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Thurlo Aidan Berry

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 5th Feb. 2019. Registration No. 0487 (Vol.3).

Arms: Gules, a fess wavy cottised Or between in chief two bolts of lightning in bend sinister Or each crossing in front of a cloud Proper and in base a Magnolia flower Argent seeded Gules, on a canton Azure, a fess bretessed Or between in chief two saltires each of two muzzle-loading cannon barrels and in base a six pointed star Argent.

Crest: Issuing from the battlements of a tower Gules, an arm embowed Proper the hand grasping a lightning bolt in bend sinister Or.

Motto: FABER SUAE FUTURAE.

Assumed:  United States of America, January 2019.

Design: Arms devised by The Armorial Register Limited.

It is believed that Thurlo means thunder from the mountain (Thunder Ruler, Powerful, Thor, The God of Thunder, Follower of Thor); hence the two bolts of lightning each passing over a cloud.

The colour of the field, red, represents the colour of a red berry (common usage, as opposed to the scientific definition) such as a raspberry or strawberry and signifies the armiger’s last name. The armiger was born in Jackson, Mississippi and the yellow wavy fess represents the Mississippi River; the white Magnolia flower in base is the state flower of Mississippi.

For the crest, the armiger chose a naked arm holding a yellow lightning bolt to signify thunder (Thurlo) sitting upon the battlements of a tower (the arm and tower signifying “a tower of strength”).

The canton of the arms of Anaya indicates a strong and direct familial connection and is placed upon the arms, by mutual consent, as a “canton of affection”.

The motto can be literally translated as "The craftsman of his own future" but can be paraphrased as "The architect of his own future".

 
 

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