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For a reader hopping into an update for the first time, there is not much I can say in an introductory paragraph to explain everything needed before proceeding. The only readers able to follow are those taking the time needed to get a solid idea of the entire scope. It is probably impossible to follow unless the heraldic Coats are loaded and viewed. It would be helpful to have a photographic memory, or to at least spend some time to get to know Coats, and to understand what I'm saying about them. I did the work over years to be able to present to you the relevant Coats, and you need only decide whether I am correctly interpreting the evidence and the codes. It is far best that you load Coats on a separate browser(s) rather than clicking back and forth from the update page. It might take longer for one to read an update than the week it takes me to write it, but that's what it'll take for a solid understanding of what I'm doing. I know that few have the time to follow this in that way. My hope is...actually, I should have no such hopes as I should just allow God to do what He wants with this. One of my goals at this time is to discover the parent(s) of Josephs Caiaphas, and in the meantime to prove that heraldic masters and leading Templar families knew that all of heraldry had, at its foundations, Caiaphas and his circle of Christ killers. These updates are jot-down format (sub-titles don't usually reflect the roaming topics well) making it hard / impossible to have a pre-plotted storyline. I'm no longer doing final proof-reads, please excuse the imperfections / mistakes.




Julie wrote in to say that Barbara Bush, wife of the first president Bush, had ancestry in Zinzendorf circles of the Moravian Church. This was new to me, and it proved to be true according to the webpage below, where it says that she descended from DeMuths. Both "Demuth" and "Muth" are listed with Methleys/Mettleys, an obvious branch of Medleys (TIGER), making Barbara Bush suspect with Modena elements, and the line of TIGRanes Maccabee. This seems important where at least one president Bush was a Skull-and-Bones member while I trace Bones to "Bononia," the city of the Boii to which I trace the formation of Maccabees. The Boii of Bononia conquered into neighboring Modena, and then formed the Bohemians smack beside Moravia. The first-known DeMuths (of Barbara's ancestry) were from Moravia, and then moved to Bohemia, what a "coincidence"! But it was the Bush's that led us to Bohemians. Plus, Bone's were first found in Sussex, where also the Medleys were first found.

The DeMuths:

chose to flee from their homeland to seek refuge in Herrnhut, a newly organized Bohemian Brethren haven in Upper Lusatia, Saxony on the estate of Count Nicholas Ludwig van Zinzendorf.

The first of the Demuth family to leave for exile in Herrnhut (in 1725) was Christoph Demuth's second oldest son Christoph, his oldest son Tobias having died in 1715. A few weeks later, Christoph returned to Moravia for his wife and his children. He and his wife, Anna Maria Schmidt...

http://www.mzv.cz/washington/en/culture_events/cz_us_community/history_of_czech_in_usa/the_moravian_brethren_heritage_of_the.html

That's funny, the ancestry of the Bush's who claim to have birthed the two presidents had married Smiths. It's a common surname, but, still, it could be suggesting that Bush's go back to some associations / relations with the Demuth-Schmidt family. "Veronica (or Verona) Demuth, the oldest daughter of Tobias and Rosina, was married twice, first in 1738 to Valentine Loehans, who died in 1742, and secondly in 1743 to Johann Boehner." The Beohner surname, first found in Bohemia, is a name denoting Bohemians. The Boehner Crest is an upright, red lion, symbol of Dutch Bush's. I had traced president Bush to Palmers, and here we find a palm branch in the Boehner Coat. The Bohem variation of Boehners is like the Bohuns listed with Bone's.

In the last update, while on the newly-discovered Mucius / Mucianus bloodline of Romans, I claimed that they led to the last two NATO chiefs, and gleaned that the first of the two, Anders Fogh RasMUSSEN, was a MUCIANus liner. I also mentioned that several of the latest Republican front-runners were somehow connected back to the Polish mouse-tower bloodline, and so let's not neglect the geographical situation of Poland's Lusatia, beside Moravia and Bohemia. It was while under president Bush that the missile program in Poland became dreadful to Russia.

The leader of the House Republicans today is John Boehner, whose home state is Ohio. Then,

The former First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, the wife of President George H. W. Bush, is the 7th generation American, who descended from the Moravian Brethren family bearing the name Demuth.

The Demuth family, who immigrated to America from Bohemia in the early part of the eighteenth century, had the distinction of being the charter members of the renewed Unitas Fratrum Church, later known as the Moravian Church. After the initial stay in Georgia, the members of the family settled permanently in Pennsylvania, and later several branches of the family moved to Ohio.

...Oliver James Demuth (1860-1912) entered politics, becoming county commissioner for Tuscarawas County, Ohio, state senator, mayor of New Philadelphia and later Ohio State Superintendent of the State Memorial Park at Schoenbrunn

The first time that I traced president Bush Jr. to Palmer liners was when finding an article telling that her was scheduled to visit a Pennsylvania location to honor Mitt Romney when the latter was seeking the presidential office. Romney is a Mormon, a potential Moravian. In the last update, the Palins/Pawleys were linked to Pullens that use the Romney Coat, and then the Palin Chief was linked to the Fogg/Foge fesse so as to make the Palin link to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, and, behold, their common feature, white-on-black stars, are the symbol of DeMuths and Medleys! I wrote on the Fogg link to the Palins on Monday, the day that the last update was due, and then opened Julie's email the very next day to find the DeMuths! Amazing timing. Is there a message or two in these things?

The Polish leader, Donald Tusk, entered the discussion, and so note the Ohio location, TUSCarawas, to which the DeMuths moved. Of the first-known DeMuths, "Gottlieb Demuth, Jr. and Christopher Demuth later moved to Ohio in Tuscarawas County where they left a great number of descendants, many of whom are living today." The Mucianus family was from TUSCany. The Task surname uses red lions too. Just saying.

As Flecks/Flicks appear to be using a version of the Palmer Coat, note here: "Margaret Demuth (1793-1850) married John Flickinger..." It doesn't look coincidental that Flecks/Flicks and Palmers use two black-on-white fesse bars, the colors of the three DeMuth fesse bars. Flecks and Fulks were traced to Velch, in Tuscany.

Palmyra, New York, was home to Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormons, and the Bush family that married Smiths was smack beside Palmyra (Rochester). Here is the Bone/Bohum Coat, using the same bend as Romneys and Pullens. Bone's/Bohums are said to be from Bohun in Manche, where Masseys were from that are heavily suspect with the Mucianus line. Dutch Bohums use the same fleur-de-lys as Masseys. Smiths, who share the fish with Geddes / Luce's, are said to be of Clan Chattan, and then the Bone / Romney bend is that also of Botters and Chattans ("bot" motto term) out of Luce-like Lucca, in Tuscany (Lucca's use a CAT). Botters were first found in Lucca, and, in the last update, there was good reason for viewing the fish-using Luciano's as a branch of Mucianus-related Licinius'. DeMuths/Methleys are said to have been from a village of Methley (Yorkshire) governed by Lacys.

Pullens (Yorkshire, same place as Lacys, Palmers, Flocks/Folcketens, Bush's and Walkers) were traced solidly (without question in my mind) to Vespasia Polla, mother of emperor Vespasian. "VesPASIa" was traced to the Pasi's, first found in Bononia, and sharing the crossed spears of Speers (PAISley area). The latter, because they share the crescents of Spree's, were traced to the Spree river of Lusatia long before coming to the Lusatian members of the Moravian Church. The Dutch Bohums may be using the Spree crescents. The Doby's, first found in the same place as Pollocks and Speers, share the squire's helmet of Kennedys, and are suspect with Dobers and Dobermans, perhaps a branch of Taborites, the alternative name of Moravian-Church members.

"Boehner and Senator Ted Kennedy authored the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, which was signed by President George W. Bush in 2002." That's said because Kennedys and French Bohums share the dolphin. But Kennedys are using the Cassel Coat, and both their mottoes trace to the Salto river's Avezzano while the Salto named Saluzzo, beside Busca. The Salto was home to Vespasia Polla, who married Titus Flavius Sabinus, and so see that the Sabine surname (same place as same-colored Flecks/Flicks) uses, not only the red scallop of Pullens / Romneys, but the pierced, white-on-black stars of the DeMuth Chief! See also the Polesdon/Pulsiphers stars.

What incredible timing it has been for Julie to send in on the DeMuths. Will we have another Bush president? I'm still of the opinion that the senior president Bush (George Herbert walker Bush) was born George Herbert Scherff Jr., even though that claim is elaborated online by an unreliable thinker (free-thinker entertains the dark / quacky side). My standing firmly beside the claim has to do with heraldic evidence, where, for example, both Walkers and Scherfs/Schere's share vertically-split Shields and roses on stems. Although neither of the two descriptions mentions the stem, it was suspect as part of the heraldic code work (perhaps in honor of Stems/Steins and Stamfords / Stanfords). I now find that there is a German Flickinger/Fluck/Flick surname showing "a green STEM with two leaves in the base and one at the top." A rose on a stem is used by Avezzano's.

Scherfs/Schere's use a "rose PLANT," and Plantagenets were mainline Fulks while the Fulke's/Folks, first found in the same place as Flecks/Flicks, use another vertically-split Shield, as well as the colors of the split Shield of Belgian Flecks (and Pollocks/Polks). The giant Fulke/Folk fleur-de-lys is white, the color of the giant Busch / Bosch fleur-de-lys.
http://www.free-coat-of-arms.com/

George Herbert Scherff Sr. was a Nazi operative. One can find online that the bodyguard of Adolf Hitler, Otto SKORzeny (compare rose-using Schore's to Rose-related Bosco's), claimed that Scherff Sr. was George Herbert Walker Bush, implying that the president was not born a Bush, but falsely taken in by the Bush family as cover for their Nazi past. There are no infant pictures of George Bush made available online to combat this claim. There should be plenty of photos with the infant Bush and his Bush parents, if indeed he was born a Bush. Why are the Bush's allowing this claim to fester by not producing photos to dispel it? But even if they do provide them soon, they can be fakes. To keep it in the family, president George Bush Jr. married Laura WALSH, like the Walcher variation of Walkers.

The so-called 'sprig of broom" that supposedly birthed the surname of Geoffrey Plantagenet (the first-known Plantagenet) was mere code for the Brooms/Brome's who happen to use a sprig of broom. But knowing how heraldic descriptions are code for related surnames, the Brooms were related to Spriggs, a surname that can develop from "Spree/Sprey." The Spriggs/Spraggs use "green rose leaves between two blue palets." Plants use the rose too. It was discovered that the "magna" motto term of Walkers was code for PLANCia Magna, a 1st-century member of the Tigranes-Maccabee line. Plank liners include Plants, the reason for the use of "rose plant" by Schere's/Scherfs.

You can find the Plantagenet link to Plancia Magna in the August updates. There had been one Caecilius SIMPLEx, husband of a Tertulla, the aunt of a Plancius surname. This explains the "SIMPLE" motto term of Spree's/Spreys. In short, French Plants are said to be from a Planques location. Moreover, the Fulks are said to descent from a Tertullus. The Perkins, because they use a "simplex" motto term, are suspect from "Perga," the city of Plancia Magna and Caecilius Simplex.

The Perkins are linkable by their red fleur-de-lys to Gellone's, and the latter can link to Guerin of Provence, important because the latter was traced to the Guido's of Bononia long before realizing the importance of Spree's/Spreys (as per this discussion) who are using a version of the Guido Coat. William de Gellone, thought to have been the father of Guerin of Provence, was count of Toulouse, while the line of Tigranes Maccabee married the Rasmussen-suspect line of the Galatians (see Brogitarus, Amyntes) that had descended from Gauls of Toulouse.

The Simple surname was first found in the same place (Renfrewshire) as Speers and a Bernys location of the Burns. The black-on-white hunting horns of Simple's are those of Burns and Bernice's, suspect from Berenice Agrippa (mother of Berenicianus), or of a Berenicianus in the family of Julius Alexander Maccabee, the one of the Tigranes line whose daughter (Julia) married the Brogitarus-line Galatians. This Julia married Quadratus BASSUS out of Akmonia, a term like the Assman variation of Rasmussens, and when we find that the three leaves of Flickingers are described as "two leaves in the BASE and one at the top", it's part code for the Base/Bass surname using more black-on-white hunting horns. No coincidence. The "leaves" are code for Laevillus, husband of Quadratilla, daughter of Quadratus Bassus. You get it. Don't doubt what you're seeing. "Their youngest son Stephen Flickinger (1823-1869), from whom Barbara Bush descended..."

The black-on-white hunting horn is used by Patch's who in-turn share the black fitchee cross with Sheers, wherefore Patch's are of the same-colored, fitchee-like cross of Schere's/Scherfs. The Patch's are highly suspect with the Patchie variation of Kilpatricks, with the latter suspect in sharing the Chief of Walkers. Note that, in place of the Plant/Planque oak trees in Chief, the Patch's use oak leaves in Chief. However, while houseofnames uses its design for the oak tree (without the trunk) in both the Plant/Planque Crest and Chief, they are said to be cabbages. This is new to me: "A gold shield with a red cross patee, and three green cabbages in chief."

There is little doubt that Kilpatricks link to the Scherfs/Schere's due to the "make sure" motto phrase of Kilpatricks, part-code for the Sure's, but also part of the Sheers/Shore's (like "Schore") that share the Scherf/Schere cross, for Kilpatricks even show Sheer-like variations. Then, the point is, William Hitler, Adolf's nephew, went to live in PATCHogue, Long Island. William had sons, but none of their children are supposedly known.

I traced a Scherf-like Scheriff family from Babylon, Long Island, beside Patchogue, to Idaho's Aryan-Nations district. Aryan Nations had temporarily included a Charles MANGELs from neighboring Montana, and Otto Skorzeny claimed that Adolf Hitler had retired to Montana, presumably with the blessings of the American president (ROOSevelt). Not only was this plausible because Adolf's physician was a Joseph MENGELE, but here I find an AlleMANGEL location: "The First Lady [Barbara Bush] is a descendant of Gottlieb Demuth (1715-1776), a native of Karlov in Bohemia, who immigrated to America in 1736. Besides two sons and two daughters, his wife Eva Barbara Gutsler gave birth to another son, named Christopher on August 22, 1755 in Allemangel, Pennsylvania, where the family lived at that time."

The following sounds more like hocus-pocus than historical reality: "Early Pennsylvania German settlers of nearby present-day Lynn and Albany townships had named the area where they settled Alle mangel ("all wants") due to the poor quality of the soil on which they were trying to farm and raise crops. By contrast, the soil here was found to be quite fertile, and early settlers named this region "Egypta," since ancient Egypt, with its fertile Nile delta, was the 'granary of the world.'" It doesn't sound like we're getting the facts, but, if not, what were they covering up. Is Egypt the only place with fertile soil??? How does Egypt come to mind in Pennsylvania? At Wikipedia's Palmyra article, it's told forthright that it was named after Palmyra of Syria, a place that I think was home to Amorites as they came to name Mormons and perhaps also Moravia. The place is also called, Alemengle, and is near PALMERton, what a "coincidence."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egypt,_Pennsylvania

There is a Mangel surname (Palmer / Quade colors) that uses maunches, code for Manche, where Bone's/Bohums originated, and the "Quod" motto term of Mangels is suspect with Quadratilla lines to Quade's / Quoids/Mackays/Maceys. The latter share the bear with Kleins while Christopher above married Susanna Catherine Klein. The bear can be suspect with the line of Berenicianus / Berenice to the Berwickshire bear i.e. to Bernicians. I'm hoping to discover what it may have been that had Vespasian's son wanting to marry Berenice Agrippa.

The Quade's became highly suspect with the Q-shaped SCARF of Polish Sadowski's. It makes Quade's suspect with Scherf liners, the same as saying that Scherfs are expected from something in the Quadratus line. Scardona, beside Burnum, was touched upon in the last update. The Sadowski's were found merged with what seemed like a Polish equivalent of the English Gastons. The latter were first found in Surrey, and they use red-and-white checks. The Sheers/Shore's were first found in Sure-like Surrey, and the Surrey chevron has checks (though they are called "PALY of eight red and silver counterchanged") in the red-and-white colors of the so-called "chevron checkered red and silver" of Simple's. In this picture, because Barbara Bush is said to descend from Czechoslovakia (location of Bohemia and Moravia), the checks can be code for Czechs. Paly's/Pale's (camel, as with Kilpatrick-related Pattersons) were first found in Yorkshire, as were Pullens/Pulleys, and may be using the Bush lion.

Quade's and Mackays were traced hard to Cowes, off the coast of Hampshire from Poole, and then German Smiths are using the same upright lion as Poole's. British Smiths use a fish, as well as the same fleur-de-lys as Perkins, wherefore the "Simplex" motto term of the latter can be of the "semper" motto term of Smiths. The Smith anvils and fitchee crosses are in the two colors of the fish in the Arms of Rieti, Smiths are thereby suspect with the line of Vespasian. In fact, I had traced Sempers to Flavius Petro (Vespasian's grandfather), and here we find that Scottish Smiths use a "semper" motto term. English Smiths can be traced to the Meu river of Brittany, which flows in Cotes du Nord, where Muth-like Motts/Mottins were first found. The Meu is where the Mea/Meigh surname was traced, and it shares a so-called formee-fitchee cross with English Smiths. Both Smiths and Mea's use "Benigno Numine" for a motto, and we can then add that Walsh's use "Numine" too while honoring Mortons with their "mortuus" motto term. Motts happen to list "Morte" as a variation.

As might be expected from the "Semper paratus" motto phrase used by several surnames, Irish Smiths use the sword (but called a dagger) while Swords have the motto, "Paratus." This should be code for the Prude's / Prats suspect with the "pratis" motto term in the Arms of Rieti. Moreover, it's suspect from the modern Prut river, anciently called by Paratus-like terms, for the Prut has a source near L'viv (Ukraine), and then the Arms of L'viv has the motto, "Semper fidelis," identical to the Smith motto. This is why the Smith crane is suspect with "UKRAINE." Walkers and Walch's are suspect from Wallachia, in southern Moldova, and upon the Bush-like Buzau river.

The Arms of Rieti use a "Late" motto term that can be for the Late's/Letts sharing a gold-on-red saltire with Reeds.

The Albins/Aubins, of the Modena Albino's, were first found in Devon's BARNstaple, and that's where Stacys were first found, as lords of Barnstaple. Albins/Aubins had been traced to the Mea's/Meighs because the two share the same-colored formy-fitchee. Tracy's/Traseys (beside where the Tresure's/Thrashers were first found) were looked up only because the wife of John Flickinger re-married a Mr. Tracy. The Albino's had been wrapped up in Fanano (Modena), a place to which Montforts traced without doubt, and here, while I see the Montfort lion in the Stock Coat (see Stake's too), the Stocks are said to be from a Stock location near Caen, and that's the general-Normandy area to which Stacys are traced in their write-up. The white-on-red, two-tailed Montfort lion happens to be the lion in the Arms of Bohemia, that being right down the Demuth-Flickinger alley. It can be gleaned that Montforts of Modena had been of the Boii there. Therefore, here we find ourselves tracing a Demuth-related family, the one leading to Barbara Bush, to Modena, as was expected.

The white, two-tailed Stock lion is in Flick-scallop and Palmer-trefoil colors, and the Stock Crest is a dove with a three-leafed (i.e. trefoil) "olive branch in its beak", and then Beaks/Beke's (Poles) share three fesse bars in black-on-white with DeMuths/Methleys! Again, these are the colors of Fleck/Flick fesse bars. The same-colored double bars of Medleys are called, "gemel," suspect with Gamala, a Maccabee city in Galilee wherein Josephus operated as army commander, before he turned-coat and went over to the family of Vespasian. Bars gemel (always double bars because "gemel" means "twin") are used by Mauds, long suspect as Modena liners, but here I find Mauds coming up as "Mudd." The latter use three sets of double bars so as to appear like the three fesse bars of Muths. And there you have it, and so trace Muths to Monmouths (using virtually the Mudd Coat), and then note how Fanano- and Macey-suspect Fane's/Veynes were first found in Monmouthshire.

Mauds/Mudds were first found in the English homeland of Maceys, and the latter's PIERCED stars are suspect with the Pierce's. Barbara Bush was a Pierce surname before marriage. Tracy is said to be at the Vire river, which is the Manche border, and therefore near Macey in Manche. On the opposite side of the Vire river is the Bessin, home of the BAIOcasses, a potential Boii line.

What are the chances that Barnstaple's (Albin / Albino colors) would use a "mort" motto term that can apply to the Morte variation of Motts? Barnstaple's are probably using the Albin/Aubin bend, and more-definitely the Albino trefoil, which can be the one held by the Klein bear because Barn liners are expected with bears (Percivals, from the same place as Pierce's and Roets, use the bear). This trefoil was figured to be that of Rods/Rode's = Henry IV Rodez and his wife, Mrs. Roquefeuil, a line to the Henrys of Brittany, said to be from the Meu-river area. There is an Aubin location less than 25 miles north-west of Rodez. My atlas has a Montfort location smack on the Meu, but to be sure that Montforts trace to Fanano, you can find online that Montforts own the gonFANON banner.

