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December 13 - 19, 2011

It's Time to Stick it to the Trabys
Stoking the Burning 666 Question; Pinning the Two Tails of Sutton on the Duncan Donkey
Thanks to G(o)D, I Now CanTell of Stuards of the Duncan Line
To Maccabee, or Knot to Maccabee: that is Traby "Q"
The 666 and the Laevi in the Ukraine

My son was up for a visit this past week, he being the one who not long ago made a decision all on his own to become a devoted Christian. He mentioned that Aleister Crowley (infamous satanist who desired to be the Revelation beast) used 777 as one of his codes. Asking him why that might be so, he showed how the modern-Hebrew letter, v/w, looks like a '7'. It just so happens that v/w is the sixth letter having a numerical value of '6'. Therefore, 777 appears as code for 666.

That bit had me explaining to my son that 666 in Revelation 13 uses "stigma," and suddenly "Astikas" came to mind, as well as to the stick theme, and Stick-like surname that I have suggested for Astikas bloodlines. I might not have taken this idea seriously had not the Traby part of the Astikas family used a 666-like design in their Arms of Traby. I told my son about this:

If we look at the Greek we see that 666 is presented with three words: Chi - Xi - Stigma.

Then, checking the Stock/Stoke Coat because Stocks had been recently traced (by me) to "Astikas," there was a "qui" motto term reflecting "chi xi stigma." Suddenly, the key bloodline (i.e. Keys/Kays, Mackeys, Shaws/Sheaves, etc), and especially the Caiaphas bloodline that I identify with Shaws/Sheaves, was suspect. It was just too "coincidental" that English Shaws/Sheaves also use a "qui" motto term, you see. What's going on here?

It was as though some surnames had been invented or modified to reflect "chi xi stigma." That is, it was as though Astikas came from a surname that had been named after "stigma," and I kid you not that moments, not hours, before I first thought to present the "chi xi stigma" idea to my son, I had read "STIGweard" in the Stewart write-up (during a proof-reading of some of the last update). It was only a few updates ago that the English Stewart lion design was found to be of the design of the Ulman lion, which Stocks/Stokes use too!!!

Never mind what the Stewart write-up tells as definition of "stigweard," for it's very-likely code for the Wards too (tentatively, I'm tracing the "Stig" portion to the Astikas bloodline). It was in the last update that the Word/Ward surname was a topic, thanks to Tim sending in the SHUTtleWORD surname that was linked to Sadducee line! The Shaws/Sheaves are said to be from SITHech."

One Word/Ward Coat was compared (in the last update) to the Massi/Mattis Coat, and the latter surname is not only very Maccabee-suspect, but was traced a few months ago to the Scottish Stewart Coat!

AMAZINGLY, the Massi/Mattis write-up traces to "gift of God," and then entering "Gift" gets the Gifford surname using three ermined, white-on-black lozenges, colors reversed from the three ermined lozenges of the English Shaws/Sheaves (the Shaws with "qui" motto term)!!!

For the record, Gifts/Giffords use the same motto, "Malo mori quam foedari," as Hychesons and Paines/Paynells, two surnames that together trace to the Hyksos pharaoh, Apachnas. What's perplexing and not rigged by worldly powers is that a Gabby Giffords was shot in the head (early this year) and survived well, reflecting the head wound of the beast described in Revelation 13. I am not at all suggesting that she is the anti-Christ.

The other surname using the same lozenges as Giffords are the Dents. By what coincidence is it that, years ago, I traced the proto-Stewarts with Flaad name to king Harald "Blatand," and then recently traced Dents to "BlaTAND" because the latter term is said to derive partly in "dent=tooth"? (See "bluetooth" in the last update of November).

It's not a surprise to find that "Stigweard" should link to Ward surnames, because Veres support Stewarts for world rule if possible. My trace to "Blatand" to the Blade surname (white pheons) gets this write-up: "The [Blade] family claim descent from Drago de Bewere, a Danish nobleman who settled at a place called Blades in north England around 1016." Blatand was a Danish king. We easily spot Veres in "Drago de BeWERE, and then there is a Bewere surname with Bewer, Beuer, Bawer, Baewer, and Buer variations smacking of the Bauers and related Bowers. IN FACT, the Blade Shield is green, as are the Bauer and Bower Shields, and the beaver in the Oxford Arms is green.

If that's not enough, the Beweres use a "pitch fork" that may also be viewed as a triDENT, or that may have earlier been a trident. There is a Pitch/Petch/Petsch surname smacking of the Patchie variation of Kilpatricks, and of the Patch(es) surname, both of which I have traced to "Apachnas." By what coincidence is it that Patches' use a black bugle, symbol of the Traby 666, and oak leaves, symbol of proto-Stewart Alans/AllanSHAWS??? Then, French Alans use stars in Bauer-star colors.

It's not likely coincidental that the Little surname was first found in ROXburghshire, while the Alan write-up reads: "The history of the name Alan began when it was derived from the given name Alan, which is thought to mean 'little rock' or 'headstone.'" The Little Coat uses a white-on-black saltire, the colors of the saltire used by Irish Kilpatricks/Patchies. English Kilpatricks use a saltire in colors reversed, as do Maxwells/MAKESwells of Roxburgshire, and these Kilpatricks use a "make" motto term as code for their Maxwell elements.

In Daniel 11, the anti-Christ is said to be a neo-Seleucid ruler for reasons that perhaps only God knows the full extent of. I traced "Seleucid" to "Silesia" from the ancestry of Mieszko in SULCIS (also named after Antioch at one time, a Seleucid capital) of Sardinia. I repeat this because of the Pitch/Petch surname: "First found in Silesia, where the name is thought to have entered into Germany from Poland. The personal name could be found in Silesia as early as 1372, when Petsche Seiler was recorded to be living in Liegnitz." It just so happens that, like Shaws, Sellers use grails (and a swan), and were first found in Aberdeenshire, near the Perthshire of the Shaws.

The suspicion is that Pitches/Petches were of the Trabys because Patches use a bugle in Traby-bugle colors, and here we have Pitch's/Petch's in Poland, where Trabys came from. But, surely, Petsche Seiler was linked to the very Seleucid bloodline, the Seller surname especially included, that had named Silesia.

Then, see the German Seller/Sellman write-up: "First found in Westphalia, where the name emerged in mediaeval times as one of the notable families of the region, later moving to Lithuania and East Prussia. From the 13th century the surname was identified with the military and civil service..." The expectation there is that Sellers/Sellmans were linked to Astikas of Lithuania.

Kellers use Traby-bugle colors and were first found in Angus, beside the Aberdeenshire Sellers. The Keller Coat use acorns, which could link to the Alan and Patch oak leaves. Moreover, Kellers use white roundels called, plates, evoking the Blade/Blate bloodline. German Plates/Pletts use the same swan design as Sellers. English Plates/Blatts use scallops in the colors of Patterson scallops, which is excellent because Pattersons were Patricks, and as such link-able to Patches' and Pitch's (i.e. and therefore to Keller-like Sellers).

The Angus location of the Kellers allows me to bring up the Innes bloodline (known to be the Angus bloodline). The Innes bloodline was going to be brought up anyway, as per the "qui insons" motto phrase of the Stocks. The point here is the Ince surname, traced (by me) to Insubres of the Tortona, near the Pavia location that traces to Fife, beside Angus, Aberdeenshire, and Perthshire. Pavia is the place co-founded by Laevi, and those are the peoples to which I trace the qui-using Shaws/Sheaves. Kilpatricks use the Levi lion. The other co-founders of Pavia were Marici, and as I think they were named after a Mark/Macus name, it's remotely possible that such a name was in honor of "mark (of the beast)."

Were the Marcus' named after their tattoos? The Picts are said to have been named after painted pictures on their skin, and while that's true or not, they may have used tattoos. The point is, Picts lived in the Angus, Fife, etc. theater, and then the Scottish Words/Wards (Sadducee suspect) were from Picts and first found in Stirling, beside Perthshire. AND, these Words/Wards use the same symbol as the Saxons/Septons that I traced to the Ticino/Tessen river, where Pavia sits. In the last update:

...Then, the Saxon/Septon surname was first found in Lancashire, where ShuttleWORDS and Settles were first found too.

Moreover, the Saxons/Septons uses the same symbol as the Words. However, the Saxon symbol is called a "chaplet," smacking of Caiaphas-line surnames such as Chappes and Chapman. Words use: "a garland ensigned with an imperial crown and two silver thistles on a red chief." An imperial crown suggests the Roman empire. The related Worths use a black double-headed eagle, a Roman-empire symbol.

As you can verify, the Saxon/Septon Coat uses its garlands on the Ince and Kay bendlets. The Kays/Keys are highly suspect here as per "chi xi stigma," and as mythical Kay's father was Cyner," see the Kay motto: "Kynd Kynn Knawne Kepe." Also, the same bird design of Kays is used by Kinners/Kinniers. By what coincidence is it that mythical Kay was also "Cai/Cei," a term that, together with "Cyner Ceinfarfog" (his father), smacks of Normandy's Caen location, where qui-using Stocks were first found?

Why are there black eagles on the shields in the drawing of Kay?

Now it just so happens that I used "Gabby Giffords" to trace the Gift/Gifford surname to Gavi, a location in Alessandria near Tortona (I trace the red Ince "torteaux" to Tortona). I had mentioned that idea after tracing GAVRil (or Gabriel) Radomir (merged with Hungary elements) to Gavi. You may have seen the 'G' in the Masonic compass-and-square logo. Both the German Gift/Giffen/Gifhorn and French Gavriel/Gabriel Coat show a 'G'...and both Coats are white and blue.

The Ticino/Tessen river upon which Laevi lived was traced both to the Hungarian, Taksony, and he in turn was traced to "Saxony." This is repeated because the Gifts/Giffens/Gifhorns were first found in Lower Saxony [AND ZOWIE, both English Gifts/Giffords and Saxons/Septons were first found in Lancashire, which I didn't know until after writing the next sentences]. The Ince- and Kay-related Saxon/Septon surname may apply to this Saxony line. I don't forget that Saxons of Wessex (England) were named "Gewisse," smacking of the Kwisa/Quies river in Lusatia, which part of Lusatia may have been based on Silesians.

Let me re-quote from above: "Then, the Saxon/Septon surname was first found in Lancashire, where ShuttleWORDS and Settles were first found too." It just so happens that SITLERs are said to have been originally from Gorlitz in Silesia. Settles are in the green-on-white colors of English Gabriels/Gables, and the latter are said to be Anglo-Saxons...first found in Sussex, where Saddocks/Sedgewicks were first found. Plates/Blatts, also first found in Lancashire, are said to be from Anglo-Saxons.

Recalling that the Gifts are a topic here only due to the "gift of God" phrase of the Italian Massi/Mattis surname (black eagle), which itself is traced to the Stewart/STIGweard Coat, see the Gavriel/Gabriel write-up: "First found in Normandy where they held a family seat in the department of Calvados in the region of Caen...The family name was originally spelled Gabriaut. In the same early period, about the 11th and 12th century, they branched to Brittany and Poitou."

It's very conspicuous that while Ince-related Kays/Keys trace to Tortona and Caen, Gabriels trace to Gavi and Caen.

This brings back the theory of about two years now, that the anti-Christ empire would be a Massey one in some way. But as I link the anti-Christ to Gog, what about the possibility that "Giff" and similar terms derived from "Gog" elements? Gog" easily modifies to "Gogh," you see, pronounced "Goff" in some circles. "Gogh" could modify to "Goph," therefore, and to "GOPLo" and "Gobel," you see, explaining why the Masci wing, which can be viewed as a Meshech wing, is used by Gog-suspect Gobels. Suddenly, the Mouse Tower at Poland's Goplo may be a Gog entity.

See Vere-suspect Gophers/Gofars of Oxfordshire, using a blue Shield, the color of Gog, and ask why the same-colored Gough/Goff surname was first found in RADnorshire, smacking of "Radomir." The Goughs use boars in white-on-blue, which could be considered colors reversed to the Vere boar. Soon, we will see the Vere boar when getting back to the 666 discussion.

Recalling that French Gobels that use the Masci wing holding what I think is the Excalibur sword, and with the idea in mind that Maschis of Rimini (near Bologna) gave birth to Maccabees proper out of Modena (near Bologna), here's the Italian Gabriel/Gabello write-up: "First found in Bolgna (Bononia)..." Gavril Radomir was a Bulgarian who was traced recently to Vere-related Bologna elements. Remember, Italian Gobels use a camel, symbol also of Pepins that trace to the "Papia" variation of "Pavia."

It struck me that "Fife" was related to the Five/Fify surname (Aberdeenshire), and "five" is now suspect in heraldry as the number of sons by Mattathias Hasmonean. However, as I trace Fife-surname variations (e.g. "Phyfe") to "Pavia," I would have a hard time convincing myself that "Pavia" was named after 'five." On the other hand, it could be that Pavia > Phyfe elements had morphed into "Five" and "Fife" because Pavia's proto-Pepinids had been Hasmoneans.

Not only does the Vey/Vivian Shield use the Fife Shield, but the Five chevron. Veys were at TreloWarren, and are in Warren (and Word/Ward) colors. We are right back to Veres, and their Drakenberg cult suspect as a 666 cult. I've been asking whether the tail of the Drake dragon is a 666 code. The Drake dragon design, in the same colors, was used by the rulers of Duchy of Masovia.

Okay, you are now ready to learn what my son and I had found a few hours after his discussion on Aleister Crowley's 777 = 666. The Crowley Coat uses a blue boar, which is not only the Vere boar, but the Darby/Dermott boar. Is that not amazing, that while "chi xi stigma" was traced tentatively to "Astikas" and Vere-related StigWeards = Veres, a Darby surname, suspect as Trabys, traces to Crowleys? Again, Aleister Crowley loved the 666, and wanted to be the Revelation anti-Christ. As you can see, the Darby/Dermott Coat even uses the same cross design as the Crowleys.

