In the previous chapter, we saw that the Lys-dragon bloodline came into virgin USA as the Burgess surname, and that this surname was foundational of the creation of the nation. Houseofnames.com says that "The Burgess family lived in Sussex. This line are believed to be descended from the Barons Burghersh, which later became Burwash..." Burwash? Do I see the makings of "Washington" in that surname?
Burwash was, and still is, a town in the Lewes district of southern England, between Hampshire and Kent. The "Lewes" term could feasibly derive from "Lys." The Burwash Coat today uses a white cross on red background, the Washington colors, but also the flag of Switzerland, which seems important because I have already caught glimpses of American-Freemason roots in southern Switzerland.
There may be an "Ebur" element in "Burwash." The alternative, "Burgess," seems evident in the following variations of the Wassa (proto-Washington) surname: Gaish, Gash, Gaze, Gace.
There is good reason to believe that the Burwash name was connected to the triple red chevron (an early symbol of American Freemasonry), for that symbol belongs to the Dutch Burgh Coat. As evidence that the Burgh surname is connected to the Burgess surname, the alternative Dutch Berg/Berger Coat uses three red diamonds on gold, quite possibly the Burgess diamonds [Update February 2010: the first Dutch Burg Coat is no longer shown as a triple chevron]. The German Burg Coat uses white stars on blue, a feature on the American flag. The Lisborn Coat also uses three (black) diamonds.
[Update June 2009; the Coat at the above Burgh link has been changed since the writing of the paragraph. The diamonds are no longer shown. I believe that the triple chevron of the Burgs has also disappeared. End update]
Now behold. "The origins of this charming village [Burwash] date back to Norman times, when the Manor was given to the Count of Eu, by William the Conqueror, in 1096, in recognition of his services in battle." By the time that I found this, I had already written a chapter (not yet published, but is the next one) where I happened to include a new hunt for the red triple chevron. In that chapter, I share that "The first recorded member of the de Clare dynasty was Godfrey, Count of Eu."
In that chapter, I tried to find the reason that the Clares used what appears to be the Dutch Burgh Coat. I was able to find where the Burghs entered the Sinclair family (as the husband of the Conqueror's mother), which was the family that put forth the Clares. I figure that, somehow in that picture, both the Clares and Burghs came to use the same triple-chevron symbol.
But now I find, from the quote above, that the Clares moved into Burwash Manor, which in those days was "Burghersh," and this only reinforces a Clare-Burgh connection. For new readers, the Freemason founders of America had at first used the red triple chevron on the original design of the Great Seal of the United States).
Burwash is in the Saxon region of Sussex. Has anyone considered that Sussex was named after Suessions of Soisson? I know that "Sus(sex)" is defined as "south," but couldn't "Suess/Soiss" also have meant "south"? What if Soisson (in Aisne, Picardy) was the southern realm of continental Saxons? Now recall a houseofnames.com sentence quoted in the previous chapter: "The Burgess family lived in Sussex...originally the family was from Bourgeois in Picardy, France." Do the math, and the answer might just be that the Burgess surname stems from Soisson, which then came to name "Sussex."
Ralph de Wacy was one of the Conqueror's gaurdians, but what if the Wacy surname, a variation of "Wassa," was named after Wessex? Houseofnames.com that the Wassa surname was first recorded in Cornwall, which region was essentially an extreme part of Wessex. A good possibility to explore is Weymouth in Dorset (see location) because the Weymouth colony in Massachusetts, also Weymouth, was at first "Wessagusset." In any case, do you see where I'm going here? We have a BurWash in Sussex, and then we have a Wassa surname that looks like "Wessex." Shouldn't the Washington surname therefore prove to be a Saxon entity, at least on one side? Let's find out.
I found what appeared to be Wassa symbols in the Swiss region of Morges and Lausanne, while the Clare Coat and its American variation, a red triple chevron on white background, belonged to the rulers of the Morgannwg/Glamorgan region of Wales. Is it another coincidence that north of Wessex was the Saxon kingdom of Mercia? These similarities serve to equate the Swiss with Soisson. See location of Picardy) on Artois border. To this I'll add that yet a third colony of Weymouth, in Nova Scotia, was at first called, "Sissiboo."
Assuming that "Sissiboo" was not named after the Swiss/Soisson, and assuming that the alleged "six owls" definition for the term is correct (shared by Wikipedia), then I'll enter that " Myles Standish is credited with saving [Wessagusset] in its early years from Indian attacks." This seems pertinent enough because the Standish Crest uses an owl. The Standish name was first found in Gloucester, and so be reminded that "glaux/glauk" is Greek for "owl." Hmm, was Gloucester named after the owl cult of Israel, Edom, and Armenia??? Note that the Standish Coat uses red and white colors, expected if it was related to the Wassa surname.