Barnstaple's look linkable to Gards whom I view as a merger with Romneys and/or Pulleys. That traces Barnstaples to Vespasian, and then while his son was engaged to Bernice AGRIPPa, suspect with Barn liners, it just so happens that the green griffin head in the Barnstaple Crest is used by Leslie's with a "GRIP fast" motto. Hello? Tresure's use green dragon heads. The Capes', suspect with "Caiaphas," look like they use a version of the German Barney Coat. The Gards can link to Capes liners where the Gardner Coat looks linkable to Kaplans and Capes'. In colors reversed, the giant Gardner scallop (colors of the Capes scallops) is the giant Sabine scallop, excellent evidence that Gardners link to the Polla > Pulley bloodline. But the Gardner scallop is on a split Shield, wherefore the scallop is not only white on red, but white on black, the colors of the Fleck/Flick scallops. It could appear that Maccabee lines married Maccabee lines married Maccabee lines married Maccabee lines, like a people very in love with themselves, all scratching one anothers' backs (when not stabbing daggers into them).

The Capes Chief compares also with the Glenny Chief, and the latter's banner is called a "black pennon with a staff inscribed 'bonnie' ", and then Bonnie's use a bend in colors reversed from the Bone/Bohum bend. This too traces to the Bononia-Modena theater.

The Barnstaple bend is colors reversed from the English-Barney bend, and the white-on-blue fesse that is the Arms of Fanano is shared by French Barneys.

Not far along the Meu from Montfort there is a Saint-Meen-le-Grand location on my atlas. Meens/Meakins are also "Meighan," like the Meigh variation of Mea's. I've not mentioned this before when tracing Meighs to the Meu. I would suggest that "Meu" is a variation of this Meen bloodline. Meens share the red-on-white stag head of Reeds, and this is suspect with the red stag head of Colts/Cults, and then the latter share the Pilate pheon in colors reversed with McCalls. Barbara Bush descended from Marvin Pierce (Jewish?) who became a director of McCalls Publishing Company.

Before that, Stephen Flickinger married Ms. Figley, and their son married Ms. Haines, and their daughter married "James Edgar Robinson (1868-1932), the son of the Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court". They were at elite levels already. The Robinsons (see Stur barry) use red-and-gold barry matching, in colors reversed, the six bars of Leavells. As Leavells were in Somerset, beside Cowes and the Stur river of Hampshire, they trace well to Quadratilla and her husband, Laevillus.

The Sturs (Hampshire), using three fesse bars in Robinson-barry colors, are said to be from Manche, and this is how one may trace the Tracys of the Manche theater to Somerset's Tresure's/Thrashers. Somerset is also where Savone's/Saffins were first found that can trace to the Savona variation of Sabine's. Therefore, as the French-Stur bars (in pale) are those exactly of GARlands (same place as Colts/Celts), the latter can be a branch of Sabine-suspect Gardners, and indeed the Garland Chief is split in the colors of the split-Gardner Coat. But the three Garland / Stur bars are used also by Scottish Walkers, and then the Sturs were traced to the Stura valley of Cuneo, which runs very-near Busca. This has the potential to trace the Stur-Chief roses to the rose of Avezzano's (i.e. from east side of mount Sabina). Scottish Walkers use pierced Zionist stars in the colors of the Savone stars.

The "magna" motto term of English Walkers can now trace well to Meens/MEIGHANs/Meakins. As Shaws (same place as Garlands and Colts/Cults) are using the Pellet and Pilotte cups (potential code for rose-using Cups/Cope's/Colps) while Colts/Celts use the Pilote pheon, the "I MEAN well" motto of Shaws seems applicable to Saint-Meen-le-Grand. This is the first-ever trace I recall of all-important Shaws to the Meu river. The Hede location to the near-north of Saint-Meen may be of the Hede surname using the same fesse as the Arms of Fanano, and the same crescents as the Savone's/Saffins.

The upright white-on-red lion of Garlands (Montfort lion too) was seen in the Meen Coat, thus tracing Gard liners to Meu-river families. There is a lake Garda about 50 miles north of Modena that can apply here.

A daughter of the Robinsons found Marvin Pierce in Ohio, and from that marriage was born Barbara Pierce Bush. While we just saw Robinsons tracing to the Busca theater, Barbara married a man that may have been George Herbert Scherff, but somehow protected by a Bush family...which I view from Edomites. I'm not trying to be sensational with that claim; there is stuff to it. It likely traces through, or links up with, the Herods (known to be Edomites).

If you want to see the red-and-black Shield colors again of the Garlands and Gardners, see the EDGE Shield, with a large, white, spread eagle in place of the white Garner scallop. Edge's have been suspect with the ADIGE river flowing by lake Garda (the Adige flows by the Este theater, and it's the Este's who use a white spread eagle). If Garlands and Gardners do so trace to Garda, we might expect Walkers tracing to other Adige-river families. The Egg variation of Edge's may imply relations with German Eggs/Eggers using a diagonally-split Shield in colors reversed from the same of Hitlers/Hiedlers. A Shield split diagonally is often a bendy symbol, as with the same colored bends of Bone's or Pulleys, and Hitler's mother was a Ms. Polzl. It's a surname suspect with "Pols," and then Dutch Pols' share a crowned, upright, black lion with Irish Robinsons. It could be the Palin/Pawley lion, while the Palin-Chief stars get us back to the DeMuths. Palins were first found near the source of the Stur river, which has a mouth near Poole.

The Irish Robinson Crest is a white spear beside a gold boar head, and this can link to the gold boar heads of spear-using Speers, and the white spears of Pasi's. The Palin/Pawley Coat is very linkable to the Irish Power Coat, and then the green stag of English Powers might be from a colors-reversed version of the gold-on-green stag of English Robinsons (Yorkshire, same as Walkers). I had a robin fluttering on the window once for an unusually long time, and it came back after I scared it away in fun. Later, it flew into the house. In those days, I was of the opinion that God was helping my writing along with key revelations. Here is how a robin got me to say the following in the first update of April, 2012:

I didn't mean to get side-tracked from the Andrew discussion, and his trace to Caiaphas lines. I noted that the Gloucesters...

[Next paragraph] If I haven't mentioned the following before, shame on me for neglecting the Levi motto, which uses "Aide dieu" as a phrase. I've just entered "Addy" [it's the Aide/Ade surname, perhaps a branch of the Edge surname]...Moreover, the Addy/Eddie Coat uses the same bend as Skulls...

[Two paragraphs later] For the last half hour, a local robin that I'd befriended in the past has taken up a new morning activity. It's now playing with me at my window. It comes to flitter away on the glass for a couple of seconds, time after time about every 5 to 10 seconds. It doesn't want the Harvest Crunch (next best thing to bird seed, isn't it) that I put out for it; it just continues to flitter away, even though I hide behind the window and try to scare the daylights out of it by appearing suddenly at the window just as it comes to flitter. It just jumps down to the ground, and shakes it's tail feathers at me. When I sit back down to write, it comes to flitter on the glass again. I hide behind the window to scare it again, and again, because its annoying, but it comes back for more. I've had animal experiences around here many times where it seems unusual things happen as Signs from Above. It just so happens that Gloucesters are also "GLOStner."

[Way down on the page]...But the robin is still at the glass, I don't know why. I've left it alone (since mentioning it to you) to discourage it, but it still plays with the glass.

Seconds after writing that, I saw the mirror in the hand of Melusine in the Glass Crest. I noted that the robin was on the window ledge, looking at itself, I assume, and therefore playing with it's own reflection. I recalled that I traced Melusine's mirror to the Mireux surname, first found in Anjou, exactly where Nichols de Vere (witchcraft lover) traced Melusine. And then, upon viewing the Mireux Coat, I no longer heard the robin at the glass.

I waited a little longer, and again, silence. I got up to see, and there the robin had flown into the open door, into the house. It was at the patio door glass, but it flew away instead of allowing me to pick it up. It flew into another window and fell to the floor, hurt but not injured. It let me get it on a finger, but flew off seconds later, until I got it in my hands, and gave it a few friendly strokes to let it know I wasn't going to eat it. I brought it to the open door, and with a gleeful chirp of freedom it flew off to a nearby tree. And I yelled in celebration for it's freedom. We are really going to be good friends now, something I may regret [in days to come, it went on to perch and poop on my sideview mirror, something it had never done before]. Before I had known that it was in the house, I had already ended this section and gone on to write the sub-title below, suggesting that if God sent the robin to us, it was for the last thing I wrote when it stopped flittering away, which happened to be the last thing in this section: the Mire/Mireux surname.

I've just done a search in my files for "Mireux," and got to the second update of February, where I found this:

Melusine is usually shown with a mirror, which I'm sure is code for the Mire/Mireux surname but potentially a double code also for the Glass bloodline [she's in the Glass Crest, and Hitler's father married Ms. Glassl as well as Ms. Polzl]. Though I cannot find a way to get to the description of the German Pols/Pohl Coat, it looks like the man holds a mirror {it's a frying pan, however, though it may have been a mirror too}. On the man's head, a black feather....or "plumes," as the Pohl/Pohlman surname call their black and gold feathers.

Mari, goddess of the Basques, can apply to "Mire," meaning that we appear to be tracing Melusine to Amorites of plume-like PalMYRA. Mari was the Amorite capital on the Euphrates.

ASTOUNDING HOW THIS HAS HAPPENED!!! We even had plumes.

Again, the next section was already started before the Mire/Mireux Coat was seen. The section was already entitled, "Hitlers were Plummers," and I already knew what I was going to say, that president Bush traces to Palmyra!!! It's absolutely astounding that, at the time, I didn't know that the Mires/Mireux' were going to lead to the quote above that includes Palmyra and the Pohl plume. I had even forgotten that Mire's had been traced to "PalMYRA" (= Amorites that I trace to the Morays, who likewise use Melusine-with-mirror in Crest). The Plummers use a PALM branch, you see.

What this means, if you care to believe it, is that God wants you to understand what I'm about to write in the section below. The section was born as per a news article out just yesterday. Coincidence? Is it another coincidence that the robin has not been back to the glass, after reckoning that it was Sent to get me to the Mires/Mireux'? I suppose God is saying to Himself, "Mission Accomplished."


Hitlers were Plummers

The following appeared in the news on April 5:

Former President George W. Bush will deliver a speech in Pennsylvania on the day of the state's GOP presidential primary...

Bush will give the keynote address at the PLUMstead {caps mine} Christian School's annual "Founders Forum" on the Calvary Church's campus in Souderton, according to the school's official website.

His father, former President George H. W. Bush is the most recent member of the Bush family to endorse former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney for president.

http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/05/george-w-bush-to-speak-in-pennsylvania-on-gop-presidential-primary-day/

PLUMstead is what makes the "plumes" used by Pohls all the more exciting. This recalls when I traced the ancestry of the presidential Bush family to the origins of the Mormons at Palmyra, New York...

Jibing with the Bononia topic and its Pasi liners, Paisleys, of GLASgow, where Pollocks were first found, share the thistle with Robins, a good reason to link Robins to Robinsons in the line to Barbara Bush. In keeping with the trace of the relevant Bononia-Modena lines to the Meu river, French Robins (pheons = arrow heads) and French Plume's/Plumarts ("three gold spear heads") were first found in Brittany. The Plume spear heads are in the colors of the spears of the Glasgow-area Speers.

Years later, that robin, though expected to return to my property year after year, has never gone for the window fun again. I wonder whether Plumstead was part of the Moravian-Church settlements of Pennsylvania. See how close Plumstead is to Allemangel and neighboring Egypt. It could appear that Bush chose to speak in Plumstead for being near his valued ancestors. Plumstead is in Bucks county, named after Buckingham, where Cheneys were first found. Cheney-like Caens, who share the Sure motto, use: "A plume of silver ostrich feathers emerging from a gold mural coronet."

There is a Plumstead surname (failed to check for it in the past) using a spread eagle in the colors of the Egg/Edge eagle, but wearing its "wings inverted" (upside-down). They are white wings, the colors of the Masci wing, which is upside-down in the Coat of Dives'/Diens', first found in the same place as Bone's/Bohums. The chevron of Cheney-suspect Chanuts is upside-down, and the previous-showing white Masci wing was once in the Chaine/Chenay Coat. The Dives were found as part of the Mucianus-related Licinii bloodline, like so: "The family-names of the Licinii are Calvus (with the agnomina Esquilinus and Stolo), Crassus (with the agnomen DIVES), Geta, Lucullus, Macer [listed with Maceys], Murena, Nerva, Sacerdos, and Varus." It was the Murena surname that had me very interested because Cilnius Maecenas (like "Mucianus") married a Murena family. The Stolo's were reckoned with the Stoll/Stolts and therefore with Stoltenberg, the surname of the latest NATO chief, succeeding Mucianus-like Mr. RasMUSSEN.

Plumstead is said to be a place name in Norfolk, England, where Fulke's were first found who use a spear in Crest, and German Fulks use wings (without the bird). Plumstead is in Whitehall county, and, in keeping with the expectation that Czechs use checks, so the Whitehall surname uses checks in a fesse (same concept as Scottish Stewarts and Houstons). In the mural coronet of the Whitehall Crest, a white lion hold a "broken falchion," part-code for Broke's/Brocks and Brocuffs. The Broke's/Brocks share the Stewart motto, which includes "VIREscit," which is almost-certainly part-code for the Vire river of Normandy, for it's on the Manche border while Manche was the location of Alauna, where the proto-Stewarts lived, in my opinion.

The Whitehall mural coronet is red, the color of the same of Lurchs/Larchers and Archers whom I still trace to Lurco, grandfather of Augustus' wife. Lurch's and Archers put a white dragon into their mural crown rather than the white lion of Whitehalls. Lurco was the father-in-law of Appius PULCHer, who may have been named after PELAGonia, for I trace the Alans of Alauna, and the Stewart PELICan, to Lyncestes (Macedonia-Paeonia border), beside Pelagonia. The Pulleys/Pullens use the pelican too, as to the Arthurs/Archibure's whose derivation was recently realized from the Ark river, that being like the Larcher / Archer surname. The Pelles surname suggested by the Pulley and Arthur mottoes likewise uses the pelican. See bottom map for Lyncestes if you haven't already, and look a little west to "Aulon" while you're at it:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b1/Roman_provinces_of_Illyricum%2C_Macedonia%2C_Dacia%2C_Moesia%2C_Pannonia_and_Thracia.jpg

There is a question on whether lake LYCHNidus, beside Pelagonia, named the LICINii bloodline. If so, I would trace the Licinii to lake Lychnis, otherwise called Sevan to modern times. Keep eyes peeled, therefore, for the Swan surname as it links to Alan liners.


Molle Templarism

The Whitehall falchion is a curved sword, as is a SCIMitar that may be code for the Schims/Shands using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Brocks and Brocuffs. In fact, the scimitar is used by the Crest of Readys along with swans, in the Ready Coat, in Molle-boar colors. Brocks and Brocuffs were suspect with "BROGitarus" (ancestor of Quadratus Bassus), who was made a priest of Cybele by Publius Pulcher, contemporary with Appius Pulcher. The Schim/Shand Crest is identical to the dove with OLIVE branch of white-lion Stocks, from the area of Caen, important here, not just because Caen is beside Manche, but because Caens share a fretty Shield with Modens/Modeys, suspect with Modena and Modane, the latter on the Ark river. Likely, the DeMuths were Moden/Modey liners. The Olives / Olivers are suspect with a Levi line such as the Livius' who adopted Appius Pulcher. See the dove of Leve's/Leafs (Norfolk again), in the colors of the Schim/Shand boar head. This boar head is that also of Molle's, and then Eschyna de Molle married an Alan of Dol...Walter fitz-Alan, the line that formed the Stewarts proper. Eschyna also married a Mr. Croc(e) while Croce's share the so-called potent cross with Brocuffs. Crocs are likely from "CROCiatonum," an area in ancient Manche in conjunction with Alauna.

Walter was made the high steward of Scotland by David I. The latter's sister married king Henry I of England, suspect with the line of Henri IV of Rodez, for David built Haly ROD House for his queen mother. For years, I conjectured on what this Rod house (or HolyRood House) was a monument to, but at this time I'm tracing it to Henry Rodez. He's the one who traces to the Meu river, near Dol. "David also granted [Walter] what eventually comprised Renfrewshire: the lands of Paisley, Pollok, Cathcart, and Ayrshire..." The Rods/Roods, said to be from Herod-like "Hrod," were first found in the same place as Feller-like Fullers, kin of white-boar Bacons/Beacons. Moreover, while French Bacons use cinqueFOILS, Rods/Roods use the treFOIL, part code for proto-Rockefeller RoqueFEUILS (whom Henri IV of Rodez married).

New to me: David I married Maud, a granddaughter of Siward of Northumberland, and therefore a Mieszko mouse-tower liner, which can finally explain my tentative trace of the David and Davis surnames to the mouse of Misls. Until now, I had not been sure whether the David and Davis surnames were from David I. There were times when I doubted it. The "digon" motto term of Davis' can even be for Dagome, Mieszko's alternative name. I trace Siward to Swietoslawa, daughter of Mieszko I. "Maud was the daughter of the Waltheof, the Anglo-Saxon Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton," and then Allemangel is either upon, or beside, Northampton of Pennsylvania. It gives rise to the question: were DeMuths Maud liners? The colors of the David / Misl bends are those of Jewish Pollocks too, and while I think Pollocks need to trace to Poles, it's very noteworthy that the father of the Pollocks was called, "the Saxon," now suspect with the Saxon family of Maud.

David and Maud had a son, Henry, what a Rodincidence. Wikipedia's article on this Henry shows his coin with what looks like a moline cross, and if you load the Moline surname, you will see that it traces to Fulbert "the tanner" of Feuil-like Falaise, important because the father of Pollocks was "Fulbert "the Saxon." This Henry married ADA de Warenne, and then the David / Misl / Pollock bend is in the colors of the same of ADE's, and, moreover, the Ade's use black leopard heads upon it while Davids and Davis' use black lion heads. If that's not enough, the green trefoils of Rods/Roods can be seen in the Irish Davis Coat!!! Bingo. It's tracing David I to Henry Rodez (I am very sure that Rods/Roods are from Henry Rodez). The Henry eagle is in the colors of the trefoils under discussion.

While the Ade's are now finally identified with Ada of Warenne, let's keep in mind that the Levi surname honors the Ade's. What surprise can there be for a Levi line linking to a Herod line? The lion design in the Welsh Davis Coat is that of Margys/Mackeys / Margesons/Mackesys, for this can link the Marg variations to Margaret (David's mother). Warrens were first found in the same place (Sussex) as Margesons/Mackesys, a good reason for tracing Warrens to Ada of Warenne, and yet Warrens are suspect with Guerra's and Guerin de Provence. The Margy/Mackeys share the raven with Varenne's/Verone's (Varn colors) while Ada's family was styled, de Varenne's. There was not a lot of time between Guerin and Ada de Warenne, but Wikipedia doesn't go back past about 1000 for the Warenne line (rulers of Surrey).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_of_Scotland

How can Henry, son of David and Ada, get us back to Fulbert "the tanner" or his relatives, the Moline's? Ada is said to descend from the Conqueror, grandson of "the tanner." That was easy. Note that the Davis Crest uses a lion in quarters, the colors of which are the Chives quarters, important because Chives' share a black moline with Moline's. As Eschyna de Molle had a daughter, Maud, according to a webpage below, it might be able to verify that Molle's were Moline liners. As Guerra's (share wyVERN dragon with Warrens) are suspect from Guido Guerra III (Bononia), it's notable that the Guido Coat uses both a lion in the colors of the Warren lion, and in the colors of the Maud lion.

If it's correct to trace Henry of Rodez to Holyrood House, then I assume that the Henry and/or Roquefeuil bloodline went along with the Alans to Scotland at an early time. I've assumed that the first Pollocks were Roquefeuils, but thus far have only found circumstantial evidence for it. The idea coming to mind was that "Feuil" was a Pulley / Polla bloodline from, or incorporating, the namers of Pula/Pola in Istria (Arms uses almost the Pollock saltire, in Roquefeuil colors). The Fullers share three red fesse bars with ISTRia-suspect Sturs / Isters / Esturmys, from the Stur river flowing to Poole. Isters (Manche, same place as French Sturs) may be using the Jewish-Pollock bend in colors reversed, and share a label of three points with Plantagenets, wherefore the Ister bend may be that of Gone's/Kohns with a Genet-like variation.

Alauna was traced to Aulon/AVLONA at Epirus because the latter is smack beside ACROCErautae, like the Crociatonum area at Aulon. There is therefore a line from Epirus through Istria to Dol and finally to Scotland. In the article for Alan, Walter's son (2nd high steward of Scotland) with Eschyna, it tells that Bute, which I claim was AVALON, started to go to the Stewarts: "It was during Alan's lifetime that his family acquired the Isle of Bute." I found Bute as Avalon many years before finding the Avlona variation of Aulon. It's now clear to me that the Arthurian myth writers were dealing with an Alan line when speaking on Avalon, an island that they never revealed. In fact, while the myth writers made Morgan le Fay its chief witch, here I now find that Eschyna's son, Alan above, married secondly "Alesta, daughter of Morggan, Earl of Mar. " I didn't discover "Avlona" until mere months ago. I therefore didn't have any reason, until finding the quote above this past minute, for tracing Morgan le Fay to Morggan of Mar, said to have married Warenne's, likely the Warrene's (checks, still suspect with Czechs?).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_fitz_Walter,_2nd_High_Steward_of_Scotland

Claudius Pulcher does not come up cleanly in a Google search for "Claudius Pulcher," which I find wrong. He was adopted by Marcus Livius Drusus and, therefore, Pulcher had a name change to Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus. It was from this Livius that Livia, Augustus' wife, was named, and yet she was not truly a Livius liner, but rather a Pulcher from the seed of this Appius character. "Appius" is a lot like "Caiaphas," and it just so happens that Servilia Caepio married the very family of Marcus Livius Drusus. It's compelling to suspect Caiaphas from this Levi-suspect line of Romans. Why is the top of an heraldic Shield called a Chief, a Caiaphas-like term, while the bottom of the Shield is called a base, like the Bassus family that proceeded from Brogitarus? I suspected Caiaphas birth from the family of Severus Bassus (grandfather of Quadratus) even before asking myself that question.