If you read recent discussions on the Cree natives, as they linked to Farquharsons, yes, I'd say that Crowleys could link to some Cree / Cray / Crow / Croy / Grey surnames.

That was the last thing discovered while investigating with my son. Now, this minute as I write, I checked the Stick surname to find, not only three garbs in Traby-bugle colors (!!!), but it just so happens that three garbs are used by English Darbys!!!!! Count-em, five. Moreover, garbs are suspect as symbols of lines to Israel's chief priests. The Stick-like "Sithechs" come to mind !!!!! !!!!! !!!!! Count-em, 5 5 5. Didn't we already trace "chi xi stigma" to the qui-using Shaws, said to be from "Sithech."

Now you know the secret, my fellow sticklers. We are not going to give up the hunt now. Get out your hunting horns and blow them as hard as you can, from the housetops, and tell of what you are reading.

It's not often that I come across surnames first found in Berne, Switzerland, but here's a Stiger/Steigler surname first found there. It's a goat in the white-on-red of the Traby/Sadowski 'Q'.

Assuming that Stigers/Steiglers trace to Zahringers, founders of Berne, the Darby antelope might just be code for the Zahringer antlers.

The Stiger/Stiegler write-up: "The specific derivation of the name Stigers is from the word 'steig,' which means 'narrow, steep path.'" There is neither a Narrow or Steep surname showing up, but even before seeing the Path page, mythical Pitys (pine symbol) had come to mind, a character related to the goat, Pan / Faunus. Pitys had come to mind earlier when on the Pitch/Petch/PETSch surname which entered this discussion as per the pitch fork of the Bauer- and Bavaria-like Beweres. The Boofima > Baphomet goat cult had been traced to Vere lines in Bavaria's Illuminati.

The Stiger/Stiegler goat is on a green mound, as is the Path stork. As some evidence that Paths were related to Pitch's/Petch's, they are shown also as "Pett." The surname also shows as "Pert," perhaps indicating a trace to "Perth(shire)," where Scottish Shaws/Sheaves were first found.

As I identify "Sithech" with Sadducees, by what coincidence do we now find blue-on-white scallops in the Path/Pett/Pert Coat? Those same-colored scallops were in the last update as per the Sodan/Sowdon Coat, of a surname traced solidly to Soducena elements beside Gogarene. The latter surname is said to be from "south down," which we may assume is code for the South / Suter/Souter bloodline, as well as for "Devon," where the Sodan/Sowdon clan was first found.

Peddles/Pedders were first found in Devon and may apply to Paths/Petts. The white-on-black lozenges of Peddlers/Pedders (also "Pidler," evoking Fidlars) may link to the same of the Giffords and Dents. As these lozenges are colors-reversed to those of qui-using Shaws/Sheaves, the "astutia" motto term of Peddles/Pedders may link to "Astika." Sticks were first found in Somerset, after all, smack beside the Peddles/Pedders of Devon, and besides, Lithuanian elements had been traced to Somerset.

The Shaw/Sheaves lozenges are ermined, as is the Stock lion, and it just so happens that the Stock lion is in colors reversed to the Shaw/Sheaves lozenges. Stocks use "qui" too, in case you've forgotten.

This would be a good idea to mention that Aleister Crowley had some sort of relationship with a man with Parsons surname (he was said to be a father of rocketry or something of that nature). Both the Parsons and Oxfordshire's Pear/Perle surname use gold leopard heads of red, the colors of the Path/Pett/Pert mascles. Leopards were a chief Boofima symbol as well.

To the Path write-up for a look at their clever falsehood: "It was a name for someone who was a person who was referred to as Peat. The surname Path was originally derived from the Old English word which meant a spoiled or pampered child." But wait, for as Paths entered the discussion as per a path term in the Stiger/Steigler write-up, and as the latter were of Berne, which I trace to Bernicians, by what coincidence is it that Bernicians had a Bamburg Castle smacking of "pampered"?

I traced "Bamburg" (tentatively) to "Pembroke," and it just so happens that Stocks were first found in Pembrokeshire.

The English Stokel colors and lion remind me of Irish Pattersons said to be from Sodhans. Coincidence? Sodhans trace very well to Sodans/Sowdons (beside Somerset), and then Stokels were first found in Stockwell of Surrey and/or Somerset. Therefore, Stokels are likewise suspect as Lithuania's Astikas.

I guess that the fitchee crosses of Stokel Chief are the same as the Clapton cross, for there is a Clapton location in Somerset. I had found reason not many updates ago to link "fitchee" to the Patchie variation of KilPatricks, whose "sure" motto term, and Sheera variation, were linked to "Surrey" (i.e. where there is another Stockton). Moreover, I had traced a Sark-like Polish surname, which used the Traby/Sadowski 'Q', to Surrey's Gastons (it had been found from an online article that Gastons were related closely to Sadowskis).

As for the "beetles" in the German Sock/Stokel Coat, I had traced that sort of term to Betty/Beaty elements, the latter surname using a key in colors reversed to the Bernician-suspect Barney surname. The Beetle/Beatle surname is of BEDfordshire elements, and is in the colors of German (Bavaria) Stocks/Stokels.

If one ignores the blue checks in the Stewart Coat, there remains a white-on-gold fesse, the symbol also of the German Stock/Stockel Coat. As the latter uses beetles, while Stewarts were in love with Bute, I think we can trace Astikas elements in this way to Bute. But Lithuanians / Vilnius elements had already been traced to Bute by other methods a few updates ago.

More lying codework in the German Stokel write-up: "The history of the Stokel family name begins in the German province of Bavaria...The name Stokel is derived from the German word 'stoc,' which meant 'stubborn.' The name was also of local origin and it referred to a person who resided near an unusual tree. In this instance, the name is also derived from the word 'stoc,' which also referred to the stem or trunk of a tree." Not only were Stubbings and Beetles (use the same colors) first found in Essex, a place that I trace to "Esus" (the human-sacrifice cult that had for a symbol the hacking of trees with an axe), and not only does "Stubbing" reflect the "stubborn" code in the write-up above, but here's the Stubbing write-up: "The Stubbing family lived in Essex having derived from the Old English word stybbing, meaning stumps, and indicates that the original bearer lived in or near an area which had been cleared of trees."

Like English Stokels, Stubbings use besants. If that doesn't quite convince you that Stubbings link to the Astikas-Traby merger, the Stubbing Coat was suggestively traced (years ago) to the Treby Coat!!The surname is also TREEby, which can perhaps explain how the Esus cult got its tree symbol. It was the TREVeri who worshiped Esus.

What this clinches is that Stocks/Stokels were in fact Astika-Traby bloodliners, and that they were evil enough to produce the idiots who favor the 666-rebellion against God...who lives way above their cursed heads and calamity-filled lives.

You may have noticed that the Treby and Stubbing besants are in Traby-bugle colors, and so the Stubbs, using the same colors (along with white pheons) should apply. Years ago both Stubbings and Stubbs were identified as Stewarts, and so let's not forget the STIGweard code for 666 in the Stewart write-up. I had also traced Stewarts (use a red lion, like Brocks) and Veres to Brocken mountain, and then the Brocken Coat uses a tree stump. Apparently, there was a large area of cleared trees in that Brocken area. The Stubb write-up even shows a Brock-like term: "First found in Staffordshire where they were granted lands at Water-Eaton and Bloxwich by William the Conqueror...There are elaborate accounts of this family's descent from Belmeis or Beaumeis from Beaumeis-Sur-Dive from Calvados in Normandy through Richard Belmeis, the founder of the family, who was a follower of Roger de Montgomery who was Sheriff of Shropshire and later Bishop of London, about 1100."

If you're convinced that Stubbs were Stewarts and that Stewarts trace to Blatand "bluetooth," you might agree that the "CeDANT" motto term of Stubbs is code for dent=tooth. There is a Dante variation in more than one Durante page.

I can't think of any people group to which Stick-like surnames can trace, and so for the time being, I'm tracing it to "stigma." Someone not in his right mind decided to call himself after that term. I don't recall ever emphasizing "Stigweard" from the Stewart write-up, until the last update when it was linked to "Astikas." The Traby list of surnames that use the bugles includes Ostyk and Ostiykowitz, but we also find "Stecher." The Steck/Stecher/Steckler Coat uses a white bend on red, a symbol shared by Cravens and Actons, just to name a couple of surnames that could apply.

The write-up: "Stecher was derived from the popular medieval Germanic personal name Stecho. The name Stecher is also of local origin that is derived from the Old Germanic word 'steck,' which referred to a parcel of land. The steck was a tract of pasture land." But entering "Parcel" (piles) gets a Pearsall/Parsil surname that even shows a Parcel variation, and as it was first found in Staffordshire (beside Derbyshire and Shropshire), where Stubbs were first found, I'd have to argue that the Steck/Stecher write-up is, once again, codework rather than truth.

In the Staffordshire article: "The largest city in Staffordshire is Stoke-on-Trent..." That can't be coincidental. It traces Astikas to Stoke. In the Chief of the Arms of Stoke, there are shapes like '6's in the ropes, which I would not have pointed out had the 666 not been traced to Astikas already. There is also a sickle and a camel in the Coat, with a central lattice-filled cross.

"The motto of Stoke-on-Trent is Vis Unita Fortior which can be translated as: United Strength is Stronger..." That's exactly the theme of the bundle of rods or sticks in the fasces of the Arms of Vilnius. I did not know about this Stoke location when on the Stock/Stoke surname, but arrived to it just now as you read above, when checking the Staffordshire article from a link at the Parcel page.

Like the Chief of the Arms of Stoke, the Crest of the Arms of Staffordshire uses rope, with a motto: "The Knot Unites." This could be code for Canute's Danish elements, but the Mieszko bloodline of Canute is suspect on the Astikas side of things. The write-up says that the knot belonged to earls of Stafford.

The Stock/Stoke surname uses a "Fortis" motto term reflecting the "Fortior" term of Stoke. The white two-tailed lion of the Stocks/Stokes should be that of MontFORTS, whom I traced to Monforte and Montferrat in Piedmont. I had traced these locations to Ferte-Mace.

Pearsalls/Parcels should therefore link to the Somerset Pearses and Percivals, chief Pharisee suspects. As I tend to suspect that the Perche in Normandy relates Percival elements, let me repeat that Perche is where Bellamys lived before they merged with Ferte-Maces, wherefore it could be accurate to view the white-on-red fleur-de-lys in the Stecher Coat as Massey fleur. However, as I trace mythical Percival to the Parisii, what about the white-on-red fleur-de-lys of the Lys surname, first found in Paris??? That's also where Levi and Chappes were first found...that I say were Caiaphas lines.

The lattice-on-cross in the Arms of Stoke is a design used in the Taffee Coat...with "spes" motto term, a term found also in the Vilnius motto!

There are five and six themes applied to Stoke, and the five may be code for the five Maccabee sons:

Stoke-on-Trent is often known as "the city of five towns", because of the name given to it by local novelist Arnold Bennett. In his novels, Bennett used mostly recognisable aliases for five of the six towns (although he called Stoke "Knype"). However, Bennett said that he believed "Five Towns" was more euphonious than "Six Towns", so he omitted Fenton (now sometimes referred to as "the forgotten town").

Like the Taffees and Mieskes, the Fentons (Veneti?) use an arm-and-sword, suggesting for me a trace of Fentons to the lattice symbol of mythical Siemowit at Goplo. The black-on-white Fenton cross appears to be the Sinclair as well as the Bitar / Aflack cross, for while Fenton is a Lothian location, the surname was from the Angus theater. "One of the earliest recorded instances of the name is of John de Fenton, who was Sheriff of Forfar in 1261." Hmm, that's the Fife / Five theater. Hmm.

The "Per ardua" motto phrase of Fentons could link them to the Vannes-branch Veneti. YES! As that was being written, the Belgian Fenton/Ventes/Wenden page was loading, and there was the Washington Shield used also by the Dutch Ness Coat that comes up when entering "Vannes"!

Doesn't the Arthur Coat use a 5-like symbol? Hmm. And don't I link the Irish Arthur Coat to the ermined Wayne Coat while tracing "Wayne" to "Van" elements? Ermines are a symbol of Vannes.

Then, Hanely, another of the six towns of Stoke (where Bennet was born), smacks of "Heneti." The Hanley Coat uses white-on-green arrows, possibly of the Scottish Bowers who use black-on-green arrows. Five arrows.

The Bennet surname mat itself be from "Veneti," in which case mythical Ban/Bant, father of Lancelot, could itself be a Veneti/Vannes entity. Banesters were of Lancashire, where Bennets were first found too! Lancashire is what I think "Lancelot" is code for.

In the write-up of the Stafford surname:

First found in Staffordshire where they were descended from Roger de Toeni...His son, Ralph de Toeni, was hereditary Standard Bearer to King William the Conqueror...His brother, Robert de Toeni, built a castle in Stafford and was the first to be surnamed Stafford....from the senior line of this noble family descended the Dukes of Buckingham.

As both Buckinghams and Nottings use besants on blue (Bennets and Bens/Bents use besants too), I'd say that the Staffordshire / Stoke knot is code for Nottingham elements, which then does tend to trace to Cnut/Canute. I don't think it's coincidental that the Danish Cnut Crest is described with three red BANNERs. Banner surnames are suspect.

I trace besants to the Bessin, and the BESSIn is traced to the Bohemian-Polish line of Mieszko. The Bohemian lion, like that of Montforts and Stocks/Stokes, is a white two-tailed lion, suggesting that Stocks/Stokes trace to whatever Bohemian elements furnished that lion. The pagan BESSI priesthood of Haimus comes to mind, the priests of the Satrae (Bohemians were called BoioHAEMUM after the Haimus/Haemus region, apparently).

The Danish CNUT Coat happens to use "pot hangers," a phrase that is very Potteries conspicuous. If everything said to this point tends to link Cnut to Astikas elements, so we find that English Cnuts, in colors of the Notting besants, were first found in DERBYshire. Danish Cnuts also use trefoils, what I trace to Traby-suspect Trips/Treffs. The Cnut write-up: "Drayton sings 'The Knot that called was Canutus, bird of old, of that great King of Danes...'"

