Russia Needs Anti-European Friends
What will happen to Obamatons if the unemployment rate does not rise this year? How will all those who fell in love with him feel about the largest heist in history if it fails to produce results? Obama will grow old fast from now on. There are signs everywhere that he's just an empty suit with a mouth:
"To build support for the stimulus package, President Obama vowed unprecedented transparency, a big part of which, he said, would be allowing taxpayers to track money to the street level on Recovery.gov. Together with a spruced-up WhiteHouse.gov, the site would inject the stodgy federal bureaucracy with the same Webby accessibility and Facebook-generation flair that defined the Obama campaign. But three months after the bill was signed, Recovery.gov offers little beyond news releases, general breakdowns of spending, and acronym-laden spreadsheets and timelines. And congressional Democrats, state officials and advocates of open government worry that the White House cannot come close to clearing the high bar it set."
More bad news for Obama's plot to unite the Palestinians:
"The Palestinian rift widened [yesterday] after a new [Palestinian] government, again headed by Western-backed Salam Fayyad took power, with Hamas categorically rejecting the Cabinet.
The new Cabinet was sworn in [May 20] in the West Bank town of Ramallah, a day after reconciliation talks between President Mahmoud Abbas' secular Fateh faction and the Islamist Hamas movement ended in Egypt without a deal.
Fayyad and the previous Cabinet resigned in March to pave the way for a unity deal between the two factions which have been at loggerheads since Hamas seized power in the Gaza Strip in June 2007."
Fayyad had quit because he and/or others considered him an obstacle to Lord Obama's unified Palestinian state that the whole world was sure was going to become reality immediately...because the whole world at the time viewed Obama as the Son of God. The fact that Fayyad was picked by Abbas to lead in his stead shows that Abbas et al no longer view Obama as their savior.
The reason that Arabs don't like America is because it intrudes in Middle Eastern affairs. Obama is now intruding into the Lebanese elections:
"U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will visit Beirut on Friday [May 23] in a show of support for President Michel Suleiman ahead of crucial elections that could see a U.S.-backed government ousted by a Hizbullah-led coalition, a Lebanese official said Tuesday.
Biden is expected to convey to Suleiman 'a message of support' from President Barack Obama to 'Lebanon's president, government and people' as the country moves toward the June 7 polls, the official told The Associated Press."
The article also says that "Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will visit Beirut on Monday as part of a tour to the region," and that Lebanon accepted his invitation to partake in the Israeli-Arab peace conference in Russia later this year. We should keep an eye on whether a friendship develops between Russia and Hezbollah.
I haven't seen any polls to indicate whether Hezbollah has the electoral upper hand thus far, but I found this confident statement from Canada: "With all the legitimate instruments of state power at Nasrallah's disposal, Lebanon's transformation from a weak Balkanized state into a fortress of Iranian influence in the Levant is a foreboding certainty."
Scared yet? The continues to point out: "The Obama administration's curious attempt to coax Syria out of Iran's orbit will be severely undermined if not completely derailed by Hezbollah's victory." Excellent point: on the wings of victory, one doesn't entertain a change of heart. What truly curious is that, amid this situation, Obama wants to strengthen the Palestinian hand, believing wrongly that the Iranian tide will then subside. Nay, but Iran will work to infiltrate that state with Hamas.
The Washington Times said that "a Hezbollah win would almost certainly mean changes that would dismay the West and Israel. It would mean less pressure from Lebanon's government to rein in Hezbollah's arsenal of rockets pointed at the Jewish state..." Iran would like to point a few at Obama too...unless Obama abandons Israel. The U.S. senate may not want to, but the big question is: what will Obama decide?
There's no other way for Iran to interpret America's support for the pro-West faction than as an assault against Iranian influence, and indeed that's what it's all about. But Obama can't say he's reaching out a hand to Iran while seeking to topple it's main Middle-Eastern arm. The only reason that Obama continues to say he's reaching out to Iran is because he'll be embarrassed to withdraw the hand so soon after bragging about extending it.
Just as many fear, the weapons that the United States supplied to Lebanon (on behalf of the Lebanese faction which opposes Hezbollah leadership) may in three weeks fall to the bad guys.
Not knowing about the South Stream pipeline before this week, I checked it out for details:
"South Stream...is a proposed gas pipeline to transport Russian natural gas to the Black Sea to Bulgaria and further to Italy and Austria. The project would partly replace the planned extension of Blue Stream from Turkey through Bulgaria and Serbia to Hungary and Austria, and it seen as rival to the planned Nabucco pipeline. The completion is due by 2015."
The article says that the initial plan was to bring the pipeline along the northern coast of the Black sea, but due to trouble making deals with the Ukraine, Plan B is to bring it around on the southern coast, through Turkey. In an article of just two days ago, we see Russia's troubles ballooning:
"Gazprom and ENI cannot finalize the South Stream deal as the Italians, perhaps assuming that the Russian side is becoming desperate, are demanding a greater share of gas for their own trading in South-Eastern Europe (www.gazeta.ru, May 15). Turkey expects serious concessions for granting permission to build South Stream across its exclusive economic zone in the Black Sea, and wants to add another trunk to the Blue Stream pipeline in order to become an exporter to Europe and not just a transit state (www.lenta.ru, May 18). The tactical goals of Russian maneuvering are clear - to eclipse the Nabucco pipeline project, which has been advanced by the rather incoherent efforts of the European Commission and to deny it any Caspian sources of gas - but the strategic rationale still remains shaky (Kommersant-Vlast, May 18).
Gazprom cannot count on expanding its exports to the EU, which is firmly set on stabilizing its energy consumption and introducing alternative sources. Consequently, there will be no inflow of new profits to cover the construction costs of the South Stream project."
It sounds dead in the water unless Russia can sabotage the Nabucco line. I don't know if this means war, but Russia announced not many days ago that war should be expected over pipeline deals. A war in this department could trigger the 70th Week to begin.
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In an article dated May 18:
"...Mr. [Dennis] Corboy is a member of the Board of the British-Georgian Society. In this interview with [Georgia Times] however he speaks as a private individual.