A Pulcher-Livius merger can explain why Pulleys/Pullens are in Leve/Leaf colors. However, I am convinced that Pulleys were from Vespasia Polla, not the Pulchers, though it's interesting that Eschyna de Molle's daughter (Isabella Croc) married one of the first Pollocks, a surname (lists Polks) like "Pulcher." What is going on here? Was Vespasia Polla a direct Pulcher line, or were they distant kin that married once in a while? Eschyna was even married in PAISley Abbey, and the Paisley/Pasley chevron (Pasi-spear colors) happens to be in the colors of the Leve/Leaf chevron. And we read below that Eschyna was mother to Maud (Fitzalan) FitzSwain while Swains/Swans/Sions (beside Paisley) use the same-colored chevron as Leve's/Leafs, not to mention falconers gloves that can jibe with the Whitehall falchion. Doesn't the Falcon / Fulk surname rhyme with "Pulch"?

It's amazing that Eschyna is linking to Swans, for there was a Gogarene location beside lake Sevan, a lake that was even called after Gog, and then the white-on-blue boar of Molle's is in use by Googe's and Goughs. The naming of Maud is DeMuth-interesting because Mauds are also "Mold," perhaps a version of "Molle." As Mauds/Molds use the Monmouth Coat, it's interesting that one chief Arthurian myth writer was "of Monmouth," an area beside GlaMORGAN, once called Morgannwg. It looks like Mr. Morggan can trace to the naming of Morgannwg. The checks that we saw in the DeMuth topic can be a carry-over from Czech lines to the Stewarts, for I tend to trace the Stewart checks to Cohens, from Khazars on the Mures/Maros river suspect with the namers of Czech Moravia and Scottish Moravia/Moray. The Molle's are using the Moray stars, right? Ask Peter Pollock, builder of Rothes castle, Morayshire. Eschyna's daughter married Peter's brother (Robert).

Swains/Swans even showed GAUNTlet gloves previously, but as the city of Gaunt is also, Ghent, "PlantaGENET" looks like a Ghent/Gaunt liner, explaining the red rose of Plantagenets, for John of Gaunt was the founder of red-rose Lancaster...an city suspect from Langs who use another pelican. Ghents / Gaunts / Gone's are Fanano liners, part of the GONfanon code. Compare the Ghent Coat to the Genet Coat, asking if they're using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tanners. As the waters of the Stura river flow into the Tanaro, the Alan line should proceed from Istria through the Stura before reaching the Stur river(s). The Sturs use red fesses in both colors of the Alan fesse. The Tanaro flows through Langhe, and Scottish Langs (in Tanner colors) are suspect with the use of letters as code for LINKletters, from LYNCestes. Why is there an "estes" tail on that letter term? It looks like Langhe was named after the namers of Lyncestes.
http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Loudin-11

We are not off of the Bush topic, for not only does the Stura flow near Busca, but the Bush Coat shares the gold-on-black spread eagle of Ghents. We have already seen inklings of a Bush-circle trace to Fulks.

Did you catch the red heart of Swains (no doubt the Lanark heart), an Oliver symbol too? What does this heart stand for? What connection is there between a Sion surname and an Oliver surname?

The Plantagenet surname with the rose does not come up when entering "Plantagenet," what may be deliberate to hide this Coat. One needs to enter "Plant" to find it. The Plants/Plantagenets were first found in London while Eschyna de Molle was surnamed, London(is). Capes', sharing the Apps scallops, were first found in London, and there is a question on whether Apps' were from "Appius." The big "label" in the Plant/Plantagenet Coat must be code for LaBels using the Falcon crescents, yet they are also the Savone crescents i.e. potentially tracing to the Sabine = Pullen scallops in colors reversed from the Capes / Apps scallops.

The first Pollocks were very close to the Dol Alans, and the latter share a red fesse with Augusts. It could thereby appear that Alans and Pollocks trace to Appius Pulcher aka Mr. Livius Family by adoption. I had determined that the Alan oak LEAVES were of the oak branch of Liebs, but then Leve's/Leafs use leaves too. Leibs use the red fesse in both colors of the August fesse. Olivers (whom I think are using the double chevrons of Perche's) use three black martlets in their Chief, the colors of the Pulley/Pullen martlets. What are the chances that Olivers are using, not just oak in their Crest, but a "SPRIG of oak"? Spriggs even use the third instance of "branch," and yes, they use olive branches!
http://www.free-coat-of-arms.com/

As could be expected, we have come to the Fulke > Plantagenet bloodline with the sprig of oak, and the Spriggs even use more LEAVES, wherefore, let's not be daft. The families under discussion were tracing themselves to the Livius family, weren't they, but it looks like the Pulcher > Livius line.

I had found cause to trace "Eschyna" to "Tusk" when investigating the heraldic ancestry of Donald Tusk. I can't recall mentioning the red TUSK in the Molle Coat, however. I must have been having daft moments if I had not ever mentioned that. The Molle tusk is highlighted by being in a different color than the Molle boar head. While there is no Tusk Coat coming up, Tasks use three lions in pale, as do the other Plantagenets. And there is a white boar head in the Task Crest, the color of the Molle boar head. However, I had traced Tusks to Eschyna, on a tentative level, before finding, or aside from, the Tasks. Italian Fulks, sharing the blue-and-white checks of Stewarts, were first found in TUSCany.

I've just looked up all instances of "red tusk" in my files because I find it unbelievable that I should have missed the tusk of the Eschyna boar. The only place where I have "red tusks" coming up is in the 4th update of July, 2009, when mentioning them as per the Speer boar heads! Ha-ha, Speers were first found where Eschyna was married to Walter Alan. Perhaps, in previous years, the Molle tusk was not highlighted in a different color. Funny now, the Speer boar heads no longer show red tusks. Note that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Speers is that of Brocks and Schims, and that both Speers and Schims use red stars in their white Chiefs. It's the Schims that use the giant boar head of Molle's, a solid indicator that Speers had become related to the line of Eschyna.

The "fortuna" motto term of Molle's is shared by Rollo's, and the latter use "passe," no apparent coincidence because Speers trace to the Pasi spears. It was found that "Lady Fortune" in the Klassen Coat traces to the "Lord" motto term of the GLASgow surname (from Glasgow, the Paisley theater, where the Alan-Stewarts settled Scotland). The red-on-white stars in the Spree / Schim Chiefs are those of Glass' and Gleasons. It's hard to argue against all of these implicated gleanings. With some determined investigation, one can write a vast story from these things alone. It is a simple matter, using the Chives and Mathis moline, in the color of the Moline moline, to trace Glass liners to the Clausula river in the Cavii theater, but one can then note the Clausula-like variation of Clauds suspect with the Claudius line of Appius Claudius Pulcher. The vast story I'm speaking on stretches over two millennia, and leads back to Roman emperors in conjunction with Maccabee-Herod liners.

The "comite" motto term of Molle's can be found in a slightly-different version in the Sinclair motto. It's code for the Falcon-related Conte's/Comitissa's = the Conteville line that married the daughter of "the Tanner." Eschyna was from the tanner's family called, Moline/Moulins. The Templar grand master, Jacques de Molay, wears a red moline on his breast at his Wikipedia article, but previously it was black, the color of the Moline moline. That's what we're talking about as per the line of Eschyna de Molle. She was ancestress to the grand masters, the grand fools. Earlier, Hugh de Payens married Chappes', we wonder why, though some say he married Catherine Sinclair (Sinclairs use a cross in the two colors of the moline once showing on Jacques' breast). When the Vatican persecuted and killed Jacques de Molay, the Templars of France fled to king Robert Bruce I of Scotland, whose heir (Bruce II) was the son of Walter Stewart i.e. from the line of Eschyna de Molle. Does that make sense? Yes it does.

Christina, Eschyna's daughter with Walter, more than a century before Bruce I, even married William de Brus, Lord of Annandale. The latter, because the Bruce's use the Annandale cross, is suspect from a line of Annas/Ananus/Hanan, father-in-law of Caiaphas. I don't think it's coincidental that the Annas surname was first found in the same place (Nottinghamshire) as Mea's/Meighs from the Meu river.

Eschyna's daughter (Maud) with Walter married Adam fitz-Swain, but because Maud's sister was Marjory, it looks like this Adam was named after the same that named Adam Kilconquhar, husband of Marjory Carrick. As Adam's mother was a Comyn surname, the Conteville's (rulers of Comyn) may have been part of the picture even to that time. Bruce II was son of Marjory Bruce (daughter of Bruce I).

Here's what I said in the July update of 2009, just to verify that I wasn't seeing things with the red Spear tusk. Note that I did NOT mention the red Molle tusk:

Both the Tanners and the Moulins were first found in Devonshire, furthermore, this serving as evidence that Tanners/Tans were from the tanner of Falaise. As the Conqueror comes directly from Rollo of More, the Moor head now comes off as a symbol of More, though no doubt of Moray. In fact, I am happy to report that I recorded for future use, just days ago, that the Mole/Molle Coat (I'm assuming Molins/Mollins links) uses the three Moray stars and is the spittin' image of the Moray Coat! [I don't think I knew Eschyna de Molle at that time].

The Mole/Molle Crest is a phoenix rising from the flames, a symbol of the New World Order, though in older times it was a symbol of the "Golden Dawn," the rise of the Phoenicians of Atlantis. The Coat uses a boar "armed red" for the red object from its mouth, and may therefore link to the red tusk in the Spear boars.

It looks like another one of my daft moments when I didn't recognize that the thing in its mouth was the tusk; otherwise I don't know how to explain the wording. It's a wonder because I did recognize the Speer tusk at the same time. The point is, the Molle boar must be the Speer boar, but as I identified Speers fundamentally with MELusine, while I trace her to Miletus as well as to the island of Melita, Molle's and Moline's can be Miletus liners. In any case, we saw Eschyna linking to Swans/Sions, who list the Sine surname evident in "MeluSINE." She's a mythical term and therefore expected to be named deliberately after an entity or two. Of interest here is that Melita is right beside the ELAPHiti islands, which can of course warrant a tusk symbol along with the elephant. The Rollo motto honors the Touts along with the OLIPHANT motto, and then the blue Rollo boar heads can be derived from a colors-reversed version of the Molle boar heads. That works to trace Rollo to the Elaphiti islands, and, indeed, the ArBUTHnotts, said to be associated with Oliphants, are expected from Booths that share the black boar with the Rollo Crest. The red boar tusk may be an indicator of Edom, for Esau's son was "Eliphas."

"Armed" in heraldry often means that the claws are made a different color, suggesting that some Arm-like surname became fundamental with some Claw-like surname such as the Claus' or Claws'/Clasens, whom may be from the Clausula river and therefore of the Glass / Klassen bloodline (honored in the "fortuna" motto term of Rollo's). But "armed" can also refer to a different-colored tusk. The Motts were first found in Cotes-du-Nord, but that place goes by a different name, Cotes-du-Armour. (The Task boar head is said to be "couped," indicating the Cope and/or Cooper bloodline.)

The Mollets/Mullets are using, not just the pierced Payen Zionist stars, but those of Guerins. The white hunting horn on the Mollet Crest can be the same of Pollocks, but note how the Mollet horn, in the white-on-blue colors of the Molle boar head, has a red string, evocative of the red boar tusk still showing for Mole's. This paragraph is a great reason to trace Hugh de Payens by blood to Jacques de Molay. Mollets were even first found in the same place (Auvergne) as Bouillons.

This is a good place to remind that Godfrey de Bouillon was traced, along with the Baldwin name of his royal brother, to the Baltea/Bautica river, where I trace the Bauts because they were first found in Auvergne. The Bautica flows down through Ivrea, where the Arduinici lived that can trace to "Artois," for the Lys river of Aosta (not the Lys river of Artois), I once read, is the source of the Bautica.


The Varenne - Quadratilla Question?

I'd like to go back to Ada de Warenne for a trace to Kilpatricks at CLOSEburn, a place that itself became suspect with the Clausula. The Clovse variation of the Close surname is much like "claws." The Claws/Clason surname, using a giant upright lion in the colors of the giant upright dog of Fortuna's, tends to heavily lump the Claws'/Clasens in with the Klassen trace to the Clausula, and it can connect with Speers / Molle's around Glasgow, especially if Lady Fortune is a version of Melusine. Lady Fortune (in the Klassen Coat) holds a banner, which should be code for the Panaro river in Modena. That is, the Banner surname was traced to "Panaro" because the Montfort gonfanon is, not only a banner, but code for Fanano either on or beside the Panaro (I've forgotten which). It just so happens that the Claws/Clason lion is in both colors of the identical Montfort lion. But it's the same lion as in the Warren canton, and it's a red canton, the color of the Tout canton. The Warren checks are expected to trace to quarters in the Arms of Bologna, and thus I'm tracing them to Guido Guerra of the Bononia theater. The Warrens were first found in the same place as Bone's/Bohuns, and Dutch Bones happen to use a crescent in the colors of the Tout / Oliphant crescents. Plus, Bush's likewise use the black boar, and Dutch Bush's use the same lion as per the Guerin Chief.

The German Bush's/Buschs and Boschs share a giant fleur-de-lys with two Banner Coats. And the fact that English Bush's share the Ghent eagle is to be placed beside the trace of Ghent liners to "GONfanon." Recalling the DeMuths of Allemangel, in Whitehall county, let's mention here that the blue helmets of the Whitehall Coat can jibe with the white-on-blue helmets of the Pander fesse, in colors reversed from the fesse in the Arms of Fanano. The Penders use a chevron in the colors of the Fanano fesse, as well as a "fide" motto term, like the "fides" in the Arms of Fanano. The Penders (share a white chevron with Pendragons) is what makes Pendragons suspect with Panico / Pink liners, but the "spur rowels" of Panders, used by Payens too (so says their description), is what traces fundamentalist Templarism to the Panaro. The single red rose in the base of the Pander Coat can be the Plantagenet rose, of the Coat that comes with a label tracing to Pane's/Panico's; the latter's Panetta variation may even relate to "Pander/Panther."

See the colors of the Dober bend for Spurrs use the same bend colors, and moreover the spur is used by the Close/Clovse surname so that Dobers trace to Dober upon the Clausula river. The Spurr bend is in the colors of the Fanano fesse, and using what can be construed as a spur rowel in the bend. Spurrs were first found in Devon, where Albins lived who likewise use a white bend. This can make the Doberman bend suspect with that of Barnstaple's. Albins share the same-type crosslet of Pinks/Pincs and Point(er)s. Note that the label looks like a bar holding bells, but as labels are often described with so-many "points," the LaBels must have been fundamental with the Point(er) surname.

I failed to load the Dobys the last time they were mentioned, but here I find them using a "magno" motto term! "Magna"-using Walkers were first found in the same place as Pinks, a good reason to trace the Walker Chief -- using the spur-rowell stars of Payens -- to the Panico Chief. The blue Doby helmet is why the surname was loaded, for it can link to the blue Whitehall helmet, and as Walkers have just traced to Fanano, the DeMuths of Whitehall can trace there too, and it just so happens that Fanano is in Muth-like Modena! Dobys use a "Non" motto term while Nons ("SPERanDUM") use a fesse in Fanano-fesse colors. How about that!

There is a question on whether the Non crescents are those of LaBels, for Bellamys use almost the same fesse as Nons/Nevins. The NeVANE variation of Nons may betray their being a Fane/Vane/Veynes ("fano" motto term) line to the namers of Fanano, and that makes great sense thanks to the Non fesse! I'm sold on this fresh theory, explaining why the Non motto term above is like the Massin/Mason motto. Bellamys were traced to lake Geneva aside from the trace of their Seaton kin to Sion (east of Geneva), and upon first investigating Fanano not many months ago, it had Melusine elements tracing to Sion big-time. Here the Bellamys are tracing with Nons to the Setta theater, for Nons have the ability to reveal that the Panico-kin LaBels are a Bellamy line.

Bellamys of Perche merged with Ferte-Mace while Maceys (GAUNTlet gloves, the only Fane-Coat symbol) trace to Maschi's, first found beside Fano. The Maschi PINE cones can trace to the Pinner variation of Fanano's Penders (same place as Maceys). Pine's even share the ermined chevron of Veynes-like Wayne's (using the Arthur chevron). This new identification of Nons as Macey liners goes a long way for tracing to Arthur liners, especially-important where Arthurs were recently clinched with a trace to Modane. The Nons are honored by Nagle's using a fesse in colors reversed from the Non fesse, and tracing to "Oneglia," home of a branch of Arduinici (the other branch was at Ivrea). And, of course, Pinners and the like are Arthur > Pendragon liners, probably explaining why Pendragons use a white chevron. In this picture, it may be futile to trace "Nevin" to anything but "Fano." However, I don't realize why a Vane line should get a Nevane variation.

It's interesting that Exeters, from Devane-like Devon, use bells, albeit they did trace well to Bellamys of a Macey merger. The Devane's/Devans/Dwayne's are Dein-like Devine's that share the lion design of Deans/Deins, and of Massai's/Massars. The Dean/Dein Chief is even that of French Masseys/Masse's in colors reversed, but as the Massey/Masse Chief has crescents in the colors of the Massey fleur-de-lys, Masseys are tracing to the Lys river of Aosta, beside Savoy, where Masseys/Masse's were first found. And Masseys trace to the Moschian mountains of Georgia, home roughly of the Lazi Georgians. Deans are thus-far figured as Cnut-Dane liners tracing to Massey-related Mieszko.

In order for a star to be a spur rowell, it needs to be pierced, for that's how it can spin to become a rowell (a thing that turns). The Medleys and Muths/Methleys use pierced stars too, and we saw Muths tracing to Barbara Pierce. Therefore, as with the suspicion that LaBels are Bellamys, so one can trace Perche > Pierce > Percival liners to Modena.

It should not be assumed that, just because Barbara Bush married George Herbert Walker Bush, from a Walker surname, that the two surnames merged, for I don't know whether Mr. Bush was truly a Bush nor Walker.

As the Rasmussens use the unicorn while I trace them to Akmonia, it's interesting that the stars of unicorn-using Foggs/Foge's stars are in the colors of the Minute/Mynett helmets, for Mynetts were first found in the same place as Foggs, and are suspect with the AMYNTes line to the Bassus' of Akmonia. The point here is that while Modena is suspect with Modi'in, the Israeli home of Hasmoneans proper, "AKMON" is a Hasmon-like term. In other words, the trace of the Fogg stars to Modena is expected if the Foggs were Rasmussen liners in Akmonia, but only if Akmonia was a Modi'in line. Of further interest, the Akmans share the red-on-white bend with Gone's/Kohns, important if Gone's/Guenets are indeed at the GONfanan line to Fanano. One way to be more sure that the Gone's/Kohns are Fanano liners is by noting the red bend in the Gaunt Coat, while Gaunts were first found in the same place (Ghent-like Kent) as Mynetts and Foggs. The Akman oak theme can be that of the Panico oak tree, but more-so the Roet oak tree if indeed Akmans are Gaunt liners.

The reason that I'm veering (trying to, anyway) to the Kilpatricks is that their "sure" motto term leads to Surrey, where the Warenne's ruled. Looking for potential Kilpatrick links to Warenne's, there is first of all the green Kilpatrick dragon, perhaps in that color because Guerra's use the green dragon. Plus, the Kilpatrick Chief has been traced to the Panico Chief, which itself uses fleur-de-lys tracing to the Lys river of Pas-de-Calais, the area where Plants/Planque's were first found who share two items in the Panico Coat. A surname first found in Surrey are the Gastons, with an owl that may or may not be code for Edomites, and a Shield filled with checks, the Warren symbol. The Lys river is in Arthur-suspect Artois while Ade's, now tracing solidly to Ada of Warenne, were first found in the same place as Arthurs and Artems/AITons, the latter suspect with the Aid variation of Ade's. This makes Ada of Warenne suspect with Artems and other families in Berwickshire. While Ade's are honored in the Levi motto, not only were Lys' first found in the same place as French Levi's, but the colors of the Levi chevrons are used in the chevron of Cabbage's, the latter honored in the cabbages of the Plants/Planque's...whom I'm tracing to the line of Plancia Magna, the one likely honored by Walkers. The Cabbage's even share "numine" with the Walch/Walsh motto.

Gastons place gold scallops on their checks. The scallops are in bendy direction, same as the gold scallops of Varns, thus indicating that Varns are Varenne/Warenne liners out of Surrey. Varns were first found in the same place (Ayrshire) as raven-using Margys/Mackeys, a branch of Mackays who-in-turn use the Berwick(shire) bear. With the Quade-related Mackays entering this picture, it's helpful for the idea that Ade's were Quade's. But thus far, Ade's are tracing to Ada. It begs the question on whether she and other Ada's were named after some term from "Quadratilla." After all, Quadratilla married Laevillus, and their lines can of course trace to Levi's. I've already suggested a trace of her "tilla" entity to the Tills / Tillers that use the wyVERN, but they also share the arrow with Margys/Mackeys, and the arrow is at times symbol for the Arrow surname listed with the Arras', said to be from the Artois capital. The Margys/Mackeys are the ones with the raven used also by Varenne's, thus tending to clinch a Mackey / Mackay link to the Varns and Varenne's = Varangian-viking suspects.

