Thanks to Христо Стилиянов who informed in a comment:
The two doves were set upon straight after being released by children standing next to Pope Francis at the Vatican.
With tens of thousands of people watching on Sunday the boy and girl, standing alongside Pope Francis, let the doves go over St Peter’s Square to conclude the Vatican’s annual “Caravan of Peace” event.
But what did happen just one/two days before???
Pig heads sent in boxes to Jewish targets in Rome
Police are searching for the culprits who sent pig heads to a synagogue, Israeli Embassy and a museum with a Holocaust exhibit. The mayor has condemned the act as intimidation to the local Jewish community.Comments (4)
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Saturday, January 25, 2014, 5:27 PM
Above image - the above image #28 is quoted in the following excerpt from the chapter CHRISTMAS AND LADY DAY in The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop.
".....In many countries the boar was sacrificed to the god, for the injury a boar was fabled to have done him. According to one version of the story of the death of Adonis, or Tammuz, it was, as we have seen, in consequence of a wound from the tusk of a boar that he died. The Phrygian Attes, the beloved of Cybele, whose story was identified with that of Adonis, was fabled to have perished in like
manner, by the tusk of a boar. Therefore, Diana, who though commonly represented in popular myths only as the huntress Diana, was in reality the great mother of the gods, has frequently the boar's head as her accompaniment, in token not of any mere success in the chase, but of her triumph over the grand enemy of the idolatrous system, in which she occupied so conspicuous a place. According to Theocritus, Venus was reconciled to the boar that killed Adonis, because when brought in chains before her, it pleaded so pathetically that it had not killed her husband of malice prepense, but only through accident. But yet, in memory of the deed that the mystic boar had done, many a boar lost its head or was offered in sacrifice to the offended goddess. In Smith, Diana is represented with a boar's head lying beside her, on the top of a heap of stones, * and in the accompanying woodcut (see figure 28), in which the Roman Emperor Trajan is represented burning incense to the same goddess, the boar's head forms a very prominent figure. On Christmas-day the Continental Saxons offered a boar in sacrifice to the Sun, to propitiate her ** for the loss of her beloved Adonis.
* SMITH's Class. Dict., p. 112.
** The reader will remember the Sun was a goddess. Mallet says, "They offered the largest hog they could get to Frigga"--i.e., the mother of Balder the lamented one. In Egypt swine were offered once a year, at the feast of the Moon, to the Moon, and Bacchus or Osiri; and to them only it was lawful to make such an offering. (AELIAN)
In Rome a similar observance had evidently existed; for a boar formed the great article at the feast of Saturn, as appears from the following words of Martial:--
"That boar will make you a good Saturnalia."......"
See the Boar/Pig as mocking of the figure of righteous Shem who killed satanist Nimrod..... See the Boar/Pig on the tree as "branch" therefore in the multiple layer pagan/satanic symbolic system (an 'holography' of symbols) as allegory of the Messiah or the Seed of the woman present in Genesis..... See the link between the cross as symbol of the tree and therefore of the Branch... All joined together in the above pagan/satanist allegory of the tree over the characters of the allegory.... see the pagan/satanist symbol of the cross ("tree/branch") present in Babylon and later in Rome... See the Roman cities built on the cross scheme "Cardo and Decumanus" with the significance being Nimrod the "builder of fortifications/cities" and being he and his re-incarnation a satanic allegory of the Seed/branch, a cross as base of the Roman cities map means that Nimrod son of Cush is the foundation of the civilization....:
Above image - Satan mocking the Branch aka the Seed of the woman with his Roman pagan system.