...'Most experts in the academic community believe that there is mounting evidence that Russia is preparing another conflict...the Russian Army at the borders of Abkhazia and South Ossetia is equipped with hardware suitable for a war situation, not hardware suitable for border defence.
'When we look at the deployment of the Russian Black Sea fleet you will notice it is equipped with amphibious craft. You can add to this the heightened rhetoric of Russia's Ambassador to NATO, President Medvedev and Prime Minister Putin, whose comments about Georgia are increasingly harsh. They have grossly exaggerated the danger to Russia of the Partnership for Peace exercises which have very small military content and have been planned for over 2 years...When all this is taken together, we can conclude that Russia may be preparing the scenario for another conflict, which will take place either in summer or later this year.
...'However many people in Moscow think that there is unfinished business. Georgia is still aspiring to NATO membership. Saakashvili is still in place, and they have still not achieved full control of Caspian energy supplies. So this is, in my opinion, a very serious time for the security of Georgia.'"
Mr. Corboy has believed that Russia has had an agenda to re-invade Georgia this July. On the move of the Georgian opposition to topple Saakashvili:
"After the failure of the first attempt at dialogue the opposition is thinking of new ways to mount pressure on the Government and setting May 26 as a new date for winning the battle. The Government however continues extending an olive branch -- on the surface at least."
I haven't seen any evidence to suggest that the West wants Saakashvili replaced, but the details available from this little-covered story are insufficient to make a prognosis.
Javier Solana was interviewed by Interfax:
"What is the Southern Corridor? Is it the same thing as the Nabucco gas pipeline? What is its resource base and how can the conflict between the EU Southern Corridor and Russia's South Stream be resolved? Are they competing projects?
[Solana:] 'The Southern Corridor is an important priority project for the EU. We want to create a framework for deeper cooperation which would allow energy to flow from the Caspian and Middle Eastern regions to Europe through a new and well-regulated corridor. ...The Southern Corridor includes a variety of projects, of which Nabucco is one but not the only.'"
Solana doesn't respond to the part about competition with Russia (or, if he did, it's not published). The next question posed to him may involve the anti-Christ's 3.5-year rule over Europe:
"How can the ratification or non-ratification of the Lisbon Treaty impact the EU's relations with Russia and Eastern partners?
'...The Treaty, once in force, would allow the EU to work in a more efficient and coherent manner. It would modify our institutional setup, for example with the creation of a full time President of the European Council. Some of the measures foreseen by the Treaty of Lisbon will of course be more directly relevant for EU - Russian relations. One of the objectives of the treaty is to strengthen the EU's voice in the world. The treaty would strengthen the function I am currently holding, and reinforce the EU's diplomatic presence around the world. The treaty will also, for example, be important for strengthening the EU's common energy policy, an important area in our relations.'"
It's likely that after Gog makes a world stink of himself in Iraq and the Syrio-Turkish border, the EU (and Obama?) will, as it typically does, offer a sit-down-and-talk political resolution. He will refuse the petty EU offers, however, and go his merry way into an Egyptian invasion...and meanwhile give dangerous support for anti-Israeli groups. In this scenario, he would continue to reject EU appeasement efforts because he is "scheduled" to a second invasion to the Egyptian front, and perhaps due to his failure on this effort (Daniel 11:29-30) he will succumb to a deal with the EU, though his price will be high: a top spot in an EU leadership role along with a deal on gas/oil that is acceptable to Russia.
The Western media is not being attentive to the pipeline powder keg developing in the Middle East. Russia appears desperate because Putin's goal is to bring a Soviet-era Russia back to life, but without excess money he can't do it. I think it's an established fact in Western Intelligence groups that Putin wants to make his dream a reality on oil and gas profits. The hatred of Gog that I see (in the latter verses of Revelation 17) of Europe is heating up over the issue of southern pipelines. I could not have imagined, years ago, that this issue would be key to fulfilling a king-of-the-north prophecy in Iraq and on the Syrio-Turk border, but suddenly the issue fits very well.
Putin's objective is, if it can't bring former Soviet satellites back into his fold, to form alliances with them in effort to beat the West to the punch. This is especially true, now, in the central-Asian theater that the Brzezinski circle wishes to control:
"Russia and Kazakhstan have opted for pooling their potentials to rebuff the aftermath of the global economic crisis, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said yesterday] as he addressed reporters after the inter-governmental talks with Kazakhstani officials.
...'The case in hand is joint research in the field of space exploration, as well as cooperation in the energy and fuel sector, natural gas production and power-generating industry, civilian atomic energy, and defence-related technologies,' Putin said. ...Next year opens up broad opportunities in this sense, as Russia will have a rotating presidency in the Commonwealth of Independent States, while Kazakhstan will take up the chairing functions in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe,' Putin said."
The Commonwealth of Independent States is a post-Soviet organization that includes several nations sharing borders with Russia. Kazakhstan (a member) covers the north-east coast of the Caspian sea and is therefore "sacred" for Russia's purpose of obtaining fuel from/through Turkmenistan (south-east Caspian coast). Wikipedia mentions a curiosity that is easily explained: "...officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a large country situated in Central Asia and, according to EU leadership, Eastern Europe." It's laughable to include this nation in Europe, but such is the importance that the EU places upon it. The article continues:
..."[Kazakhstan] is now considered to be the dominant state in Central Asia. The country belongs to many international organizations, including the United Nations, NATO's Partnership for Peace, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. In 2010, Kazakhstan will chair the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe."
The symbol on the Kazakhstan flag, a gold sphere i.e. the sun is a symbol on the flag of the Commonwealth of Independent States. It's also the symbol of the Solana Coat, and although one might be inclined to viewing it as coincidence, maybe not. For, I traced Cohens to Khazars apart from any knowledge of Kazakhstan's sun symbol, and yet the sun is also the symbol of the "Jewish" Cohen Coat. Indeed, couldn't Kazakhstan be a Khazar entity due, not only to the similarity of terms, but to the location of Kazakhstan smack beside central Khazaria (on the north-west Caspian)? In fact, the Kazakhstan symbol is a gold sun on blue background, the same two colors of the Cohen Coat!!
I'm convinced, the two symbols are a match, and Cohens must therefore have a particular interest in Kazakhstan. The Solanas may just be Cohen-family members.