The Mackays were in northern Scotland, near Shetland, home of the raven-using vikings (Stout surname). The Panico's were in the Setta valley, like "SHETland." The Lys surname has been traced to ancient Laish, and although I resisted it for a time, the Sidonians of Laish were traced to Seatons/Sittens, who are using a green dragon like that of Kilpatricks. The Seatons/Sittens therefore became suspect with the namers of the Setta. Beside the Setta, and likewise flowing to Bononia, is the Savena river suspect with lake Sevan, and therefore suspect with a trace to the Swains married by the Gog-suspect Molle's (Melusine was a dragon, and probably green). It just so happens that while Swains are also "Sion," Sion in Switzerland went by the alternative name, Sitten.

There is even a Saveni location on a Baseu river of Moldova, beside a SITNa river, and this is not far from ancient Angusta that I see in the "angustis" motto term of Cabbage's. Count Vrm of Angusta was traced to the Worms and Formans both using the same green dragon, a good reason to link Angustus elements and Seatons/Sittens to the Sitna river. Before I knew much at all about the Setta valley or Moldova, I traced Trypillians there who had prior lived in Moldova. I then traced the Trypillian goddess to the Varni Nordics now suspect with "Varenne." Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg, a Dragon entity loving Melusine, traced her to the counts of Anjou just prior to the Fulks becoming counts of Anjou, and this argues heavily for a Plantagenet trace to Cabbage liners out of Angusta. In fact, I suggested a trace of Vere's to Worms as long as a decade ago. It appears, therefore, that Angers and neighboring Anjou were named by Angusta liners, but as the Varni worshipped the same goddess (Nerthus) as the Angles, it can appear that Angles, to whom Nicholas de Vere traced his Vere line, were named after some term from "Angusta."

Melusine is known to be the symbol of Lusignan (not far from Anjou), for the peoples of Lusignan, according to Wikipedia, are called, Melusines. Lusignan was traced (by me) to Luzica, otherwise known as Lusatia, and back to Laish long before I knew of Sitna of Moldova. You just saw good reason for tracing the Sidonians of Laish to Sitna, and you have good reasons to identify the Seaton dragon with Melusine. Therefore, the Vere line of Melusine is from the Sitna theater. Yet, Nicholas de Vere claimed online that his family is from Transylvania, on the west side of Moldova. This mystery can be solved as per the Fer/Ferrat checks being the Cohen checks. I'll get to this soon.

I link Speers to Melusine's Lusatian elements, and as Molle's are suspect with Speers and therefore with Melusine herself, let's also mention the COGaeonus area on the north-west part of Moldova, not far north of Angusta. This Gog-suspect area should trace to the Googe's and Goughs sharing the Molle boar, and it just so happens that the Vere's use a blue boar, what can be a colors-reversed version of the Googe / Molle boar. In fact, Rollo's use the blue boar, and they were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as HAGAR, important because Angusta and Cogaeonus were off what was anciently the AGARus river. That's the modern Siret river, and it just so happens that the Siret surname uses a snake looking itself in the mirror, the Melusine symbol. I even saw one Coat with the Melusine mermaid that called her a Siren, and then the Sirets are listed also as Sirons...suspect with the Seir wife of Eliphas. It explains why Rollo's share "tout" with Oliphants, and, moreover, one Moray Coat no longer showing (at houseofnames) had the motto, "Deum Time," code for Timna, Edomite wife of Eliphas. Yes, for the boar was said, in ancient times, to be a symbol of Edom (this is online).

These things are undeniable, and I even traced the name of Rollo's father (Ragnvald) to a Reghin location on the upper Mures...in Transylvania! Rollo ruled at Norway's More, like "Mures / Moravia." The Gaston / Warren checks, in tracing moments ago to Bononia, can trace to Czechoslovakia (i.e. location of Moravia) with the Boii of Bononia. The German Cohens and Hohens not only use Shields filled with checks, but the two Gone surnames (one uses boar heads) have Kohn and Gowan variations looking like "Cohen." The Khazars on the Mures (see Menumurat) to which I trace Cohens were at Biharia/Bihor, and this location looks like the Biggar surname, and, what's more, the Arms of Shetland (raven) uses a "Byggar" motto term. It looks like the Sitna liners to Shetland were in cahoots there with the Mures-river Khazars.

It was the Varangians of Kiev who destroyed the Khazar empire, and it was likely the Varangians of Kiev who are responsible for the Warren trace to Moldova. Sitna is not far from Kiev. However, the Varni long pre-dated Varangians, and I think Varni had ancestry in the Kiev area. Trypillia was a location said online to be south of Kiev (I found only one article telling of its particular location). The Budini (blondes) lived south of Kiev, and then the Boyds, said to be named after blondes but this looks like code for Budini), not only use checks, the checks of Stewarts (different colors), but are said to be of Bute, which is where the raven vikings conquered into. Trips even use BOOTS! Hello? The French Masseys, once showing the Trip boots exactly, now show what I consider to be the Oliphant / Tout crescents.

The Galatians of the Brogitarus line were traced to Galati, in southern Moldova, and for this reason the Bassus surname coming from Brogitarus' line can trace to the Buzau river, near Galati, but the Baseu river can also be suspect. Before knowing of Trypillians (thanks to Julie, whom has led me to several entities that became key to the dragon line), I traced crescents to Saracens, for Muslims use the crescent. The Saracen surname uses crescents (but then so do Seatons and Oliphants). I then suggested that Saracens (the people group) were from Sarmatians, but left it at that. I learned that Saracens were equated in times past with "Hagarites," from the Biblical Hagar (mother of Ishmaelites). But it just so happens that I later came to find the Agarus river, and its in what came to be called, Sarmatia, as you can see at the top-right of the map, at the sources of the Hierasus, another name for the Agarus:
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If it's hard to wrap our heads around a Muslim / Arab trace to the far-north Sarmatians, let's go to Herodotus, who claimed that Amazons of Thermodon (southern Georgia), in conjunction with "Gargarians," founded the Sarmatians. This is a good reason to trace Gog to the Sarmatians, especially as Amazons were the Meshech. Didn't Varangians co-found Moscow? The Vere-beloved Alans were Sarmatians at one time. But how did these far-northerners (very-probably the Apollo-loving Hyperboreans) become ravens? In myth, Apollo made the white bird black, and it was the crow, code for Cyrene in northern Africa. The Meshwesh lived in Cyrene, and they were the Amazighen of Africa, the Amazons. That's how Sarmatians become Saracens. And the Fulke's (just traced to Moldova) even use "sera" in their motto. In fact, they use "Qui sera," like Kaisariya, the Cappadocian capital once called, Mazaca, that being like the Mazices/Mazikes term for African Amazons. Italian Fulks even use the checks of Massi's/Mattis'.

It just so happens that while Warrens share a check-filled Shield with Fers/Ferrats, Guido Guerra III married a daughter of William V of MontFERRAT. I think this and the rest is ample evidence for a trace of Czechoslovakians to Bologna/Bononia. And I think we need to trace Boulogne, of Pas-de-Calais (same place as Plants/Planque's), to "Bologna," and therefore I think we need to trace the Bouillons of Boulogne to the Boii of Bononia. Independently (i.e. aside from that trace), the Skits and Scheds were traced to some relationship with the namers of the Setta valley, and this was before realizing the trace of the Setta to Shetland. It just so happens that Skits and Scheds use the potent cross, symbol of the flag of Templar Jerusalem that is traced by others, including Wikipedia's Godfrey-de-Bouillon article, to Godfrey de Bouillon. Not only do Croce's (Vere / Massey Shield?) use the potent cross, but a "DUM spero" motto phrase that hearkens back to the link of Speers to Eschyna de Molle (married Mr. Croce). Massins/Masons, from the Meshwesh, use "Dum spiro spero." "Dum" is code for Edom, isn't it? And you can see Melusine in the Massin/Mason Crest.

The Croce cross is called a "formy," suspect with the line of count Vrm, or with Formans and Worms.

Melusine of Lusatia brings us back to Lusatian possibilities for Moravian-Church flockers of the DeMuth > Bush kind. As Bush's trace to Edomites on multiple counts, so does Melusine. Nicholas de Vere traced his Vere line back to ancient Mitanni, and I traced them to Methimna and Mytilene, both on LESbos. Whether or not that was a correct trace, I had wondered whether "LesBOS" was named after BOZrah, home of Esau and Eliphas, the latter being the one who married Timna of Melusine-suspect Seir. Her brother, Lotan, is suspect with the seven-headed Lotan dragon, which befits Melusine's dragon tail (it's curious that I find no dragon tails, on humans, in heraldry, but it's known that Melusine was given a fish tail eventually). While LESbos can trace with LUSatia to "Laish," I settled on a trace to the Less surname, which happens to use the boar head, Edomite symbol, right? We need to figure the green griffin of Leslie's, for griffins are part-dragons, and so, if the Seatons trace to Laish's Sidonians, so might Leslie's trace to Lesbos, especially as Bards (same place as Swains/Sions), suspect from BARTHolowmew Leslie (founder of Scottish Leslie's), use the boar in colors reversed to the Less boar head. And, in keeping with a Leslie trace to Edomites, the Leslie motto term, "grip," is suspect with "Agrippa," for that name is like "griffin." And the Griffin surname is said by Wikipedia to be from the Varni theater. The green Leslie griffin is in the Bard Crest, and Bards even use "DOMinus" in their motto. Another surname using the green griffin head is the potent-like Patents.

Methimna might even be the root of the Methley surname that lists the DeMuths/Muths. In fact, as modern Foca is on-shore from Lesbos, I had traced Medleys to Methimna, for they were suspect with the Fogg/Foge stars, but then the Muths/Methleys use the Medley stars. It's the same as saying that the namers of Modi'in were in Lesbos, en route to Modena. As the Palins use the Muth / Fogg stars, apparently, not forgetting that Palins trace to Palinurus in the Blanda theater, it seems revealing that Middle's/Mittels are using the same lion as Palins, and a fesse in colors reversed from the Fanano fesse. The green lion in the Kilpatrick Crest has a PAW on the head of a black-on-white lion, thereby suspect with the same-colored lion of Palins with PAWley variation. A good reason for tracing Palins to Fanano is where SCIDrus is beside Palinurus, for SKITs / Skeets' and Scheds were traced to the priestly lines of Israel (post 70 AD) in the Setta theater. This suspicion formed a picture some years ago, and has been supported by a growing knowledge of heraldry. At first, the Strange's were entertained from Forum Allieni (proto-Ferrara, in 70 AD, and suspect with "Pharisee"), and here I find the Strange's in the Middle/Mittel write-up. The Strange's, or the proto-Alans from Forum Allieni (thought to mean "alien = stranger," but I think I know better), had been linked to the Setta's Skits and Scheds, and here I find that Middle's/Mittels and Mittens/Moutens were both first found in Shropshire, where Alans of Dol came to roost temporarily.

If the green dragon of Kilpatricks use the Seaton dragon, it is compelling to trace Seatons to the line that named Scidrus, for in that case the Kilpatrick Crest is in honor of both Scidrus and Palinurus elements. Kilpatricks traced to Antipatria (bottom-left of map) with little doubt, along with Dexters, and then the Kilpatrick Crest has a "dexter paw" on the lion. Antipatria is in the land of the Dexaroi, you see, and right beside Aulon, i.e. where I trace proto-Alans. As you can see the Dexaroi stamped, Dassaretae, so you see them beside the Taulantii; the latter were traced to talbots before I knew of the Alan trace to Aulon, and it just so happens that Talbots, probably using a version of the Middle Coat, were first found in Shropshire. It's hard to argue against a Decker trace to the Dexaroi once you've compared the surname to the Hips' and noted the Apsus river as home to the Dexaroi. As some support for a DassaRETAE trace to Retae-like entities, the Readys use swans, which I trace to lake Lychnidus, smack beside the Apsus river.

In ancient myth, the boar became the symbol of Kodros, king of Athens, who also had a fish symbol. I trace Kodros without doubt to "Keturah," the other wife of Abraham (Genesis 25). His concubine, if you don't know, was Hagar, the one after whom Hagarites are named. Curiously, Abraham's other wife, Sarah, smacks of "Saracen," suggesting that she belonged to a peoples that became the Sarmatians. It's just another way to trace Edomites to Amazons / Gargarians, not at all ridiculous. It's another way, perhaps, to say that Sarah belonged to the peoples that named Seir. It was Sarah's grandson, Esau, who conquered Seir (did not necessarily go by that name exactly at that time). The Lotan dragon was in Seir-like Syria.

I can't recall what Zinzendorf had to do with Dresdan in Lusatia. I think it was his home base. As Laish was re-named, Dan, note DresDAN. We can then ask whether "Dres" has to do with the Tracy surname that was encountered in the marriages of the DeMuths. Can we trace "DRESdan" to the green-dragon Tresure's (scarlet-like color, not the usual red, same as you can see on the Fleming tressure))? The latter surname is what named the so-called "tressure" border used by Seatons (their tressure is the normal red). The tressure always uses the fleur-de-LYS. The lys is a symbol going back to king Childeric, husband of Bassus-suspect Basina. It hearkens back to Sitna on the Baseu river.

Note the "forWARD" motto term of Seatons, for Wards use a Shield filled with the same-colored checks as fill the Warren Shield. While the Lys river is in Artois, Seatons use "HazARD." The Cabbage's are honored by the House surname's "cabbage leaves," used by the HAZels (different name for the same leaves). The other ones using cabbages are the Plants/Planque's, from Artois. In fact, they are said to be from the Montreuil area, where Catherine Roet was born, though Roets were first found in the same place as Tresure's.

The Roets (share the book with Reeds so that Roets trace to Rieti too) evoke the traces of unidentified Vespasian elements (perhaps his ancestry) to the Herod-Maccabee line, and it was that latter line that birthed Plancia Magna suspect in the Plant bloodline out of Artois. Plancia's family had been found (by circumstantial evidence) linked to Severus Bassus in Akmonia. Recall shortly above the trace of Gaunts to Akmonia, for Catherine Roet was wife to John of Gaunt. While Flemings own the double tressure border, Flemings (honored in the Seaton flames) are said to be from Flanders, a term like "Plant." But I had traced "Flanders" to "Blanda," smack beside Lys-like Laus (see map, southern Italy), and these locations are beside Scidrus, where I traced the Sitten-like Sidicini. I'm always all over the map because my traces cover more than one time period. It looks like Plantagenets were from Blanda.

Having given all that background to the Warren / Varenne topic, I want to press in on the suggested links back to Quadratilla Bassus. It just so happens that Tresure's were first found in the same place as Laevillus-suspect Leavells. It's also where Pierces were first found to which Barbara Bush traces at her birth. The Plantagenet label is likely for Bellamy lines because Bellamys share the Seaton crescents, and moreover I trace the Perche homeland of Bellamys to Pierce liners.

One place to look for clues is the Sure surname honored by the Kilpatrick motto. The Sure's/Shore's were first found in Derbyshire, and it just so happens that Brogitarus' son, Amyntes, conquered Derbe, in Lycaonia, not far from Perga, home of Plancia Magna. Severus Bassus was Amyntes' great-grandfather, and Amyntes' son happens to have been ARTEMidoros, like the Artem variation of Ade-suspect Aitons! The only character not known (supposedly) in this line is Severus' father, whom I suspect as Caiaphas, father of the killer of Christ.

With the Walkers using a "magna" motto term and what I think is the Kilpatrick Chief, let's also reflect on the Sure's/Shore's being a Bush-related family as per the Bosco's using a version of the Schore Coat, and as per the Sheera variation of Kilpatricks going to the Scherf-related Sheers/Shere's/Shire's (could be a branch of Sire's/Sirets/Sirons), first found in SURREY, and using three fitchee crosses in the colors and positioning of the three ravens of Varenne's. That shouldn't be coincidental because Surrey is where Warenne's/Varenne's ruled. And that's where Quade-suspect Ada was from while the Quade wolves were tentatively traced to Lycaonia, for myth gave Lycaon a wolf symbol. Instead of the black Quade wolf head, the Sheer/Shire Crest is using a black dog head. Is that a match??? Have we already traced Ada to Quade's?

It's important that Bush's are part of this discussion, for Quade's are suspect with the scarf of Sadowski's, while Scarfs, first found in the same place as Bush's, and sharing the wolf head with Quade's, are likely a Scherf / Sheer line. When Barbara Pierce married Walker Bush, she may have been marrying a Scarf liner. As we saw Bellamys tracing to Fanano liners that included Pendragons, note that the Pierce chevron is in the colors of the Pendragon chevron, for Pendragon, in myth, provided the birth of king Arthur in Tintagel...in Somerset, where Pierce's were first found. I traced TINTagel to the ATINTanes, beside Aulon, and it just so happens that the Alans of England -- the English Stewarts, that is -- were first found in Devon, beside Tintagel, and where we find bell-using Exeters, suspect with "Dexter," a surname tracing to the Dexaroi on the north side of Atintanes. "Tintagel" was traced to both the Tints and Gale's, for they both use blue unicorns, but then the unicorn is a Pierce symbol too. And that's why Percival got to be the Grail King, as though Pierce liners are the most-important to the Excalibur / Arthur line. Of course, chief importance depends on who you ask. Arthur's wife, a Veneti line, was probably nothing more than the Fane's/Veynes through Vannes of Brittany.

The Swan Knight, LOHENgrin, son of Percival, was code for the Logan/LOHAN surname, using a heart PIERCED with nails. The nails are likely code for the Nail/Nagle surname, a line merged with Arduinici, you see. And just as the Swan Knight must trace to the Ligurian swan, so the Oneglia location of Arduinici is in Liguria.

The Sure's (using the motto of Caens) share holly with Cabbage's, and both surnames use the black chevron. The Sure's call them "holly LEAVES," and then there are "cabbage LEAVES," and we saw earlier how leaves can be code for the Laevillus / Levi bloodline. The Cabbage lion is a colors-reversed version of the Jewish-Levi/Levine lion, and while the cabbage chevron is in both colors of the French-Levi chevrons, the latter's three were the symbols of the counts of Hainaut i.e. in Flanders. The Plants/Plaque's, with the cabbages, were suspect with "Flanders," right? Yes, and while "Plantagenet" is suspect with Ghent, that's a location in Flanders, such a lysincidence, too, for Ghent is where the Lys flows to...all the more reason to trace "Flanders" to Blanda, and "Lys" to Laus.

The holly symbol has got to be code for the Holly surnames, one of which uses Melusine, and the other using symbols and a bend in the colors of the same of Plunketts (Brittany). The so-called torteaux in the holly bend can be code for Tertulla liners, for the Tertullus line was in both the family of Plancia Magna, and in the ancestry of the Fulk-Plantagenets. Hollys were even first found in the same place as Fulke's. As Fulks are suspect with Pollocks, let's re-mention that Plocks are from a Plunkett location. Let's also repeat that the Holly bend and it's dolphin beside can go to the Brittany-based Marleys, important because Plunketts are said to be first found in the Dol area of Brittany.

The Bush's appear to be honored in the "holly bush" of Maxwells/MAKESwells, and the latter are honored in the "I make sure" motto of Kilpatricks, for both surnames use a black-on-white saltire. If you want to see yet another green dragon, see the Welsh Lewes', and then read: "Gundred or Gundreda (Latin: Gundrada) (died 27 May 1085) was the Flemish-born wife of an early Norman baron, William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey. She and her husband established Lewes Priory in Sussex." Yet another green dragon, a wyvern, the head of which is identical to the head of the Lewes dragon, is used by Wilkens, but the latter even use a split Shield in the colors of the Schere/Scherf split Shield. The Wilkens were first found in the same place -- GlaMORGANshire -- as Lewes'/Lewis', and it was Mr. Morggan that was suspect with Glamorgan, and it was Morggan that led to the Warenne's because he married them. Just like that, the Morgan witch cult of Avalon has traced to Warenne's, but also to Scherfs, expected where the Bush boar traces to Booths and Bute. I had read that Bute elements were named Bothwells, and the Bothwell Crest uses a "boy," while Sussex is where Bone's/Bohuns were first found that should trace to the Boii.

Can Quade elements trace to this Bute picture? Yes, where Margys/Mackeys were from a Maccus character, a viking leader in the Scottish Isles around Bute. The Margy/Mackey raven is suspect with the Varenne raven, and I read that the raven-depicted vikings conquered in Rothesay, something that may be difficult to find. But I read it. Rothesay's name was changed to Bute, and as the Arthurian myth writers put nine sister-witches on Bute, they became suspect (in my mind) with the nine Muses i.e. the Massey/Macey bloodline. That's why the French Masseys once showed boots. Quade elements just traced to the chiefs of Bute, likely the family of Maccus, descended from a Sitric character.


New Theory on the Line of Mayer Rothschild

I can now trace Melusine of the Vere's -- which Nicholas de Vere had in Avalon as "Milouziana" before her son ruled Anjou -- to Sitric circles. This is expected. It comes from the Polesworth entity in Wikipedia's article on Sitric Ceach (nephew of another Sitric). To set this up, I traced Warsaw of Poland, which uses the Melusine mermaid, to Warwickshire, where Scherf-suspect Sheriffs were first found, by the way. It is not ridiculous to trace the namers of Warsaw both the "Vere" and to Warwick, for the red-on-white wyvern dragon of Drake's was used by the dukes of Masovia (this is/was online for all to see), and Warsaw is the Masovia capital. One can glean that the Massey liners in Bute included Masovia elements, therefore. Polesworth, the point is, is in Warwickshire, and suggests a Polish entity there. Sitric married Edith of Polesworth. In her article, Sitric is called a Danish king, wherefore Mieszko's daughter may have married Sitric's descendant.