The English Cnut Coat is a gold chevron on blue, like that of the French Cheynut/Chanut Coat? "Canute" has that "Heneti / "Kennedy" look to it.

If we'd gotten the impression that Staffordshire and Stoke were from Heneti, what about the fact that Heneti were on the southern coast of the Black sea, where also Trabzon was located? I recall an ancient Genetes location near Trabzon that seemed like a Heneti entity. The point is, Trabys may have been of the Wends/Vandals of Poland, from the Veneti of Italy. It doesn't yet explain what Stick-like surnames might trace to...IF they trace to a people group at all.

The SHAYnu variation of the Cheynuts/Chanuts may apply to the Shay variation of Shaws/Sheaves, for the Scottish Shaws use grails in Cheynut/Chanut colors. It's already established in my mind that Astikas trace to Shaw's "qui" term, and to the key symbol of the Sheaves/Chaves (five keys), and therefore to Revelation's "chi xi stigma." It's simply amazing if true, that the 666 bloodline should trace to the Caiaphas bloodline. It's as though the Caiaphas bloodline walked right into its own disaster by going the rest of the way after killing Christ. It's as though God had His sites on the Caiaphas bloodline for Armageddon ever since He gave the Revelation.

We don't find outright 666s in heraldry probably for the reason that such a thing needs to be kept hidden. Perhaps the Drake-dragon's tail is shaped into a 666 as best as could be without offending the entire family. The "Aquila" motto term of the Drakes is conspicuous where Sheaves/Chaves were first found in Aquila. You'll note that the Drake tail is like the Stoke / Stafford knot.

AHA! In the Sheaves/Chaves write-up, though the piece is specifically about Aquila, we find: "The church of St Bewrardin is notable." It smacks of the Beweres/Beuers/Bawers (pitch forks). And since we are smack on the Cnut topic while Cnut was related to Blatand (Bluetooth), lookie again at the Blade write-up: "The [Blade] family claim descent from Drago de Bewere, a Danish nobleman who settled at a place called Blades in north England around 1016." THERE YOU HAVE IT! The Vere Drakenberg organization traces to Aquila's Bewere (probably Bower / Bauer) bloodline, itself somehow connected to Canute's mother, Mieszko's daughter, Sigrid. There is a Danish Bauer Coat (!) using one of de-Vere's favorite symbols, a leopard.

As there is much green in the Coats of Bauers, Bowers and Blades, the green pears of the Warden Coats could apply, as per Vere links to Wards...and StigWEARDs. Plus, Wardens were first found in HERTfordshire while Danish Bauers use a hurt. It could be added that German Bauers use a blue wing, symbol also of Heres/Heyers (DERBYshire) and Herzogs. These latter elements may link to the "ears" of wheat and rye to which I've linked the lines of Israel's chief priests.

If trefoils are code for a Trip/Tref branch of Trabys, perhaps quatrefoils and cinquefoils originally constituted Traby branches too. Ayers use quatrefoils in Traby-bugle colors. English Ayers/Eyers were first found in Derbyshire, where Heres/Heyers were first found.

When I first saw the "parcel" code in the Steck/Stecher write-up, the Park surname came to mind, but I haven't had a chance to view the Parc/Park Coat until now. As Stechers are in the list of Traby surnames (at Wikipedia's Traby article), and as Stewarts of the STIGweard kind have been traced to Stechers, see that the Parc/Park Coat is the Stewart Shield!

If I'm not mistaken, the Parc/Park stag is the one half-way down the Rollo page, and then we see blue boar heads in the Rollo Coat, symbols also of the Darby/Dermott Coat. The Rollo boar recalls that the Arms of the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla PARKER Bowles, uses a blue boar too (with a chain now suspect as code for Chaines/Chenays and Chenuts/Chanuts). The white boar in her Arms is from her Shand surname (by birth). I don't know whether Goghs and Goughs apply, but they use white boars too.

Aha! The gold-on-red crosses in the Darby/Dermott Coat are in the Keppel/Cappel Coat, and Camilla's grandmother was a Keppel (see tree at link above). Not only do Keppels/Cappels seem like candidates of the Caiaphas line, but as I trace (proto-)Pharisees to "Ferrara," what about the Italian Capellis, first found in Ferrara. "The Capelli family lived in the city of Ferrara, where the Cappelli family occupied many of the first seats in the Estensi Court in the 12th century."

I'm still out on a limb as to whether "Astika" should trace to "Este" near Ferrara. If the trace is correct, I would suggest that stigma-like terms came first, and that "Este" followed on the heels of Astika-like terms.

The city of Stoke featured above is also called, "Potteries," smacking of the Butteri / Botters/Bodins. Both the Botter and Potter surnames were first found in Hampshire (as with Drakes), and the Potter sea horse has been traced to the sea horse in the Arms of Budva/Butua. Este was also traced to Budva/Butua elements as per the Est/east Coat using the Butt/Bute horse head. But then the Capelli Coat uses a "chapeau," the symbol also of the Bidens/Buttons. first found in Hampshire.

Aha! The Biden/Button Coat is a red-on-white fesse, colors reversed from the Steck/Stecher fesse!

The Steck/Stecher write-up not only defines as "parcel of land," but as "pasture." There is a Pasture/Pastor surname showing Patur terms smacking of Butteri.

Earlier, the Stoke location showed signs of tracing to Bohemians, and here I now find that German Keppels/Keplers were from Bohemia. The Keppner variation smacks of Hepburns/Hebrons with "Keep" motto term.

Just found, the Stockleys/Stucklys/Stokeleys, first found in Staffordshire (where Stoke is located). The write-up: "First found in Staffordshire where they were conjecturally descended from two Norman nobles, brothers in arms, named Rafwin and Alwin, who were under tenants of the Bishop of Chester at Yoxall in that shire."

The same men found in the Stockley/Stokely write-up are found here: "In 1086 Yoxall belonged to the Bishop of Chester's manor of Lichfield, and contained land for four ploughs, held from the bishop by Rawn and Alwine." It doesn't tell why these two men became Stokeleys, however. The LITchfield variation of the Lichfield surname (first found in Staffordshire) may suggest Lithuanians elements, as those are expected in Stoke.

However, the Litch/Leech/Leche surname (Cheshire) uses a green snake, the color of the Leslie griffin. I say this because German/Austrian Litch's show Liske and similar variations smacking of Lesce on the Sava. The Sauers (lion in Stewart-lion color) who were named after that river were likewise first found in Austria, and then English Sauers/Sawyers (martins in Save colors) use a "trouveras" motto term smacking of Traby elements. It was a certainty that Leslies traced to Lesce because they use a bend in colors reversed to the Save bend, but I can now add that the snake on the Save bend should be the snake in the Litch/Leche Crest.

The white-on-red "pails" of the German Litch's/Liskes are in Traby/Sadowski colors while the Litch/Liske lions are in Traby-bugle colors. I was confident of the trace to Leslies after seeing that the Pale/Pailie Coat (camel in Crest) uses a blue bend, the color of the Leslie bends. Note the "Suivez" (i.e. like "Sava") motto term of Irish Leslies. Remember, the Leslie lion traces to Trabys of the Sforza kind, who also used a green snake in the beginning.

I'd guess that the Lichfields and Litch's/Leches, though somewhat from Leslies, incorporated Leck-like variations in honor of Lecks otherwise called Poles. If you agree that the pelican is code for Poles of Cheshire (I trace it to PULCiphers/Poledons of Cheshire), see pelicans in the Letch/Lechmere Coat, a surname first found in Cheshire. The Letch/Lechmere write-up: "Flemish surnames...First found in Worcestershire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor of Hanley." Hanely was one of the five or six cities of Stoke-on-Trent.

As Stewarts use a pelican too, what about the Letch/Lechmere Coat using what could be the Alan Shield in colors reversed? Both surnames are English, and Alans were first in Shropshire, beside Cheshire. The Letch/Lechmere motto, "Christus pelicano," translated, "Christ is like the pelican." You know something's amiss there. It should probably be more like Crest/Crete/Crey surname and pelicans together. I traced the Traby ostrich symbol (years ago) to Crete's ostrich eggs.

Thanks to the Allan Shield of the Letch's/Lechmere's, what we have now in Lichfield and Yokall is a premise, a location, to which we can trace the 666-stigma bloodline. There is yet reason here to trace the stigma line to Poles, and of course the Trabys should be involved. But could it be that the Lichfield Poles pre-date Trabys proper?

The Lechmere variation suggests the Meres/Meires of Cheshire, and then French Meres/Mars were first found in Burgundy, where Crests/Cretes (in Mere/Mar colors) were first found whom were Lechmere-suspect already as per their motto. The Meres/Mars use the same-colored chevron as Hadleys (footless MARtins), important because there is a Hadley location near Yokell.

I find online that Yoxall passed to Ferrers after being in the hands of the bishop of Chester. It just so happens that Ferrers were likewise first found in Staffordshire. Wikipedia's article on Hugh D'Avrances, ruler of Chester, tells that some of his titles had passed to the Ferrers.

While we find red boars in the Stockley/Stokely Coat, note the red wyvern-like symbol of the Yokes/Jokes, for Yokall is said to have been named after "yoke's nook". This topic is Drake all over, isn't it? The Yoke/Joke scallops are in the colors of the Lichfield-Coat leopard heads...probably because the bishop of Chester who was over Yokall had a manor in Lichfield. Drakes trace to rulers of Masovia (Poland), remember,

Had we traced Esus' tree-stump symbol to Stubbings of Staffordshire? Yes, and the Treveri worshipers of Esus were traced not only to Trabys, but to the Varni > Vere line. Here we now find Ferrers in Staffordshire. Meanwhile, the Drake tail and the Traby bugle are both suspect as 666 codes. English Veres were first found in Essex (i.e. possibly named after Esus).

AND, as per the Gastons that were linked closely (by an online article) to Sadowskis (the latter come up at when entering "Traby"), see the Ferrer write-up: "The name, however, derives from the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Ferriers, in Gastonois, Normandy." Like the Yokes/Jokes, Gastons (owl) use gold scallops. Plus, Gastons use the same checkered Shield as French Vers/Vairs/Fers/Fiers (Burgundy).

A Shield filled with checks is used also by Brittany's Fers, and the checks are blue and white, the colors of the Stewart checks. We get it. We have just stuck it to the Stewarts.

The good news is that I still see no Stick-like people group, meaning that Stick-like surnames, and Stoke, can trace to "chi xi stigma." If I do find a Stick-like people group that applies, they will be suspect as the 666-loving bloodline. I would like to know whether there was in fact a Stigweard surname, or close to it, or whether that is simply codework for Stewart ancestry. Again, Wards also use a Shield filled with checks. The Ferrer motto is translated, "I shine though worn," what could be code for Warrenes of Varenne who use a Shield filled with Ward checks. Gold scallops again, and Ward / Warrene colors, are used by Wares (Devon). "

Entering "Stogey" gets a Starky surname, first found in Cheshire.

I just had an idea: the Stock/Stoke motto phrase, "qui insons," looks like "Quinn," which was one of the surname candidates to which I traced the Traby/Sadowski "Q". I now find that one Irish Quinn/Cuin Coat shows serpents arranged in the knot of the Stoke and Stafford Arms. That Quinn Coat is even in Traby/Sadowski colors. AAAANNNNDDDD YES!! Isn't the Traby "Q" in a knot also???? Now we understand. The knot of the Quinns.

It appears that the "chi xi stigma" bloodline included some Chi-like surnames (we know the Kays/Keys already) that included the Quinn/Cuin bloodline. This finding does not contradict the trace of the chi-xi-stigma line made above to Lichfield and Yokall. Quite to the contrary. Did you happen to notice the green snake in the Litch Crest? The original Visconti snake was green, and then Viscontis passed the snake to Sforzas. The latter use a "quince" in their Coat, which was found to be code for Sear de Quincy and the Quince/Quincy surname (mascles, as with Winchesters). If I recall correctly, it was from that idea that Trabys were linked to Quinns.

But I had also traced the Traby "Q" to the Queen/Swene/Swan surname, and then we find a swan in the German Yoke/Hoch surname. The latter was first found in Switzerland, which is conspicuous where we link Queens/Swenes/Swans to the Swayne/Swan/Sion surname (Levi lion).

As the five-theme is creeping in as per the five Maccabee sons, here's the Quince write-up: "The Quince surname is generally thought to have come from Cuinchy in the Arrondissement of Bethune, Pays de Calais region of northern France [= Artois theater]...These place names all derive from the Gallo-Roman personal name Quintus, meaning 'fifth-born.'" The way that it's put, and because I link mascles to Maccabees, one could suspect the last-born son of Mattathias the Hasmonean (who was Jonathan Apphus). It's probably not correct.

As we know that the swan traces to mythical Cycnus of Liguria, son of STHENELus, what about the Traby/Sadowski write-up: "First found in Lemberg (Lwow,) a province of Poland. It is bounded by Lublin, Cracow, Tarnopol and Stanislawow." STANISLaw? The Hok/Hoek variations of the swan-using Yokes could apply to "CYCnus." That idea works excellently into what was a theory before coming to this, that we should expect a Chick-like bloodline named after "Chi xi."

The problem is, Cycnus pre-dates Revelation 13. However, bloodlines in Christian centuries named in honor of Cycnus may have found themselves loving the chi-xi-stigma phrase just because Cycnus represented Gogi (I think). Instead of "Hok/Hoch," we should seek a Chock surname, and that term gets the Chicks first found in Essex, where blue-boar Veres were first found, not forgetting that 666-bloodlines include the blue-boar Crowleys and Darbys/Dermotts. What are the chances that Chicks/Chocks would be in the white-on-blue of the Hock/Yoke swan?