Atrebates were in Sussex and Hampshire before the Saxons invaded Britain in the 5th century AD. Hampshire was in Wessex, by the way, and these points permit the likelihood that British and American Illuminatists trace to Atrebates mixed with Saxons, the red and white dragons, that is. Can we split "Burwash" up into Ebur-red and Wassa-Saxon white? Does the Wassa Coat use a Zionist star because the Washington surname is rooted in Burwash elements?
According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Wessex was founded by a clan known as "Gewisse", which not only smacks of "Wassa" and it's "G" variations, Gaish/Gash/Gaze, but rhymes with "Lewes," the Sussex district where Burwash is located. If indeed the Gaish surname was a variation of Gewiss, then Laish/Laus/Lys could have been the root of Lewes.
I already know that the Lewis surname of Wales is important in the dragon cult. Perhaps it was from "Lewes," and perhaps it therefore formed the American abomination, Laus Deo. It's interesting that just a few days ago, Robin emailed me to say that George III of England, said to have had insanity problems due to porphyry, was a Lewis; she had no idea that I was about to come to the topic of Lewis here, as even I didn't know then.
Houseofnames.com says that the Lewis name derives "Llewellyn," which was the name of multiple rulers of Gwynedd. We also find that Lewis' were "First found in Glamorganshire...Alternatively, the name Lewis is also an Anglo-French form of the Old Frankish name Hludwig..." Then I find that the Ludwig surname in Germany was "First found in Brandenburg." I think I am absolutely correct to trace Lewes to Brandenburg, for "Ludwig" seems a variation of "Luzica" (Sorbian for "Lusatia"). Lusatia is also a Laus term, for example, Lower Lusatia being "Niederlausitz," or the Lusatian lakes being, "Lausitzer Seenland." Clearly, Lusatia was and still is, Lausitz.
Now behold, for Lusatia is "a historical region between the Bobr and Kwisa rivers and the Elbe river." Did you catch it? The similarity between "Kwisa" and "Gewisse"? Apparently, Gewisse=Wessex was founded by the peoples on the Kwise river (German = "Queis"), and/or the peoples who named it. I'll add that Lusatia is not in Brandenburg only, but also in Saxony.
That now gives me reason to root the Wassa surname to the Kwise river (or vice versa), and to suspect the Hohenzollerns there. This reasoning makes it possible for "Swiss" and "Kwise" to be the same term.
When I found that there is a location of Lesna (in Upper Lusatia) by the Kwisa river, I stumbled over the city that may be the root of the Leslie clan of Scotland, for I read that the Polish city of Podkowa Lesna means "horseshoe forest." I verified that "podkowa" means "horseshoe" (I'll ignore the "forest" definition given to "Lesna"), and the point is: the Leslie Coat uses three horseshoes (and nails). The new design seen at the above link is not like the previous one I saw a couple of years ago, where the horseshoes and nails were clearly seen as such. While Lesna (southwest Poland) is to be distinguished from Podkowa Lesna (central Poland), I would trace Leslies to both. As for Lesna (also "Marklissa"): "The settlement was mentioned in documents as early as year 1144..."
There on the Leslie crest is a green dragon head that is similar enough to the dragon on the Lewis Coat to show some possible kinship, serving as yet more evidence that "Lewes" and "Lys" are the same term. The "Lewes" version then allows one to see how "Lys" could have been the same as "Levi(s)."
It's true that Leslies of Scotland are traced (by others) to Bartholomew of Hungary, but Hungarian royals had inter-married with Poles at that time (1050ish AD) so that Bartholomew may have had Polish genes...from Lesna elements. The emblem of Podkowa Lesna is a horseshoe and a pine tree, which supports a Lothian-Leslie connection because the Lothian-family Coatuses a pine tree.
I found evidence that the Kwise term of Lusatia belonged to Thuringians even though Thuringia is to the south (central Germany): "Queiszig was a Thuringian settlement on the river Queis (Polish Kwisa) in Lusatia." Even if Queiszig and the Queis/Kwisa river were not initially named by/after Thuringians, there stands a good possibility that Gewisse=Wessex was founded by Saxons of Thuringia who, as per the above quote, had moved up to Queiszig. Note the double "s" in "Wessex" that provides for a "sex" ending which may be a reflection of the "zig" in "Queiszig."
When I sought online for the deep roots of Windsor, there was precious little information aside from ancestry in a Wetting term, which term is a mystery:
"The actual name Wettin, a German medievalism, was never used in Britain...Although the British Royal Family's Royal House name was Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the male-line descendants of Victoria and Albert had their own House name as well as their personal surname changed to Windsor by an Order-in-Council of King George V in 1917."
