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Louis Gerard Cusio Rotea

Registration number 20060515J

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Louis Gerard Cusio Rotea are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Per chevron Gules and Azure on a chevron between in chief two martlets Or and in base an escallop reversed Argent three crosses flory Gules.
Crest: A Tower Argent masoned Sable rising therefrom a Philippine Eagle rousant proper gripping in its dexter talon a Bolo Sword bendwise point to chief proper.

Design rationale

In the escutcheon, the Martlets symbolize the goal of gaining of merit through, intelligence, virtue, and integrity. The Crosses Flory represent my Catholic faith, and the reversed Escallop symbolize my travels, and country of origin, the Philippines (once called the "Pearl of the Orient"). The overall color scheme mirrors the Philippine flag. As for the crest, the tower represents the only European country I can connect my family to, Spain, and it also represents my nature of strongly defending against aggression. The Philippine Eagle symbolizes Filipino heritage and strength of will. The bolo sword in the Eagle's talon represents again, my Filipino heritage, and also my attitude of being fair to everyone.

Registered by



Personal, Original, US, R

Roll of Arms