The Chicks are said to derive in "chike," though, to no surprise, the write-up traces naively/misleadingly to "chicken," but what is amazing here is that, when suggesting Jonathan Maccabee above as a fifth-born, the roosters (in Traby-bugle colors) of the Jonathan Coat were not yet meaningful. Assuming that the Jonathan surname was a Maccabean one, I note that Meschins were routinely linked to Ligurians bloodlines, especially the Leys/Lighs. Masseys use the Lys fleur, and Swaynes/Swans/Sions use the Macey gloves and Shield. Suddenly, it appears that Maccabees link not only to Ligurians of the swan line, but to a 666-stigma cult amongst Ligurians. The Stigweard/Stewart Coat is traced (by me) to the Massi/Mattis Coat, and there had been undeniable evidence a few months ago that Massis/Mattis' were in Massa-Carrara on the Ligurian border with Tuscany.

Entering "Check" gets the Cheeks/Chicks with red-on-white crescents, colors reversed to the Quinn/Cuin crescents? Again, Quinns/Cuins are suspect as a Chi-line surname, and then the other Irish Quinn/Cuin Coat uses a white Pegasus, a symbol also of Masseys! The Quinn Pegasus is white on green, Maccabee colors.

Quinns were of Longford. What are the chances that Longfords would be first found in DERBYshire? Like Massis/Mattis', Longfords use a white bend. What are the chances that the Long surname would use a "chi xi" code? I didn't know this until this paragraph was started. The Long motto: "Pieux quoique preux." I had no idea when starting out that the evidence would get that good so fast.

The Quicks/Quigs are in Traby-bugle colors and first found in Devon, a theater to which I had traced Lithuanian / Vilnius elements. Did Derbys/Darbys use an antelope? Quicks use a "demi antelope armed and maned in red." That sounds like Hermes-Armenian codework though the Manes>Attis line to Lydia's Hermus river.

If correct to trace chi-xi-stigma to Cycnus, then I would have to trace further back to Kikons and/or Caucones. For me, this traces to the Hebros river, where the Arthurian cult had roots. It just so happens that Wikipedia has mythical Kay/Cai as one of the first Arthurian characters. As Kay/Cai is suspect as this chi-xi-stigma line, let's take another look at him. His daughter, Kelemon, smacks of the Selemans, in Traby-bugle colors, and using the same black bend as Sales. The Salemons are also in Traby-bugle colors.

The Salmons use salmon, but then so does the Kinny Crest, and Kinnys are listed as a sept of Stuarts (this list is different from the list of Stewarts). It suggests that Kinnys, first found in MONAhan, trace to the Ligurian theater, but then as the Kinny Coat is white on green -- Maccabee colors -- what about the trace in the last update of Maccabees to Mona and Monahans? Kinnys were specifically in Truagh, perhaps a Traby entity. In Gaelic, the surname is "Cionaoith."

For me, this indicates that Kay was related to the Mascys of Cheshire who had been styled, Sales-of-Mascy. His trace to Ligures is of course in line with the chi-xi-stigma trace to Chicks-et-al Ligures. In the poem at Wikipedia's Kay article, it says: "On the top of Ystarfingun Cei slew nine witches. Worthy Cei went to Ynys Mon [= Mona] To destroy lions." Note the MON ending on "Kellemon," and recall that Mona is suspect as a Maccabee entity from Menelaus, and that Menelaus elements trace to Arda on the Hebros.

His killing of nine witches indicates that Kay represented a peoples who attacked and conquered the Muses or Massey bloodline of Avalon = Bute. It was the raven-depicted vikings who conquered Bute when yet called Rothesay. It was the proto-Stigweards/Stewarts that I traces to raven-depicted vikings, and as the Mackies/MacKEYS of the Bute theater also use a raven, it seems they and Stigweards had merged. That's exactly the picture in the Kay link to Sales-of-Mascy. We have good reason here to identify the Kay entity, not necessarily as Masseys/Mascys to begin with, but as some aspect of the raven-depicted vikings who merged with Mascys to form the MacKie/MacKey (and Mackay) surname.

I can tell you this, that I expect the 666-Kay entity to be from Mieszko and 666-Traby Poles, and that the raven depicted vikings are known by others to have been from the Stout surname. I should repeat that raven-depicted vikings had been discovered (by me) as touching Drummonds, and I think it had to do with German Drummonds from HAMburg (Polabia theater), even the Traby-related Trips from Hamburg who use the French-Massey boot.

To understand what the Kay entity was, I look to his father, whom I have identified as the Kinner surname, first found in Fife. REMEMBER, the Kay Coat is a version of the Ince Coat, and the Ince torteaux trace to Tortona, near Pavia that I say named Fife. Hmm, recalling the Traby link to the quince symbol, what about a "quince" trace to "Ince."

The Kinner Coat is in Traby-bulge colors. 666idence? It just so happens that, in this list of Stewarts septs, we find the KINleys, first found in Perthshire, beside Fife. Kinleys use a stag, a Stewart-Crest symbol too. The Kinley stag is in the colors of the Traby/Sadowski "Q"...that is traced to the quince bloodline. AND, ZOWIE, "Kin" smacks of "Quinn/Cuin," and "Cei" smacks of "Cuin." Suddenly, I see a Kay trace to the Sforza bloodline.

If we were wondering whether this discussion touches upon the birth of Pontius Pilate to a Pict of the Perthshire region, then it should be added that Sforzas were first found in Rome, while the Duffs (of Perthshire and Fife, who were suspect at the birth of Pilate, traced by their motto term to the chief Roman god. Duffs have been revealed as Morgan-le-Fey on Bute, the chief of the nine witches...that Kay overcame and merged with. Duffs not only use the Morgan lion, but the Ley/Ligh lion that I trace to Ligurians. The Lays, Leas, Leays and similar terms are listed as Stewart septs.

Morgans just happen to be listed as a sept of Mackays, and Wikipedia's article on Mackays shows their Allan though Alan>Stewarts were rooted in Mackays. There is the Mackay list we find several Kay-entity surnames including "Caie," but don't miss the Pole-like septs that should trace to 666-Traby elements.

Mackays were first found in Sutherland. The Duffs are listed as a sept of Sutherlands.

So far, so good. We have a 666-suspect Kay entity linking well to Trabys of the quince kind, and to Stewarts of the Stig kind. The quince entity had been linked to what appeared as "chi xi" elements amongst Ligurians of the STHENelus>Cycnus = swan kind, and I traced (years ago) swan Ligurians, as proto-Sviones and proto-SITONes, from Savona of Liguria to Sion/SITTEN of Switzerland. I'm asking myself by what coincidence "Suther(land)," and Sutherland variations, smack of "Sitone" and "Sitten."

The Mowat sept of Sutherlands are clearly from Monte Alto in Italy, as with the Mauds of Cheshire. The Mowat lion is black-on-white, the color of the Patterson lion, and then Sutherlands use variations that easily modify to "Sowdon," the latter being the clan that I link to the Sodhans said to be at the root of Pattersons. Like Stewarts, Scottish Pattersons use a pelican on nest.

REMEMBER, Sodans/Sowdons had been traced (last update) solidly to Soducena at lake SEVAN (CAUCasia), which is not only the lake to which I trace "swan" and "Savona," but the lake where Gogarene/Gugar was located to which I trace "CYCnus."

The Maud write-up: "First found in Cheshire where the family of Maude, originally the Lords of Monte Alto, in Italy, settled in the Lordships and manors of Montalt and HaWARDen [caps mine to possibly indicate StigWEARDs] in the county of Flint." The Patterson lion uses blood drops, and there is a Shield filled with drops in the HaWARDen Coat, in the colors of the drops of the Traby-like Tropes/Drops.

If we need more evidence that Mowats were of Butteri and Pattersons, see the Moffat location on the Annan river, beside Dumfries where KilPatricks were first found. For the Moffat Coat is, very apparently, the Irish Kilpatrick saltire.

The Maffies/Fies/Duffs could apply to Moffats as per their "Pro rege" motto, for Scottish Pattersons use that phrase in their motto. Where have we seen the Maffia Coat before?

As Thornhill is stamped beside Moffat, check out the similarity between the Thornhill Coat and the Maud Coat. The problem is, I don't know which Monte Alto these clans were from. But I can add that Altens and Thorns use fesse in colors reversed.

Lockerby is also beside Moffat, and Lockerbys were first found in Dumfries. Then, Lockers, as with Thorns, use a thin fesse, as do proto-Stewart Alans. Lockers also use blades, which for me is code for the Blatand viking line to which I traced Alans. (As I traced KilPatricks to Hebron in Israel, I see that Lockerbys use the Hebron chevron and roses.) If you noted the Wigtown location on that map, beside Newton Stewart, keep it mind when getting to Hannas not far below, for they were first found in Wigtown. What's that BLADnoch river doing beside Newton Stewart?

Did I trace Hebron and Kilpatricks to Skull and Bones? Well then see the crossed bones in the Newton Coat. Why a "Huic habeo" motto phrase? Curiously, the Newton Crest is an "EASTERN Prince."

Recalling that mythical Atreus elements had been the Odrysians at Arda that ended up as Atrebates of Hampshire, by what coincidence is it that Easter-related Sturs/Stowers (i.e. like "Stewart"), who smack of the Stouts/Stows (both clans use three horizontal bars like Drummonds), were first found in Hampshire while the nine witches that Kay killed were of "Ystarfingun," a term smacking of Ishtar (mother goddess)? The Ister/Ester surname also shows as "Stur," you see, and we know that Est/Easts were of Bute elements, and therefore of a witchcraft cult...fully expected from worshipers of the mother goddess.

We read: "Cai is killed by Gwyddawg fab Menestyr, who is in turned killed in vengeance by Arthur." MenESTYR again smacks of Ishtar, but as the character's first name is code for Gwynedd elements, Mona / Menai also comes to mind in "Menestye." Moreover, as some further evidence that Mona and Menai trace to Menelaus, ClyteMNESTRa was married to the brother of Menelaus. Again, I trace Atreus, father of Menelaus, to Isters/Esters/Sturs of Hampshire.

It appears that, either the Arthurian myth writers identified "Mnestra" with Ishtar elements, and/or they traced Ishtar elements to the Gwynedd / Mona theater.

Why does the Star surname use an all-seeing-eye, and estoiles?? As I identify Gwynedd with Maccabees, why is the Star Coat in white on green? I had no idea, when viewing the cat in the Sutherland Coat, where exactly it should link, but here, just an hour later, I find the same cat in the Star Crest. Likely, it's the Chattan cat too, especially if Sutherlands/Sowters led to Pattersons, for Pattersons are Butteri (I link Chattans to Botters). Sutherlands were first found in CAITHness.

The Stars were first found in Wiltshire, near Winchester's Quincy clan. The Stars are in the colors of the Quinns. Quinicidences?

Having seen that heraldic write-ups include casual codework, why not also expect casual codework in the stories of mythical characters. For example, the Stubbs and Stubbings, as well as the Hearts, Colds/Coles and Braves, could be hinted at in the following:

Before Cai's birth, Cynyr Ceinfarfog [his father] prophesied that his son's heart would be eternally cold, that he would be exceptionally stubborn and that no one would be able to brave fire or water like him. Cai is attributed with a number of further superhuman abilities, including the ability to go nine days and nine nights without the need to breathe or to sleep, the ability to grow as 'tall as the tallest tree in the forest if he pleased' and the ability to radiate supernatural heat from his hands."

The Brave Coat just happens to use the same gold lion design as the Sforza lion holding the quince. The tall-tree theme could link to Esus, and it was a stubborn term in another write-up that alerted me to, and introduced, the Stubbs and Stubbings right here in this update. The latter two surnames both use Traby-bugle colors, as does the Cold/Cole bull (in the colors of the Mieszko bull), while Esus was also a bull-and-crane cult. In the poem that follows the account above, we read: " When [Cai] would drink from a horn, He would drink as much as four..." It is the Traby horn cult that is being identified as the chi-xi-stigma cult, but as the horn is a goat's horn, remember the goat, in Traby/Sandowski colors, of the Stigers/Stiglers.

There are too many reasons to repeat here why this 666-bloodline should go back to Gorgons / Amazons of Carthage, Libya, and Cyrene. The green mound of the Stigers/Stiglers, for example, traces to Cyrene/Libya. The Stiger/Stiegler goat likely traces to the Boofima > Baphomet human-sacrifice cult in Africa. It had been shown that certain Hanna-like surnames all use stags, and this stag was traced to Hannibal Carthaginians, and Carthaginians had likewise been human-sacrifice fiends. Tracing these fiends to Esus and his Treveri worshipers, then to Trabys, seems natural in this discussion. But as Drakenberg-loving Veres were a part of the Traby fiends, while Veres were Masseys, it all goes back to Meshwesh Amazons of Cyrene.

We saw that the Kinley stag is in the colors of the Traby/Sadowski "Q", and that Kinleys are listed as a sept of Stewarts. We see that Stewarts are not only said to be from a Stig entity, but that they too use a stag. Suddenly, "STAG" could be discovered as code for the STIGma-loving bloodline. You can just imagine the members of this bloodline trying to prove their "worth" as 666ers by performing a human sacrifice, or other method of killing a human. How many human disappearances are on the heads of 666ers?

The Inlie sept of Stewarts gets the Kinley Coat, with the same motto, "Amo," as Scottish Scots. Quinns were first found in Longford, and then there are many Long-using septs in the list of Scot septs.The latter also use a stag in Crest. Last I traced this motto was to Hamo de Masci of Dunham Masci in Cheshire. I traced "Hamo" round-about to Amisos/Samsun, an Amazon capital, apparently, in the land between Trabzon and the Heneti. The Scots were identified solidly as Talbots, and then the tall trees of Kay myth might just apply to the German Talls/Thals that I trace to French Talbots who not only use the Scottish-Scot bend, but the Masci bend with fleur.

The following may help to explain why Masseys use fleur-de-lys in Lys-fleur colors: "The first on record was Guillaume Talbot, descended from Hugh, Bishop of Lisieux, and was surnamed Taleboth." Remember, there is a Lys river in Aosta, and Kay elements are tracing well to the Este bloodline. As this Lys river was in Ferrat, what about Montferrat in Cuneo? Was Cuneo the place that Kinleys are named after?