Houseofnames.com reports that the Windsor surname was "First found in Berkshire, where they were descended from William FitzOtho, who was son of Adalbert the second Duke of Lombardy." Otho was of Tuscany, according to another webpage, and William married Gwladys of Wales. Nothing else seems to be known as per the parents of Otho and Gwladys.
But, now, compare "Wetting" with "Wessex" or "Queiszig." The fact that Queiszig was in Lusatia, where Wends lived, could then account for the Windsor term that stemmed from Wettings. Assuming that the Wettings were in fact the Thuringians of Queiszig, it could explain why "Thuringia came under the rule of the Wettin dynasty of the nearby Margravate of Meißen, the nucleus of the later duchy and kingdom of Saxony."
The current British royals are Windsors and from Saxony, in particular from two houses: Saxe-Cobourg and Saxe-Gotha. Both are "held by the Ernestine branch of the Wettin dynasty." I'm particularly interested in the "Gotha" term, as I suspect that these were the Cutha/Cati holy grail that had in the first place provided the Catu portion of the Catuvellauni Celts...who lived in what later became Wessex! But the "Cobourg" term is not to be ignored in a story where "Burgess" is of peak importance, especially if it's of triple-peak importance as per the Burgh Coat. It's possible that I'm a victim of coincidental similarities in terms that have no blood connection whatsoever, but then again I might just have the serpent by the throat.
Let's take a look at the large and proud white-on-blue Zionist star of the Goth-surname Coat, and ask if connects to the Saxe-Gotha region of Thuringia. After all, the Thuringian Arms themselves sport eight white Zionist stars on blue!! Note also the red and white horizontal stripes through the lion, matching the red and white flag of Thuringia and perhaps being the root of the red-striped Wassa Coat...which Coat uses a single Zionist star. May we wonder why the Goth-surname Coat uses a Zionist star in the first place, and whether the white-star-on-blue American flag is related to the elements or compounds of that surname?
My fellow dragon hunters, the white dragon important to both English and American Freemasonry appears to be from Saxo-Thuringian elements on the Kwise river, in Lusatia. This must have been their Laus Deo, and as evidence, the city of Laus in Lucania (southern Italy) was a settlement of the Sybarites from adjacent Sybaris, but Sybaris was afterward settled by Thurii. Can that be yet another coincidence, or were the Thurii the Thuringians? If so, then we could expect that the Sybarites of Laus were living in relation to Thuringians, and of course the finger points to Lusatia...and the Sorbs there.
The Coburg Coat uses only an eight-pointed star and a single crescent in blue and gold, for which reason the surname must be connected to elements of Lesna (on the Kwise, Poland), for as an alternative name of that city is "Marklissa," see the distinct similarity in the Arms of Marklissa, also in blue and gold. Houseofnames.com verifies that the Coburgs using those symbols were "First found in Thuringia."
As the Burgesses were first found in Picardy on the southern border of Artois, note that a variation of "Burgess" is Burgardt (same Coat as the Burgess Coat), and that Picardy itself may be named after Artois elements. I found this quote interesting: "In the Latin Quarter of Paris, people identified a 'Picardy Nation' (Nation Picarde) of students, most of whom actually came from Flanders, who studied in the prestigious Sorbonne University." Hmm, the name of that university derives from Robert de Sorbon. Sorbon is a place in the Ardennes (beside Picardy).
But what's with the "Pic" of "Picardy"? Perhaps the Pictones and/or Vocates, for behold, the French Picard Coat uses a blue and white version of the Campbell Coat, what was also the Arms of Gironde (in Aquitaine). Gironde was the country of the Vocates...and the Elusates, the latter Gauls looking like the origin of Lusatians. To the immediate north of Gironde were the Pictones...so that Picardy could be rooted in a Pictone-Arta mix. Picard is a language still spoken in Artois.
[Update March 18 2007 -- This just in after the chapter was published, that the same symbol used by Gironde and the Picard surname is, albeit with colors reversed, incorporated into the Arms of Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland, in the canton of Vaud! I couldn't have begged for better verification for the above-mentioned Gironde-Lus link, and here it just fell into my lap. Cheseaux is on the outskirts of the city of Lausanne. End update]
It is my impression that the "Art/Ardon" term derives in the Ruteni (also "Aereda") Gauls, to the east of Gironde (see map of ancient Gaul). The Gironde/Garonne region can be seen on the alternative map of Gaul," and as we can see, the Ruteni are on a tributary of the Garonne river. Remember, the Ruteni/Ruthene are classified as proto-Slavs, and Sorbs were Slavs.
