The noble organ is presented as the instigator of a new Swiss migration, where the whole tribe should leave its territory and, according to Caesar, establish supremacy over all of Gaul. This exodus was planned over three years, during which orgetorix conspired with two neighboring noble tribes, Casticus of the Sequani and Dumnorix of the Aedui, that each was to make a coup in his own country, according to which the three new kings would work together. When the news of his aspirations to become king reached Helvetii, the orgetorix was tried and judged if executed at the stake, he was found guilty. For the time being, he has prevented a judgment by reaching the hearing scheduled for him with ten thousand supporters and bondholders; But before the great armed force of the authorities could stop him, he died in unexplained circumstances, the Helvetians believed with his own hand.  The Helvetier (Latin: Helvētiī [hɛɫˈweːtɪ.iː]), angled as Helvetier, were a Celtic tribe or tribal congregation which, at the time of its contact with the Roman Republic, occupied most of the central Swiss country in the 1st century BC. After Julius Caesar, the Helvétiers were divided into four subgroups or pagi. Of these, Caesar mentions only the Verbigeni and the Tigurini, while Posidonius mentions the Tigurini and the Tougeni (Τωυιενο).  They play an important role in commentaries on the Gallic War, their abortive attempt at migration to the southwest of the Fallie (58 v.