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Francisco Jose Bermejo Fernandez

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th November 2015. Registration No. 0374 (Vol.3).

Arms:  Per fess Or and Azure in chief a tower Gules between a crescent and an eight pointed star, both enhanced, Azure and in base barry of three three wave-riding horses en echelon from sinister Argent.

Crest:  Issuing from the waves of the sea Argent and Azure, a demi-horse salient Argent.

Supporters: Two Lions rampant Gules, the dexter charged on the mane by a star of eight points and the sinister charged on the mane by a crescent Or.

The Arms of Francisco Jose Bermejo Fernandez

Motto: Omnia Gloria Fluxa Est.

Certification: Chronicler of Arms of Castile and Leon, D. Alfonso Ceballos-Escalera and Gila, Marquis de la Floresta under number 47 of his memorandum book the December 28, 2013.

Private Registration: Registre Internationale des Armes Gentils (RIAG) number 693/2013 3-05-2013

The armiger was born in Murcia (Spain) in 1969. He graduated in law (1992) and in Social Anthropology (2013); and he is a lawyer. He is also an academic in the fields of heraldry, nobility, genealogy and State and Royal reward systems. The armiger is descended from Alonzo Bermexo, who was a knight at the conquest of the city of Toro (1482) and has a noble lineage from Fernandez Briceio of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.

The motto means that all glory is fleeting and that the only glory belongs to God: it serves as a reminder that man is only mortal (memento mori).

 
 

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