The floral display for the canonization Mass of Popes St John XXIII and St John Paul II.
Two red horns. Not clever!
6 parts to the whole display. Sections in each half of the display giving us...
6 to the left...
6 on the right...Not clever! And all right in front of the papal altar!
Okay, I admit, I got this information from elsewhere from a man claiming this was a message from the Illuminati to the Illuminati and I won't link to that site, because I would think some things can be read into just a little too much, but quite honestly, can the Vatican, who have obviously gone to a great deal of trouble to lay out this weird, rather new age floral display, not touch anything without giving people reason to think that the the Vatican is promoting symbolism of the occult or that the forces of antichrist have taken over Rome?
You cannot blame internet nuts for analysing it and asking, 'What are they trying to tell us?' because, you know, somebody's gone to a great deal of effort! Obviously, its a masterful display connoting the tongues of fire of the Holy Spirit or perhaps the twelve Apostles, but, you know, people will read into new symbols and people will talk.
The guy who gives an 'in depth analysis' of the symbol says this will be the symbol of the 'new one world religion' that will replace the Catholic faith. That sounds just a little far fetched, but as far as floral displays go, unless this is an entry into a new Royal Horticultural Society Esoteric Symbol Flower Show, I can't see immediately what this symbol represents. It's like the modern Catholic Church, I suppose, in as much as it says little to nothing about anything, let alone nothing of Christ. It's not even very pretty. Next time a Pope is canonized, why not keep it simple, as they do at Arundel Cathedral's legendary Corpus Christi Carpet of Flowers.