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Last Update: 18/02/2018

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Cyrus Jenkins Lai

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 2nd February 2018. Registration No. 0445 (Vol.3)

Arms: Gules, a bend sinister between in chief two swords palewise in fess and in base a chalice Argent.

Crest: [On a wreath Argent and Sable] A lion rampant queue forche Gules crowned Or.

Motto: Misericordiae Et Irae. (Mercies and Wraths)

Assumed: United States of America 1st February 2018.

The Arms of Cyrus Jenkins Lai

The field was chosen by the armiger to represent the victory gained through the blood and sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Gules); The ordinary represents the kingdom of heaven (Argent) being a defence, but not of the world (a bend sinister). The chief charges represent two aspects of faith used to fight off Satan, the word of God and prayer (Ephesians 6:10-18; two swords palewise in fess). The base charge represents an open cup (a chalice) to receive the Holy Spirit, also representing the purity (Argent) that comes from receiving the blood of Christ (Gules) around it. The positioning of the charges has significance to the armiger with those in chief placed there because they are the weapons (two swords) used to defend against Satan, while the base charge is so placed as the spring (a chalice) from which one draws energy to fight (the Holy Spirit). The field and charges are chosen also to represent the Father (Argent), the Son (Gules), and the Holy Spirit (Argent). The field and charges reflect the trinity motif found throughout Christianity.

The crest of a crowned lion (Gules) represents Christ, the lion of Judah, over heaven and earth fighting and triumphing over the forces of evil. The torse and mantling are Sable, representing the heavens, and Argent, representing the divine.

 
 

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