|Heraldry of the World
Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : Philippines
Place of origin : Cavite City
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Official English blazon
Or, a wolf's head, cabossed, ululant and sinister facing Gules, on a chief of the last, between two compass roses Or, upon a book open proper, leathered and garnished Or, a Latin cross Sable.
For a crest, a demi-wolf segreant Gules, grasping dexter a kampilan sword Proper and sinister a latin cross Sable.
Other language blazon
The wolf in the shield is a definition of the armiger's name: Ran-dal (shield - wolf), either calling a pack to arms or howling at the moon as crying to a higher Power. The Bible and cross represent his faith and vocation. The arms were created with the assistance of the Society of Commoners Heraldry on Facebook.
Dei Gratia Ad Dei Gloriam means "By God's grace, for God's glory"
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