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Thomas Raymond Muylaert

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st May 2012. Registration No. 0229 (Vol.2)

Arms: Or, a double headed eagle displayed Azure on a chief Gules three stags trippant Or.

Crest: A dragon rampant Gules holding in his dexter claw a sword erect Argent hilted and pomelled Or.

Motto: Ex Scientia Adveho Vires.

Assumed: United States of America, January 2012

The Arms of Thomas Raymond Muylaert

The armiger chose the double headed eagle to represent the duel concept of knowledge and wisdom, strength and power. The three stags represent peace but will fight if necessary. The colour of the eagle represents (to the armiger) truth and the background, elevation of the mind. The colour of the stags represent generosity and the background colour willingness to fight for a noble cause.

The dragon on the crest represents the defender, valour and protector.

 
 

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