When the Thurii replaced the Sybarites at Sybaris, Herodotus was among the Thurii. Many believe that he knew too much, lied too much, and shared too many mythical themes not to have been part of an inner circle of the Illuminati, which organization by the way may have been named after "Lug/Lus/Lux," since these terms mean "light." See here that the shield of the Arms of Luxemburg is identical to the Arms of Lusignan. Moreover, Luxemburg was anciently Lugdunum. I expect, therefore, noble kinship between Lusatia and Luxemburg.
It is known that the Thurii were predominantly from Peleponnesia, but one is probably correct to peg the origin of their leaders in Thuria of Messenia. See Thuria off the Gulf of Messenia on this map of ancient Messenia, and while you're at it, see Gerenia (i.e. possible root of Garonne) to it's south-east on the Mani peninsula. Laas, off the map, is a city not far east of Gerenia. This is a good place to mention Da Vinci's Mona Lisa. Code???
Remember, the Gerenia region, as per nearby Alagonia and Pephnos, was from Paphlagonia = the Heneti Gorgons under mythical Pelops>Atreus. It just occurred to me that the location of Dentheliatis (north of Gerenia) may have been named after the peoples that Tantalus (father of Pelops) depicted. The same Denthalites can be seen on the Strymon river on the map of map of Thracian tribes.
To what extent the Thurii became American Freemasons, I do not yet know. The Celto-Welsh connection to American Freemasons can likely trace to the Durotriges, seen on this alternative map of Gaul" to the west of the Atrebates and just south of Wales. That is, "Duro(trig)" seems an appropriate variation of "Thuri," wherefore an exchange of immigrants between the Durotriges and the Thuringians could be expected as an exchange of distant kin.
Since I now have reason to view "Kwise" as a hard-c version of "Swiss," I could tentatively root the peoples who named the Kwise river (not yet sure if they were Thuringians) to the Phrygian god, Sabazios, for that term can account for both the "w" and the double "s" in "Swiss." It appears that Sabazios was honored at the Sabatus river, at Abellinum/Avellina of Campania. In this picture, the founders of Avalon look like the Swiss, but of course as the Seussione Celts (see Gaul map above).
Fortunately, it's known that Abellinum and Sabatus belonged to the Hirpini branch of Semnites, the latter being a major branch of Sabina so as to connect just honky-dory to the Sabatus river. The Hirpini are moreover known to be named after the wolf, wherefore we can rest assured that these took their wolf god seriously...for which reason I will peg them as Avvites to a significant degree (apparently, Sepharvites and Avvites, mentioned side-by-side in the Bible, were yet moving together as far away from Israel and Chaldea as southern Italy).
It's too early to insist that "Hirpini" evolved into "Corb/Sorb," but it's on my radar. The Hirpini had a river called Aufidus, which evokes Avvite/Avidian quite well. I identified wolf-line Apollo as Avvites who went on to found Avalon, and so an Avvite identification of the Hirpini at Abellinum/Avellino seems a perfect fit. If I'm wrong in identifying Biblical Apollyon/Abaddon (Revelation 9) as the Kings of the East, my second choice would be the Avvites of Avalon. Revelation 9 strongly suggests that these are responsible for a nuclear explosion, as well as stinging/burning pain and suffering so awful that people who are stricken will wish to die rather than live. The timing of this furnace-like explosion is just months before Armageddon.
Now there are many locations called "Pyrgos" that may be the origin of "Burgess." There are two on Euboea, which island is also called "Evia," and therefore smacks of Avvites. The inhabitants of Euboea were Abantians (from mythical Abas), a term not far from "Abaddon." The Aufidus river of the Hirpini is now the Ofanto, very close to "Abanti(an)." Freemasons must root back to Abantians since these were a constituent of the Io-Epaphus mix of Aryaian Egyptians to which Freemasons root themselves.
"Pyrgos" means "tower," and as towers were buildings typically placed on heights, so "berg" means "mountain" while "burg" came to mean "fortress/castle/town" because it was typically built on a height. There was a Pyrgos also in Achaea, the latter region being the origin of both the Sybarites and many Thurii. There was another on Samos (likely origin of the Samnites), and another on Cypress (sacred to Hebrews). The Pyrgos in the Evros/Hebros prefecture is today called "Burgas," and so I wouldn't hesitate to root the House-of-Burgesses cult (of early Virginia) to one or more of these Pyrgos locations. In fact, doesn't "Virginia" itself smack of "Pyrgos/Burgess"? The idea that Virginia was named after "virgin" may merely be typical Freemasonic double-speak, as for example they define "Laus Deo" as "Praise God" in order to hide the reality.