It's a very good theory because I traced the Stewart Coat to the Massi/Mattis/Maffia Coat and therefore to Massino-Visconti of Piedmont (Cuneo is in Piedmont). That trace was made long before Stewarts were linked here to the Sforza quince. As a quince is a flower, might it be code for Cuneo > Kinley elements of the Lys and Ferrat kind? After all, Quinns/Cuins use a Pegasus, the Massey symbol too. Moreover, the Massi/Mattis and Stewart Coats use blue and white checks, and the Ferrat Coat is not only filled with them, but the Ferrat surname was first found in Brittany. Note the Ferrasse variation of the Ferrets. How much sense does it make to trace Pharisees to the 666 bloodline?

Suddenly, we are tracing the 666 bloodliners to Mascis of Piedmont. It's not something that I am forcing or nudging into this topic just because my mother has a Masci bloodline. The Mascis seem to be the common denominator between Stewarts and Kays, and, again, Trips use the Massey boot of the Masseys first found in Savoy, the Piedmont theater. The question is, where was the chi-xi-stigma bloodline in Piedmont? Yes, in Cuneo, I am now led to believe, but where more specifically? Montferrat! The Montforts, you see, who use the same lion as the Stocks/Stokes.

Cuneo is interior Liguria. And "Cuneo" smacks of the Queens/Cunns/Swans. The Quinn write-up: "The O'Quinns and MacQuinns...were descended from Conn, who in turn was descended from the Princes of Annaly." Here's the Conn Coat (in Traby-bugle colors again) that looks Meschin enough. Conns (see also "Cony") could be from "Cuneo," and "Annaly" smacks of the Aninley sept of Stewarts. You can see the Inley sept of Stewarts buried in "Aninley." If we're going to ask whether the Ananes Gauls are figuring in here, whom I've traced to Inces / Insubres, what about the Dunleavy, Dunlevie, and Dunlevy septs of the Stewarts?

The Conn write-up: "The Conn family name dates back to medieval times, when a prominent Roman Catholic family of the name Con, or Cone, of Auchry lived in the parish of Monquhitter." No Quitter surname comes up, but Kitters were first found in Aberdeenshire, where the Conns above were first found, and it just so happens that the Kitter Coat is the Chattan/Catto Coat (although entering "Chattan" gets a different write-up).

Hmm, the "amicus" motto term of the Kitters/Catos may just be code for "Amisos," VERY VIABLE INDEED because the location was on the Black sea at the Pontus while a mythical Ceto monster was of mythical Pontus!!! A Kitter variation, Kitto, helps to make that link all the better. It is to this Amisos theater that I had traced the hammer-depicted Ordovices. The Conns, by the way, are also in the colors of the Samsons, who ought to trace to Amisos=Samsun.

Although the Inlie sept of Stewarts gets the Kinleys, entering "Inley" gets torteaux, the symbol of Inces/Inis'! Remember, Innes' use a castle and are in the colors of the Kitter/Chattan castle. Moreover, I had linked the green Innes snake to the Visconti snake. Inleys are in the same colors as Innis' and Kitters/Chattans.

Inleys are properly, Henley," and are colors reversed to Hannas and Hands/Hants. The Inlie/Kinley stag can then link to the Hanna stag, and that tends to trace Inces-et-al to "Hannibal." The Ananes could thereby trace to Hannibals.

I'm convinced that Hannas and Hands trace to Hannibals because stags are used also by Annabels/Hannibals and Annes/Hannes/Haneys. The Hannitys (Boofima-suspect leopard in the color of the Hanna and Hands) of Hainton then seem to apply, and as they use a greyhound and the same motto term ("toujours") as Yonges, shouldn't we equate "Yonge/Jung" with the Heanage, Heneage, Henage, and Heenage variations of Hannitys? It was the John Yonge Crest that uses a greyhound, and John Yonge was a Welshman linked to Traby-related Trevor Tudor.

We just can't seem to get away from the stigma line, can we? As Yonges were traced to Hungarians, how is it that the Magyar side of Hungarians use stags in their mythology? How much sense does it make to trace 666ers to Magyars if they were named after Magog?

As you can see, the Hannity Coat is much like the Talbot and Scott Coats, and Scotts use a "Amo" motto just like the stag-using Inlies/Kinlies. It makes me suspect that Cuneo, Inces, Quinns, Queens, and the fiendish Insubres had been Hannibals in some way. I've pointed out the similarity between "Hannibal" and Hun," the latter being the peoples to which Hungarians trace themselves as per their stag mythology. I had reasoned that both Huns and Hannibals trace to "Heneti" (depicted by mythcode, ANTenor) by their common use of the "ANTler," but that idea tends to negate the possibility that "stag" is code for the 666-stigma line...unless it was sheer coincidence that an antler-using animal could also apply to "stigma." I believe that people looking for codes are inclined to use terms applying in more than one way to their bloodlines.

If you find the Traby "Q" on this page, see the antlers in the Crest apart from the stag head. You'll note that the Arms is called "Nalecz," possibly of the proto-Stewart Alans. One representative of the Nalecz "Q" (my term) is shown as Sedziwoj of Ostroroga, that location not only smacking of the Traby ostrich symbol, but of an Oster clan (Alan colors) said to be after "Easter."

See how well the Irish Hannity Coat compares to the Shatner/Chatbolt Coat. The latter surname was not going to be mentioned until this similarity was found. "Shatner" had been loaded as per the Shatto variation of the Chattans, and as Chattans were just traced quite solidly to the Ceto monster on the Pontus, it just so happens that Heneti lived on and beside the Pontus.

Why was Ceto depicted as a monster? What sort of peoples were they? Why is Ceto made the ancestry of the Ladon dragon? Doesn't mythical Cotys come to mind, made the father of Attis, father of Lydus?

It was suggested above that Stars were linked to Quinns. It was suggested that Stars were the Isthar cult...which I view as the Revelation harlot riding on the beast that I view as the Ladon dragon. It just so happens that the Shot/Shute/Chewte surname, entered as per the Shotbolt variation of Shatners/Chatbolts, was first found in Wiltshire, as with Stars. The Ishtar cult of the Cotyes > Attis bloodline was the mother goddess, Cybele, wife/mother of Attis. That works.

AND, the Shot/Shute/Chewte swords are white-on-red, the colors of the Quinn sword. Like the Kinleys that trace to Amisos, the Shots/Shutes/Chewtes use colors of the Traby "Q", and Trabys trace to the west of Amisos, in the Amazon land of Trabzon. The Shots (also "Chutes"), because they appear to be a branch of Chattans, must derive in the Cati that I and others think formed the Hatti, the peoples depicted by Atti(s). As Hannitys use the Shatner/Chatbolt Shield, Hannitys do tend to trace to Heneti.

The Stars/Steres use a cat in Crest, remember, and as it was discovered to be the Sutherland cat, compare "Suther" and variations to "Shot/Shute." I'm not fooled that Sutherlands must have been named after "south," for even the South and Suter surnames could apply. Here's the Star write-up: "Nicknames form a broad and miscellaneous class of surnames, and can refer directly or indirectly to one's personality, physical attributes, MANNerisms, or even their habits of dress. The surname Star comes from the Old English words sterre, or starre...This word was also used to refer to a white patch of hair on the forehead of a horse, an so, it may have been transferred to refer to someone with a streak of white hair." A horse's mane may have been the codework idea at one time, in depiction of mythical Manes, father of Cotyes.

When we go to the Stirling/Sterlings Coat, we not only find Traby colors again, but the buckles-on-bend used by 666-suspect Stubbs! It's easy to see that Stirlings link to Drummonds and Leslies, both Hungarian lines to Scotland's Perthshire theater, yet Stirlings are said to be Picts before the arrival of Hungarians. The Stirling/Sterling write-up: "First found in Stirlingshire, where they held a family seat at Stirling from very early times, some say, well before the Norman Conquest. The name was anciently spelt Stryvelin...The Stirlings of Keir, where the Clan seat resides, claim to have an unbroken line of chiefs that stretches from 1160 to 1677. Sir Alexander de Strivelyn, the fifth Laird of Cadder died in 1304." Cadder?

The Cadder/Calder Coat ("cadit" motto term) shows a stag head in the colors of the Traby bugle, and a swan in Crest that no doubt traces to the 666 bloodline in Liguria. The clan is traced to "caled," smacking of the Khaldi at Trabzon...that I trace to Caledonian Picts. The stag head is likewise used by Celts/Colts/Cults and Perthshire, the ones that I traced to the birth of Pontius Pilate.

It's taken me this long to check out Stag-like surnames, and there in the Stagg/Stagger Coat ones sees stags in the blue-on-gold colors of the Hannity leopards, or the blue color of the Hanna stags. I lump Hannity leopards into this paragraph because the Sigers/Stiglers use a goat, the whole of which traces to the Boofima fiends. Yes, for a change the Staggers are not in Traby-bugle colors, but the Stayres/Stayers are. They are said to be from a Stegre surname.

As you can see that "Stair" was entered to find the Stayres/Steyers, let me say that it wasn't for minutes afterward that I finally got to the Stuart list of Septs to find Stair-using surnames. Entering the Sterart sept, the Stuart Coat popped up. All of the Stair-using septs end in "Art" or "Ard," and all bring up the Stuart Coat (same as the Stewart Shield). In this picture, it appears that Stewarts are from mainline Ishtar bloodlines.

As per the Parcs/Parks that had come up from the parcel term of the Stecher write-up, note that the Parc/Park staghead is the one in the Shimmy Crest, for Shimmys are listed as a Stuart sept. Stechers, if you don't recall, are in the Traby list of clans who use the Traby bugle.

By now, I think it's undeniable that Stigweards and 666-suspect Trabys were one close-knit entity. I also think that "Stecher" should apply to Staggers and Stigers, and therefore the Stayers and Stairards, you see, so that in very fact, Stechers are purely Stewarts. If you get my drift, Astikas were Stewarts. I never would have guessed that "Stigweard" was clue to the 666-stigma bloodline had not the Traby-related Astikas used a 666-like bugle design. I had no idea at the start of this update -- not until now in fact -- that "Astikas" would be a variation of "Stewart."

In the Shimmy write-up: "The first chief to settle was named Simon Frazer, and his lands were called Keith Simon. Their stronghold was Oliver Castle on the Tweed." Do these terms not smack of the Laevi / Levi, the Pharisees, and the Simon-named Maccabees all at once?

The Frasers were mentioned in the last update, but when I got further down to stressing the Tweedale and Tweed entities, I failed to see that Frasers were first found in Tweedale. It certainly does strike me as the Pharisee line in Tweedale. I had said: "Both the Frass/Fraser and Innie/Cammie Coats use "Je suis PREST" as motto, jibing excellently with the suspicion that Frasers and Freys/Phreeze's are Pharisee-priesthood lines." The Innies/Cammies are the Shimmys too.

As the Sutherlands are suspect as a Sadducee line, though the reader might recoil at that nutty idea, here's their write-up: "It was here that the great Lords of Freskin held their territory in the 11th century. They later intermarried with the great and royal house of Moray; hence, the three stars on the Sutherland coat of arms." FRESkin???

The Innis' use Moray stars and were of Moray to boot. Shouldn't the Innie variation of the Shimmy clan link to Innis', therefore? The Innis Zionists stars are suspect on the modern Israeli flag, which could indicate that modern Pharisee bloodlines have rebuilt Israel. Like the Sutherlands, Scottish Suters use a cat in the same color. Suters are not said to be named after "south," but rather after shoemakers.

ZIKERS, just found, that German Suters use the same Zionists stars as Stairs/Stayres/Stayers. That is excellent for understanding why Kays (assumed to be linked to Mackays of Sutherland) seemed to link to proto-Stewart raven-depicted vikings.

The Schewe variation of Shoemakers looks like it could be from the Shots/Shutes/Chewtes. I have no illusion that Suters are from shoemakers, but as Mackays were of Sutherland, I think the Maker code is obviously for Mackay elements. The Maker Coat is even like that of the Sturs/Esturmys and Sturs/Stowers.

The "sans" motto term of Sutherlands could be code for the Saan or Saen septs of Sinclairs. I've never seen the list of Shaw septs before now. It had been just a theory that "Kay" was a version of the Shay variation of Shaws. In the Shaw-sept list, a "Macay." That was good timing. It tends to trace the 666-bloodline to the Caiaphas-suspect Shaws line.

Much of the above was done on Saturday. In the evening, it was email time, and I was floored again from the messages of two emailers, Tim and GD, who had no idea of what was in this update thus far. From an article on the Cantelmos surname sent in by GD:

This family descended from Everard, youngest son of Duncan king of Scotland, the ancestor of the Stuard royal family. The name Cantelmo, from one of their fiefdoms, was then used instead of their original Stuard name. The descendency was recognized by Charles II of England [= a Stewart king] in 1683 and by king Charles of Spain in a document of 1688.

...In 1607 the Cantelmo family was accepted in the Order of the Knights of Malta. Giuseppe, Prince of Pettorano and Duke of Popoli, was the last member of the hereditary line; he died in 1749 leaving two daughters: the first born married into the Tocco family, the princes of Acaia and Montemiletto, who from then changed their surname to Tocco Cantelmo Stuard.

This message was incredible for me for multiple reason, one surprising item being the cropping up of the Tocco family at that moment, for not long before opening that email, there was another article from GD on a theory concerning a Tattersall clan. The theory from non-heraldic evidence was that they were related to Ewens. Checking the Ewen Coat, I wrote to GD telling (this comes as Teagues were featured in the last update) that Ewens use a chevron like that of Teagues, while Tattersalls use tigers and a chevron on the colors of the Teague chevron. This not only tends to verify that Teagues were from tiger-depicted lines, and therefore from Togarmites / MacInTOCHs, but it dove-tails nicely with the Tocco surname.