How did Poles get involved in the Scottish Isles? Easy, if you trust my trace of Mieszko's daughter (married the Dane royals) to Siward of Northumberland, for Sitric came to rule Northumberland more than a century before Siward. It would make some sense that Polish elements were left in Northumberland by Sitric, which were re-visited or upheld by the Mieszko family. Mieszko was not yet born when Sitric was king in Northumberland.

Now, as Nicholas traced his Vere line to the Mitanni, while I traced them to Modena, see here a Modena-like term in Polesworth: "[Polesworth Abbey] was founded in the 9th century by St. Modwena and King Egbert. The first abbess was Edgytha (daughter of King Egbert, now St. Editha)." Often, Christian saints are created to replace the pagan realities behind them. This seems to be the case for a saint said to be the namer of Sant-Antioco (Sulcis) in Sardinia, where I tentatively trace Mieszko's ancestry. Sitric, says Wikipedia, was Christianized, but then reverted to paganism. There is no link to a Modwena article, suggesting one doesn't exist at Wikipedia. But this we know: Mauds use a version of the MONmouth Coat while Monmouth is beside Glamorgan, and while the Isle of Man, ruled by Maccus and/or his family member, was also called, Mona.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polesworth_Abbey

The SITTERs were suspect with "SITRic," though at the time I may not have known that Sitric was king of Northumberland, important because Sitters were first found there. Sitters share the black, upright lion with Sitlers/Schitners, said to be from Silesia (Poland), and it just so happens that "Sulcis" looks like the makings of "Silesia." The Schitner variation can trace to the Skits and Scheds out of the Setta valley and into Shetland, where Sitric's circles can be expected. Sitters are shown properly as "Sitwell/Sidewell," and they share the black lion with Side's/Siders (Ghent eagles) and Side-related Sutys, the latter an obvious Seaton/Sitten branch. It's a small world. Side's/Siders share the tiger in Crest with Medleys and can therefore trace, not just to Modena elements, but to DeMuths. It just so happens that Moravia overlaps Silesia.

I wasn't expecting this when I started this update on the Muths. For years, I've been tracing Mieszko's daughter, Swietoslawa, to the Haughts, because she was also known as Sigrid "the haughty." Haughts should trace to the Beaks (ostrich, Polish suspect) because they use three fesse bars in colors reversed from one another, and here the Muths use the same in the colors of the Beak bars (but see also the Humber bars, for the Humber Crest uses the white griffin head of Dobers / Dobermans, who trace to Dobrawa, Mieszko's wife). Beaks share the ostrich with Lois', suspect in this picture with Lewes Abbey. The latter is in Sussex, where Heslingtons were first found, and Siward of Northumberland was at Heslington Hall (buried there, if I recall correctly), in Yorkshire, where Muths were first found. The Heslington motto term, "focis," can be suspect with Foca / Phocaea, on-shore from Methimna and Mytilene, the two Mitanni suspects but, in any case, suspect with the Methley variation of Muths. How about that.

The Lois' are suspect with mythical GorLOIS, whom I ventured to trace to Lusatia's Gorlitz because it's near Bautzen/Budysin (Spree river), the latter expected as a Bute line because I traced Melusine to Lusatia. Since making the Gorlois trace to Gorlitz, which was tentative, the Tints and Gale's have been reckoned as part of the Gorlois circle, and they share the unicorn with Cnuts, from Danish king Cnut, Swietoslawa's son. The black, double-headed eagle in the Arms of Gorlitz may be the reason for the same of Maxwells. Maxwells and their eagle was traced to Rijeka/Reka/Rika (northern Istria), a place that traced well to Richeza, wife of Mieszko II. Tints, of WREXham associations, use a white-on-red lion, which may be the Bohemian lion in the Arms of Gorlitz and the Arms of Budysin. Tints are likely using a version of the Coat of Rex's/Ricks (same place as Tints), traceable to "Rika/Reka."

The Heslingtons are known Hazel liners while Hazels can link to the Sheriff Coat; the latter is in Cnut colors, but the other Cnuts use a "pot hanger" while Melusine's son was said to be the first count of Angers. It looks like we're nailing Melusine as a Mieszko line out of Lusatia. The Potters were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Hangars (gold griffin, may be the one of Dobers / Dobermans). The Beak ostrich is suspect with the Traby ostrich feathers (Traby is a Polish location), five white ones in Crest, same as the Caens who share the Sure/Shore motto. The Sure's/Shore's, who share holly with Maxwells and Hazel-related Islips/Haslips, were first found in the same place (Derbyshire) as Cnuts, a good reason to trace Cnuts to Sheriffs and Sheriffs to Scarfs (Trabys are listed with the scarf-using Sadowski's). Maxwells and Islips are using the same symbol, apparently, a stag lodged under a holly bush.

If we seem to be all over the Muth bloodline, let's add that while the Rijeka eagle stands on a rock (likely code for "Reka"), ditto for the falcon of the Sinsens/Zinzans, suspect with Zinzendorf, the one to which DeMuths got attached. And Zinzendorf was from Dresdan elements, not far from Gorlitz. The Sinsen Coat even shares an estoile with Motts/Mottins. The Modens, sharing fretty on blue with Caens, were even first found in the same place (Berkshire) as Sinsens/Zinzans (on blue), and, what's more, mythical Gorlois was definitely part code for the Gore's because they share the crosslets, in the same colors, of Windsors, whose castle is in Berkshire. Windsors are said to be from the OTHER surname, which is in code with UTHER Pendragon, and it was Pendragon who raped Gorlois' wife to birth Arthur in Tintagel. That's how you can know that he was part-code for Gore's, leaving only the "lois" to be identified. Lois' were first found in Artois.

As Cotts use the fretty Shield too, note COTTbus on the Spree river. As the Gore motto traces to Servitium in Gorski, the area that either includes or sits beside Rijeka, it gets one to Croatia, where I trace Mieszko ancestry. This is possibly reconcilable with a Mieszko trace to Sardinia. Avezzano's, first found in Sardinia, have a rose on stem tracing to the same of Chambre's, from Chambre on the Arc river, location also of Modane. The Avis/Avisons assured me that Avezzano's trace exactly to Piscinas, smack beside Sulcis.

As Cotts are suspect from the Cotesii on what is now the Buzau river, note CottBUS (ChoteBUZ to Czechs) and the Bautzen/Budysin location, possibly the namers of the Bautica river, home of Arduinici. This makes the two Lusatian cities suspect with the Budini > Boyd line, which has always been suspect with Buz, son of Nahor. I trace Nahor to the Neuri of the Ukraine, known to have been on the Bug river, and Bugs were first found in Nottinghamshire, said to be named after Cnut. I had traced the Roxolani Alans closely to the Neuri, and they were later traced to the naming of Reka and Roxburghshire, where Maxwells were first found; they have an English branch first found in the same place as Bush's, Walkers and DeMuths.

German Bugs are interesting for changing their footless martlets, once in the colors of the Joseph martlet, to ravens, meaning that Bugs are now showing a Coat identical to the Varenne Coat. This should interest Mr. Skeetz, who was tracing his bloodline both to the Neuri and to the Varni, and there we have it. German Bugs were even first found in the same place as Trypillia-suspect Trips, in the Varni theater, indicating that Varangians of Kiev made relations with Neuri liners on the Bug, and then got to neighboring Poland as Drake liners, interesting where Cnut-beloved Hangers were first found in the same place as Drake's and English Josephs, the latter sharing the Avis/Avison garbs. Can you sort all of this out in the realm of reality?

The "Artes" motto term of Hangars gets the Artes/Ardon surname using the eagle design of English Botters (said to be on a "perch"), first found in the same place as Hangars, which explains why the Artes Crest has the red Botter eagle head. This recalls my insistence on tracing Italian Botters to the Budini. Botters are obviously part of the Potters honored in the pot hanger. The Artes eagle has an unidentified object in its mouth.

I'm ready to trace Ada of Warenne to the Bugs, first found in the same place as Annas' and Mea's/Meighs. As Ada is suspect with Quade's = Mackays / Mackeys, might Meighs have been such? The giant Annas star is also the Vere star, and the Drake's of Masovia can trace to Warenne's because Guerin of Provence must have been near Draguignan, in Provence. The wing on the Warren wyvern is orange, and there is an Orange location near the mouth of the Durance river, that river being the border of Provence, where also Var is located. The Durance traces to the Turano, beside the Salto, the latter where Avezzano is located. Avezzano is near Abruzzo, where Drake's must trace for other considerations, including the Aquila-like motto term of Drake's suspect with the Abruzzo capital, (Aquila = eagle). But the Drake motto also uses "muscus" while the Sewards use the Mosca/Muscas leopard. It was found that a Mosca family married Montechiaro near Agrigento (Sicily), and as the Drago river flows through Agrigento, it was realized that Drake's were honoring the Mosca family of Sicily. But as Sewards are suspect with Siward of Northumberland, that's another reason to trace him to the dukes of Masovia. The Sewards share two white-on-red chevrons with Sweets, suggesting the Siward link to Danish queen Swietoslawa. And all this is suspect from the ancestry of Sitric the Dane of Northumberland, kin of Maccus = Mackays / Mackeys. In the family tree of Sitric Caech (scroll down to the "Family" section, click the family-tree link), Maccus is suggested as his grandson.

The Chives Crest uses the Mosca leopard, and Chives' trace to Chivasso, north of Turano-suspect Turin, in Piedmont, where Masci's were first found. Chivasso is even near the Bautica river, which, if true that it has the waters of a lys river, can trace to Bautzen where Lusatians were Lys liners. The Chives' are said to have settled Tarves, beside Angus, and the Angus surname may be sharing the Annas star because both surnames are related. It can suggest an Angus / Annas trace to Angusta, not very far from the Bug river (explaining why Annas' were first found in the same place as Bugs). It seems likely from this discussion that the Hangar-beloved Artes', who list "Ardon," are of the Arduinici of the Bautica. They were at IVRea, suspect with the YVERy location of Laevillus-suspect Leavells. Isn't that amazing, that while Bugs were just investigated because they were suspect with Ada of Warenne, we just found Quadratilla's husband in a Bautzen trace to Ivrea > Yvery. The Leavells were first found in Somerset, location of Tintagel (i.e. suspect with the Gorlitz / Bautzen theater), and then both Tints and Gale's share the unicorn, not only with Cnuts, but with Percival-related Pierce's, relevant because Leavells are traced (in their write-up) to a Mr. Percival in Yvery.

Having said all that, let's set up a Cnut trace to Fanano and the Panaro river. Here's the Cnut Crest: "Three green trefoils with three red banners on them." Are these not the trefoils of Albino's at the Banner-related Panaro river? Yes. But why should Danes be tracing to Modena? The Mieszko side of Cnut, right? Plus, as Bononia elements trace to Sussex, where the Warenne's had their Lewes Abbey, that's where Deans, Diens, Dans, Danners and similar others were first found. While Warenne's ruled Surrey, the Dans, using their own set of trefoils, look like they may be using the checkered Surrey chevron. Danners use another unicorn in Crest, making them highly suspect with Cnut Danes, but as Lusatia was suspect with Laish, what about its other name, Dan? The "nec" motto terms of Danners and others (Rodhams and Rutherfords, Rus suspects) has been traced to the Neckar river, location of STUTTgart, the line, I claim, to the Stout vikings who owned the raven flag. Or was it a banner? YES, for Wikipedia's article is even titled, "Raven banner".

The Varni bloodline was traced to Pharia on the Illyrian coast, not far from Melusine-suspect Melita. The latter is beside the Elaphiti islands suspect with Timna and Eliphas, and then the Danners use a "timeo" motto term suspect with Time's/Timms, who were traced to the "Dum Time" motto of Morays, and therefore to Timna. But, hold on to your Ferrari sports car, because the Elaphiti islands can trace to the elephant of raven-using Corbetts/Corbins (Shropshire), and, what do you know, the French Corbins/Corbets are using the three Varenne ravens in the same colors! It tends to clinch a Varni trace to the Elaphiti / Melita / Pharia theater. But as Ferrara was suspect with Pharia, let's repeat that the Arms of Stuttgart is the black-on-white demi horse of the Ferrari-car logo, in Varn / Varenne colors even. Corbetts are suspect with mythical Coronis = Chora on Patmos. Patmos is off the coast from Melita-suspect Miletus.

[Later, the DEMI horse of Ferrari's can trace to the Serio surname of Ferrara, revealed as a Seaton line, but suspect with a Serio river that becomes a prime discovery for explaining many of the dragon lines. Don't miss the Serio topic if you've been following these updates.]

German Rothes are clearly related to Corbetts because they use their giant raven, and because Corbetts were first found in the same place (Shropshire) as English Rothes/Rothams (looks like a Rodham line). But as ravens must always trace to the Meshwesh, so the Meschins were first found in Shropshire, which is beside the Cheshire home of Masseys. The Panaro-river Penders were first found in Cheshire, and the Macey-related Fano's trace to the Fanano banner. German Banners/Bainers (Bohemians?) were first found in east Prussia and Silesia, suspect with the Mieske's/Mesechs. The Mieszko Piasts were suspect from the Bistue locations at the Maezaei theater, off the Urbanus river (inland from Pharia), home of the Coronis-based Cerauni. That made Bistue suspect with the Bistones of Cyrene, wherefore note that while Bistones used an erect sword as their altar for Ares, the Bistone and Bessin surnames use the erect sword, as well as the same bend as the Shropshire Rothes. The Cheshire Meschins had originated in the Bessin. You can't argue with the facts. The Piasts look like Bistones, the Cerauni look like Cyrenians, and the Maezaei look like Meshwesh (Mazyes, alternative name) to the Mieske/Mesech surname (shares bull head with Haughts and likely using a version of the Bistone / Bessen sword).

The Cerauni were suspect with crown-using Crauns, but German Bessens use the arm with sword coming out of a crown. When i learned that Ragusa, smack to the south side of the Elaphiti islands, was named after "deer," I also learned that the deer of Mallets traced them to Melita, smack on the north side of the Elaphiti islands. The deer is sometimes called a hind, wherefore compare the Mallet description, "A silver deer's head ducally gorged, gold," with the Craun description, "A gold demi hind ducally gorged in blue." "Ducally gorged" refers to a crown around the neck, and the Neckar is where raven liners just traced.
http://www.free-coat-of-arms.com/

If you want evidence that elephants trace to Elaphiti, note that an elephant, white like the Corbett elephant, is in the Craine/Cranny Coat, while Melita-tracing Crauns are also "Crane" and similar variations. Then, if you want your eyes opened, Coronis, sister of Ixion, was a Lapith, a term like "Elaphiti." The Lapiths were also on Lesbos (see mythical Lapithes, father of Lesbos), but I found a Lapithos location on the north side of Cyprus at the same time that I found a Cyrene entity of Cyprus.

We read: "Lapithes settled on the banks of River Peneus and married Orsinome...Alternately, Lapithes was said to have been the son of Aeolus (son of Hippotes) and father of Lesbus, who married Methymna, daughter of Macareus, and gave his name to the island of Lesbos." Clicking the Peneus link, it goes to the Peneus river of the Pindus range in Thessaly, but there is another Peneus at the Ladon-river theater (the river of Daphne), suspect from Lotan, brother of Timna. I trace "Peneus" to Panias (Phoenicia), beside a Daphne location as well as beside Laish. In fact, Laish may have been identical with Panias.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lapithes_(hero)

The two Sitrics are said to be from an IMAIR character. Their family was in Cheshire, where the Mair/Mere surname (a ship, the MacDonald ship) was first found, suspect with the "mare" motto term of MacDonalds. Recall how the SITTERs can trace to SCIDRus, beside Palinurus, and that Sitters use the same black lion as Palins. The reason that I'm sure of a Palin trace to Palinurus is that it's beside BUXENtum while Buchans and Buchanans use the Palin lion too. And Buckle's and Buckleys ("Nec timere nec timide" traces them to the Neckar ravens) were of Cheshire, and are apparently in the Mair/Mere write-up as the Bucklow location in Cheshire. I don't think it's coincidental that Buckle's use wreaths while Irish Mackays throw in a wreath.

The Mairs/Mere's are said to be Anglo-Saxons, and it was the Saxons whom the Sitric family visited in Cheshire. I traced the Wessex Saxons of Gewisse (England) to the Kwisa river of Lusatia (may thus connect with Sitlers of Silesia so as to explain their black lion), and so note that Buckleys (in Haught colors) share the white bull head with Haughts and Pollock-suspect Bullocks.

From the Sitric-Caech article: "In 920 Sitric left Dublin for Northumbria, with his kinsman Gofraid ua Imair succeeding him as king. That same year he led a raid on Davenport, Cheshire, perhaps as an act of defiance against Edward the Elder, King of the Anglo-Saxons. In 921 Ragnall ua Imair died, with Sitric succeeding him as King of Northumbria." Ragnall smacks of Ragnvald, father of Rollo, and one can find online that Ranulf le Meschin traces to Malahule, Ragnvald's brother. We then find, in the Maccus article: "Maccus and Gofraid are usually assumed to be members of the Ui Imair, a kin group tracing its descent from Imar (died 873), sometimes identified with the saga-character Ivar the Boneless. Their father Aralt or Harald is usually identified with the Aralt mac Sitric, king of Norse-Gael Limerick, who was killed in Connacht in 940. This identification would make Maccus and Gofraid nephews of Amlaíb Cuaran, the King of Dublin. An alternative proposal, advanced by Benjamin Hudson, makes Gofraid and Maccus sons of a Viking chief named Harald who was active in Normandy, but this has received little support." Normandy, where Rollo conquered not many years before Ragnall died in 921. There seems to be a connection of some kin-sort.

The fact that Mairs/Mere's (and Demere's) use a ship convinces me much that they were from the Imair vikings. They are traced to a Mere location in ROSthern of Bucklow, and the "temere" motto term of Buckleys is probably code for "Demere." The Rothes are suspect here because the first Rothschild was Mayer Bauer, while Mairs/Mere's show a Mayer variation. Rothschilds must moreover trace to Peter Pollock at Rothes, and I think I've made the case that the Haughty-line Poles were involved with Sitric, only to find the Haughty Poles again in the Buckley bull head. I think we have a new thing, the opening of Sitric-related heraldry with some decent certainty. It's all expected to be of the Maccabee line from Alexander Balus, the Seleucid king, suspect at Sulcis. This is the mouse-tower line that I've predicted for the False Prophet, but the anti-Christ is himself traced to Seleucids by Daniel. And I've always kept in mind that, if the anti-Christ, whom I equate with Gog, does not turn out to be a Russian, then my second choice is a Rus-based Rothschild. It's interesting where Rothschilds are said to have formed Communist Russia, and yet Rothschilds also started to form official Israel in the same year (1917).

Alexanders share the MacDonald motto, and Mare's/Mars can trace to Mar, near Rothes. Mar was ruled by that earl-Morggan fellow we met, who married Varenne. By what coincidence does Morggan trace to ROTHESay? It looks like Morggan was part of the raven vikings into Rothesay. The Mare lions are likely the Ross lions, from Ross-shire, beside Moray. The Morays once showed a Coat with "Deum Time," probably related to the "timide" motto term of Buckleys. This particular Cheshire connection to Moray likely has to do with the MacHeth and Mackays of Ross-shire and Moray. This is an explanation acceptable to me, for I've been claiming, for years before knowing Maccus and Sitric, that the far-north Mackays were Massey liners from Cheshire, and that MacHeths were from the Atha version of the Welsh Baths (Somerset again), and here I find that Sitric conquered into Davenport, which is the Macclesfield part of Cheshire, while Macclesfields use the same cross, in the same colors, as Baths/Atha's. That cross got to the Randolphs (bat as code for Baths), the first earls of Moray.

The Baths/Atha's were first found in the same place as Badens/Battins that trace to Badenoch at the Moray theater, and the latter did trace well to Baden of Germany, location of Stuttgart. We're making sense.

But I claim that Macclesfields were Maxwells, suggesting that they may have derived in "Maccus," which is exactly what the write-up of Scottish Maxwells claims. There was even a Maxwell-Ros Coat using water bougets, symbol of Bosco-related Rose's who lived beside Ross-shire. Rose's use the same boar head as Less'. As the Nottinghamshire Bugs use the water BOUGet too, it's notable that the three bougets of the Rose's are in the positioning of the three ravens of German Bugs and the Varenne's.

The Maxwells are traced to the Tweed river, which flows to Berwick, a good reason for identifying the Mackay bear with Barwicks and Berwickshire, and a good reason for equating Maxwells and Maxtons with Mackays. The red-on-white saltire of Maxwell-Ros's is likely that of the Tweeds, but then see how the Tweed Crest is possibly the white bull head of Haughts for a Mieszko trace to this Maccus picture. In fact, a few minute's before seeing the Tweed Coat again, I was wondering whether "Tweed" was a variation from "Sweet." If so, Mieszko liners (which were in Nottingham) were heavily on the Tweed.

