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Heralatin

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It's very pleasing for us to share with all of you in this occasion the Symbols of Heralatin: Forum of Latin American Heraldry recently inaugurated on YahooGroups and also sponsored by Venezuelan Association of Symbollogy - Venezimbol which is dedicates to the study and diffusion of the Latin American Heraldry in Internet and that has among its purposes, Firstly GOD, to make possible the creation and consolidation of the College of Arms and the Latin American Heraldic School.

If you wish to subscribe himself to Heralatin, send an E-mail to rjortap@hotmail.com who will assist you.

And now, here are the Symbols of Heralatin.

FLAG

[flag of Heralatin] by Juan José Morales and Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo

Attributes and Semiology

Consists in a field with ratio 2:3; this is, square and half of length whose white background presents two horizontal red wine stripes approximately equivalent to ninth part of latitude of the cloth and equidistant to superior and inferior edges by means of an equal space to its wide. Completes the design an emblematic set off centered to the hoist and integrated by two blue circles: the dexter one superposed to the other and loaded with a yellow heraldic sun, accompanied to both sides by two black columns; five seven-pointed and red stars in the superior part and three green waved stripes in the inferior part. The design, vexillographical adaptation of the Coat of Arms of the College School, reproduces the contained main elements in its field. The white color (equivalent to the heraldic Argent) symbolizes the Harmony, Clarity and the Integrity which characterizes the Entity and its members whereas the red wine stripes indicates the Audacity, the Courage, the Valor and the Tenacity required for developing successfully the functions that correspond to it at the time to constitute a tribute to mixture of bloods and cultures that gave origin to our common identity and gentilities. The Heraldic Sun, ancestral autochthonous and modern emblem, also symbolizes the "Americaness" and particularly the Latin "Americaness" jointly with the Authority and Majesty of the College. Both circles recalls the Old and New Worlds and represent the Justice, the Loyalty and the Perseverance that must observe Latin American Officer of Arms in the fulfillment of their tasks. The two black columns that remember the so called “Pillars of Hercules”: limit of the old well-known world until Columbus founding America who tacitly evokes the enterprising spirits of our community; on the one hand and by the other alludes to the Wisdom, Discretion and the Strength: virtues which have to adorn the Authorities of the College in the exercise of their functions. The combination of the worlds and the columns suggest a letter "H", initial of the word "Heraldry”: Science - Art of the Coat of Arms and Universal Code that the guarantees the quality of the Symbols, fundamental object of the College. The green stripes symbolizes the Abundance and the Hope while represent Atlantic Ocean and by extension, all Earth’s Seas: once main border and bond of connection between its Continents, represented in the five red seven –pointed stars which crowns the set.

Historical Synthesis

It was created by the Puerto Rican Heraldist Juan José Morales and the Venezuelan Symbollogist Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo on August 10th, 2004. - Sources: Original Description by Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo, August 10th 2004.

COAT OF ARMS

[coat of arms of Heralatin] by Juan José Morales and Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo

Attributes

Consists in an Hispanic contour vaulted on the Chief, denominated "Heralatinian" to be characteristic of the College, its Members and Dependencies whose simple or single quartered filed in Argent (silver) charges two roundels (circles) in Azure (blue), disposed in fess (horizontally), the dexter one superposed to the other and loaded with an heraldic sun, both accompanying to dexter and sinister by two columns in Saber (black) and on the base by a sea in Vert (green); all surmounted (placed above without touching it) by a constellation of five seven-pointed stars in Gules (red) disposed in arc and accompanied on the Chief and the Base by two belts or diminished fesses in Gules (red wine). As external ornaments, the blazon presents one flame in Or (yellow) and Gules (red) as crests and as supports, put behind to the field, two Heraldic Mallets in Argent crossed in Saltire. Completes the design a pennant in Argent (white) charging the Latin motto "IN NOMINE DEUS, NOS SUPRA" ("In the Name of GOD, Above We") in capital gothic letters of Gules (red wine).

Semiology

The field enameled in Argent (Silver) symbolizes the Harmony, the Clarity and the Integrity that characterizes the Entity and its members. The central emblematic set, reminiscence of the Arms of the Indias (Spanish Ancient name for Hispanic America) who appeared in Hispanic Standards at end of 18th Century, reaching its zenith on the Coat of Arms of Jose I Bonaparte, king of Spain, presents two roundels or circles of color which recalls the Old and the New Worlds and whose enamel, the Azure (blue) represents the Justice, the Loyalty and the Perseverance that must observe the Latin American Officer of Arms in the fulfillment of their tasks. The Heraldic Sun, ancestral autochthonous and modern emblem, also symbolizes the "Americaness" and particularly the Latin "Aamericaness" jointly with the Authority and Majesty of the College. The two black columns that remember the so called “Pillars of Hercules”: limit of the old well-known world until Columbus founding America who tacitly evokes the enterprising spirits of our community; on the one hand and by the other alludes to the Wisdom, Discretion and the Strength: virtues which have to adorn the Authorities of the College in the exercise of their functions. The sea in Vert (green) symbolizes the Abundance and the Hope while represent Atlantic Ocean and by extension, all Earth’s Seas: once main border and bond of connection between its Continents, represented in the five red seven –pointed stars which crowns the set. The diminished fesses in Gules (red wine) indicates the Audacity, the Courage, the Valor and the Tenacity required for developing successfully the functions that correspond to it at the time to constitute a tribute to mixture of bloods and cultures that gave origin to our common identity and gentilities. The flame remember the Wisdom and the Knowledge of Science-Art of the Blazon, represented in the Heraldic Mallets: old symbols of the Heralds whose heirs in Latin America constitute the main fundament of the College, called to cultivate the knowledge, investigation and spreading of Our Heraldry in parity with its Sisters Colleges in all Continents. The motto summarizes the characteristic identity and values of the College and constitutes a permanent tribute to its Founders, Pioneers and members of yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Historical Synthesis:

It was created by the Puerto Rican Heraldist Juan José Morales and the Venezuelan Symbollogist Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo on August 10th, 2004.

- Sources: Original Description by Raúl Jesús Orta Pardo, August 10th 2004.


 
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