It's only now that I realize the importance of the similarity between Paphlagonia and Epaphus. Therefore, because there was a Pyrgos near Alagonia (not on the map), and because it was at this Mani peninsula that I had connected Menelaus (son of Atreus) to the Egyptian Min cult, I would consider tracing the Burgess Freemasons to Pyrgos of both Euboea and of Mani. There can be seen the city of Abia (on the map of ancient Messenia) very near Alagonia...which I mention because Abia is a near match with the "Evia" version of "Euboea."
As the Hirpini were Samnites, we can perhaps find their northern whereabouts by focusing on the Semnones (who blended with the Alemanni = proto-Germany proper). I have already identified the Semnones as the (Lace)Daemonians, which is another name for Laconia, and in that framework, the Allemanni appear to be from the Mani peninsula, for Mani was a major portion of Laconia. As Germany proper was a product of the Hohenzollern empire (based in Brandenburg-Prussia), I again have reason for tracing Hohens, or at least their non-Khazar side, to southern Italy. Note the similarity between "Zollern" and "Salerno." On the map of ancient Lucania, see how close Salernum is to the Hirpini on the Sabatus river. Also see that Eburum, which I highly suspect as the basic root of the Hohens, is off the Silarus river.
Perhaps the ancient writer who claimed that "Alemanni" means "all men" was simply jumping to a hasty conclusion, and perhaps he was as wrong as one defining "German" as "man of Ger." For as the Alemanni lived on the Main/Menus river, "Mani" is again evoked. The "Alle" portion could certainly have denoted the Allens and therefore the Arthurian bloodline. It would be a good theory to identify mythical Manes (proto-Lydians), not just as Mannae = Armenia>Germania, but as the Maeonians in particular, and therefore leading to the Meons of Hampshire.
It is also a good theory to view the Alemanni as the vehicle between the Maeonians and the Meons, with the understanding that it may have been prior to the Alemanni making an alliance with the Allens, at which time they were simply a hypothetical "Manni," but perhaps the historical Marcomanni among whom were the Quadi. The Quadi may then have been the Cati who joined the peoples (Hirpini?) of Abellinum/Avellino in forming the Catuvellauni Celts. As the Hirpini were Samnites, they are candidates for the particular Semnones that I trace to the Dumnoni of Devonshire. Exeter (capital of Devonshire) may then be identified as a place named by the Quadi/Cati, this being important not just because the Cati are the holy grail, but because I identify the Excalibur sword as a mix of Exeter with Halybes of Alburnus (in Lucania). The Wassa clan (which I'm assuming was Saxon) that began in Cornwall may thereby have become a Saxo-Cati mix, a mix smacking of the Saxe-Gotha entity of Thuringia (that put forth the modern British royals).
The Suebian writer, Strabo, said that the Suebi called themselves, "Sueve," wherefore the Semnones were indeed related to them...as much as Tacitus placed the Semnones beside the Seuve and claimed their kinship. To show that we are dealing with a Molech-like cult, Tacitus wrote: "There by publicly sacrificing a man, [the Semnones] begin the horrible solemnity of their barbarous worship."
It is said that the Alemanni moved into and/or founded Alsace. Never before could I understand the etymology of "Alsace/Alsatians," but now it seems a version of "Lusatia" (Sorbian = "Luzica"). It was many chapters ago that I shared this: "the earliest-known version of "Alsace" was "Alesacius." I'll admit that the latter could be read as Ale-Saka or Ale-Saxon, and who knows but that "Alesacius" could have been the earliest rendering of these peoples, as far back as Caucasia, which is to say that the Laz/Lazica of Caucasia may have been named after an Alesacius-like term. After all, Alans were from northern Caucasia, and the Saka were there as well.
On the Alemanni map at the website below, see Hohenburg (top left corner) at Alsace! Note that Alemannia and Swabia are essentially the same land. See Lausanne in the bottom-left, and as you see the alternative, Lausonensus, ask if these were the Lasonii. In fact, Lesna on the Kwisa river also reflects these terms. I hate to say this, but the founders of America appear like Lydians, perhaps the most abominable Aryans ever to walk this planet, a peoples who gave their daughters to prostitution for the sacred cause. The good news is, not all Americans, nor even all the founders of America, were from the dragon bloodline.
The Marcomanni were immediately north of the Alemanni, and north of the latter were the Ubii and their city of "Ubiorum." Now the term Ubii looks like it could use a capital consonant; why not an "S"? That is, why wouldn't they have been Suebi, since the Marcomanni are also said to have been a Suebi tribe.
Now the oldest term belonging to these Germanics was "Hermunduri," no doubt the root of "German." But could the "duri" tag denote the Thurii and/or the Durotriges? Now that I've found some solid ties between the first Germans and the Swiss, the Sion location in Wallis, Switzerland, becomes huge if I'm correct in rooting Germanics to Lebanon's mount Hermon (the sacred summit of which was also "Sion").
