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Eduardo Pazikas

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31st. March 2011. Registration No.0184 (Vol.2).

Arms:  Gules in chief three castellated towers Argent one and two, in base barry wavy Argent and Azure.

Crest: A dexter arm in armour embowed Argent the gauntlet grasping a sword Argent hilted Or pommeled Gules

Motto: Veneratio, Diligentia et Fides (Honour, Perseverance and Faith)

Private Registration: Sweden: 2010.23 - Svenska Vapenkollegiet - No.SV162.

Further Private Registrations: Russian College of Heraldry - Registry given in Moscow, 28th July, 2011 Svensk Nationalkommittens för Genealogi och Heraldik - Svensk Vapenregister SV-162, 27th February, 2012 Polska Wspólnota Heraldyczna - Pazikas Nr. 190612 - 27 June, 2012 Augustan Society - Registry 10th December, 2013

The Arms of Eduardo Pazikas

The three castellated towers represents the armiger’s values denoting the divine perfection; according to a number of ancient Nordic-Baltic mythological sources the number three was quite often associated with the divine influence of controlling the present, acquiring wisdom from the past and prediction of the future; this triad has always been considered to be a sacred–like oneness, duality.

At the uppermost part of each tower there is a Sable Cross-Pommée shaped slot representing the fruits and rewards of living a good Christian life. The base of barry wavy Azure and Argent alludes to the seas representing the subconscious, emotions and the unknown.

The Armiger is a Swedish citizen born in 1965 in São Paulo, Brazil of Lithuanian ethnicity baptized into the Christian faith; he is the third and last child of the marriage between Leopoldas Pazikas (*1923 to 2001) and Aurelia Kowaliauskas Pazikas (* 1930 to 2012). He is married to Ivone de Oliveira Pazikas.

The armiger is of Lithuanian origin from the Nordic-Baltic region. Pazikas is a Baltic surname derived from the roots pazik; paź; pazie; the word Pazik means to be like an adornment; in the medieval times, in the royal courts, the title Pazik was used to address to an individual who was a loyal servant to the Kings or to the Knights.

 

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