Satanic Coat of Arms PT2
Let’s begin by defining the term of dragon, this means the bloodline of Satan. These bloodlines are everywhere but mainly in the ELITE bloodlines of the wealthy. This RED DRAGON bloodline is the wealthy, BLUE BLOODS.
Prince Charles of Wales
Now we begin to see a mixture of symbols. Although these reveal dragons and mermaids, the bats mean the awareness of darkness, evil and chaos. The unicorn is chained because in mediaeval times a free unicorn was considered a very dangerous beast (only a virgin could tame a unicorn.
Hydras are far less common in crests than the other dragons present in heraldry. The hydra, however, is said to be used on a crest only when a family (or town, or the like) has defeated a very powerful enemy. This may be due to Hercules’ defeat of the Lerean Hydra in Greek mythology.
Drakes are perhaps the rarest of the dragon types found on heraldic crests. The fire-drake, which is refered to in Beowulf, is usually defined as a Western dragon rather than a drake as it is known today.
In Figure 3, however, the crest might just be that: a fire-drake. Lacking wings, the dragon is not a Western dragon, so it could be that fire-drake, at least in this instance, does refer to what we today know as a ‘drake’.
The symbolism for an amphiptere is unknown, but the symbolism for its misnomer is. The ‘winged snake’ is usually worn by someone who swiftly deals justice.
It has also been rumored, although with little confirmation, that this creature is found on the coats of arms of those who went to Ireland to “fight the serpents” there, also called the Draconis Extinctors
Cockatrices were greatly feared of in the fifteenth century, such that a rooster was put on trial for laying an egg, thus possibly creating a cockatrice.
Baskilisks and cockatrices were both known for their deadly nature, namely their deadly stare and their venom.7 It is safe to assume, therefore, that similar symbolism would be found in heraldry. Therefore, those who chose a baskilisk or a cockatrice as a symbol would probably wish to represent themselves as deadly warriors.
Figure 5 shows a baskilisk facing dexter statant. The creature is a baskilisk, as revealed by its rooster-shaped head and draconic-body.
While many viewed dragons as a symbol of the Devil, the Western dragon, four-legged and winged, is a very common symbol on crests. This can be explained by history, for Uther Pendragon, the father of legendary King Arthur, had the symbol of the dragon on his crest.
Keen sight, power, and fearsomeness are usually connected to dragons. Treasure is also thought of when Western dragons are imagined. Thus, dragons obviously symbolized powerful, wealthy people who guarded their wealth keenly.
Dragons were quite common in heraldry, only second to the wyvern. Some of these have been given to those who have slain a dragon. For instance, Sir Moris Berkeley’s coat of arms was changed after he slew the Bistern Dragon.
Dragons were not just chosen to stand alone on crests, they were often there to accompany other things. In most cases, these other objects are dwarfed by the dragon on the crest. However, especially in cases of augmentation and alteration, dragons were used as symbols of stories.
This figure , for example, shows a lion toppling a dragon. This may be in reference to the slaying of a dragon by a member of a family whose coat of arms was a lion before; however, it is also quite possible that its symbolism is deeper. Perhaps the lion is a symbol of a victorious family over another family whose symbol was a Western dragon.
This figure holds both a bird and wyvern, which could be an example of two powerful families marrying together. Then again, since the crests were chosen such a long time ago, both figures above could simply have been chosen by a family for their own reasons.
Finally, this figure shows a dragon being slain by a sword, which is probably due to a family member’s legend. Again, it could be more of an allegory; they could have defeated an enemy family who held the symbol of the dragon.
The mixture of the Merovingian and Dragon bloodlines are shown within their COAT OF ARMS as well. They love to reveal their heritage to one another in hopes that only the one’s ‘in the know’ are receiving this info but if others do…it’s no problem because money can get anything accomplished, if they need to do away with someone.
Prince Nicolas DeVere Von Drakenberg