I haven't been able to find why the Swiss Sion was alternatively "Sitten" and "Sedunum," but these terms evoke the Sitones whom Tacitus placed next to the Suiones = Swedes. While Tacitus located Sitones in Scandinavia, one can assume that they migrated north through Europe along with proto-Swede terms such as "Svi/Sviar/Suebi." "Savoy" is also suspect as a proto-Swede people, and because the House of Savoy used a white cross on red as symbol, the flag also of Switzerland, the Swiss should root to Savoy, a region reaching from Italy as far north as Sion. This then helps us to identify the Sitones as the founders of Sitten=Sion.
That's no small finding, for it tends to reveal the Priory of Sion, a supposed Rosicrucian organization of Templar times, as a Sitone one. In other words, Zionism has been, and may still be, a Sitone venture. This corresponds nicely with my independent finding that Zion=Jerusalem was based in mythical Satyrs. That is, Satyrs and Sitones appear to be one: the Satrae Thracians and their ancestors. Remember that I had tentatively equated the Sithone Edonians with the Sintians (of the Strymon river) who were situated next to the Satrae.
[Update July 2007 -- In the previous chapter, I touched on the Brigantes Celts (of York) as a stem of the Ebroicum Celts that founded York. I had also shown reason to trace the Brigantes to the Pari Muses of Phrygia/Bryges. Now I want to say that a tribe of Brigantes Celts was called Setanti/Setani. It's too early for me to make a Setanti-Sitten connection, but if it is an historical fact, I would seriously consider seeking Templar roots, both French and Scandinavian, in the Setanti family of peoples, and of course I'd peg the Scandinavian branch as the Sitones. I'd then venture to identify the Rollo Vikings (and therefore the Claros) as a Sitone branch...because I believe that Templarism was predominantly a Rollo-family enterprise. Can we see that English kings participated in the Crusades simply because the Normo-English kings of the time were from the Rollo family (via the Conqueror)??? In this light, the Norman kings of England were Sitones, and it would therefore be a meaningful stride forward if we can prove that Templar Zionism was just from this Sitone term.
It just so happens that mythical Cuchulain of Ulster evolved from a mythical character called "Setanta," and this should explain why the Ulster flag is/was a Zionist star ("of David")! I surmise that the Setantii Celts (about whom little is known but their location in Lancashire) removed to Ireland when fraught with the Roman invasion of England, and evolved into the rulers of Ulster. As evidence of this move, the Setanta character in the story at the webpage below is said to have been a wood-cutter, while the major gods of the Setantii included an Esus, he being styled as a a wood-cutter (and a bull-cult god to which human sacrifices were given). It's interesting that Setanta/Cuchulain were of the "Red-Branch" (or red birds) while Lancashire was (and still is) symbolized by a red rose (perhaps linking to the red hand on the Ulster Zionist star).
Cuchulain and Conchobar had direct dealings so that my far-fetched theory, that a Cohen branch was in Ireland as its Conchobar/Connacht-related Conn terms, can be viable. I've even speculated that Conchobar's father, Nessa, depicted an Irish branch of the House of Nassau (which House uses blue and gold Cohen checks in the Netherlands). Since the Netherlands saw many "Jewish" bankers, the Rothschilds (i.e. the "Red Shield") may just have come into contact with that lot, thereby possibly explaining why Rothschilds used the Zionist star as their sysmbol. Yet I hold another theory, that the Rothschild star originated in certain Khazar Zionists of the 12th century. But, then, I have traced the Cohens to Khazar kagans of earlier times (8th century northern Italy and France), namely to mythical Melusine of Hohen-ruled Lusatia.
It is quite remarkable to now trace the Setantii to Ireland in this way, because, at one point in this book, as I was seeking the origin of the matri-linear Picts, I had decided to seek their ancestry in the Sitones of Scandinavia (also matri-linear), or a branch thereof (I did not know of the Setantii at the time, nor that Cuchulain (meaning "hound of Chulain") stemmed from a mythical Setanta codeword. I would now conclude that Picts of proto-Scotland were from the Ulster "hounds," or at least in part. It is an historical fact of the geographer, Ptolemy, that the Brigantes of England had been in Ireland as late as the second century.
I would venture to say that these were mythical Frigg of Scandinavia, a very important people in that they were made the very wife of Odin. Frigg was queen of the Aesir, and it just so happens that an alternative name of Esus was "Aesus." In fact, it is stated repeatedly online that Esus and Odin were one, while Wikipedia reports that "Aesir" is rooted in "Ass."
