Jarren Charl B. Magtanggol was born in Makati City and attends Pateros Catholic School. He is a descendant of Panday Pira, a native Filipino blacksmith who served Rajah Sulayman and Miguel López de Legazpi. He is a musician, athlete, and a believer in being kind to others and spreading kindness. His ambition is to set a good example for others while also contributing to his beloved country.
Description and symbolism:
The horse signifies readiness to act for one’s country. It is also a symbol of speed, intellect, virility and kindness. The symbols in chief represent values important to the Armiger: faith and hope are represented by the two fleur-de-lis, while the crescent moon recalls love. To the Armiger, white stands for peace, truth and sincerity, and black means superiority. In the crest, the cannon represents craftsmanship, and recalls the Armiger’s descendance from Panday Pira, a blacksmith who served Rajah Sulayman and Miguel López de Legazpi.
Shield: Argent a horse forcené Gules, on a chief Sable a decrescent between two fleurs de lis, all Or
Crest: A cannon Sable mounted on a wheeled carriage Or
Motto: Esse quam videri (“To be, rather than to seem”)
Assumed/granting authority: Assumed, September 7, 2022. Registered, Philippine Armorial, September 20, 2022.
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