At the Kazakhstan page above, one can see two unicorns as symbol on the Kazakhstan Arms; the unicorn on Western heraldry may therefore connect with Kazakhstan\Khazars.
In today's news:
"Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's president, has condemned European Union plans to strengthen ties with former Soviet states as a 'partnership against Russia'.
His comments came [today] at a meeting between Russian and EU leaders in Khabarovsk, in Russia's far east, which was aimed at improving relations strained last year's Russia-Georgia war and a row over gas supplies.
But EU leaders failed to convince Medvedev that their planned partnership with Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, was intended only to promote 'prosperity and stability'.
'I'll put it succinctly. We tried to convince ourselves but in the end we couldn't,' Medvedev said.
'What bothers us is that for some [ex-Soviet] states this is seen as a partnership against Russia.'"
If Putin has a war in the works, Russia can be expected to come out with every justification possible.
Britain's foreign minister, David Miliband, is about to make an official apology globally for Britain's support of the Bush war. The purpose:
"Mr Miliband will be echoing Barack Obama's demand that Israel recommit itself to the creation of a Palestinian state as he appeals to the Islamic world for a 'new coalition of consent [between the West and the Islamic world].'"
There is a very good possibility that "Miliband" is a variation of "Milner" (i.e. that he is part of the Rhodes-allied, socialist-Illuminati Milner Group), for "Born in London, David Miliband is the elder son of Polish-born Marion Kozak and the late Belgian-born Marxist intellectual Ralph Miliband." It is known that Karl Marx, writer of the Communist Manifesto, was writing on behalf of the Bavarian Illuminati.
I had not read the article above when I wrote on Kazakhstan yesterday, and made a tie between it and the Cohen surname. It's possible that Miliband's mother, Marion Kozak, is of Kazakh elements. As I didn't know of any link between Kazakhstan and neighboring Uzbekistan, I decided not to mention, yesterday, that Brzezinski (of Polish decent) considers Uzbekistan the most important Central-Asian country to secure.
It was only after writing the paragraph above that I checked for a Kozak Coat, and found a Polish one using a gold Zionist star on blue, the colors of Kazakhstan and of the Jewish Cohens! Plus, the Kozak Coat uses a crescent along with the Zionist star, the symbol (white on blue) on the Uzbekistan flag. Like Kazakhstan and the Cohen Coat, the Arms of Uzbekistan uses a sun.
"The key to controlling Eurasia, says Brzezinski, is controlling the Central Asian Republics. And the key to controlling the Central Asian republics is Uzbekistan" (webpage below). In the map at the webpage above, one can see that the way into Kazakhstan, from Afghanistan, is through Uzbekistan (i.e. this could be the reason that Brzezinski wants to get into both Afghanistan and Uzbekistan...because he and his bloodlines want Kazakhstan.
If you think it's rather wild of me to theorize that certain Cohen-related "Jews" want Kazakhstan, then know that a growing number of writers are claiming that some of the Hebrew rulers of Khazaria, on the empire's demise (10th century AD), moved into Germany, Hungary, and Poland as the Ashkenazi "Jews." Kazakhstan may have developed, at the same demise, as a region to which the Khazars fled in the other direction. If true, many German "Jews" are related to Kazakhs.
Wikipedia says that Kazakhs derive from Cumans (= western Kipchaks), and in it's Cuman article, we find the Cohen surname mentioned like so:
"Traces of the Cumans are also the Bulgarian surnames Kunev or Kumanov (feminine Kuneva, Kumanova), its Macedonian variants Kunevski, Kumanovski (feminine Kumanovska), and the widespread Hungarian surname Kun. This name was also used as a magyarized version of the Jewish-German name Kohn/Cohen, like for the communist leader Bela Kun."
The common idea that the Cohen surname derives from Israelite priests is suspect; the Khazar priest-rulers makes much more sense. Cumans settled in Transylvania and Hungary after the Magyar-Arpad dynasty had been established. Keep in mind that the current Islamic terrorism is largely a child of ayatollah Khomeini of Iran, and that the current Iranian ayatollah has a near-identical name.
The following may be incredible, but true. Throughout my reading this morning on this topic, I was keeping an eye out for a Traby-like term because the Brzezinski surname uses the (666-like) Traby-surname Coat (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tr%C4%85by_coat_of_arms). I fortunately decided to click the "Qarlugs" link in Wikipedia's statement: "Kazakhs are descendants of Turkic tribes (Kipchaks or Cumans, Nogais, Qarluqs, Kankalis)..." After arriving, I read:
"The Karluks...were a prominent nomadic Turkic tribe residing in the regions of Kara-Irtysh (Black Irtysh) and Tarbagatai west of the Altay Mountains in Central Asia."
Tarbagatai? That could surely evolve into the Traby surname. In checking the location of Tarbagatai in relation to Kazakhstan, I found that it was indeed in Kazakhstan: "The Tarbagatai Mountains between Xinjiang, China and Kazakhstan," but there is also a Tarbagatai region that is a "A subdivision of East Kazakhstan Province, Kazakhstan..." This comes just an hour after suspecting that Brzezinski was of Kazakh elements. Coincidence?
My Pollock friend, this past week or two, has been seeking the roots of the bugle symbol, not to find Traby roots, however, but because the Pollock Coat uses three bugles (as does the Traby Coat). She has found bugles in two other surnames to which her ancestry belongs. We may yet find a link to Traby and/or Tarbagatai, as it feels providential that she is spending the time on this effort right now. She is the one with porphyry, who introduced me to Robin, another porphyry victim, while the latter had traced the disease to the Byzantine imperial family of Komnenos...i.e. the surname is like "Cuman." Hmm. The disease also comes from Hungary, and Cumans were in Hungary.
In the webpage below is a short list of Polish families which shared their Arms with the Brzezinski family, and I've noted that most of the Arms use feathers in the Crest that are identical to the feathers used by the House of Windsor.
One of the families, Gryf, uses a griffin (see Gryf Coat)...as does the Leslie Crest, and moreover the Gryfs derive from "Leszek III, legendary Prince of Poland, 805..." who ruled Lusatia, other sons who ruled adjacent Brandenburg and West Prussia (Hohen domains eventually), and another son by the name of Kazimierz who ruled Kassuben. Two other families (in the list above) use the horseshoe, the symbol in the Leslie Coat.
