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LaMont Lynn Gee


Registration number 20100321A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of LaMont Lynn Gee are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Purpure, a Sun in slendour pierced through in bend sinister with a pilgrim's stave, all within a chain in orle all Or.
Crest: On a wreath Or, Gules and Vert, issuant out of flames Or a phoenix Purpure, beaked Or, above its head an estoile Or.
Mantling: Purpure doubled Or.
Motto: Endure With Faith



Registration

2009 American College of Heraldry 3258

Design rationale

The coat of arms represents many themes of Christianity. The tinctures have the following meanings to the armiger: white for purity and holiness, blue for spirituality, purple for the children of God, red for Christ's atonement, green for eternal life, gold for divinity, and silver for redemption. The estoile represents celestial goodness, the Phoenix represents the Resurrection, and the tri-tinctured wreath represents the Trinity. The chain represents service to God, the links of Christianity between generations supported by the priesthood, and the twenty-eight links are a multiple of seven which symbolize perfection and the seventh day of Creation. The pierced sun represents the piecing of the Son of God and His sacrifice for our sins. The sun's four vertical and horizontal points point to all corners of the earth representing the spread of the Gospel, the four cardinal and four ordinal points represent the Resurrection, and the multiples of four and eight emphasize the importance of the symbols and doctrines. The Pilgrim's stave represents Christ as shepherd and pastoral authority.

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Personal, Original, US, G

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