One now has reason to suspect that the Jesus of the Merovingians was not the Son of YHWH, but in truth this Gorgonic Esus, for this was a god of the Parisii-branch Brigantes. I should point out here that Jesus was born Joshua/Y'shua, but styled "Iesous" by the Greek Christians...perhaps by Gnostic Christians (who were in truth of the dragon cult). Hmm, could the Gnostics have been trying to conform Y'shua to Zeus and/or Esus? I do recall that the dragon cult from Samothrace (near Lemnos) had "Iasion," also spelled "Iasus/Jasus," as it's Kabeiri leader!!
Esus was associated with the god, Taranis, which seems conspicuous because the brother of Iasius was the Trojan founder, Dardanus (not to mention that Franks are often traced to Trojans, and Parisians to mythical Paris of Troy). I was half-convinced already that this Esus cult depicted the same Greeks as depicted by mythical Phaethon (of Greco-Ethiopia)...who crashed the sun god's chariot into the Rhodanus river and thereby founded Autun (central France), but the consideration then seemed solid upon finding that Taranis was a god portrayed with a wheel (a symbol that I had long connected to Phaethon and the Redones/Ruthene). The people of Autun were called Haedui/Aedui, a term which looks enough like "Phaethon" to convince me of an equation (along with the fact that a queen Aedon was made a mythical relative of Phaethon). Rosmerta, a goddess of Autun, was made the wife of Esus.
Have I mentioned that George Washington has been traced by some to Odin? Not that I believe it literally, but that I believe his surname does go back to the dragon cult of Scandinavia. Where Wikipedia says, "It is possible that the Esuvii of Gaul, in the area of present-day Normandy, took their name from [Esus]," I would point out that "Svi" can be seen in "Esuvii." As an alternative of this term is "Esuviens," the Suebi are evoked, not to mention the Sviones that Tacituis placed beside the Sitones. Esuvii descent from the Sintians can be deduced in the following statement (round brackets not mine):
"As Caesar (ii, 34) notices the Esuvii side by side with the Aulerci (Cenomani and Eburovices), who possessed the dioceses of Le Mans and Evreux, it is generally believed that [the Esuvii] inhabited the diocese of Seez, which is adjacent to those two dioceses. If this opinion is right, the Esuvii and the Saii [Celts] were the same..."You see, it is believed by some that the Sintians of Lemnos were the same as a Greek-theater peoples also called "Saii." Seez is in Savoie (France), a fundamental part of Savoy (itself in the Rhone-Alpes).
It is amazing that my last point in this update (concerning the Caturix) flows excellently into the paragraph below, because the paragraph was written months ago without the topic of this update in mind. Esus was placed into a trinity of gods, another god of which was Teutates/Toutatis, no doubt a god of the Teutates. One tribe of the Teutates was called "Caturix." End Update]
On the alternative map of Gaul," see the Cadurci upstream of the Santones (Atlantic France) and ask if the Cadurci were the Satrae (since the two root terms are similar)?
Semnones were at one point located in the land of the Alemanni, which was beside the region of Sion/Sitten. Semnones were identified anciently as "Juthungi." I see the Jutes in that term, for Jutes were also "Ytene" and "Eoten," while "Jotans" were Danish Jutes. As goes my theory, the Jutes/Goths were Edones, and I therefore expect the Sithone branch of Edones among the Goth family of peoples. Couldn't that now better explain why the Goth-surname Coat uses one large and proud Zionist star? And why was New York, a city that was dear home to most American "Jews," called "Gothic City" in the Batman fiction?
I found the same star, on blue, in the Chrysler-surname Coat, along with red and white bars. The link says that the surname was "First found in Switzerland"!!
The Edones are rooted in the Odrysians (mythical Dryas), which may explain why Semnones also lived on the Oder/Odra river (west Poland). That is, the Odra river was part of the Atreus entity. To identify Atreus as the Odrysians themselves is a very solid idea because a Agamemnon (son of Atreus) was given a (mythical) son who founded the capital city of Odrysia. The similarity between "Memnon" and "Semnone" is conspicuous, but, the point is, the Semnones on the Odra (i.e. the Juthungi) are expected to be a part of the Atrebates, and indeed the Atrebates were associated with Cornwall elements so that these Odra Semnones are good candidates for furnishing the Dumnoni of Devonshire. Now this picture supports my previous assertion, that the Samnites>Semnones>Dumnoni trace back to the Daemonians of Sparta, for the sons of Atreus were Spartans.
This realization, wherein the Jutes were innately, or somehow became attached to, Atreus, explains why the Atrebate portion of the Saxon kingdom in Britain was specifically Jutish (it's known that Jutes settled from Kent to Hampshire). In this picture, the Dumnoni must have been Semnone-Jutes as well. I had traced Druids to the Odrysians, and therefore see them as an aspect of Atrebates, but see how the root of "Durotriges" likewise evokes "Druid." In other words, Atrebates and Durotriges appear as the same peoples under slightly different names and/or alliances.
