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Ben Samuel Michelson

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th May 2024. Registration No. 0698 (Vol.4).

Arms: Quarterly. 1st, Or, a bear passant Sable; 2nd, Cendree, in chief a shamrock Vert and in base a cross hummetty Gules; 3rd, Azure, in chief an open book Proper and in base a Latin Cross Brunatre; 4th, Argent, in chief a grenade Proper enflamed Gules and in base a sabre bendwise sinister inverted Proper.

Crest: A lion’s head erased Or, langued Gules.

Motto: Servite Deus Quaerit Casus.

Assumed:  United States of America, 5th May 2024.


The Arms of Ben
                                              Samuel Michelson
Gonfalon: Paly of four Azure, Argent, Or and Cendree, at dexter chief a rampant lion Or, the dexter paw grasping a sword and the sinister paw grasping a shamrock Proper, at sinister chief a Latin Cross Brunatre, at dexter base an open book Proper and at sinister base a bear rampant contourné Sable . The Gonfalon of Ben
                                                          Samuel
                                                          Michelson
The colours blue and grey, represent the university the armiger attended while blue and gold are the colours used at the armiger’s wedding celebration. 

The bear represents strength and love of the wilderness. The shamrock and lion crest represent the armiger’s Irish and Finnish heritage while the cross represents the family’s history in the medical profession. The brown Latin cross represents conversion to Catholicism in the deserts of Mesopotamia while the open book represents the armiger’s devotion to learning and open-mindedness. The final quarter is white denoting a prayer for peace while the sabre and flaming grenade represent military officer-ship and the ordnance field, respectively. 

The armiger’s motto, “Servite Deus Quaerit Caus” translates to “Serve God Seek Adventure” which describes the armiger desire to serve God while attempting to make each moment of life adventurous.

 
 

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