Yes, for what I wasn't going to bother telling GD was that Irish Ewens use a Shield like that of Ivars. I wasn't going to say this because I was unsure of whether there was a link. But then the Tocco family was found in relation to the EVERard character. Entering "Ever" gets the Ivar Coat (Vere / Massey Shield). The Ivar surname had been traced to Ivars in the family of Sinclair and/or Halland Normans, and it just so happens that I trace Candidas to Sinclair Normans. My theory had been that Cantels were from the house of Candida/Candie even before finding that the Irish Ewen Coat uses the small saltire used also by the Candy/Candie Coat.

It's probably not coincidental that the Teague-Crest wolf is the Gant-Crest wolf, for I link Candidas to Gants. This tends to draw the Cantels into the Gant (of Ghent Flemings) fold.

I asked GD how possibly that Stuards could be descended from Everard, son of a king Duncan of Scotland. But upon heraldic investigation, I found it to be true in a way that dove-tailed with the update topics written earlier that day! It's too bad that I'm spoiling the surprise for you by telling you ahead of time that it was awesome. As Candidas were in Savoy, it suggests that the Stewarts of the Piedmont theater, discussed above, were largely in Candidas.

It was before getting GD's email that I traced Stewarts of the 666 kind to Monte Alto elements, and now I find that the Italian Montaults and the Cantels/Candidas were first both found in Naples.

Both Candys/Candies and Suthers/Southerns were first found in Suffolk, and both use white-on-red! Not only are there Suts all over this topic, but it jibes very much with the Stewart trace made earlier to Sutherlands. Compare "Stuard" to "Suther."

At the article on Duncan I, we find that his wife was Suthen. He fathered rulers by Suthen. There was no Suthen Coat coming up, but Suttons just happened to use the lion design used by English Stewarts! This is the same lion design as Ulmans, Withs...and Stocks/Stokes!!! Just like the Stock/Stoke lion, the Sutton lion has two tails!!! The Sutton lion is in the colors of the Morgan lion, suggesting that Stewarts of the Sutton kind were on Avalon = Bute!!!

Remember, Withs were a topic as per the SHUTTlewiths! That tends to link Suttons to Shuttles, and to clans using the weaver's shuttle (see previous update). Here is part of the Sutton write-up: "First found in Nottinghamshire where they were descended from Dreu de Montaigu who came into England at the Norman Conquest in 1066 A.D. in the train of the Count of Mortain." By what coincidence is it that both the Montegue and Saddock surnames use a black Shield on white Shield???

That now drags Saddocks into the Sutton family of suspected Suthen-related Stewarts, and Saddocks had recently been linked (by their "ears of rye") to Crees/Craiths and related Rye bloodlines. In that discussion, the Black Coat had been linked directly to the red-on-white stars of the Cree/Craith Chief, but then it was also mentioned that Conrad Black, a previous owner of the Jerusalem Post, had ancestry in Montegue names. As Scottish Blacks even use a "sed" motto term, it looked as though modern Sadducees of the Masonic kind had purchased the Jerusalem Post.

The Cantons/Candons (horizontal bars, as with Sturs/Stowers) use the same colors as Candys and Suthers/Southerns, and in the Canton/Candon Chief are stars in colors reversed to the stars in the Cree/Craith and Black Chiefs. Did the "ears of rye" used by Saddocks alert us to their Sadducee possibilities? There are "ears of wheat" in the ITALIAN Candel Crest!!! The thing that convinced me first of Stuard links to Italian Cantelmos' is the pelican-on-nest, a Stewart-Crest symbol, used in the English Cantel Coat. It just floored me.

The Candels are shown properly with Cun terms, and as the family is Italian, it could suggest Cuneo elements. Remember here that Aosta and therefore Este elements are suspect. Plus, Italian Candels are "Candida" too, and they had been in Savoy. If I'm not mistaken, Savoy included Aosta.

In the Cantelmos article, we find their symbol: a red lion on what could be either a white or gold Shield. Stewarts and Crees/Craiths both use red lions on white, and the Stewart lion is on a gold fesse! Stewarts were likely related to Bute's Crichtons/Creetons/Creightons in some way at some time. Of note is the green dragon used by both Crichtons and SETons/Seatons.

A further point is that Ewens use both a red lion and red-on-white stars, and I do think I had linked Ewens for that reason to Crees/Craiths. It was due in-part to the "Eugenius" root of Ewens that they had been traced to Euganeo at Este (Padova). It just so happens that the Everard Coat uses estoiles (!)...(in the colors of the Cree/Craith stars). As there is a Sutton location on the Trent river, note the full motto of the Trent surname: "Augeo"

The Everard surname is said to derive in boar themes, and for me that indicated Ebers = Hebrews. The Evers/Ivars even use a boar as Crest. But as we are about to be led to a black elephant, note too the black boar of the Eber surname. There are other reasons, however, to view the bloodlines under discussion as Esau-ites.

The Everard motto, "Say and do," ought to be code for the Says who use the Ever/Ivar and Ewen Shields in colors reversed. I did link Says to Setons/Seatons of Saytown. "Say and do" smacks of the Saan and Saen septs of Sinclairs, but also of "Sand," a term that I previously traced to "Candy" or "Candida." It was an email from Tim (on the Boltens of Bolten le Sands) that had me on the Sand surname...before I had viewed the motto above. The Sand Coat just happened to be a red-on-gold fesse, the symbol of the Alan Coat! Excellent timing for opening that email, or the Sands would not be here now.

Crichtons use a "send grace" motto phrase that could be code for Sand bloodliners. Both Crichtons and Seatons were first found in Lothian, where Saans, Saens and Saints were first found who I think were also Sands. In the list of Sinclair septs, we find a "Saind" and SAYnd." It all makes Setons look like Sinclairs, doesn't it? Figure on a trace to Santones of France (beside Lemovices) and Sintians of Lemnos.

My first reaction in deciding where Suthen should trace, now that I know her to be a Stewart of the Stuard kind, is the Sutherlands, but this idea occurred to me before seeing the "Sans peur" motto of Sutherlands. Suttons use "Pour"!! As more proof that Everard's mother, Suthen, traces to Suttons, the Maness Coat uses the Sutton motto exactly while the Man/Mannes/Manner Coat (Levi lions) uses the Ever/Ivar (and Ewen) Shield.

If we want to decide whether Sutherlands were named after "south" as claimed, or after Sadducee / Soducena elements, the above could be useful.

Did I trace Sinclairs of More to Moray? Yes, and Sutherlands use a red-and-gold version of the Moray stars. So says their write-up. Did I trace Mackays to Moray? We're shortly going to see these raven-depicted vikings again as Suts that link to Clovis and Esau. Didn't I trace Clovis' Merovingians to Moray? Therefore, make note now for when I get to the Sutcliffe surname (ostrich feathers) that it looks Sutherland in this paragraph.

The Sand fesse is tooth-marked, as I call it, as is the Teague and Ewen chevron, as is the bend in the English Stewart Coat! The tooth now traces to Dents (a rare tiger in Crest!), and therefore to BlaTAND "Bluetooth." PLEASE re-note the ermined white-on-black lozenges of the Dents, as they trace to ermined lozenges in colors reversed of the SITHechs = Shaws. The 666-suspect Stocks/Stokes are suspect in "Sithech," but then see the ermined white-on-black lozenges of the Thicks/Thecks...who had been shown in an earlier update as per "SiTHECH."

One sept of Shaws is "Sheach," which brings Shicks/Shakerleys/Shackerly to mind who use a hare / rabbit, the symbol of the Conys / Conns that were linked to Quinns, Queens and Cuneo, all Traby-Q-suspect entities. Thicks are also "Thaker" and "Thacker" and could therefore apply to Shakerleys/Shackerlys. Sands were first found in Lancashire, and perhaps that place traces to Langhe, in Cuneo beside Montferrat. After all, Cantels were likewise first found in Lancashire.

The Thick/Theck Coat uses a trefoil centrally, which for me is a Traby-bloodline symbol. But it also uses a fesse in colors reversed to the Alan fesse, which means more now than ever. It traces Stewarts solidly to the Sithechs. It's even excellent that Staffordshire is in the paragraph below (written before this paragraph was inserted here), for Thicks were first found in Staffordshire.

From where we saw the two-tailed lions of the Suttons, the suspicion already is that "Sutton" is somehow related to "Stock/Stoke." If Suttons were from lady Suthen, wife of Duncan I, then we have a solid trace of the 666-bloodline to Duncan's wife. In the Sutton write-up, we find a Sutton location on the Trent river, and in Staffordshire there is a Stoke-on-Trent city...featured earlier in the update! It was just too timely from GD not to have been a message from God to us all.

Here's the Sutton write-up: "...and the family later acquired Sutton upon Trent near Tuxford in Nottingham, where they became Lords of the manor and the Barons Dudley." TUXford??? Let's bet a tiger that Tuxford elements link to Toccos, Teagues, ect.

There is an Italian Tocco Coat using blue and white dancetty bars, the colors of the Toker waves! Note the tooth-y Toker chevron (with blood drops), in the gold color of the tooth-y Stewart bend. Tokers use white sea horses traced to Troy's Teucer character, and Toccos use a white flying horse. Where did we see a flying horse earlier? In the Quinn Coat! Unfortunately, the Tocco write-up gives no details and no location for to check whether it was of the Cuneo theater. Toccos use a "sinant" term that could perhaps apply to Saans / Saens and Sands.

The Tooks/Tokiens use the same type chevron, in colors reversed, as Teagues. Teagues show Cage-like variations while SANDowski-related Gastons use a cage in Took and Teague colors. Yes, the Sadowski surname (with Q knot) that comes up as per entering "Traby" was also "Sandowski," we may learn online, and thanks to Tim, I was able to trace Gastons to Sadowskis of Gostyn (see 3rd update June, 2000, for that discussion). Dutch Gostyns are also "Gaston."

The Dudleys are in the Sutton write-up, and Dudleys use a salamander in flames which was traced to mythical Teucer elements. Zikers, I just went back to find where I had discussed the Dudley salamander, finding it in the 5th update of November, 2000, where I wrote:

...I found this in the 8th update of October: "I suspect that Duttons {Tatton Shield} were Suttons...After coming to that conclusion, I saw in the Sutton write-up that they were lords of DUDley." Re-checking the Sutton Coat, I found that the clan lived in Somerset (beside Devon), meaning that Suttons were Sawdons/Sowtons but also Dudleys.

That's very interesting, for the latter clan is what I've been calling recently the Sodans...traced solidly to Soducena!

In that November update, it was exclaimed: "The Sutton lion is 'sejant'". The Sagan Coat, you see, also uses a salamander in flames. A question now is whether Sagans were Saints / Sands.

Here's the Dudley salamander, showing the green-on-gold Sutton lion. Here's the write-up on Dudley heraldry that traces to Stewarts, apparently, of the Stour kind:

The chevron was part of the arms of Stourbridge and Coseley. The pears are taken from the Stourbridge arms. The fountain (roundel) are taken from Brierly Hill...The chain is taken from the Stourbridge and Halesowen arms...The upper part of the shield contains two lions [the Sutton lion] taken from the Halesowen arms, the salamander in the base is taken from the old Dudley arms. It symbolises the metal working industry...

Never mind where the symbols are traced when it's to local themes. The fountain was traced to Cash's/Cass' who were in turn traced to the Arms of Vilnius, yes, to the Astikas that I linked both to Stewarts/STIGweards and to the chi-xi-stigma bloodline. The Arms of Vilnius also uses a anchor, seen in the second Arms of Dudely in the above page, where we see yet another "qui" motto term!!! WOW! It knocked my socks off! The "Unity" motto term of Dudleys smacks of the theme in the Arms of Vilnius.

The link above to Cashs's/Cass' is excellent where I traced them to the Cussane sector of the Patterson surname, for it is they who were from Sodhans of Hy Many. The Dudely-Arms write-up goes on to say: "The crest is mainly taken from the Sedgley and Cseley arms...The Stafford knot refers to Staffordshire." Isn't it excellent for our purposes that Saddocks are shown properly as Sedgewicks? Isn't it excellent that Sutton is on the same river as Stoke-on-Trent while that latter city is in Staffordshire? Isn't it excellent that Traby/SANDowskis use a knot too, and the Suttons were first found in NOTTinghamshire?

As Suttons use a "Pour" motto term, the Dudley pears seem conspicuous. Earlier in this update: "...the green pears of the Warden Coats could apply, as per Vere links to Wards...and StigWEARDs." As Vilnius elements had traced to Somerset, where Percivals were first found, what about the "candida" motto term of Percivals???

Again, the mother of Everard was Suthen, suspect as a Sutton entity from Stock/Stoke-related Traby Poles. The Everard Coat uses a wave reminding of the "Jewish" Pollock wave that I trace to the Arms of Vienne (Poitiers theater), a city near or amongst the Santones (they named the city of Sainte). As Irish Ewens and Ivars use the same Shield, what of the "Audaciter" motto of Scottish Ewens? Scottish Pollocks use "Audacter." As Ewens had been linked to Teagues/Caiges, what about the similarity between the Cage and Hales Coats? Didn't we read above that "The upper part of the [Dudley] shield contains two lions [the Sutton lion] taken from the Halesowen arms"? As per the Audacter term, see the following from the 4th update of last August:

Amazingly, as the Hitler surname will be discovered as a version of the Wittels and Otts, so I now find an "aude" motto term in the Wittington Coat. The Audes/Oddes (in the colors of the Italian Ottones/Ottos) use a Coat like the Wittingtons, and were first found in Audeville, Savoy. Although Candidas [Candels] were first found in Naples, they were stationed in Savoy. Possibly, therefore, the MontAULTS, first found in Naples, were the Audes of Savoy. There is a split Shield (a Fulkes theme) in the Italian Alda Coat (Tuscany), and it comes up when entering "Audi."