Berwickshire is where Ade's were first found that have traced to Ada of Warenne, the raven liners who married Morggan. The Artems/Aitons (rose's likely for the Rose's) may be using the Bath / Randolph / Macclesfield cross in colors reversed, but see also the Haddingtons, for they were not far north of the Tweed. I'm guessing that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tweeds is that of Saluzzo's, explaining how Busca elements may have been in the Bosco's. Variations of Bosco's (in Boy colors) may suggest the Boii, expected where Moray was also called, Moravia.

Maccus' family had invaded Wales from the north, from what is now called Mona, the same name as the Isle of Man, the Manx people of which I traced to "Manche" years before knowing Maccus. There is now good logic for that trace where Maccus was into Cheshire, for Masseys/Maceys of that place were from Manche. But there are other gleanings here that justify my talk of mythical ORTHOS in Northern Wales, a thing I claimed before knowing that ORDOvices lived in northern Wales. Northern Wales is Gwynedd, what I see as Arthur's wife, and so I now need to trace it to Fano, and the Arthur-related Fane's/Vane's/Veynes, and for this reason I'm entertaining the Devane variation of Fane's with "Davenport." The Davenport symbol is chiefly the fitchee cross, and while I'm entertaining a trace of the Argyllshire Herods/Haralds to Harald, father of Maccus, I see that the Fitch chevron is in the colors of the Herod/Harald fesse. The Fitch chevron is surrounded by so-called leopard FACE's while Face's/Fessys use the same cross as Macclesfields, a further good reason to link Davenports to Fitch's (erect sword).

The "Esperance" motto of Fitch's and others was traced to the mythical Hesperides that touched upon Orthos mythology. Hesperides was a far-west (Atlantean) apple orchard controlled by 100-headed Ladon. This is reason to expect Pisidians in this Cheshire picture, and lines all the way back to Laish and company, and so let's first of all mention that Hercules, the extension of the Samson proto-Danaans expected through Laish, is the one who killed Orthos, the two headed dog in a far-west city that myth writers called, Erytheia, which I identified as Erethlyn (known viking port) in Gwynedd before knowing of that area's Ordovices. Keep in mind that Pisa was home to Amazons = proto-Masseys...meaning that Maccus is expected from them, and then entertain Pisidians with "Bistones" from north-African Amazons. Plato said that western Atlantis was ruled by Poseidon, code for Pisidians, and while Atlanteans are generally regarded as Tyrians, that's where the Laish theater comes in. The chief son of Atlantean Poseidon was Atlas, code for the Atlas mountains in the Amazonian part of north Africa. Mosca's were first found in Pisa.

Atlantean Hercules was given the so-called "pillars of Hercules," and the Bosco Coat happens to use "silver pillars, out of each, a gold tuft of grass." Bosco's are in Grass colors, and Tufts/Tafts/Tuff's were first found in Cheshire, and may have been from the Taffian pirates (lived in Akheloos, where mythical Sirens originated) whom I identify with "Daphne," i.e. the line from Daphne near Laish to the Ladon river of Pisidia. It's making sense. The Tuft Crest is said to be a phoenix, red, the Molle-Crest symbol too, and I happened to trace mythical Phoenix to "Panias," smack at, or beside, Laish! The Dan liners of Laish are expected in DENbigh, beside Gwynedd. The black eagle of Hagels can apply to the phoenix because "Hagel" traced convincingly to "Akheloos." It looks like the Akheloos was the reason for at least some heraldic eagles.

While "Erytheia" is said to mean, red, recall the red tusk of Molle's, for the Less', suspect from Eliphas-suspect Lapiths (i.e. red-colored Edomites) of Lesbos, use a red boar (especially suspect with Edomites), and then note that the black Maxwell eagle has red legs, probably code for the human legs that are the Arms of Man, which are a virtual copy of the Gorgonic Arms of Sicily expected from African Gorgons. Orthos was owned by Gorgon-like Geryon, whom Hercules killed at Erytheia. Geryon owned bulls, symbol of Buckleys whom I'm tracing to Buxentum, near Sicily. Feasibly, bosen = bull is behind the naming of Buxentum, but let's also mention the Welsh Bachs (use red), first found in Denbighshire, for German Bachs use the bull. Note that Bosens (use red) are in Bosco / Bush/Bosco colors while Dutch Bush's come up as "Bos" too. It begs the question of whether Buxentum was a line from Edom's Bozrah to the naming of POSeidon, especially as Buxentum was near Posidonia.

Not long ago, within the last year or two, an Arddu location in the Ordovices part of Wales was found, and then, not much later, within the last year, "Artem" was checked amongst surnames to see if it could link to Artemidoros. It did link Arthurs solidly to Artemidoros, making Amyntes and Brogitarus, and the Bassus', suspect in all sorts of surnames. The poing-poing here is that Artems/Aitons, now tracing with Ade's/Aide's to Quadratilla Bassus, use an "orto" motto term, tending to trace Arthurs and Artems (first found in the same place) to Arddu. That doesn't at all contradict with an Arthur trace to the Arduinici, for they were in Ivrea while Leavells were at Yvery while it's Levi's who honor the Ade's. It's like a pin-ball machine where you never know how the ball will turn once it gets rolling.

Now Levi liners to Laevillus are expected from the Laevi Gauls / Ligurians on the Ticino, and these Levi liners, because the Laevi predated the Sadducees and Pharisees, are expected to be from Jonathan the Levite, priest of the proto-Danaans at Laish. Jonathan is in the book of Judges. His Levite line is then expected to the Sadducees and/or Pharisees, and so note that Saddocks were first found in the same place as Deans, Diens, Dans, Danners and similar others. Saddocks use a so-called escutcheon, in the colors of the one upon the breast of the Maxwell eagle, and so Sadducees can trace to a Sitric line, expected where Maccus is viewed as a Maccabee line, which can explain why Haralds have a Herod variation.


Ada of Warenne From Lombardy

For this discussion, we now go back with "Sitric" to Scidrus, beside Buxentum, but this time we're going to trace the Buxentum area to Milan, in Lombardy, where Bosens (bull holds a "banner") were first found that are suspect from "BUXENtum. Lombardy is also where Others derived that formed the Windsors. And Scottish Milans are the Millens said to be of the Buxentum-based Buchanans. That's a neat-little package. But the founders of Milan, which was called by a Med term in the beginning, were the Insubres, a term that can trace to the Inch location in Cheshire i.e. revealing that Inch was yet another settlement of the Sitric line into Cheshire. The Inch Coat is essentially the Ince Coat, and the similar Innis' were first found at Morayshire, where Maccus liners traced from Cheshire. It's the green Innis snake that convinced me of a trace to whatever named the Insubres, for the original Visconti snake was green, and Visconti's ruled at Milan.

Therefore, I am reasoning that InSUBRES were partly named after Sybaris, not far from Buxentum, and to this we need to add that Wikipedia claims the founding of neighboring Laus -- suspect with Laish liners - from the inhabitants of Sybaris. I am lost at explaining why "Sybaris" should be fronted with an "In(s)" term, however, if indeed that's what happened. But the Insubres are expected to have covered the Ticino theater, you see, where I would expect lines from Jonathan of Judges. See map if you need to:
http://www.tribwatch.com/mapLucania.jpg

The advantageous thing is, ancients had traced peoples of Sybaris to the Ladon-river area of Greece, that being in Achaea, which is essentially the Pisa area. Of special note here is that Sobeks use a buckle, which may trace Sobeks, a Polish line, to Buxentum with the InSUBres. Or, it expects the Sobeks at the Buckleys of Cheshire, which makes it notable that the purple buckle of Sobeks (rooted in "Sobe") can link to the purple Shield of the Cheshire Pace's, perhaps a Buxentum-based surname of the Bach kind. The besants of the Pace's will figure below.

I accidentally misspelled "Sobek" above as "Sobel," finding Russian Sobels/Zobels using what looks like the Macey Shield with the Masci fleur. I recognize it as the French Gobel/Gobe Coat (once showed the old Masci-wing design, now shows the new Masci-wing design), which I trace to "Goplo," location of the Mieszko mouse tower. Finding a Russian Goplo line is very interesting for the mouse-liner prediction for a Russian anti-Christ. I can't say yet whether Sobels / Gobels are Sobek liners, however, even if they do trace to Poland.

The Sobel Coat can also be a version of the EDward Coat, first found in the same place as Mortons who trace to Marano's/Mauritano's from the Panaro river's Marano location. This is a theory because the Sobel chevron is the Pender Coat. The SoboLIEV variation is very interesting because the Sobel chevron is also the Leve/Leaf chevron. While English GOBELs are GodBOLDs, the Levi-suspect Cabbage's are properly, CubBOLD and COBELL"; they even share a white fleur-de-lys with German Gobels. Penders (lion with drops) share "fortis" with Cabbage's/Cobells. Forts are suspect with the lion of Sforza's, who took Visconti titles. Italian Forts (Ferrara) are using the Ferrari-car logo, meaning that the ravens of French Forts (French-Gobel Shield?) trace to the Stuttgart-raven line. See also French Fortune's.

Note that the Ince Coat uses bendlets in colors reversed to the Dutch Schild bendlets. Is this indication that Ince's were RothSCHILD liners, since they say that Rothschilds own(ed) Royal Dutch Shell? Ince's are said to be from Cheshire's EDDISbury, smacking of Edith of Polesworth. We even find an Ince-in-MAKERfield to the near-north of Cheshire, in a Wigan part of Lancashire suspect with "viking." Then, the black Davenport fitchee is in the Crest of Hanna's, first found in Wigton. The Hanna's then use "ardua AD" in their motto so-as to become suspect with Ada of Varenne and the Artems/Aitons / Ade's. It just so happens that MAKERs/Macks (Masci / Massena bend) were first found in Berwickshire, i.e. where Artems/Aitons and Ade's were first found! Wigtons were first found in Yorkshire, where Maxwells/MAKEswells were first found.

The namers of Sybaris can be shown from ancient Sepharvites, and therefore may have named "Severus." There is a Savary surname listed with Savards that use besants, the symbol expected from Severus Bassus. Compare "Pace" with "Bassus" asking if Bassus liners named the Pasi's and Paisleys. While Pasi's are "Pascel" too, note the lamb in the Pascal Coat, for we are about to find ourselves at Grasse, which uses a lamb in its Arms. This Bassus > Pasi theory is starting to sit well with me because VesPASIa Polla was tracing to the Bassus line by multiple circumstantial methods.

While Severus' line is expected in emperor Septimius Severus, let's mention the "derCEPT" motto term of Artems/Aitons, for the latter are tracing exactly to Quadratus Bassus, grandson of Severus Bassus. It's begging the question on whether "Sept / Cept" was a Capet line, and then the Quad-like Geddes (escutcheon in the colors of the Chaddock / Chadwich escutcheons) use a "Capta majora" motto that can be partly for the Mairs/Mayers of Cheshire. Plus, I trace "Geddes" to "Geta," the son of Septimius Severus. If that's not enough, I traced Septimius'; wife, Domna, to Grasse, and we just saw the Bosco "tufts of grass." The Geddes are even in the Rose write-up along with Bosco's. Hello? Is anyone listening to my history lesson? In or before 400 AD, the Geddes were Geds on the Nith river of DUMfries, where the Nitt/Naught surname was first found (making Cnut suspect from the namers of the Nith). Nitts/Naughts (checks suspect with Bohemia and/or Moravia) use an escutcheon in the colors of the Maxwell escutcheon, and then the castle of Maxwell-loving Kilpatricks was on the Nith. It looks like the family of the two Sitrics should trace to the Ged escutcheon, and to whatever named the ESCUTcheon. I'll bet it was a SCIDrus line to the Sitrics. Note the "VireSCIT" motto term of Brocks while noting that Brocuffs share a potent cross with Skits and Scheds. Hello? Is anyone listening to my history lesson? Compare the Brock and Brocuff Coats to the Maxwell-related Tweeds. The Swietoslawa-suspect Tweed river was the northern part of Northumbria i.e. where Polesworth-related Sitric came to rule.

The "Dercept" motto term of Atrems/Aitons is definitely suspect with Italian Ders because they share the crown of Martels and Capets (the Capetian dynasty of France followed the Martel dynasty). This is suggesting the near-obvious, that Severus Bassus led to Septimius Severus, for he married Julia Domna Bassianus. But her sister with Maesa surname apparently married a Massey line than can, in this picture, be a root of Maccus. Don't we expect Maccabee liners with Caiaphas liners expected in the Capets? Note that while anti-Christ legend reports that Septimania is where the children of Jesus and Mary Magdalene settled, Septimania is really, probably, a land of Septimius liners linked to the killer of Christ.

English Capets are listed with the Capes', and use scallops in the colors of the Saffer falcons, but see how English Saffers look like Bachs so that Bachs can indeed trace to Buxentum if Saffers were from the namers of Sybaris. English Saffers even share the unicorn with Cnuts, and we just saw that Saffer liners of the Geta kind can trace to the Nitts/Naughts. Bachs and Saffers use so-called "vair fur," symbol also of Capes-suspect Quints (lion PAW), the latter first found in the same place as Palinurus-based Palins/PAWleys. It just so happens that the Powys surname', of Hercules-related Powys east of the Ordovices and south of Denbigh, use a bear paw. I trace "Powys" to mythical Poias, the one whom sacrificed a POISoned Hercules at his request (code for willing sacrifice).

The "aut" motto terns of English Saffers trace to Aude with the Pollock motto, and Aude is not only the location of Roquefeuil, but of SEPTimania. The Corbieres area of Aude may be of the Varenne-related Corbetts / Corbins, for the supposed father of Guerin of Provence was at Gellone, in or beside Aude. If I recall correctly, Gellone was a monastery in the Herault part of France, and then Heraults are listed with Haralds/Herods. In this picture, Sitric's family can trace to Aude / Herault as much as it can trace to Grasse just outside the Provence border. It makes Guerin suspect with Septimius liners at Grasse, and it just so happens that Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg was one of the stupids that traced the children of Jesus to southern France.

Vairs are a Vere line, and listed with Verona's who share the Keon fish, relevant if Keons are part of the EscutCHEON. Verona's, first found in the same place as Lys', Levi's and Chappes', not to mention the source of the water bouget, are expected in the Verone variation of Varenne's. It was the Corbins/Corbet that share the Varenne-Coat ravens, and the Rose's, suspect from Varangian Rus, have water bougets that seem like a version of their ravens, especially as raven-using (or even raven-owning) Ralphs/Rolphs (Nairn, same as Rose's) use the Rose-Coat bougets in perfect reflection of the Varenne Coat. Who's trefoil is that in the Chief of raven-using Ralphs (Norfolk)?

The Geta family was from north Africa, as was Septimius Severus himself, and so I traced Geta's to the Getuli Numidians, and then found a raven in a Gettel surname listed with Gartzens, suspect with the Capes'-related Gardners (traced to Vespasia Polla). Lawrence Gardner was another madman writing on the children of Jesus in southern France, a good reason to trace Septimius Severus to the Capes', as was suggested above. I had read that Lawrence Gardner stole some of the ideas of Nicholas de Vere. Gettels/Gardzens were first found in the same place (Rhineland) as escutcheon-suspect Schutz's and Bush's/Buschs, which is the picture wherein one might expect RothSCHILDs ("red shield") because they say that "Schutz" means "shield," and the escutcheon is in fact a shield.

Of interest here is that the Lys river and a Schelde river together flow to Ghent, and the Bush's (share fleur-de-lys with Bush's/Buschs) are using the Ghent eagles, and moreover George Bush invaded Iraq, in my opinion, to support Rothschild business interests there. It looks like Rothschilds are tracing to Ghent whereas they traced earlier to Varenne / Sitric liners into Rothes (land of the Rose's) and Rothesay. Can a Rothschild trace to Ghent be reconciled with a Rothschild trace to Sitric? Yes, where Side's/Siders were Sitric liners while the Side/Sider Chief is the Ghent Chief. Bush's were first found in the same place as holly-bush-using Maxwells, for a sure trace of Bush's to Maccus. We can therefore ask whether the black lion in the Bush/Busch Crest is that of the Sitters/Sidewells.

In my findings, the Busch / Bosch fleur-de-lys was found to be the Keon fish but turned into a lily as per the Lille location (uses the lys) near the Lys river into Ghent. The Busca location beside Saluzzo is expected to trace to the other Lys river, in Aosta, because Aosta was founded by a Salassi peoples. The Keon fish was traced to the fish in the Arms of Saraca, a family highly suspect with the nickname, Caracalla, of the son of Septimius Severus. Saraca's were from Ragusa, also called, Laus/Lausa, and that's a great reason to trace "Severus" to "Sybaris," smack beside, and directly related with, another Laus. Saraca's, according to the Wikipedia article on "Saraka," were earlier in Kotor, suspect with the mythical fish of Kodros, of Athens, the one who had the boar symbol too.

From here, I can repeat the trace of Morges, on the north side of lake Geneva, to Morgan le Fay of Avalon, for there is a LAUSanne location on the north of Geneva, and the Geneva surname is listed with the Genova surname, from Genova, where Side's and Ghents (share the Bush eagle) both traced hard. The Geneva/Genova surname shares white wings with the Busch Crest, and so the black lion between the Busch wings must be the Side / Suty lion, making Buschs closely related to Suty-related Seatons, from the Sitten version of Sion i.e. not far upstream from lake Geneva. It's the same as saying that Bozrah's Edomites were wrapped up with Laish's Sidonians.

The Geneva/Genova wings are upside-down, like the white wings on the Plumstead eagle, and then George Bush was engaged to speak in Plumstead in the Demuth part of Pennsylvania. I hope you like my history lesson. It has the Purpose of spoiling the powers of the dragon to a fair degree, as far as God wishes to swing it. A robin told me so. If you have an issue with this, take it up with God, not me. The Geneva/Genova lion is colors reversed from the same of Dutch Bush's/Boschs/Bos'. If you look closely between the Geneva/Genova wings, you will see an arm with fist, same as between the wings of German Bauers, a good reason to link Bush's to the first Rothschild, now suspect as an Imair > Mair/Mayer liner.

Let's repeat: "The Swietoslawa-suspect Tweed river was the northern part of Northumbria i.e. where Polesworth-related Sitric came to rule." I didn't realize then that the Tweed river is a source smack at Peebles, important because the chief Arms of Rothschild is five arrows connected at their middles, the same as in the Coat of Scottish Bowers, first found in Peebles-shire! I get it.

A further consideration from here is that I trace "Peeble's" to "Pavia," on the Ticino river and co-founded by the Laevi. The other co-founders were the Mark-suspect Marici, and then some say that Karl Marx was a pawn of the Bavarian / Rothschild Illuminati, the thing that led to the formation of Communist Russia at the hands of Rothschild-related Jewry. The Rothschild/Rothstein Coat uses an arrow along with an eight-pointed star that I trace to Istria (because it was the Ishtar star), the location of Pola/Pula, and I think Rothschilds should trace from Pula to Peter Pollock. The Pettys share a green parrot with the Peeble's surname, and there is at least one other reason for connecting Pettys to Rothschilds. Pula was also known as, or had a suburb, Pietas-Julia, looking linkable to Pettys.

The Arms of Pola/Pula is a cross of the same type generally used for saltires, and while Pollocks use their saltire in either in green on a gold Shield (see their Wikipedia article) or gold on a green Shield (Bowers and Bauers both use green Shields), those are the colors of the cross in the Arms of Pula/Pola. What I find Insubres-suspicious is that the Innus/MacInnis surname (black boar head, and a bow in Crest linkable to Bowers), said to be a branch of Angus', uses such a cross as to be traceable to Pola. It can be indication of an Insubres link to the Laevi and/or Marici.

When we go to English Marks, we find the same lion as per the Geneva/Genova Coat, as well as gold-on-red fleur-de-lys, which are the colors that the English Bush's showed their lys in, when their black fesse was previously showing red. French Marks use another green Shield, with what could be the Stewart fesse-with-checks. It looks like Rothschilds, when they were yet Pola liners, traced to the Laevi and Marici in cahoots with Insubres'. The Jewish Marks/Marx's use checks suggesting that they were Khazars of the Cohen and Hohen kind, but these were in cahoots with Fers/Ferrats and Vairs, a Varangian-Rus merger with elite Khazars, no doubt. Let's not neglect the historical Melissena, part royal Khazar and wife of Inger the Varangian Guard. If she was not named after mythical Melusine, she may have been Melusine's representation.

The Inger surname is listed with Enders using nothing but arrows, such a bowerincidence. Inger became suspect with the naming of Ingelger, father of the Fulks (the first-known counts of Anjou), even as Melissena was suspect with the first counts of Anjou according to what Nicholas de Vere admitted online. It just so happens that the double-tipped spear of Fulks, traceable to the Spree river of Melusine-related Lusatia, is held by the eagle in the Coat of German Marks. And German Marks (Prussia, overlapped Lusatia) use a double-headed, black eagle, linkable to the Maxwell eagle, re-noting that Maxwells, who made the Pollocks one of their septs, trace to Rijeka on the north end of Istria.

With Morggan of Mar tracing to Morges at Geneva, one can fathom a link to the Insubres around Geneva. Morges is joined on the north shore of Geneva with a Vevey location that must trace to Vivians/VEYs (England), the thing that convinces me of a Morges trace to Morgan le FAY. But smack beside Lausanne there is a Pully location so indicative, in this picture, of Istria's Pula. The Rothschilds were on Rothesay = BUTE, and Dutch Veys use a BOOT. That should explain why Geneva's use the Bauer wing design, and can support a trace of proto-Rothschilds to Istria.

