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Colonel Lloyd Ian Morales Cagampan

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 16th December. 2020. Registration No. 0585 (Vol.4).

Arms: Gules, on a chevron compony counter compony Azure and Argent between in chief a cross crosslet fitchée between two pairs of swords in saltire Argent hilted and pommeled Or and in base a salt mound Argent, a drawing compass in chevron Or; on a bordure Azure three open books Argent fore-edges and binding Or, two in chief and one in base, and on the flanks two torches Argent flammant Or.

Crest: Issuant from a torse Argent, Azure and Gules repeated, with mantling dexter Azure lined Argent, sinister Gules lined Argent, A lion rampant Sable holding between its forepaws a Jerusalem Cross Gules.

Motto: Dios Familia El Deber.

Badge: On a fountain two swords in saltire Argent hilted and pommeled Or surmounted by a cross crosslet fitchée Gules.

Colonel Lloyd Ian Morales Cagampan

Assumed: Philippines 15th December 2020. Emblazoned and designed by The Armorial Register.

The arms were designed by The Armorial Register Ltd highlighting the armiger’s origin and accomplishments. It also follows the Spanish-Filipino cultures and traditions of the Cagampan Clan.

The cross crosslet fitchée (Cross Pointed at Base), is a combination of cross and sword that manifest the unshakeable faith of the family. The crossed sword which, by default, are depicted points upward historically indicate a readiness for battle or conflict; they represent the attributes of the armiger’s military career as a Colonel in the Philippine Marine Corps and philosophy in the service - justice and military honour.

The Set Square is a reminder to always measure one’s actions. While the Compass is a reminder to circumscribe and keep us within bounds with all mankind. It also gives a sense of hope and inspires us to follow our heart and our rightful path.

The mound of fine Salts represents the birthplace and origin of the armiger's predecessors and the primary source of livelihood of the Cagampan Clan during Spanish era (Circa 1849). Pangasinan is the name for the province of Philippines and means "Place of Salt" or "Place of Salt-Making". The depicted Pile of fine Salts can also be seen in the Official Seal of Pangasinan Province.

The Three Books represents learning and knowledge, especially in the aspects of reasoning, judgement and skill required in adult life and professional occupations. While the torch symbolizes life, truth, and intelligence. The culture and beliefs of the Cagampans’, like other traditional families of the area, were influenced by the Catholic Faith. Over the course of time, the clan branched out into the field of Politics, Public Service, Social Sciences, Military, Medical Arts and Foreign Migration, etc.

The colour blue (Azure) was chosen to represent stability, unity, and loyalty. Finally, the colour red (Gules) represents military strength, passion, and energy.

The crest of a lion rampant Sable holding a Jerusalem Cross Gules (also known as "five-fold Cross", or "cross-and-crosslets") represents strength, dauntless courage and valor and willingness to sacrifice life for the good of the Catholic/Christian Faith.

The Motto Dios, Familia, El Deber is in the Spanish language and means God, Family, and Duty. It serves as reminder to always, before anything else, put God first in all your undertakings. Love and devotion to family that sustain us, brings us back to ourselves, and reminds us what is truly meaningful in our lives. And lastly, Duty, to have a moral obligation and responsibility to perform what is right and uphold the truth.

The armiger is custodian of his family genealogy and has succeeded in tracing their origin through personal accounts, research, existing documents, stories of relatives and closet family friends and family heirlooms.

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