A couple of hours ago I noticed that one bugle symbol was peculiarly splayed like the buffalo-horn symbol of the Zahringers (who passed their red-eagle symbol to the Hohens), but I didn't mention the possibility of a Zahringer blood link to bugle-using families because I didn't have other evidence. But now, as per the Gryf Coat, I have the evidence. Note how the horn in that Crest is curved twice like the Zahringer horns (see the Zahringer buffalo horns as per the German Stern Crest).
Recall that in the May 5 update, I mentioned that Zahringer trace to Forst of Lusatia (the latter uses a red antler), but I also showed that the German Stern Coat uses nothing but a gold Zionist star on blue. Who else uses a gold Zionist star on blue? Oh, yes, the Polish Kozak surname!
Although the Kazakhstan article makes no link to Kozak peoples in the Ukraine, the link may exist. The Kozaks are Cossacks by another name, whom Russians call "Kazaks." Wikipedia's Cossack article says that there are Cossacks in Kazakhstan but does not make an historical link between the two; it also says: "Less well-known are the Polish Cossacks..."
I have a suspicion that Kazakhs were the Assi/Azzi at the root of the Hyksos. It's been my theory that the Hyksos, upon leaving Egypt as per the Ten Plagues, flooded the Greek island of Rhodes and then founded the Redones of France in Rodez, at which point they were called Ruthene. Both the latter and "Rodez" meant "wheel," and meanwhile the Wikipedia article on the Kazakhs says that "Kazak" may derive "from the Mongol word khasaq (a wheeled cart used by the Kazakhs to transport their yurts and belongings" (brackets not mine).
Then, in the Cossack article, we read:
"The Cossacks of the Zaporozhian Host, who lived on the steppes of Ukraine, are a well known group of Cossacks. Their numbers increased greatly between the 15th to 17th centuries, led by poor Ruthenian boyar-nobility, merchants and runaway peasants from Poland-Lithuania."
Led by a Ruthenian? That's when the wheel symbol of both the Ruthene and the Kazakhs struck me. Remember, the Hyksos (who introduced the chariot into Egypt) likely had the wheel symbol applied to them, as per the wheel symbol of mythical Ixion, and in fact Rhodes was the island of Helios whose symbol was the solar-disc chariot wheel. This matches the fact that while the Kazakhstan flag is a solar disc, the Arms of Kazakhstan is a spoked wheel.
Also, there was a branch of Don Cossacks, i.e. who lived on the Don river, which was anciently the Tanais river to which I traced the Greek Danaans. This matches my trace of the Hyksos forward in time from Tanis on the Nile to the Danaans of Lindos, on Rhodes (before the Danaans came to usurp Argos).
The Cossack article mentions a Donskoy surname that means "of the Don," and wondering at that whether our donkey term could derive from a Don river peoples, I checked my dictionary to find a question mark as to the origin of "donkey." I identified the Danaan Hyksos (an Azzi peoples, remember) as the ass/donkey cult (i.e. Tartak) of Avvites, and traced "Tartak" to the Arpad-founded city of Tartus (Syria), though previous to this trace I had independently made a link between Arpad ("Arados" to the Greeks) with the naming of Rhodes. It fits very well.
When we see that Kazaks may have been named after (or vice versa) their wheeled carts for pulling their belongings around, the donkey symbol is perhaps thereby explained...and Gypsies, who use the wheel symbol to this day, come to mind with the idea of wagons pulled by donkeys.
Thus, "Kazak" could derive from "Azzi," and meanwhile I suspect that the Assi peoples were also the Kassi(tes)...who had a Habira/Habiru tribe that no doubt explains the Hebrew character of the Hyksos.
Is Brzezinski and crew a latter-times branch of the Egyptians who enslaved Israel? What a thought. While "Brzezinski" should prove to trace to Breslau elements (a major city in Poland also called Wroclau), David Miliband (after whom today' topic began) has roots nearby, for:
"Both paternal grandparents lived in the Jewish quarter of Warsaw. His paternal grandfather, Samuel, a trained leather worker, left Poland immediately after World War One, settling in Brussels by 1920 His paternal grandmother, Renia (later known as Renee), also moved to Brussels..."
When I first read the quote, I had Warsaw (Polish capital) confused with Wroclau, and in so doing I was ready to make a Miliband (and perhaps Milner) link to mythical Pressina (mother of Melusine) because I identify her as Prussia and Breslau (root of the Bruces and Veres) but suspect (on good evidence elsewhere) that she extended to Brussels (Belgium). I therefore clicked the Warsaw link, and was shocked to be reminded of what I had forgotten, that the Arms of Warsaw is a blonde mermaid with green tail on a red shield...exactly like the mermaid in the Babel Coat, for example, that I have long identified as Melusine.
It's possible that Warsaw was named after Vere elements, but Breslau's alternative name, Wroclau, smacks of Worcester (England) that I'm fairly sure was founded by Veres.
I read that the "The Plock prince Boleslaw II of Masovia, established this settlement, the modern Warsaw, about 1300." I don't think I've ever come across this Plock location near Warsaw, but it could very well be the origin of the Pollock surname. The English Plock/Pluck surname (compare with German Blocks) was first found in Oxfordshire, a Vere haunt. Nearby is Wroxeter (anciently Viroconium) of Shropshire (my Pollock-surnamed friend says that her surname was first found in Shropshire), a place that may link to "Wroclau."
Like Obama: "As Foreign Secretary Miliband has pleaded for Turkish entry to the European Community..." The fact that prime minister Brown and Obama, as well as Miliband (appointed by Brown) and Obama, have key similarities in their global outlooks, speaks of a Brito-US circle of influence that may be regarded as the Atlanticism run by the British Illuminati. If true, expect the three to agree on more issues in the future.
No Miliband Coat shows up, but a Milburn Crest has the green Leslie griffin. When I learned that David's brother, Ed Miliband, was in cahoots with James Purnell, I found white cinquefoils on blue in the Purnell Coat, and when I found that Ed's current girlfriend was Justine Thornton, I discovered that the Thornton Coat uses black cinquefoils on white, and the same griffin head (in white) in the Crest. The latter Coat also uses the gold-on-red eight-pointed stars used in the Rothstein/Rothschild Coat.