The Pula and Pully surnames are listed with Pullens, and as they were from Vespasian, a head of the Revelation beast that is to revive the persecution against Israel in the end-time anti-Christ, one might imagine, for the Armageddon showdown, an anti-Israeli batch of Rothschilds who rebel against the Zionist Rothschilds. The ones who founded Russia may just have been such anti-Israeli Rothschilds...who might, in time, take Russia over, if Putin is not already one of them.

"Inger" and "Ingelger" are likely related to "Angers" and "Anjou." The Yngvi peoples (read as Ingvi) were once the name of the Angles. But Angles became suspect with Angitia, goddess of the Marici-suspect Marsi. And these terms are also suspect with Angus (near Mar), and the Innus/MacInnus surnames so that I feel compelled to trace the Angle entity to Cheshire's Ince's. Mona, where Maccus' family invaded, was re-named, Anglesey.

And there is a Mons capital in Hainaut, the counts of which used the three Levi chevrons, making the Levi surname suspect with the Marici-associated Laevi. The Mons surname, first found in Pebbles-shire, such a markincidence, is listed with Mounts using what could be the Mark lion in colors reversed. The Mons lion is on a mound, likely owned by the Mons/Mount bloodline.

When we look at the Hainaut surname (Levi-chevron colors), it's the black-on-gold lion acting as the Arms of Flanders, and the latter term traces to Blanda for the time being, the area where I'm tentatively tracing Insubres' and Buchanans. The Buchanan / Suty lion is identical to the Flanders / Hainaut lion, and the Side's/Siders (beside Angus) use a "passant" lion in both colors of the Buchanan / Flanders lion, which can be the black and passant Levi lion in this picture. Why are the Levi lions in PALE?

When reading on the Polain variation of early Pullens, I tried for a Plain surname, finding it listed with Platers. Unexpected combination. I wouldn't have had much to say about it except that it uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Palins, both surnames adding white symbols in their Chiefs. It's important that there is an unexpected pulley in the portrait of the Guiscard brothers (rulers of Sicily), for the WIShart variation of Guiscards can trace to VISconti's, and therefore to Insubres' of Milan, as well as to Adam WISEhaupt, official founder of the Bavarian Illuminati in the time of the first Rothschild.

This Mayer Bauer was involved with a prince William of Hesse Cassel, and while Cassels use the castle, so do Innus/MacInnis'.

The Pola entity can be traced to Rush's and Fullers, the latter suspect with the founders of Pollocks proper of Scotland. I think that these Pollocks went by Pollok-like names before being so named in Scotland. As Sarah Palin wrote a book, "Going Rogue," as I recall its name, I just now looked up the Rogers to see if I could find a Palin link. Instead, I found links to Rush liners, for one Roger/ROSSer surname shares the white, "flying" (almost) horse of Rush's. Rogers/Rossers were first found in the same place as horse-using FULLers, the latter expected from ROCKefeller / FEUIL liners, and suspect in the past as PULLen liners. As Pola was also PIETas-Julia, it doesn't look coincidental that Petts/Peats use a bird in the BulRUSHes. The Pett/Peat bird is on a green mound, which the Roger/Rossar horse flies over.

The "Ardens" motto of Petts/Peats can suggest the line of Ada of Varenne. The Arden surname happens to use gold-on-red cinqueFOILS while Bacons, honored in the Fuller beacon, use white-on-red cinquefoils...five of them in the positioning of the five, same-colored falcons of Bach-suspect Saffers who trace with Insubres to Sybaris. Amazing coincidence. The "MEDIOcria" motto term of Bacons/Beacons may therefore suggest MEDIOlanum, the original name of Milan as founded by Insubres', and while Palinurus liners might be expected with Insubres at Milan, Bacons/Beacons use stars in their Chief in colors reversed from the Palin-Chief stars. I did not force the inclusion of Palins in this exercise starting with Rogers. But as the Roger/Rosser Chief uses garbs in white, the colors of the scallops in the Russell Chief, it's even notable that Russells were first found in the same place as Russells. They trace to Roussillon, the area of Roquefeuil, what a fullerincidence. This is the area that the Varenne's traced (in this update) by circumstantial evidence, but then I would repeat that, as long ago as two years, Varni were linked to Roquefeuil liners in Rostock.

As Petts/Peats are listing "Pert," it can indicate the Prater line that lists "Plain." This recalls that PERTHshire, suspect by others with the mother of Plate-like Pontius Pilate, was traced to a peak called, Perdrix, one of the peaks of Mont Pilat. That works, don't fix it. Mont Pilate is beside Firminy, and then Fullers and Bacons/Beacons both use a Firminy-like motto term. Bacons/Beacons use "Mediocria firma." This recalls the PLAIN Truth magazine of Charles Taze Russell (everything Masons name is suspect as code), founder of the Jehovah's-Witness cult, the one who supported Lord Rothschild in the establishment of Israel in 1917 (see Balfour Declaration). While the Rosicrucian leader, John Dee, was in the courts of queen Elizabeth, and in cahoots with the "New Atlantis" by Rosicrucian leader, Francis Bacon, the Daze surname (no Taze's come up) is listed with Days/Dea's, having the look of the French Arden Coat, the latter first found in the same place (Limousin) as French Clairs while English Clare's were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Bacons/Beacons and Plains/Platers, the latter using a Chief with symbol in the colors of the same of Russells. We seem to be finding a ROSicrucian trace to Russell liners.

There is a Tase/Taws surname, first found in Perthshire, which may be related to the Ticino-suspect Tease's / Tess'. Tase's, because they use crescents in the colors of the SARAcen crescents, are very linkable to Taze Russell because Russells use a "Sara" motto term.

Suffolk is not only where Buckle's were first found who can trace to the Insubres' if buckle-using Sobeks were such, but it's where Deacons were first found who use a version of the Artem/Aiton Coat. The Deacon motto, not in English, uses "In." Why that term, which is now a mystery term in "INsubres"? See the Deacon Coat with Decans noting that the two write-ups trace to different derivations (why you shouldn't trust either one). Deacons and Decans both use the same lion as Russells. The Russell write-up speaks on an early Walter Russell as witness to a charter by Walter, son of Alan, to Paisley Abbey. I don't normally think of Russells as Alan kin, but I did trace Alans to Roxolani Rus. Decans were even first found in RUTland, and, aha, Rutlands/Roushlands (horse) were first found in Surrey, home of Ada of Varenne!

I didn't know the last line when I first introduced Deacons above. It's self-explanatory. I can now add Deacons to the kin of Varenne's. If they were Dee liners, it's notable that the Dee lion was traced to that of Seconds/Segurs, first found in Limousin. It can link Deacons to Ardens of Limousin. As Ardens are honored by Petts/Peats, note that the latter share gold mascles with Mitchams (Surrey) while Rutlands are said to have lived in Mitcham (Surrey). As Insubres were suspect with Supers/Sopers, so we find a "supero" motto term of Mitchams.

In the last update, it was seen that the Mucianus family was linked by ancients to a mythical Lucius Tarquinius SUPERbus. As he was a Tuscany element, while Botters were first found in Tuscany, note how Super-like Spurrs use a single star central upon a white-on-blue bend, as does the Botter Coat. While Botters were first found in Lucca, the Lucca surname uses a cat, and, to prove somewhat that Sobeks apply to Spurrs, the Buckle Crest is said to be a "cat rampant." even though it looks like a gold lion, symbol of Massai's/Massars, first found in Lucca. Therefore, Lucca appears to be the representation of "Lucius," and Massai's look like part of the Mucianus line. The Spurr bend is in colors reversed in the buckle-using Leslie Coat, making all spur rowels suspect with Superbus and Sobeks. But what's the Polish connection to Tuscany? Pisa?

See also Zobers/Sobbe's/SoBOTTA's, like the Gobatto variation of Italian Gobels (camel), first found in Mantova, a location identified by ancients with Manto, Hyksos sister of Daphne. Interesting here is that "botta" to Italians is to fight / beat up, while the two Massai lions are "combatant." I traced this combatant theme to the boxing symbol of mythical Pollux, and he was suspect with forming the Poles out of Pula-like Apulia, for that place was also, Puglia, while a boxer is a pugilist. Earlier, it was pointed out that the lion design of Massai's was that of Deans and Devane's. I had also pointed out that Devane's/Devans are like "Devon," and it just so happens that I traced "Devon," years ago, to "Daphne." And so I traced her to Diva and Davenport, both of Cheshire, where the Sobeks may trace, and where Gobels do trace. The Dives' happen to be listed with Masci-related Diens, almost like the Dein variation of Masse-related Deans. The other Dives' use a DANCEtte while Dance's/Danes' were first found in the same place as Masci's. Manto and Daphne were granddaughters of the "shepherd seer," Everes, code for Avaris, capital of the "Sheppard-king" Hyksos, according to Manto-like Manetho. I traced Hyksos to Mus of Lake Van, suggesting that Daphne, and Devan liners, were Lake-Van liners. Van named Sevan, the swan lake. Daphne's Ladon and Peneus rivers are at the north of Sparta.

Pollux's twin brother had a horse symbol, and both men were born from the eggs of a swan. I had read that the two Zab rivers of ancient Assyria were also Sabato-like, reflecting the Sobotta variation of Sobbe's. And ancient Assyria was also Subartu in the most-ancient of times, which term I trace to Biblical Sephar, which, I am fairly sure, named the Sepharvites i.e. suspect at Sybaris. There is an excellent reason to trace Mus / Mesh liners at Pisa (Ladon / Daphne theater) to the opposite side of Sephar. I traced "Subartu" to "Sparta," and it just so happens that Pollux and his brother were Spartans. I think I have the Sobeks traced right to the Zab rivers, and to their Sepharvite peoples. HADORAM, a son of Joktan, was traced to ADRAMmolech, god of Sepharvites, and Genesis says that Joktan's sons lived between Sephar and Mesha. Therefore, "Pollux" was identified with Peleg, Joktan's brother, both sons of Eber, patriarch of all Hebrews. But this same Peleg is suspect at Pelagonia, smack beside the swan-suspect lake Lychnidus, the latter a term like "Licinii" (see the swans of Licks / Locks / Lokens), kin of Massey liners. And then there was mythical PHLEGyas, a Lapith (father of Hyksos-suspect Ixion) that is now tracing to the Varenne's, Mackeys, and other raven liners, thieves and pirates and creators of the hot breath of God.

And Abraham's wife, Keturah, birthed the Letushites and Leummites whom I traced to Leda, mother of Pollux, and to the Lemovices, namers of Limousin. And one or more of Keturah's sons was suspect with the Mitanni, and the one that went through Medon, son of Kodros, may have named Mediolanum. The Kodros fish is suspect with the fish of Catters, perhaps the same line as per the Lucca / Buckle cat, but, in any case, the Catters look like the Glove's (Perthshire, same as Hagars) honored by the Macey gloves. The Glove Crest (includes a cross-bow) may be indication of the French Gobels in conjunction with English Gobels (bows) who altered their name to Godbolt/Goodbolt. The latter use what looks like a version of the Mieske/Mesech arm in armor, which is also in the Crest of the Arms of Crema, that being a city in Insubria. The Irish Cramers, first found in the same place as MUSkerry, and traceable by their write-up to the Crauns/Crane's (from Coronis, daughter of Phlegyas), are using what could be the Masci / Sobel fleur, for German Cramers use a giant ram's head in the colors of the bull head in the Mieske/Mesech Coat. Crauns can trace to Sobeks because Crauns were first found in the same place as Buckle's, increasing the chances that Sobeks were Goplo liners. If the Cramer ram is code for Rams/Rammes' (Macey / Sion chevron?), I must say: the latter use a "Quod" motto term, important for a Quade / Quoid trace to Insubria, if Cramers were from Crema. I'll show the Arms of Crema below.

Rams are said to have had a Breseta location in Suffolk, where Crauns and Buckle's were first found. Might Rams/Rammes' be from king "RaMESSIS," a potential Ra combination with Meshwesh in Tanis (near Avaris)? Ramesses made Tanis his capital. Ra, the Egyptian sun god,m was traced to "Ares," from the Aras river between Sevan and Lake Van. Ra was related to Horus, like "Hros," the entity that I see Ares from. Horus was close to Osiris, which was traced to "Seir" because "Horus" looks like it's from the Horites of Seir. "Isis" then becomes suspect with "Esau." Seir elements may have named the Serio river of Insubria, location of Crema.

As Zobers use "rose leaves," it suggests that SPRiggs/SPRaggs, also using rose leaves, are a Spurr / Superbus line. Suddenly, it's traced to the Plantagenet sprig symbol, and as Brooms/Brome's use the sprig, I'd suggest they were named after an ancient term from "Abram/Abraham." Zobers are in Spray/Spree colors and should, therefore, trace Sobeks to the Spree river (all three surnames use red Shields). Suddenly, the Spree river, and the Speers, and spear-using surnames such as Fulks, can trace to Sephar / Sybaris / Joktan / Occitan liners. The "simple" motto term of Spays/Spree's, if it's for Simple's (same place as Speers), can trace back to Hebron, home of Abraham, because Simple's share the motto of Hebrons.

The Sage's, in the Spray/Spree motto, share the chevron of Sere's / Sears / Hebrons (horse) whom are newly suspect with the Serio river of Insubria (I've not known this river before). They are all in the colors of the Trysts found in the Simple and Hebron motto, and Trysts share white-on-red stars, and the white-on-red rose, with Sere's (Languedoc = Occitania), whose Saire variation may be the object of the "Che sara sara" motto of Russells, and the "Chi sera sera" motto of Fulks. I have little doubt, thanks to the Tryst motto, that the "Keep tryst" motto (Hebrons / Simple's) is for Kiev and Trypillia liners, probably of the Varangians, they from the Veringens, kin of Sere-related Zerrs/Zehrers.

Irish Arthurs use a white-on-red chevron of Sere's / Sears too. Years ago, I found cause to claim that the chief Arthurian entity was the Baden/Batten surname. The Badens were traced to Baden, home of ZAHRingens, and then Mr. Skeetz alerted me to the Zerr/ZEHRer surname (Bavaria) that immediately caused me to look up the same-colored Sears and Sere's (both use a white-on-red chevron). If one can now consider a Zahringen trace to the namers of the Serio, what about the Veringer kin of Zahringens (they both use three antlers)? Can they apply to Varenne's? It sure looks like it, and that can trace the namers of the Adda river to Ada of Varenne!

I've not known the Adda river before. The Serio is an Adda tributary. As Varenne's are suspect with Veringens, ADA of Varenne may trace to "Adda." In fact, here is an Add/Auld surname using the Shield-and-Chief color combination in the Arms of Crema (familiar colors), a city of the Serio. The Adda flows further south to Cremona. Adds/Aulds were first found in Auld of Ayrshire, begging whether the "Audacter" term of Pollocks can trace to Adda liners. Was Aude in Roussillon and Adda liner? The Adds/Aulds are said to have contacted the earls of Carrick, and they used a chevron in colors reversed from the Sere chevron! Adds/Aulds are said to have acquired estates in Perthshire.

Repeat: "There is a Tase/Taws surname, first found in Perthshire, which may be related to the Ticino-suspect Tease's / Tess'. Tase's, because they use crescents in the colors of the SARAcen crescents, are very linkable to Taze Russell because Russells use a "Sara" motto term." Saracens are in Carrick colors (black-on-gold), and the two surnames rhyme probably because they are the same line. This can indicate that Saraca's out of Laus=Ragusa were in Insubria, which is similar to the Insubres trace to Sybaris, founder of Laus in Italy. It can also trace Caracalla / Geta liners to Insubria, which is the same as tracing lines from their father, Severus, to Insubria, as was expected. The three men were in Yorkshire, where Scarfs were first found who were, years ago, suspect with Saracen liners. Hagars of Perthshire have been suspect by others as Saracen liners, and here we just traced what look like Adda-river liners to Perthshire. I would suggest that Insubria was a Hebrew haunt of sorts of kin to Abraham.

The Atha surname was suspect with "Aetheling," and Athols were first found in Perthshire. As Athels share pale bars with Sitters, it may be that the Saxons whom Sitric's family engaged in alliances, had to do with Atha's in conjunction with the Aetheling Saxons. Maccus is said to have gone to Cheshire to have talks with Saxons there. One Aetheling name was EDward, and another EDmond. Welsh Edwards share the upright black lion with Sitters, and show a wyvern in Crest, the symbol of Wessex i.e. west-side Saxons at or near Cheshire. English Edwards look like they use the Macey Coat with the Mackay stag head thrown in. Or is it the Sobel / Gobel Coat? Edmonds use the perchevron of Heths, and the latter use an "espere" motto term, like the "Esperance" of Davenport-related Fitch's.

As Simple's use the Burn horns, I'd suggest that HepBURNs apply. Again, the Burn write-up traces to a location in Renfrewshire, where Simple's were first found, but also where Lombards/Limbaugh's were first found (evokes RUSH Limbaugh) that can trace to Lombardy, location of the Adda and Serio rivers! I couldn't make up such a tidy-tight story if I tried.

"Nec" is not used only by Trysts, but by Rodhams, first found in Northumberland, where Sephar-suspect Siward ruled. Hebrons were likewise first found in Northumberland. For yet another white-on-red chevron, see Rothers/Ruths (Moray), and link to "Nec"-using Rutherfords, the Stuttgart raven-Rus liners. But just look at the Randolph surname listed in the Rother/Ruth page, for Randolphs (Ralph-raven liners?) are the only ones listed, and this Coat is in the colors of the other Randolph Coat, a surname likewise first found in Moray, but as the latter's bat traces them to the Baths, the Atha variation of Baths can be discovered as Adda-river liners, but only because Baths were first found in the same place as Badens/Battins (share the axe with the Zerr/Zehrer Crest) that trace to Baden's Zahringers, they now suspect with the Sere-like Zerrs/Zehrers from the Serio tributary of the Adda.

Didn't we see the Deacons and Decans trace to Ada of Varenne along with Rutlands (share the "orle" border with Rutherfords)? Yes, but I hereby find, upon loading the Bath/Atha Coat (haven't loaded it in a year or more), the Deacon / Decan Coat in colors reversed! What an incredibly-important find, for by the weight of the Decan-Mitcham trace to Ada of Warenne, the Baths ("Habere" motto term suggests Hebrews) trace her name to the Adda river.

Lombards/Limbaugh's look linkable to Leslie-related Patents (share the Pulley/Pullen motto), and the latter use the lozengy colors of Schole's, suspect with the Eschol valley in Hebron. Are Patents Bath / Adda liners? Leslie's are, after all, tracing to Insubria if the Sobek buckle does. Previously, Leslie's were traced with Save's to the Sava river, but that too can be a Sephar liner, and the Sauers of the Sava (suspect with Sarah'!) were traced to the Russell lion. It looks like we just bumped into more Zahringer liners, and while it's known that Zahringers founded Berne in Switzerland, the Berne surname shares a bear with the Bernicians (Tweed river). Then, French Lombards (Provence) look like they can be using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Tweeds (with the Quint chevron thrown in?).

Just as Petts/Peats are looking traceable to Ada liners, I find Bath-like Paths listed with Petts/Peats, and sharing a blue scallop traceable to Pattersons and Patterson-suspect Sowdens? Pattersons, if I recall correctly, are traced to "path," but that's more code-junk than reality. Scottish Pattersons (ROSS-shire) use the PELICan throughout, suspect with Peleg liners.

Why do Trysts (Neckar suspects) use seven stars instead of eight? Are they Septimania liners of the Severus kind? Is their "TrepiDUM" motto term formed in honor of Edomites? Are not the Burn horns also the Bernice horns? Italian Lombards look like they use the Chief of Italian Ders, suspect earlier with the "Dercept" motto term of Atrems/Aitons. Scottish Patents/Padyns/Putins were first found in DUMfries, making KilPATricks suspect with them. Patents/PADYNs use a bend in the colors of the Ince bendlets (which may or may not apply). Hmm, the Cremona article calls the Po river, Pianura PADANa. The other Patents come up as "Padan," and they use a "palleSCERE" motto term, that being a compelling trace to Sere liners. The Po had also been the BODENcus while Bidens/Buttons can trace to Baths.

Patricks and Pattersons traced to Antipatria, where the Dexaroi lived that became suspect with the Ticino, beside the Insubres'. In this picture, Atha's/Baths can yet be Adda liners while having a name change to "Bath" upon linkage to Patrick liners in the Adda area. Kilpatricks use the Levi lion for a trace to the Ticino. That idea just caused the loading of Patter-like Bathers (unfamiliar to me) to find the white wolf heads of Scarfs!!! Amazing, for these are the Quade wolf heads, and, besides, I have been fairly sure that Sobeks are Traby/Sadowski liners (the ones using the Q-shaped scarf). Bathers were first found in Denbighshire, and they too are said to derive in "Atha."

Didn't we see Carricks tracing to Serio elements? It recalls the "Sero sed serio" motto of Kerrs/Carrs, for Kerricks are a Carrick branch. Sears (share white-on-red chevron and red-on-white stars with Kerrs/Carrs. But here I find that Craigs, in the Carrick write-up as their ancestry, share "UT vivas" with Bathers. Carricks came to topic as per Ault of Ayrshire, home of ut-like Adds/Aults. Craigs share crescents with the Saracen surname, but note the black wolf with gold collar in the Saracen Crest, for Mackeys / Quade's use that. Thanks to Tim for the discovery of the Saracen surname. Thanks to a reader with Sobek husband for the Sobek surname, who also told of the Morges and Vevey locations at Geneva. Craigs use the motto, "Vive ut Vivas." French Sarasins (Brittany) use a moline cross in the colors of the Bath/Atha cross.

