Khamer Jun Lugo Manalo
|Khamer Jun Lugo Manalo|
|Country of Origin||Philippines|
The tinctures of Sable and Argent are a reference to evil and good, and the shield speaks one word: Uncertainty. The armiger's life has been that word, whether it is just as simple as for wearing something to deciding to which track to take. His life is full of uncertain decisions that puts him or others in harm or in bliss. The shield is a reminder for the armiger that life is full of uncertainty, and you will never know what will happen until it happened. By virtue of design, the abstract output of the shield represents his love for visual arts and abstract expressionism. For the crest, the torse is there as a placeholder for the arm, nothing really special about it. What really is special is the quill the hand is holding and the gouttes from the ink dripping from the quill. It symbolizes his love for creative writing, as the crest is a visual representation for each writer's motto: Keep bleeding [ink to write]. The motto is a direct quote from the Philippine National Anthem, current version at the time of writing. Di ka pasisiil means that none can trample who the line is pertaining to, the Philippines. While this can denote the armiger's love for the country, it can also mean that they have the word "losing" irrelevant to his dictionary, unless of course he ought to be accepting of such. The Baybayin script is another thing that can provide the patriotism the armiger has for his country.
Blazon: A quill Argent tipped sable and a quill Sable tipped Argent in saltire, in chief and base each a goutte de poix, and overall a scroll containing "Di ka pasisiil" written in Philippine abugida Baybayin.