When I learned that David Miliband's associations with James Purnell include associations with Liam Bryne, I checked the Bryne Coat to find green-tailed Melusine in the Crest. Miliband, Purnell, and Bryne are together viewed as "a 'Blairites for Brown' group" and therefore as leaders of the near British future. I would peg them all as bloodlines from Polish/Lusatian domains.
Assuming that the Traby surname of Poland connects to the Travis surname of Britain, see the similarity between the Travis Coat and the Milburn Coat. Both surnames were first found in northern England; the Travis surname is Anglo-Saxon and "First found in Lancashire where they were seated from very ancient times, at Mount Travers, some say before the Norman Conquest in 1066." I might therefore trace Travis to the Lusatian proto-Saxons of the Kwisa river, but in a list of surnames using the Traby Coat, the most prolific is Radziwill.
Wikipedia has an article on the Radziwill surname, and shows the Radziwill black eagle with Traby Coat on its breast. The Eagle smacks of the HohenStaufen Eagle, but the Traby Coat shown on the eagle is "freaking me out" because it includes a gold crescent on a blue background, a symbol on the Kozak Coat (I had just traced Traby to Tarbagatai of Kazakhstan a few hours ago). At the webpage where this Arms is shown, we read:
"Radziwill (Lithuanian: Radvila...) is a family of high nobility which has been powerful and important for centuries, first in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and later in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
...Radziwill family's known ancestor has been a Lithuanian noble Radvila Astikas. His father Kristinas Astikas was the first to receive Traby Coat of Arms after the Union of Horodlo in 1413, which became the coat of arms of the family."
If Brzezinski and others are deemed to be from these particular Lithuanians, I would first research the Prussian Lithuanians (or "Lietuvininkai") of Samogitia. The page below is a good starting place, and shows a black bear as the "historic" symbol of Samogitia. This is interesting (though not conclusive) because I've already made a tentative link between Traby and the Zahringers, the latter using a bear symbol for their Berne domain. The question is whether Bernicians can be traced to Samogitia's bear. The same general region has a Sambia/Samland that may be connected.
I trace the queen-Bebbe Bernicians confidently to Bamberg, Germany, wherefore compare the colors and Templar imagery between the Bamberg Arms and the Lithuanian Arms (or see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Grand_Coat_of_arms_of_Vilnius.png for larger image). Again, the Bernician/Brunswick fold was depicted by Barnie Rubble, and Bamburgh (of Bernicia) and Bamberg by Bamm Bamm and his club symbol, wherefore Bamberg traces, through Hercules, to Samson. It's interesting that the club of Hercules was made out of olive wood, for olive trees were/are rife in the Jerusalem region. It's possible, therefore, that Samland of Prussia was named in honor of the Samos cult.
I hate to break it to you, but before getting to today's news I should continue from where I left off yesterday because I think I can prove that Lithuania leads back to Pamphylia. In the past, I've nearly ignored Lithuania completely until such time that Zionism or the Illuminati should trace to it. Being convinced yesterday to some extent that Lithuania is connected to Bamberg, I sought more clues and saw a possibility in Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, for the Illuminati traces back to the Bilis river in Pamphylia, which I think is echoed in the Fils river (not far from Bamberg) near Villingen; Hohenstaufen Mountain is in the Fils valley (see May 5 update for more details).
What I've known about Lithuania is that it has two major deities, Perkunas and Lada, and both are linked by me to wolf lines. I trace Perkunas to Verkana\Hyrcania (modern Gorgan), a city and realm known to be named after "verk" = "wolf." Lada was a also the name of a goddess of Lycia, a realm known to be named after "lyco = "wolf." However, this Lada should be the Lydian goddess (probably same as Leto/Leda) that was adopted by neighboring Lycians.
If Perkunas does trace to Verkana, then Lada traces to the Lydo-Lycians with more certainty, and it just so happens that Pamphylia was in the Lycian theater, and that Pamphylians had a Lydian branch in some facet of the Paphlagonians. Lithuania could then be named after Lydia, and as such would be a branch of Latin stock. Keep this in kind for what I discovered last night after logging off from yesterday's Hercules topic.
I went to the Vilnius article (below) and saw the Vilnius Arms, and immediately I saw within it a man who evoked Hercules to me. Note the blonde women with green below their waists (i.e. like the Babel Melusine symbol, keeping in mind that Bamberg was a city of the Babenbergs). Fortunately, Wikipedia has a write-up on these Arms (webpage below), and tells that the strong man is instead St. Christopher, holding the baby Jesus. However, the article admits that the image goes back to pagan themes. As I read about Christopher, I was thinking that it should be Hercules, and then the article told who the strongman was in the eyes of the pagan Lithuanians:
"It was speculated that in pagan times, i.e. until the end of the 14th century, [the Vilnium Arms] featured Titan Alkis, a hero of ancient Lithuanian tales, carrying his wife Janteryte on his shoulders across the Vilnia River."
This was good, for the mother of Hercules was Alcmene, the Alc term depicting, in my opinion, a Greek-myth race of "giants" called "Alkyonides, descendants of Alkyoneus: "A giant who threw a stone at Herakles (Heracles) and was killed when Herakles hit the stone back with his club." This Alkyoneus depicted a peoples from Pallene, in Chalcidice (Thrace) near or among the Sithones...who became the Sitones near Lithuania.
Alcmene's father was Electryon (king of Mycenae, city of the Danaans), and he had as brother, Alcaeus. You get it: Hercules was himself merged with the Alky giants. The club of Hercules played an important roll with these giants; in another myth: "The giant [Alkyoneus] attacked him, crushed twelve waggons and twenty-four of the men of Heracles with a huge block of stone. Heracles himself warded off the stone with his club and slew Alcyoneus." I assume the club depicts Pamphylians, and/or that Hercules was himself a Pamphylian peoples somehow. I also take it that the "Phylian" term named the Bilis river and, ultimately, Vilnius. I sense that the wagons are symbolic of the Hercules peoples.