Earlier in this update, before opening GD's email on Cantels, Monte Alto elements were traced suggestively to Altens (in Montault colors), and they were first found in...Nottinghamshire, where Suttons were first found, and in Staffordshire (where Sutton-related Stocks/Stokes were first found). Altens use Robin Hood in Crest, and I traced the Hoods (anchor) to the Hutter variation of Hiedlers/Hitlers. As Kays have just been traced to Sutherlands, note the Kay and Kinner bird in the Hood Crest.

The Everard Crest is "a man's head in profile." Why "profile"? The Sutton and Maness motto, "Pour y PARVenir" could apply. The Nottinghamshire location of Suttons is named after the Dane ruler, Cnut. It just so happens that the Traby/Sadowski "Q" was discovered in this very update to be a knot. I kid you not that this paragraph had been written here hours before the paragraph above on Altens had been inserted. The Everard-Crest question had already been asked when the Altens became a topic again, and I didn't mention the pointed hat of the man's head in profile because I didn't have anything to link it to. The Robin Hood in the Alten Crest uses the same pointed hat!

Originally, I asked "why profile" due to the Cantel motto: "Propio vos sanguine pasco." It's translated, "I feed you with kindred blood." The Cantel Coat is a pelican on nest with young, wherefore we assume the kindred blood being fed is pelican-Polish, and probably Traby-ish. The motto is a snotty attitude be-known to royal Stewarts, isn't it? I did trace the Propers/Robins not many updates ago to Lithuanian elements.

Propers not only use an ostrich with key (!!!) in mouth, but a Manus motto term. I did not consciously know this when I asked what the profile term could mean, and then answered with the Maness motto. The key in mouth now represents, in my mind anyway, the chi-xi-stigma bloodline.

If the Everard Crest is code for Propers/Robins, then very apparently the Everard at the root of the surname was Everard, son of Suther, for she as the Suttons has traced well to Traby elements.

I now recall the trace made not many updates ago of Vilnius / Lithuanian elements to the Douglas clan. It just so happens that the Douglas list of septs shows many Sand-using terms, and that page too shows a salamander in flames!

As there is a Ynglis sept shown, that term having to do with the Yngli ancestry of Anglos, the angels in the Dudley Arms are thereby identified as code for Angles. The two Dudley angels (supporters) look feminine, and then the Arms of Vilnius use two women as supporters.

This is a good place to repeat the Dudley write-up where it's salamander in flames is said to symbolize the metal working industry. That's junk. Heraldic flames have been traced well to Flemings, as for example the fire-breathing Seaton dragon. Moreover, Sands ought to trace to Santones and then to Sintians of Lemnos, a metal-making island of the Kabeiri Hebrews.

Does the Sutton write-up trace to the count of Mortain? The Douglas list shows several Mortaine-like septs. This tends to clinch the "DUDLey" like to "Dougal" and therefore to "DOUGLas." Find how Dudleys could link to Vilnius, and one should find how Douglas' link to it.

By the way, the Sutten Crest is a winged blue lion, and Dudleys use a blue lion in Crest too. As Stewarts had been traced to Massis/Mattis'. and therefore to Massins/Masons, note that the latter use the very same blue lion as this Dudley Coat at

Did you notice the chapeau in the Douglas Arms. It reminds me of a surname, first found in Naples, that I had linked to mythical Capys, but I cannot recall the surname. It had used a black-on-white lion. The point is, Candidas/Candels were first found in Naples, and Douglas' have many Sand terms as septs.

There is the expectation that Suttons should link to the Duncan surname, but as a Duncan variation is "Donkey," see the donkey on this page of Polish Arms. Beside the donkey "Polkozic", the name of the Arms, and beside that is the SANDomierz location of Poland. The donkey is in Traby/Sandowski colors. Above the donkey, in the Crest, there is a goat standing on its rear legs, just like the goat of the Stigers/Stiglers!!! The Stiger/Stigler goat (!!!) is also in the white-on-red colors of the Traby/Sandusky "Q" knot.

The colors of the Donkey/Duncan Coat??? In the colors of the Traby/Sandowski "Q"!!! AND ZIKERS, the Duncans/Donkeys even use a bugle! This is new to tribwatch, and it's all too coincidental not to be correctly interpreted just as it has been presented: Duncan I was linked to Polish Trabys of the 666-stigma kind! The only explanation is that Duncan married a Suthen / Sutton line of STIGweard = Stewarts who formed the Trabys and/or Astikas in the first place.

I've seen "Duncan" as "DunCHAD." Not only does a Chad Coat use the same colors again, but the Chad surname was from Litchfield elements that were earlier traced to Lechs = Poles: "The popularity of the [Chad] name was perhaps aided by the exploits of St. Chad, who was the third Bishop of Litchfield in the 7th century." By what coincidence did we run into the Lichfield location of the Stockley/Stokely write-up earlier in this update (Lichfields are also "Litchfield")? Again, both Stoke and Sutton are on the Trent river.

Clicking to the Sandomeirs article, we find the city in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship and using the Piast eagle (in the colors of the Trabys/Sandowskis once again), suggesting that Miesko's daughter may have been named after Swietokrzyskie elements. As we are interested here in Set/Sed-like terms, what about this: "The name of the city comes from Old Polish Sedomir"? The city is "at the junction of Vistula and San rivers," not forgetting the Saan sept of Sinclairs, for I suspect that the Candidas/Candel line of Sinclairs links to "Sand."

Clicking to the San-river article: "The San (Ukrainian: Syan, German: Saan) is a river in southeastern Poland and western Ukraine...The San arises in the Carpathian Mountains near the village of Sianky...Poland's largest artificial lake, Lake Solina, was created by a dam on the San River near Lesko." Wow, I had no idea about this Lesko location, and hadn't yet arrived to this article when mentioning Litchfield above. Earlier in this update, I had traced German Litch's/Liskes to Lesce of the Sava river. This for me indicates that Polish Leslies were in Lesko too.

Hmm, the Arms of Lesko use a symbol in the shape of an 'S', just like the Save snake. Hmm, Lesko is located in Doly, not forgetting that the Litch/Leche Coat is the Alan-of-Dol Coat in colors reversed.

WOOOWWWWIEEEE! Not only is there a Roman-like location in Doly, but a Sanok location on the San/Saan river once again smacking of the Saan sept of Sinclairs: "Important cities of this region include Biecz, Gorlice...Rymanow, Brzozow, and Sanok." . In the Arms of Sanok, the green Visconti / Sforza snake swallowing an infant!!! That is just an excellent find for linking the Save snake to Viscontis. But then Didn't I trace proto-Stewarts of Dol to the Massi/Mattis surname that I claim was of the Massino-Visconti location? It seems, therefore, that Dol was named after Doly elements!

BEHOLD the Styr river, smacking of the Sturs/Stowers, found in the Lendians article. The Sanok article tells that it was the land of Lendians, you see, who smack a little of "Alan." It now recalls where one website claimed that "Alan" meant "snake." Alan Huns had joined Attila the Hun, from the House of DULo! The Styr goes through Brody, and then there is a sun also in the Brody Coat. The term reminds me of PodeBrody/PodBrady in Bohemia, where one Leslie-related Drummond, George of Hungary the father of Drummonds, took a wife (according to some articles).

Brody is not far outside the metropolitan area of Lviv/Lwow. Note how the Arms of Lviv smack of the Arms/flag of modern Jerusalem, with blocks behind the lions. This alternative Arms of Jerusalem even uses the Lviv-lion colors. Hmm, Zionist Rothschilds stacked modern Israel with Russian "Jews" even before the Balfour declaration (1917), even before Rothschilds took Russia (1917) and Israel (1917).

Recall the 777 = 666 that opened this update, where the letter 'v/w" of the Hebrew alphabet was said to be code for a '^' because the latter looks like a '7'. Now look under the word "Lviv" in the article above to see that the 'v' is shaped like a '6'! [After writing this Ukraine section, I was adding the sub-title to this update, "The 666 and the Laevi in the Ukraine," when I accidentally had the keyboard's Shift key depressed. What came out was ^^^ instead of 666. Sixincidence, or did someone arrange the "6" key to use upside-down 'v's?

I've always had trouble trying to understand the derivation of "Lviv," but Laevis come to mind. The "Semper fidelis" motto of the Lviv Arms has been spotted in Western heraldry. Checking just now, LOOKIE at what was found: the Anann(dale) saltire (!!!!!!) with leaves (!!!!!!) in the Keeting/Keating Coat using "Fidelissimus semper"!!!!!! This is a justifiably a 6-6-6- exclamaton paragraph.

ZOWWIE! Looking for more Semper terms in my files, what came up secondly but Lind/Lynd Coat, smacking of Lendians!!!!!! The Coat is in Traby/Sadowski colors, and the Crest uses...leaves!!!!!! German Linds use "solius," suggesting Sol or Helios of Rhodes, home of Lindos and root of the Ruthenes / Redones that were amongst Lendians.

From the same update (1st of last August) where Linds were accessed, I wrote: "The English Smythe Coat uses a different motto, 'Semper Fidelis...'" Further down that page: "the Dallas motto is, 'Semper paratus.'" The Dallas Coat is exactly the Biggar Coat! I had traced "Smith" to "Samson" because Samsons were traced to the metal-making smiths of Lemnos. In this very update, Sinclairs have traced to Santones from Lemnos! It all works like the clanging on an anvil by a fire-breathing Seaton/Satan dragon, no doubt relative to the Keatings. It appears that the Samson cult was in Lviv as well as amongst the Siemowit > Mieszko Poles.

The Traby/Sadowski write-up: "First found in Lemberg (Lwow,) a province of Poland. Is that not amazing after having committed myself to a 666-Traby theme? Is the 666 coming to Jerusalem because Trabys had part in founding it? What is Brzezinski doing these days to advise Obama on Jerusalem matters?

I had even traced chief Mormon codes to Lemnos, and Mormons were founded (visibly) by a Smith surname (there must have been other, more-important, Freemasons behind the cult).

It just so happens that I traced the father's side of Rollo Sinclairs to the Carpathian mountains on the Mures river. I had also traced the Flemish Biggars to the Mures (at Biharia), and they too use a bend like that of Leslies. Much later, and recently, I found the Rollo Sinclair family at and around Romer of Norway, and it puzzled me, upon investigating Romers, to find a Ukrainian Roman surname but showing no Coat. I can now add that Italian Romans were first found in Naples, where Candidas/Candels were first found!

AND WOWWIE, Scottish Romans were first found in Peeble-shire, where Tweets/Tweedales were first found whom I had traced to SWIEToslawa!!! Do the math; it adds up to 666 (so to speak).

Did we trace Leslies to Sforzas who use the quince? Yes, and the Quince/Quincy Coat uses seven gold-on-red mascles (definitely a symbol of Rimini's Maskalys/Maschis), as does the English Romer Coat. These Coats are in the colors of the Flemish Letch/Lechmere Coat and pelicans. You may recall that Saer de Quincy was of Lothian elements, where the Flemish SETons were first found. Can we therefore venture a trace of "Seton" to Sedomir = Sandomeirz? Why is there a "mere" on the "Lechmere" surname?

Didn't we trace the Quinces and Quinns to the Ligurian swan, who was mythically Cycnus? Recall the idea that "Chi xi" amounted to the makings of Chick surnames and the like, for the Kicks/Kech(ler) Coats use a bend like the Leslies, and gold symbols on the bend like the Leslies. German Hechs look like Flemings, and then Dutch Hechs/Hacks/Heckels use a goat on its hind legs! The latter are said to derive in "hook," and Ezekiel 38 depicts Gog with hooks.

It's interesting that lake Solina is on the San near Lesko. German Romers (pine cone, as with Maskalys/Maschis) use a sun, and entering "Sun" gets the Sinclair surname (Lothian).

I traced Moray and the More of Sinclairs to Moravians, namely via the bloodline of Boleslaw I of Poland to the SVATOpluk ruler of Great Moravia. These Bohemians go back to Borivoj , "recognised as [the first duke of Bohemia] by his overlord Svatopluk I of Great Moravia." On the San river: "The region subsequently became part of the Great Moravian state...The region then became a site of contention between Poland, Kievan Rus and Hungary starting in around the ninth century. This area was mentioned for the first time in 981 (by Nestor), when Volodymyr the Great of Kievan Rus took the area over on his way into Poland. In 1018 [the year before Rollo took Normandy] it returned to Poland..." It seems to me, because I identified Sinclair Rus as Varangians, that Sinclair presence in the Ukraine now becoming apparent at Sianky (a city in the Ukraine), was a Varangian-of-Kiev entity.,_Duke_of_Bohemia

In 1018, Poland was ruled by Boleslaw I (son of Mieszko), brother of Swietoslawa. As Boleslaw's line went through Boleslaw I of Bohemia to SVATOpluk oversight (himself apparently named after "Polock"), it's likely that SWIETOslawa was named in honor of Svatopluk elements. She married both Swedes and Danes, and it just so happens that Varangians of Kiev were from Sweden while Rollo was a Dane line.

Sandlers could apply to the Sands under discussion, but even if not, there are black-on-white elephant heads in the Irish Sander Coat. I did not know this consciously when prepared at any moment to introduce the black on white elephant of SUTcliffes. Tim sent in a Sutcliffe Coat with three feathers that appear to be typical ostrich feathers, two white ones on the outside and a black one in the middle.

Recalling the "tout" motto term of the Oliphants, so we find a "tout" motto term in the Sutcliffe Coat shown by It shows the elephant design used in the Crest of the Corbins/Corbetts (raven). As the latter surname uses a "pascit" motto term, smacking of the "pasco" term of Vilnius-related Cantels, it appears that Sutcliffes were related to Suttons. And Pascals use Levi lions, it seems that, indeed, Sutcliffes and Suttons are named after Sadducee elements. Recall the so-called "Corban" law of the Israeli chief priests.

Raven-depicted vikings that proto-Stewarts were from were Danes, and Duncan I was the DUNkeld dynasty suspect as part-Dane. In this picture, Duncan's wife, Suthen, looks like she was of the raven vikings of the Sutherland-Mackay kind that led to raven-using Mackies/Mackeys.

