Siggs

 
Siggs
GreiiN:358
Coat of arms of Siggs
Emblazoned by Falcon
AssumedAugust 2022
Country of OriginNew Zealand
TraditionBritish heraldry
Aliases Siggs#1047

Siggs
Per Chevron Rayonny Argent and Gules, in base a ram Passant Proper. From the crest, A Demi-lion Gules armed Argent, maintaining in its Dexter talon a fern of the same. For a motto, ”Omnia Possum In Virtute Christi” - ’I Can Do All Things Through the Power of Christ’

Blazon
Escutcheon
Per Chevron Rayonny Argent and Gules, in base a ram Passant Proper.
Crest
A Demi-lion Gules armed Argent, maintaining in its Dexter talon a fern of the same.
Motto
”Omnia Possum In Virtute Christi” - ’I Can Do All Things Through the Power of Christ’


Symbolism

Red, as the armigers favourite colour, represents resilience. As they are disabled, they have faced many health challenges that required a lot of resilience to overcome. White represents spirituality. The armiger is a Christian, grew up Christian and have a strong faith in God. The sheep is simply representing their favourite animal. The rayonny is a nod to the armigers real name, Josiah, which holds the meaning, "fire of the Lord."
The crest, a lion maintaining a feather, represents their heritage, the lion for Dutch and English, while the feather is for their home nation, New Zealand. Lastly, the motto is Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me". This is the armigers favourite verse and it holds personal meaning since, as they have mentioned before, they have been through many challenges because of their disability. But they firmly believe God has brought them through the difficult times to safer times.

Badge

Badge of Siggs
Badge of Siggs
Emblazoned by Falcon

Blazon: On a Plate enflamed Gules, a ram Proper.