The next topic as per the Vilnius Arms is its other symbol called a "fasces." Wikipedia has an article on this item and tells that it traces to ancient Rome during the Etruscan period. This is good, for Etruscans were from the Lydian family, as were the Etruscan neighbors, the Latins. The fasces is the axe symbol on a bundle of rods. The article tells that the fasces was a symbol of fascism, and has been used in modern times by scores of political entities, including the Nazis and several high-level American entities e.g. in the Oval Office.
The fasces article points out possible connection to the so-called "labrys," a double-headed axe used by Minoans (= the Zeus-cult proto-Europeans from Crete). However, to my surprise, the labyrs was also a symbol of Hercules and Lydians:
"Herakles, having slain Hippolyte and taken her axe away from her with the rest of her arms, gave it to Omphale. The kings of Lydia who succeeded her carried this as one of their sacred insignia of office, and passed it down from father to son until Candaules."
Candaules was the last king of a Lydo-Mysian dynasty attributed to Hercules. Candaules was conquered by legendary/mythical Gugu/Gyges of Lydia proper, whom some believed was the biblical Gog. The bigger point is, Hercules, when he is made (by the myth writer) to give the labrys axe symbol to Omphale, is giving it to Pamphylians! This doesn't necessarily prove that the fasces symbol of Lithuania stems from Pamphylians, but it sure gets close to it.
Since the labrys axe belonged first to Hippolyte (ignore hippo=horse prefix), I assume that it belonged to Lyte-depicted Lydians of a horse-depicted peoples, and the Heneti (if indeed they were portrayed by the Centaurs) come to mind. Hippolyte was made a daughter of Ares (who was himself known as the Thracian Horseman), but the peoples that she depicted can indeed be traced to the Latins, for her son, Hippolytus, "was brought to Latium, Italy, where he reigned under the name of Virbius or Virbio." Thus, she appears to depict Lydians of some sort...that may have furnished Lada of the Lithuanians.
As evidence that Lithuania's Perkunas traces to Verkana, there is a myth about it's capital city (Vilnius) tracing to an iron wolf called "Gelezinas Vilkas" by the Lithuanians (i.e. "vilkas" means "wolf," as does "verk.") The 'r' to 'l' modification is justified because Vilnium itself is thought to derive from "Voruta" or something similar.
The idea in the bundle of sticks that is the fasces is said to be a compounding of strength, as per nations allied together. As soon as I read this it evoked a story told by the Lombards (I think) of adding one stick to another to make the whole harder to break in two. I wasn't going to mention this until I had evidence linking Lombards to Lithuania, or at least to that part of Lithuania that the fasces represented (it's Vilnium, for one, that uses the fasces). It just so happens that the Lombards were also "Vinili," a term that could be a variation of "Vilnium." Hmm. Plus, the Lombard colors of Lombardy are white and green, the colors of the two women in the Vilnium Arms.
The English Lombard-surname Coat (variation includes "Limbaugh") uses a black eagle on gold, as does the Arms of Bergamo in Lombardy. The Lombard surname was first found in Huntingdonshire, which is conspicuous because (in the past week) I found that the English Huntingdon Coat use three bugles...as does the Traby Arms!!! The Radziwill family of Lithuania (which uses the Traby Arms), where the spelling is "Radvila," may be clue to Vilnius roots. The Radziwill Arms uses a black eagle on gold just like the Lombard Coat!! There is a Radziwill Palace in Warsaw, the city depicted by green-tailed Melusine.
The Scottish Hunter Coat also uses three bugles, and I pointed out to my Pollock-surnamed friend that the Hunter bugles are gold and green, the colors of the (bugle-studded) Pollock shield. Add to this that the Scottish Pollock surname was first found in Renfrewshire, where also the English Lombard surname was first found.
As you can see, the Lombard Coat also uses a black and gold variation of the Grimaldi and Bavarian diamonds/lozenges. The write-up tells that Lombard is a Flemish (or "Vlaamish") surname (depicted by "Wilma" Flintstone), and meanwhile the colors of Flanders (depicted by "Flint(stone)") are black on gold...just like the Traby bugles. I am wanting badly to know where the Traby term fits in within the Flemish/Flanders theater. Anyone have any idea?
I was just about to leave the Bergamo page after writing the above paragraph, and noticed the term, Treviglio, a town in Bergamo province! It too uses a black eagle.
This caused me to try the Trevor surname (black wyvern dragon), and after that I tried Tripe and got the same symbol on the Trype/Tripp Coat as on the Windsor Coat, this being important because the Windsors are said to derive from "William FitzOtho, who was son of Adalbert the second Duke of Lombardy." The Windsors were first found in Berkshire...smacking of Bergamo!
The Oder/Other surname from fitzOtho/Other was first found in Huntingdon...where we expect the Traby entity to have moved to. Seeing that the Dutch Other Coat uses an otter as symbol, I checked for an Otter Coat and found a green and white (= Lombardy colors) German one using what could be a version of the Jewish Pollock Coat. The surname includes Utterback, Utterbach, Ottirbach, Usterpach, Otterbeeck, and Otterbach, terms that could derive from a Traby-like term (or vice versa).
When trying to decode Argonautica codes, I came across the tripod symbol of Apollo that depicted Trapani/Drepanon of which there were two locations, one at/near Corfu and the other a province in western Sicily. This fits with the Traby family because Apollo was a wolf-line Hyperborean peoples of far-north Euro-Russia; I suspect Dacians and Carpae/Arpads, but the Szekely of Transylvania (who claim to be founders of the Hungarian Arpads) seem extremely relevant now.
From "drepane" comes the Greek for "sickle" (compare with "Sicel" founders of Sicily and with "Szekely") and while this is a symbol of Russia to this day (it was anciently a symbol of mythical Uranus), the three bugles in the Traby Coat sure do evoke three sickles (not to mention that crescents look like sickles). The Arms of Sicily are similar, three bent human legs forming three spokes of a circle....as do the Traby bugles.
Just found a Trepanier Coat using a crescent and deer symbol, and because it was first found in Brittany, I strongly suspect Stewart relations (Windsors and Stewarts both use deer, and Other uses crescents). Pagan Stewarts worshiped the dog/wolf, and meanwhile the Otho/Other surname is likely linked to "Eaton," a Stewart-related family.
