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From: AmbassadorForMank...@hotmail.com (Koos Nolst Trenite)
Date: 3 Jan 2004 16:44:39 -0800
Local: Sat, Jan 3 2004 7:44 pm
Subject: Description Of The Nolst Trenite Coat Of Arms - (Addition to 'The Meaning Of The Nolst Trenite Coat Of Arms')
Description Of The Nolst Trenite Coat Of Arms
(Addition to 'The Meaning Of The Nolst Trenite Coat Of Arms')
3 January 2004
The Trenite blazon - reportedly since 1695 - consists of a dove in
The dove and the mountains are silver.
The Nolst blazon - reportedly since 1576 - consists of three golden
The beakers are round cups, standing on a stem with a thick foot,
This makes each beaker then look like a golden ball held up by
In 1825, the Dutch 'Nolst' and French 'Trenite' blazons combined,
The shield (the background) of both the Trenite and the Nolst
The last 'e' of Trenite, in non-English (in the original)
It translates into English as "Trinity."
In French (the original) Trenite is pronounced as
The French Trenite, is a Huguenot (Reformed Christian)
On the 18th of October 1685, the 'Edict of Nantes'
'Louis Quatorze,' the "Roi Soleil" - the "Sun
He thereby removed the physical protection
Therefore many Huguenots settled abroad.
The Trenite family moved to Holland, and there, more than
The crest sign of the coat of arms, is the silver dove standing with
- See further: 'The Meaning Of The Nolst Trenite Coat Of Arms' *(1)
Koos Nolst Trenite "Cause Trinity"
'All the kings of the earth
2 Chronicles 9:23
Copyright 2004 by Koos Nolst Trenite - human rights philosopher
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