I now need to repeat that a Sadowski merger was found in Gaston-like surname, and that Gastons were first found in Surrey, home of Ada of Varenne. This was first introduced in a June update of 2010 when Tim sent in this page with heraldry of Polish families. The only Sadowski 'Q' on the page is of the Zarcynski surname, what looks rooted in "Zarc / Zarcen." By that time, Ii had known that the Surrey surname lists "Sark," and, by the way, the Berne location of Surrey-like Zahringers is near Zurich while Surreys are also "Surrich." This has the potential to reveal that "Surrey" itself traces to the namers of the Serio river, and it's Kilpatricks that go by a Sere-like Shera variation, suspect with Shere's and Schere's/SCHERfs. I get it: Scarfs are expected to trace to the Serio, and that's why Bathers/Atha's use the Scarf wolf heads (same colors), because they trace to the Adda!

Tim has shared the following article:

...In their homes in Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and Kansas I have seen reproductions of the Nalecz [the 'Q'] coat of arms. Instead of the name Sadowski on them, they have the name Sandusky...

Unless Mrs. Taylor was given a bad steer, Anthony Sadowski came from the clan with the Nalecz coat of arms. His father, Martin Sadowski, kept closer ties to Gostyn, a town in west central Poland, than to Sadowie where the clan apparently originated at least two centuries before. He was a chamberlain of Gostyn in the time of King Wladislaus IV...

http://www.poles.org/Sadowski.html

As per seeking Gostyn liners, I found that Gastons share the checks of the Sark/Surrey surname, and thought that this was cause both to identify Gostyn with Gastons, and Zarcynski's with Sarks/Surreys. But here, some five years later, while seeking whether or not Ada of Surrey traces to the Adda, I find that the Nalecz scarf has traced there in what I consider a convincing way.

Russells and Palins were first found in Dorset while the Dorset surname shares the sun with French Ardens. English Ardens, in Arthur colors, are said to have named Ardern in Warwickshire, that latter area being the location of POLESworth, such a pulincidence. This caused me to look up Ediths (as per Edith of Polesworth), but not finding such a surname, Edisons came to mind as per Ince of Eddisbury, and, surprise, the Edisons/ADIEsons, once again suspect with Ada of Varenne, as was the Ardens motto of Petts/Perts, are using a bend with annulets (Rush symbol) in the colors of the bend with mascles of Petts/Perts, and in the colors of the Arden cinquefoils. The Edison Chief uses the leopard design of Sewards, and Ade's use leopard faces. As Siward of Northumberland was kin of Swietoslawa, highly suspect with Sweets but now also with Tweeds, by what coincidence do Tweeds use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Edisons??? Is "Seward / Siward" a Sephar / Savard term too?

The Siward leopard is purple, linkable to the purple buckle of Sobeks, and then Chives', who use the Seward leopard design too, are expected from Chivasso, some 20 miles south of the Arduinici of Ivrea. Sweets were first found in the same place as Yvery-based Leavells, while Chivasso was a neighbor to the Ticino-river Laevi, the ones expected in some relationship with Insubres'. Leavells are important here because Edisons/Addesons, who even share an ermined Shield with Ardens (and Adds/Aulds), are expected as Artem/Aiton / Ade / Arthur liners to Quadratilla, wife of Laevillus. That trace is based on an assumption that Ade's are Quade liners, and on the assumption that Quade's are Quadratus liners. But these assumptions are proving true over and over again by the particular surnames that crop up naturally as I investigate naturally. I don't force anything but what I see.

The Edison-Crest unicorn is expected with Rasmussens at Akmonia, where Quadratus' family lived. As Rasmussens use a sinister bend, as do Massena's and Masci's, let's repeat that the Chives / Seward leopard design is giant in the Coat of Mosca's, first found in Piast-suspect Pisa, that being in Tuscany, origin of the Mussen-like Mucianus bloodline that was shown to have a left-hand / sinister symbol. We saw another sinister-rising bend in this update in the Maker/Mack surname, looked up as per Ince-in-MAKERfield. The Pisa surname may be using the Massin/Mason lion. It's clear that Massins and the like are from mythical Hippodama, Amazon queen of Pisa, wife of Jonathan-suspect OenoMAUS. That's Jonathan the pagan Levite of Laish. Possibly, the "In" that fronts "Insubres" was an Ino term, that being Ino, chief goddess of Etruscans, same as Juno, from the Una river that was also the OENeus river, the line from Oenomaus, right? Remember, Sybaris, suspect with the Insubres, was traced by ancients to Achaea, land of Oenomaus. Mythical Oeneus was father of METHoni/Modon of Messene (not far from Pisa), and Insubres founded MEDiolanum. That works extremely well, and Masci's were even first found in the Insubres / Laevi theater. The UNIcorn has become suspect as code for Una liners, especially as Maezaei lived on/off the Una.

The Mosca's/Muscas' are in the Drake motto because Mosca's were in Sicily near Agrigento's Drago river. But the Craigs, just linked above with Bathers/Atha's, were traced to "ACRAGas," a version of "Agrigento." And then, as per the trace of Patrick liners to the Adda, let's remention that Patrick liners were at Antipatria, upon the Apsus river, while the Drago was also the Hypsas river.

"The Roman historian, Livy, wrote about the Insubres. According to his writings all of Northern Italy (between the northern and western Alpine watershed, the rivers ADDA and Oglio...)." Just contemplate on a Quade trace to the Adda river, and an Adda trace with Laevi Ligurians to Mr. Laevillus. One of his names was Lupus, and Quade's use the wolf. The Adda flows to Cremona, where purple-line suspect, general Scipio, was stationed when king Massena engaged him. Crombys use a BOTTONy cross, code for Buttons/Bidens, whom are said to have officiated at Bath and Wells of Somerset, that being of the Bath/Atha surname. You can't argue withy the facts. Buttons just traced Baths/Atha's to Cremona, location of the Adda. The Cromby cross is no longer showing buttons at the ends, but the description still has it: "A green shield with a silver cross bottony, and a red lion passant on a silver chief." Crombys are in the colors of the Arms of Lombardy.
http://www.free-coat-of-arms.com/

Cromwells use a red Chief, the color of the Chief in the Arms of Crema. Cromwells were first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as Pelican-using Pelles' suspect in the "palleSCERE" motto term of Patents/Padans and pelican-using Pulleys/Pullens. The Cromwell bend is in the colors of the same of Claro's/Charo's with a Chiaro variation suspect with Montechiaro, the entity married by Mosca's. Furthermore, while English Josephs use a "charo" motto term, French Josephs once showed a swan, symbol, apparently, of the Cromwell Crest, yet it's called a pelican at the description website. I have never seen such a pelican that looks like a swan. Perhaps the surname uses both. It just so happens that the Serio surname, in the colors of the Cromwell / Charo bend, was first found in Ferrara, where Charo's were first found. Curiously, the Serio's are listed with Seniors/Signori's.

The Serio's/Seniors use nothing but a chevron, as with the Demy's/Dumais'/DuMAYs. English Mays then use a leopard's head (not a face), and we saw leopard's heads in the Edison Chief, which were of the Mosco leopard design. That tends to clinch the link of Serio's/Seniors/Signori's to Joseph-beloved Charo's/Claro's. Possibly, the Senior variation named SINclairs/Suns/Saints, for the latter are known to have been Claro's originally. Rollo was a Claro, and Rollo's use the same chevron as Serio's/Seniors. No Guff.

However, as Josephs use the swan, what about a Senior trace to the Sane's listed with swan-using Sions/Sine's/Swans? This can trace Sinclairs to Sion liners. It's as if to say that there were Claro / Clare liners, and then there was a branch, the Sinclairs, or Claro liners hooking up with Seniors.

Yet, to complicate the matter, Sion was inhabited by Seatons said to be of a Say location, wherefore what about Senors ("Medio" motto term) that list "SAYnor"? The Senor/Saynor Coat looks linkable to the Geneva/Genova Coat, and Signori-like Segni's/Segurana's were first found in Genova. They trace definitely by their moline to Seagers, likely kin of Sawyers, both first found in the same place as Senors/Saynors! The latter even use a couchant leopard (lying down, that is), as do Sarah's/SAYers. As the latter show an ancient Seer variation, while Senors/Saynors use a "Medio" motto term that can be from Mediolanum in downtown Insubria, it looks like Serio-river clans had merged with Segni and Sion/Sitten liners (not likely identical to begin with), and so let's not neglect the "signo" motto term of Face's/Fessys likely honored in leopard faces (because Fessys had a fundamental link to some leopard entity, as do Sayers and kin). Until now, Sarahs/Sayers were viewed as a branch of Sauers, from the Sau/Sava river, but Sayers now look exclusively like Say liners.

One can now clinch the idea that Sinclairs were Sion liners, for Seins, sharing "fortuna" with Rollo's, are listed with Sime's/Sims, first found in the same place (East Lothian) as Seatons. Senors/Saynors even use a "tutiSIMUS" motto term, while Rollo's use "tout." The Rollo link to Seatons of Sitten and Sion has been clinched...without even a clue for a link previously, aside from the Sinclairs living at Roslin of Midlothian. Fortuna's and the Sion Crest share the white talbot. The Seins/Sime's use the same chevron as Sere's / Sears et-al, and the Adda river has a source in southern Switzerland i.e. not far from Sion.

English Fortune's were first found in the same place as Seatons. That's explains the motto term.

While Some's are listed with Sions, Same's/Sams/Sammes' use the same lion as Sutys that share a "hazard" motto term with Seatons. This latter part is most-excellent even though it spoils my trace of Sams/Sammes' to "Samson." I had noted that the Sam/Sammes lion has drops along with the Jones lion, and I claimed that this was from Jonathan, the Levite priest of the Samson-line "Daniy" in Laish. That was about a decade ago. I then floundered for a decade when seeking evidence of a Seaton trace to the Sidonians that owned Laish, but here, just weeks or months after confidently accepting a Seaton identification with Sidonians, it was proven that Seatons trace to the Sammes lion, albeit the Sammes surname appears to be a variation of "Sion" or its branches. Laish was at the foot of mount Sion in Phoenicia.

Fortuna's trace to the Clausula river, highly suspect at its Cupionich location, that suspect in-turn with the line to Caepionis', and therefore to Joseph Caiaphas. There is a Decani location to the near-east of the Clausula that can trace with Decans and Deacons (kin of Baths/Atha's) to the Adda river. That migration is what allows Fortuna liners at the Clausula to follow suit.

The Sein/Sime's description even traces to Alberts of Bononia, but also to the Walsers, the latter known to be named after Wallis canton that surrounds Sion: "A red shield on a silver chevron between two spur rowels and a halbert in base, three ravens." The "halberd" axe is used by Walsers, and is code for Alberts. Payens, who use spur rowels, traced to Panico's of Bononia. Spur rowels are now suspect with Spree/Spray and Sprigg liners, and it just so happens that Spree's are the ones with a Coat like that of the Bononia Guido's, who had some relationship with Alberts, I can't recall the details. Dutch Walsers use a white moline, the color of Sarasin moline, the latter in the colors of the Swiss cross. The Halpert surname (wolf) not only uses "halpert" axes (with gold staves), and not only has the same chevron as halbert-using Seins/Sime's, but was first found in the same place as Rollo's.

The Face's/Fessys not only use the Bath/Atha cross again, but a "Sub" motto term. They had traces (last August) to the Fieschi of Genova along with Seaton-related Side's and Ghents. While Ade's with Eddie variation are in Fessy colors, the leopard face in the Ade/Eddie Crest comes with a gold fleur-de-lys, symbol of EDwards. The latter use it in gold-on-black, the colors of the same of Addingtons who likewise use "sub" in their motto. The fleur are in the colors of the Ghent / Side / Bush eagles, and the Bush's even use a fleur in the same colors. As Haddingtons (from Haddington, general location of Seatons) use the Fessy cross in colors reversed, they are highly suspect with Adda-river liners, especially if Keaths are a branch of Heths/Heaths. Keiths are Catti peoples while a catamountain is in the Addington Crest.

The Fessy write-up tells of an INvesiatis character, putting into use an "In" prefix, as is suspect with "Insubres." "InVESIatis even looks linkable to Visconti's i.e. of Milan. There is a Seyssel location shortly downstream from lake Geneva that may have been a Say liner, which I re-mention because it's near Innus-like Annecy. As Innus' are said to be Angus liners, re-consider the Annas star used in the Angus Coat, and assume a trace of "Annas" to "Annecy," not far north from Aosta. If the Insubres contacted the Laevi, why nor also the Ananes Gauls suspect with Ananus/Annas/Hanan, the leader of the wolf pack that had Jesus killed. Ananes Gauls were at Placentia, smack beside Cremona, and the latter was at the end of the Adda river out of Insubria. Previously, the "In" prefix was entertained with Ina, or the entity from the Oeneus river suspect with both Aeneas, an Annas-like term, and with Jonathan the pagan Levite. Mythical Aeneus, almost "Aeneas," is said to be from Aenus, at the mouth of the Hebros river that may have had the Hebrews now being found stacked in Insubria. The Sale location shown on the alternative map below, right beside Aenus, may have led to the Salassi of Aosta (where I trace Laus), within reach of Insubres. It might explain why Ince's and Inch's share a black-on-white bend with Sale's, and why they were both first found in Cheshire. Plus, while Insubres are being traced to Laus-related Sybaris, with Laus beside Scidrus, there was a Skudra location in Thrace, at an unknown location, but the Hebros river was downtown Thrace. On top of that, the Skits, Skeets', and Scheds, suspect from Skudra / Scidrus elements, use the potent cross (no Potent surname comes up) suspect with Patents/Padans and Patents/Padyns, now being entertained with versions of the Po river, where the mouth of the Adda is, and where we find Placentia. The Trebbia river, suspect with the Traby scarf, has a mouth at Placentia. Are we making sense?
http://www.tribwatch.com/mapAncientIllyrium.jpg

Plus, Varenne-like "Varni" was suspect with whatever named Pharisees, and one option became Perusia, where Chappes-related Ottone's were first found, suspect with Ottone Visconti, first Visconti ruler of Insubria's Milan. Chappes', Lys', Levi's and Varenne-suspect Verona's were all first found in Perusia-like Paris, and the Parisii of that place were found to be Gorgons from Parium/Parion, a Gorgon-Muse location, and Mysian origin of mythical Paris (son of Abram-like Priam), of a Trojan family that was not only ancestral to Aeneas, but traced back to Abraham and Keturah with little doubt. Paris abducted Helen, a Spartan, and sister of Peleg-suspect Pollux. Helen's father, MeneLAUS (grandson of PELops), was found to be code for Las on the Mani peninsula of Sparta. Leda, Helen's mother, was found to be the same as Leto, mother of Pollux-like Apollo, and both women traced back to Letushites from the offspring of Keturah. In case you missed it, Sepharvites / Joktanites / Pelegites / Hebrews are tracing back with MeneLAUS circles to Laish. The best that I could do with "Helen" was the Hellespont near Parium, but also with Elis at Pisa, where Laish elements trace without doubt. And Elis is roughly where Sybaris elements are traced by others.

Paris' brother, Hector, both sons of Hecuba, traced well to the mythical witch, Hecate, whom was worshipped by Medea, suspect with Medan, son of Keturah, these terms being suspect with Methoni/Modon > Modena and Mediolanum. I read that Parisii of France co-founded York, where Scarfs were first found, but as Scarfs are suspect with Saracens at the Serio river, supposed kin of Hagarites, so Hagar was Abraham's concubine. If Sarah and Saracens were related directly to "Seir," I suppose that Serio was a Seir entity, explaining all the red Shields in the Sere's, Sears, and related surnames.

It should be added that the Scarf / Bather wolf heads are in the colors for the wolf head once showing in Wikipedia's article for Hugh Lupus D'Avrances, but Wikipedia removed that wolf head last time I visited the page. The Wolfs/Welfs were first found in Cheshire, where Hugh Lupus ruled.

The Sestola location, in Modena, where Albino's were first found, may trace to Mysia's Sestola, near Parium and the Hellespont, for Albinus was adopted by Mr. Primus while the latter surname can be from Parium liners. That's a good way to trace Modena back to mythical Medea, the witch cult of Colchis, where the Lazi lived. In fact, on the map below, you can see, at the Glaucus river (in from Phasis), near the Luzi, the river where Medea's golden-fleece city was located, and upon that river you can see a Tyndaris term, which is essentially the name of Leda's husband. Therefore, the Lazi named Las that was depicted by Menelaus, husband of Leda's swan daughter. And the swan lake, Sevan, is on the map to the near south-east of the Glaucus, stamped the Lychnis. The Amazons of the Elis area were at the Moschian mountains stamped to the south of the Luzi. The so-called Bats lived with, or to the south of, the Luzi, but at this time I can't say whether these Bats named the Baths, Badens, and their branches.

I have not been able to come to terms with the origin of the unofficial purple colors of heraldry. It may have been official at one time. While the Meschin-related Skiptons (same place as Scarfs) use purple, so do Mandys/Mondays while Minds/Munds, suspect with Hamonds from "Amyntes," were first found in the same place as Meschins. I have to assume that Meschins were the Massena line that engaged Scipio, and then it just so happens that Mandys/Mondays use a black wolf head, the color of the Quade wolf head. This is one way to trace Quade's to the Adda river, especially as the line of Amyntes provided Quadratus. It was Amyntes, according to Wikipedia, who conquered Derbe, and Mandys/Mondays were first found in Derbyshire (beside Cheshire). As Quade's are Maccus liners, it should explain the eagle LEGS in the Mandy/Monday Chief, as well as what should be the Macclesfield cross in the Mandy/Monday Coat. It's all telling us that Maccus and Sitric were descended from Amyntes and his son, ARTEMidoros.

You might think it's trivial, but the bees in the Mind/Mund Coat are in the colors of the Saffer falcons. Sharing colors is not in itself evidence that Saffers were from Severus Bassus (great-grandson of Amyntes), but where Bassus liners trace to Bessins and Bistone's, both of whom use bees, it gets to be more interesting. English Saffers use "A heron's head holding an OLIVE branch in its beak," and while Olive's are suspect with Laevi / Laevillus liners, Olive's share the owl with Taggerts, and Taggerts share the black-on-white bend with Bessins and Bistone's, and then Taggert-suspect Tigranes Maccabee was father to the line that married Bassus'. The Sitric-suspect Side's/Siders use the TIGER, as do MEDLeys that can trace to MEDIOLanum.

The way to know whether Zerrs/Zehrers trace to Sears (same place as Vere's) is by noting the hatchets of the Zerrs, and then noting the double-headed eagle of Hatchets, like the same eagle of Sears that lost one of its heads. The Hatchet Chief can be suspect with the Albino Chief. While Albins share the blue crosslet of Mea's/Meighs, the Hatchets use "mea" in the motto, clinching the trace of Albino's to Mea's/Meighs. The latter not only share the Bath/Atha cross, but the Macclesfield cross, making Meighs suspect as Maccus liners, and suggesting that the Sear eagle is the Maxwell eagle. Recalling that Sitric was tracing to Mieszko's daughter and to Buckleys, note that the Albin Crest uses the same bull head as Haughts and Buckleys.

Back in August, a Fannius Caepio was discovered for my first time as some potential help in finding the father of Joseph Caiaphas. In the last update, a Mucianus family that linked to a Licinius family was found as further help for my understanding. But I had forgotten that a Lucinius surname (almost "Licinius") was come across in the 2nd update of August. I had shared this quote:

Murena was the natural born son of Aulus Terentius Varro, and adopted brother to Lucius Lucinius Varro Murena. He was well connected to the Augustan regime, with his sister, Terentia, married to Gaius Maecenas, the prominent adviser and friend of Augustus...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aulus_Terentius_Varro_Murena

In the last update, it was found that the bent human leg can be a symbol of Varro. It went like so: ""Another family of the Licinii bore the cognomen Varus, which means 'crooked, bent,' or 'knock-kneed.'" It may explain legs bent at the knees such as we see in the Primus Coat." I neglected to say that the Primus surname had recently (in August) become suspect with Umbrius Primus, who adopted an Albinus character leading to key insights as per the Albin / Albino surnames. The point here is that, possibly, the bent human legs that are the Arms of Man may be in honor of the Varus surname, for I have now traced Varenne liners to Maccus family. Besides, as Macers are listed with Maceys, let's re-show this: "The family-names of the Licinii are Calvus (with the agnomina Esquilinus and Stolo), Crassus (with the agnomen Dives), Geta, Lucullus, Macer, Murena, Nerva, Sacerdos, and Varus." It looks like everything I'm talking about in this update was from the family circles of the surnames above.

When Revelation included seven heads on the dragon, the sixth was fitting because he was Domitian, son of Vespasian, the family that ought to exemplify the end-time desolation of Jerusalem, and yet the seventh head was included, that being emperor Nerva. His name is in the list above. If by the revival of the seven heads the seventh one is in view, then the Nerva bloodline is to be expected. The Licinii were discovered in the motto of Irish Mackays/Quoids, the ones using the Quade wolf heads; the motto is "LICENtiam refroena." You see, Maccus was from the list of Nerva-related names above, which i think includes Stoltenberg, the current EU leader. Previously, it was Mr. Rompuy, a Romney liner, perhaps, along with Cathy Ashton as the EU second-in-command. It just so happens that Ashtons (black boar head) use a "Quid non" motto phrase.





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