The Otterbach surname (from which "Traby" might be derived) was first found in Bavaria, in Amorbach of the Miltenberg district of Lower Franconia to be exact. When I went to the Miltenberg link and saw the Miltenberg Arms, the included Franconian Rake is longer (i.e. much more like that of the flag of king Stephen of Hungary than in the Bavarian Arms, and moreover it uses a six-spoked wheel called the "Wheel of Mainz."
So I clicked the link to the Wheel of Mainz and learned that it is called the "Mainzer Rad," verifying what I had suspected, that the Radvili surname (using the Traby Coat) of Lithuania could be rooted in "wheel." In fact, just as I interpret the Kartveli Georgians as "kartwheelers, so "Radvil" seems to mean rod-wheel, as in car(t) wheel.
The bigger point is, the Wheel of Mainz is traced by the Wikipedia article to a bishop Willigis (10th century), now smacking of "Radziwill" (= a variation of "Radvil"). The bishop was chosen by emperor Otto II but was also under Otto I. Willigis at the least facilitated "the erection of the Diocese of Bamberg." This is how the Radzilwills, coming a few centuries later, could have made a Lithuanian link to Bamberg.
Der Spiegel magazine has come out with leaked evidence from a new (2009) UN tribunal that Hezbollah, not Syria, was responsible for the explosion killing the Lebanese prime minister, Rafik al-Harari. The evidence reads solid (article below), and yet the timing of the leak is suspect. If the intention is to harm Hezbollah's election goals, it will probably succeed.
In the above article, I came across the term, Tripoli, a Lebanese city smacking of the Traby topic above:
"Tripoli (Standard Arabic: Trabulus; Lebanese Arabic: Trablos or Treblos, Greek: Tripolis, Turkish: Trablussam...
...In ancient times, [Tripoli] was the center of a Phoenician confederation which included Tyre, Sidon and Arados, hence the name Tripoli, meaning 'triple city' in Greek."
The idea of three not only fits with Apollo's tripod (= "three-footed"), but as we saw, the Arms of Sicily use three human legs and feet...suggesting that Sicily is rooted in Apollo's tripod symbol at Delphi's false-prophet organization known as the "Oracle of Apollo." What, then, do we think of the three bugle horns that make up the Traby Arms, positioned in the same manner as the Arms of Sicily?
The Wikipedia article says that "traby" means "horn," and I don't it, but I'm thinking that the Traby surname developed from some term not meaning horn, but from something like "Trablos" (i.e. Tripoli). Only later, merely because "Trablos" sounded like "traby," were the Trablos people depicted with a horn.
The bugle horn may not have been completely irrelevant, however, for the Zeus cult of Minoans in Crete, which stemmed from Tyre, was portrayed with a goat horn that came to be the cornucopia, and the bugle horn happens to be a goat horn as well.
In the Tripoli article above, it reads that the city is "Situated north of Batroun and the cape of Lithoprosopon..." The latter term, which may be a reflection of "Lithuania," means, "face of stone," but this name was a late creation by the Byzantines. The place was earlier, Theouprosopon, meaning "face of god." In other words, the Byzantines may have known that Tripoli was connected to Lithuania, and thus gave the place a lithu-sounding name. The article makes an admission that may link to the wolf symbol of Lithuania: "Tripoli has not been extensively excavated because the ancient site lies buried beneath the modern city of El Mina. However, a few accidental finds are now in museums. Excavations in El Mina revealed skeletal remains of ancient wolves, eels, and gazelles..."
Another point is that the Arms of Sicily has a human face in the center of the three human legs, suggesting the possibility that Sicily was indeed founded by Phoenicians of the Triple-City group. South of Sicily on the Libyan coast there is another Tripoli ("Trables" to Libyans), known to be founded by Phoenicians.
The Apollo cult at Delphi (Greece) connects always to Daphne, and to the dolphin symbol that was invested in a mythical Triton, defined as a sea creature (pertaining to Poseidon) with a human upper body and a dolphin tail (Poseidon was founder of the Phoenicians, and merged with the Zeus cult of Tyre to form the Minoans, the peoples who were depicted with a labrys axe). Daphne always leads to the Greek Ladon dragon, and Lada of Lithuania was also "Ladonus."
I just went to the Triton article and saw a photo of a gold bracelet featuring a Triton with an infant on its back. This very much evokes the Vilnius Arms, where we see a god-like figure holding an infant on his back.
This may be the origin of the myth wherein the Zeus-Taurus takes Europa on his back to Crete, and as you must know, the imagery is identical to Revelation 17 concerning Babylon the Great Mother harlot on the back of Gog. Both the myth and the Revelation symbolism include a rape of the woman concerned. Amazingly, the article above says that the child on the back of a Triton is a "putto," while the link to the putto article says that the term is the masculine for "puttana" = "slut," though it also means "prostitute." You don't suppose that God arranged Gog's name to be "Putin" for this very cause, do you??? (When in my fictionals I used "Puttano" for Putin, I was aware of it's meaning).
On the other hand, since Traby traces so well to the Ladon dragon -- which I have long identified as the Biblical dragon of Revelation -- might Brzezinski be Gog, since his family uses the Traby Arms? I must be crazy to even suggest this possibility, and do so only because I see a 666 in the Traby Arms.
In Revelation's 6th Bowl (16:12), Armageddon is initiated when the Euphrates river dries up sufficient to allow the "kings of the east" to pass over it to fight Gog at Megiddo. This could mean that the eastern peoples will come to control Turkey and/or Syria, the domains that Gog had previously taken. In today's news:
"BAGHDAD - Turkey has boosted the flow of the Euphrates River passing through its dams upstream of Iraq to help farmers cope with a drought after Iraqi complaints, but it is still not enough, a top Iraqi lawmaker said on Saturday.
Iraq is mostly desert and its inhabitable areas are slaked by the Tigris, which comes down from Turkey, the Euphrates, also from Turkey but passing through Syria, and a network of smaller rivers from Iran, some of which feed the Tigris.