North of the Atrebates and Durotriges can be seen the Dobunni (of Gloucester), who should prove to be mythical Daphne, the founder of Devon(shire) in my opinion. If "Semnone" can be altered to "Dumnoni," then "Devon" can be viewed as a variation of a hypothetical "Sevon," and that looks a lot like "Svione" (remember that I identified Daphne as Sophene in the western Armenian empire). These were surely the Sabines. That is, the Sabines and their Samnite branch became Devon and the Dumnoni respectively, wherefore I would identify the Dobunni as Sabines. If we can play the same S=D trick on the Sitones, we might be able to identify them as an hypothetical "Ditones/Titones," which then evokes the Teutons.
There is a way to identify the Sithones as mythical Thetis, for Wikipedia says that the "pre-modern etymology" of Thetis was "tithemi." This term evokes mythical Tithonus, father of Memnon. Therefore, If only I could verify that "Memnon" depicted the Daemonians>Semnones, I could then virtually prove that Sithones were "fathers" of the Daemonians.
One thing that I can do with certainty is to trace Thetis to Caria, for an ancient writer (Pliny) located Dorians in a region called "Doris" in the southern-most regions of Caria (website below). Yes, there was another Doris in Greece, but as Thetis was the daughter of Doris and also of certain peoples from the Pontus, it places her ancestry in Asia Minor, not Greece. In other words, Thetis depicted the migration of Dorians from Carian Doris to Greek Doris, and so we find she and Peleus being married at Pelion (in Thessaly), on the northern border of Grecian Doris.
I have for a long time suspected that mythical Dryas depicted Doris/Dorians, but I can now identify him as proto-Thetis. That is, the Odrysians depicted by Dryas were a part of the Thetis migration to Greece. This then tends to prove that Thetis/Tithemi depicted the Sithones, or else I am again the victim of a great coincidence, for Dryas gave birth in myth to the Edones and therefore to their Sithone branch. Moreover, because proto-Thetis equates with the Odrysians, she is suspect for playing a role in Arda (= Arthur), the kingdom where sat the Odrysians.
I had traced Arda to Ardon of North Ossetia, the country also called Alania, and to this I'll repeat my theory that "Doris" (depicted by mythical Dorus) is a variation of "Taurus," a term that was cognate with "Sauro(matia)" (there's that S=D trick again). The Sauromatians were otherwise called Alans! In short, Dorians were Alans, explaining why Ardon>Arda was the seat of their kingdom.
I can now identify Sithones as Alans, or at least in major part. The fact that the brother tribe of Sithones were the Mygdones clinches in my mind an origin of Arthurian characters in Dor and neighboring Megiddo (Israeli coast, not far from Tyre). In this Sithone picture, one can almost smell the stench of Sidon as the root of these peoples, remembering that Laish was in fact (according to the Bible) a colony of Sidonians. Could the Biblical battle of Armageddon be named after Arthurian characters??? That is, are they the Revelation-16 frogs that call to the kings of all the earth to assemble nations at Megiddo? I think yes. I think the False Prophet, defined in the Bible as a Christ-like dragon, will be from Arthurian elements.
Since Laomedon and Strymo gave birth to Tithonus, it fits that Tithonus should depict the Sithones, for it's known that Edones lived on the Strymon river. If the trick is to find the Sithone migration to Lacedaemonia=Sparta, since the dragon must pass through Sparta, there is a key in the son of Tithonus, Memnon, even though Memnon was a king of Ethiopia. When discovering Memnon under the topic at hand, I was so pre-occupied in wondering whether or not he was the Merops-of-Ethiopia connection to Menelaus that it took me a couple of minutes to realize that Memnon was virtually the same as, or at least a branch of, Agamemnon, brother of Menelaus. Again, myth placed the son (Orestes) of Agamemnon in Arda's capital city as its founder.
Since Laomedon and Strymo produced rulers of Ethiopia as well as the Tithonus=Sithone branch of Edones, isn't it a testimony to the reliability of the myth writers that Merops of Ethiopia had a granddaughter in Greece by the name of "Aedon," what must surely depict Edones? The impression I get from, Tithonus, father of Memnon of Ethiopia, is that the Greek rulers of Ethiopia were Sithone-branch Edones. The reasoning behind the Greek migration to Ethiopia can then be based on the assumption that the Laomedon>Tithonus bloodline stemmed in the first place from the Egyptian god, Set(h), by which I mean to say that Tithonus was a depiction of the Set(h) cult arrived to Greece.
A Crisp'n Claro Picture
An investigation on how close Gilbert Crispin was
to the triple chevron symbol of the Clares,
and of America's founders.