As I identify the heraldic donkey with Samson elements and then link his Timnah entity to Hebron's Anaki giants that led to the Alky-giant entity, Alcmene, mother of Hercules, by what coincidence is it that the Duncan/Donkey Coat uses the Hebron chevron? Samson's Timnah entity was, we may assume, Edomite, from Timna the Horite of Seir, wife of Eliphas.

The Sander write-up: "This name was originally derived from the Greek personal name Alexandros...". However, the Sander Crest is an elephant head "charged with a torteaux," and I trace torteaux to Tortona of Alessandria. That's also where I traced the Doris/Orris surname that I think links to Pollocks that themselves trace to Vienne. Recall, therefore, the Herods of Israel who had intermarried with Sadducees, for one Herod of Israel, says Wikipedia, was banished to a Vienne in France.

The plates in the Sanders Chief likely link to BLATand "bluetooth." The Plate surname (looks Macey-ish = Maccabee-ish) was, as with the Sands, first found in Lancashire. That works.

The "Cliffe" part of Sutcliffes could link to Cliffs/Cleaves (Traby-bugle colors), who are in Sutcliffe and Sander colors, and then use a cinquefoil centrally like the Thicks/Thecks of Staffordshire that were traced to Sithechs and Stocks/Stokes of Staffordshire, relatives of the Suttons further downstream on the Trent. Whew. As these clans are all Sadducee-suspect as well as chi-xi-stigma suspect, what about the key in the Crest of Cliff-related Clavers/Cleaves? The key is not only linked now to chi-xi-stigma, but has for years been the topic of the Sheaves/Chaves line to Sithechs=Shaws...who use a "qui" motto term.

Were Suttons first found in Nottingham? So were the Cliffords! The latter use a Shield filled with Ward checks, and a version of the Drake wyvern.

To what had I linked the "tout" motto term? In the case of the Rollo Coat, I was able to link it's "par tout" solidly to the Tuttels/Toothills because they use a Coat similar to the Valois', and Rollo is believed by many to have married a woman of Valois. But more than that, as Candidas were of the Rollo line, it made sense to link "tout" to the Tout/Toot surname using a "red canton!

By now you may know that Eliphas, son of Esau, is suspected in the Oliphant surname with "tout" motto term, but now also in the black elephant of the tout-using Sutcliffes. And you may know already that Esau is said to have a black boar symbol in the book of Enoch. The Rollos Crest is not only a black boar, showing strong allegiance to Esau's sons, but didn't we trace the 666-bloodliners to the blue boars of Crowleys and Darbys/Dermotts? The Rollo Coat uses blue boars too.

Who were the Touts and Tuttels from? Well it just so happens that GD's emails had started on the TATTERsalls, who had been discovered as Ewens, and for various reasons that been linked to Everard, son of Duncan I and Suthen. The idea here could be that Tatters were Satters of some kind while Tuttels had been Suts of some form. It seems very likely that Tuttels had been tout-using Sutcliffes, in fact, whom I'll link without hesitation to Suttons. We could ask whether it's coincidental that both Cantels and Satters were first found in Lancashire? We could ask whether it coincidental that both Everards and Tuttels were first found in Essex?

I feel that there is a good case for tracing the Esus cult of France's Teutates to Essex, if you catch the drift. In the Tuttel write-up: "The Tuttel surname comes from the Old Norse personal name '■orkell,' made up of the elements '■ˇrr,' or 'Thor,' name of the Scandinavian god of thunder and 'ketill,' meaning 'a cauldron.'" Then, in a Teutates article:

Based on writings in the ninth century commentary on Lucan, the Berne Scholia [evokes Eschol] describes Teutates' victims as being immersed in basins until they drowned...The image of sacrificial victims to Teutates being drowned or suffocated has linked this deity to the image on the Gundestrup Cauldron where a giant figure plunges a man into a cauldron or vat.

I would view the trace of Tuttels to Thor as circumstantial, if it exists at all, but having nothing to do with a "Thor" link to "Tuttel." The obvious inference is that "Tuttel" was in honor of Teutates. The Tuttel write-up goes on to mention "settlers" and "South" very casually, but in this discussion, they appear to me as codes for the Suttons, Suthers, etc. In Fact, "Tuttle" conforms very well to "Settel/Settle." There is a Settel/Settle surname...first found in Lancashire, where Satters were first found! I didn't know this consciously when suggesting above that Satters and Tattersalls.

After saying that, I saw that the Tattersall tigers are white-on-black, the colors of the Satter roses. The Tattersall tigers are said to be "passant regardant," smacking of the Rollo motto, "La fortune passe par tout." It just so happens that there is a reason to link Rollo-related Cantels to passe-like surnames, which I'll get to in a moment.

The Satter write-up even traces to "PASture", and there is a Pasture surname using what I regard as the Ligurian lion of the Leys and Duffs. Duffs, like Rollos, were first found in Perthshire, and Ligurians lived in the theater where Candidas were whom I'm linking to the English Cantels. Here's the Satter write-up: "The history of the Satter[twaith] family goes back to the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture of Britain. It is derived from the family living in the ancient chapelry of Satterthwaite found near Hawkeshead in Lancashire. This surname was originally derived from the Old English elements soetr meaning shield and pveit meaning pasture."

"Pveit" is claimed as derivation for the "Thwait" ending on the Satters, but then there is a Thwait surname (also said to derive in "pveit") using a cross filled with lattice (in Traby-bugle colors). Some of the variations, such as "Thweat," remind of the Tweeds of Tweedale, Peebles-shire. We saw earlier in this update that the Arms of Stoke-on-Trent use a cross filled with lattice. Ditto for Taffees.

Aha! The Threet variation of Thwaits suggested a look at Treets, and they were not only from Treeton, suggesting a Tree bloodline that could have been the meaning of Esus' tree symbol, but they too use a red canton! It strongly links the Treets to Touts and therefore to Esus-worshiping Teutates. It in turn traces Twaits and Satterthwaits to Teutates. Conspicuously, Treets/Turtons are also "Treton," smacking of "Trent(on)."

The tree symbol of Esus should first of all derive in his Treveri worshipers, whom I ventured to identify as Trabys and Treebys. It just so happens that Treets use ten trefoils i.e. a symbol I trace to Trips/Treffs of Hamburg. If Hamburg was named after Hamar elements in the Rollo-line district of Norway, then hammer-depicted Thor could in fact apply to these Esus lines leading to Tuttels. While the Treets us a banner coming from a "mural coronet," Sanders use an elephant (Esus symbol, in this case) coming out of a "mural crown."

Why a banner by the Treets? The Banner Coat uses a canton too, and their "Nil sine Numine" motto should trace in-part to MacCabes/MacAbees of Arras, and related Newmans. The Newmans use a Coat much like Tattersalls. English Smiths use "Benigno Numine." This is interesting because I had traced Newmans to MacCabes/MacAbees of Arran, while there is a hammer in the hand of the German Smith lion that is in the colors of the Ferrari lion.

This does not necessarily dissuade me from tracing Thwaits to Tweeds of Tweedale, for Peebles-shire is on the south side of Sinclair-ruled Lothian. Tweets/Tweedales even use a pelican (and estoiles), the Cantel-Coat symbol. The design of the Tweet pelican is identical to the Letch/Lechmere pelican visited earlier in this update.

I've mentioned before that Tuttels use what looks like the Danish-Bauer leopard, it that helps to trace Tuttels to Rollo Danes. Tuttels and Rollos both share a blue-on-gold chevron, which I suspect links to the French Payen/Pagan chevron. English Pagans use the same colors and were first found in Yorkshire, as with Touts that Rollos honor in their motto. English Pagans use a "dagger erect proper," and then Propers/Robins have already been linked to the Rollo line. Propers/Robins use the Mackie/Mackey lion, as does this alternative Toothill Coat. Scottish Pagans, in the same colors again, use something coming out of a crown, recalling the mural crowns above. (by the way, the Toothill Coat looks much like this Aland Coat, and entering that term gets both Alan Coats.)

Now the Toothill Coat above smacks of the Arms of ChamPAGNE, and Hugh de Payen was involved with Champagne. As Champagne and it's Avallon area trace Campania and it's Avellino area, by what coincidence is it that Campania is in the Naples theater, the latter city being where Candels/Candidas were first found? As Sinclairs were of the Candidas, recall that Hugh de Payen is said by some to have had some affair with Catherine Sinclair of Lothian.

Now in my mother's house their is a book of Picenzo, a town in Abruzzo near Aquila. She was born there. The book tells that the peoples of Picenzo were from nobles of Naples. Italian Pagans were first found in Naples! It's very conspicuous, therefore, that the article sent in by GD on the Cantelmos family had this to say: "In Abruzzo the Cantelmos came with Giacomo in 1284, who was appointed by king Charles II Anjou as Giustiziere of Abruzzo Citra. They had many fiefdoms in Abruzzo and Molise..." One of the listed fiefdoms is Montorio PACENTro, and it just so happens that in the Naples / Campania theater there was a Picenti region / peoples.

The point here is that there is an English Pass/Pascal surname (first found in Essex, where Tuttels were first found) that should link to the "passe" motto term of Rollos, and to the "passant" tigers of the Tattersalls. There is also an Italian Pase/Pascel surname that should apply. IT SHOWS A PACENTI VARIATION!!

It floors me now that on my father's mother's side, he is a Ferrari who was in turn a Taddei (Bouillon crosses).If I recall the Tattersall article correctly, the surname was after one Tata-named female. In any case, I traced the triple chevron of Taddeis (said to be from "Theodor") to Tudors, and only years later discovered that Trevor Tudor (Traby-related) used the same Coat as a certain John Yonge. In this picture, Trevors should trace to Treveri, the same peoples roughly to which Tuttels trace.

Note the wyvern dragon in the Trevor/Trefor Crest, for the Drakes not only use a wyvern (defined with no front feet, and with a pointed tail), but Drakes use an "Aquila" motto term that is surely code for Aquila, just 10 miles from Picenzo. It's beginning to startle me. I feel as though I was born with a dragon in my closet. Surely, the Ferraris of Picenzo trace to these Vere-based Drakes.

It was news to me from GD that Hugh de Payen was a Dupuy, and then entering "Pay" got the Pace/Pascel/Pacenti Coat above. Earlier, without this on my brain whatsoever, I said: "The Satter write-up even traces to "PASture", and there is a Pasture surname using what I regard as the Ligurian lion of the Leys and Duffs." It just so happens that the Dupuy Coat is nothing but the Pasture lion!

I feel like letting out a dirty word. It's as if the little unknown town that my bloodlines were from had been named after Payen- and Bouillon-related elements of the Rollo and Cantel lines from the despicable Esus and Teutates cults. That town was named after Payen/Pagan elements, you see, from the PICENti of Naples.

Did I trace Godfrey de Bouillon, of Boulogne nobles, to Bologna of Italy? That's where the Pace/Pascel surname was first found. It gets worse because this is the Pharisee and Sadducee entity too. Why me, Lord? Why me?

You may have noted that while Candidas/Cantels of Naples use a pelican-on-nest, the Italian Pagans use the Ness/Nest Coat, which is also the Washington Shield. You see, now we see again why God chose me for this dirty work, to uncover the dirty realizes that had escaped others who sought details on the "holy" Templar bloodlines.

Masons are frauds. They trace merely to Mascis, the Meshech scythians. I kid you not, that when I saw in Wikipedia the mummies of Yuya and his wife, his wife looked remarkably like my Ferrari grandmother. Yuya is said to have been a Mitanni, and Veres trace themselves to Mitanni. Yes, it's the Massi/Mattis bloodline that furnished the Massins/Masons...and the Mattiaci Maccabees (see last updates for Mattiaci details).

As I had traced the Stewart Coat to the Massi/Mattis Coat, note that Stewart septs include Moodey and similar others using the same Shield as Maceys / Mackays. The Moodeys could per chance come from Mattiaci, and the Maccabee lines that had been traced to MODena come forcefully to mind. Entering "Moden" gets Moderlys with Modey variation...using lattice in the gold colors of the Stokes and Thwaits.

I'm not satisfied with a trace of Hasmoneans (of Modi'in, Israel) to lattice-using Guiscards and Mieszko Poles. What I'd like to know is details several centuries earlier? Who named Asmon, a reported Levi priest of Israel, and how did his descendant, Judas, get the Maccabee name? Yes, Rimini is close to Modena and should apply, but how did Maschis of Rimini apply? How did Maceys apply? Yes, we just saw again the trace I make of the heraldic lattice=fretty to Fertes, and Maceys were out of Ferte-Mace, wherefore I'm confident that ancient Maceys and Maschis applied, but how? Did God call me to find this for the world to know?

Likely, because Romans came from the Japodes theater in Illyria, the Maezaei to the south of mythical Juno (i.e. the Una / Oeneus river) should have been a Meshwesh/Mazyes/Maxyes peoples to Maceys and Maschis. I'll assume the Maschis came first as the principal Maezaei-related Romans, followed later by Maceys and Meschins of the West, for Maschis were on the east-Italy coast facing Illyria, where there happened to be a Piceni / Picente tribe.

Due to the content of this update which obsessed me, I was unable to continue with the topic at the end of the last update, where it appeared that Maccabees of Modena traced to king Massinissa of Numidia (= Meshwesh territory in north Africa). I may get back to that in the next update to see if it can uncover some further illumination.

Remember, the true Illuminati is the Body of the Holy Spirit, which no demon can overcome. The king of demons is the greatest fool who thinks that he can, by killing the body. But the murder of Christ was just the end of the king of demons, and God is no fool. The killing of Christians is the birth of stronger Christianity on earth, and more-glorious resurrections for those killed. There is no way out for the 666-fools who have decided to war against God, their own creator.

By the way, Tim sent in the following scalping article telling that it was whites who desired scalps, and that whites may have started the practice.


Especially for new or confused readers
shows where I'm coming from.

For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics

Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose

On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence -- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find -- that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.

The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
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