Iraq accuses Turkey, and to a lesser extent Syria, of choking the Euphrates by placing hydroelectric dams on it that have restricted water flow, damaging an Iraqi agricultural sector already hit by decades of war, sanctions and neglect.
Now you know why the kings of the east could take control of Turkey and/or Syria. The very next article I got to, purely by chance, was on a visit of the Russian foreign minister to Damascus, and regarding Hamas:
"DAMASCUS. May 24 (Interfax) - Positive changes have been observed in the Hamas movement's position, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said.
'We could feel a more realistic assessment of the situation, as well as responsibility Hamas feels for what is happening in the Gaza Strip and for the future of the people of Palestine,' Lavrov told the media on Sunday, while commenting on the outcome of his talks with Hamas Politburo head Khaled Mashaal in Damascus [yesterday].
As I read, it occurred to me that "Lavrov" smacks of "labrys." As I went to see if the labrys was a Russian symbol (not, apparently), I read that the Greeks called it a "pelekus," which could be an l-form of "Perkunas," the Baltic thunder god whose symbol was, as with Zeus, the oak. Since the labyrs is a Minoan symbol especially, and since Zeus was the father of the Minoans -- not to mention that the mythical labyrinth of the Minoans was a bull pen of sorts -- it's now clear to me that Perkunas was the Zeus cult of Crete under another name, tied to the axe and goat symbols of Crete: "Perkunas is pictured as middle-aged, armed with an axe and arrows, riding a two-wheeled chariot harnessed with goats, like Thor."
I still think that "Perkunas" was originally from wolf-land Verkana (I traced Helios here long ago, and thus identified him as a Gorgon peoples), and therefore I'd say that the "pelekus" term came later to describe the labyrs symbol of the Perkunas cult. The finding of "pelekus" just this morning is like another sign, for last night, after closing on this topic, shutting down the computer, and getting into bed, the thought came to me that I should try the Wilkin and Wilson Coats in the morning. I can't recall now why the "Wilk" (i.e. using a 'k') surname was important, but I think it related to "verka" = "wolf" ("Verka means 'wolf' in Old Persian (New Persian gorg) and consequently, 'Hyrcania' means the 'Land of the Wolves'."
I forgot to check the two surnames...until I came across "pelekus" just moments ago. To my amazement, I discovered that all three Wilson Coats use wolves as symbols!
The Scottish write-up says that the surname was after a viking named William, but further evidence leads back to Wallis of the Swiss Sion region, for as the Wilson surname is said to be first found in Berwickshire, so also the Scottish Willis surname was first found in Berwickshire, and it too uses wolves (i.e. half wolf, half lion creature)...with what appears to be a red winged dragon holding an axe in the Crest. The Willis surname is then said to stem from a "Baron Welles, the Duke of Somerset, a Norman baron from Welles in Normandy," and that Welles surname always conjures up Wallis in my mind. I am more convinced of the link because the English Willis Coat uses red pentagrams on white, the symbol on the Wallis Arms, and of the Arms of Sion (!); see http://flagspot.net/flags/ch-vs.html
The English Willis surname was first found in Berkshire, smacking of "verka." When I tried the English Wilkins Coat, a green wyvern -- the Vere symbol, in the same color. The Wilkins "were descended from Robert de Wintona, one of twelve knights who came into Glamorgan with Robert Fitzhamon, a Norman noble, in 1066." Wintona? Could that be the root of "Windsor?
I recall finding a wyvern last night, and when I went back to see which surname uses it, it turned out to be the Welsh (!) Trevor Crest!! I had connected the house of Windsor to the Traby fold of Lithuania only yesterday. The House of Windsor today -- i.e. the royal family -- holds the title, "Prince of Wales." I recall linking (years ago), without substantial evidence, the Wallis/Welles terms to Wales, but now it appears to pan out. The red dragon in the Willis Crest could be the red dragon of the Welsh flag.
Recalling that the Brzezinski family has ties to both Traby and Kazakhstan, and that the symbol of the Kazakhstan Arms is a unicorn, see the unicorn symbol on both the Arms of Windsor and the Arms of Charles, Prince of Wales. Note the feathers in the latter Coat (belonging to the Tudors of Wales, I believe), and compare them to the feathers in the Traby Crest. Identical in positioning and design. Then consider that the Welsh Trevor surname was "First found in Herefordshire, where Tudor Trevor was Lord of Hereford, Wittington, and both Maelors...He was son of Ynyr Ap Cadforch" (italics mine). Deep Tudor ancestry is not known online, but I would suspect this Ynyr>Trevor line first of all.
I went searching only now for info on Ynyr Ap Cadforth, and in the search came across a Tudor webpage at houseofnames.com, where I learned that the Tudor surname was "First found in Herefordshire, where Tudor Trevor was Lord of Hereford, Whittington, and both Maelors. He was founder of the Tribe of the Marches, born in Denbigh, son of Ynyr Ap Cadforch." Sound familiar?
Tudor Trevor lived in the 10th century. I found a page on his history, and found that his ancient Arms was shared by a John Yonge (also "Young"); I found some years ago that this John Yonge connected to the Tudors. See his Coat about half way down at the webpage below, where we read: "According to Selah Youngs, Col. John Young (Martha Young's nephew and the son of her brother Rev. John Young) used Tudor Trevor's coat of arms." The Coat is exactly that of the Trevor Coat at houseofnames, but with a greyhound in the Crest rather than the wyvern. http://www.tegaueurvron.com/tudor.htm
I've connected the Jung/Yonge surname to the Hungarians; see the black and white rake in the Scottish Yonge Coat. The fact that the Yonges and Trevors were related/associated (Arms can be shared only by blood relations or political associations) supports my recent findings that the Sicilians were on the one hand the Szekely of the Hungarians, and on the other hand the Traby family from Trapani stock that landed also at Sicily.
The Tudors used quill feathers for pens, and meanwhile I just learned that the feathers in the Arms of the Prince of Wales (that look like quills) are "the badge of the Prince of Wales." This tends to make a solidifying connection between Welsh entities and the Traby fold of Poland/Lithuania more solid, and may suggest that mainline-Tudor elements should likewise connect to Traby.
I don't know what the next findings will be, but I don't think this is the end of the matter.
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