by Glen Kealey
The dove is the main Jubal Troglodyte emblem of wisdom (meaning, of course, themselves). The dove represents power, order and free-love (peace) by which the lower worlds are maintained.
The dove has long been accepted as "the" messenger of Jubal Troglodyte "divine" will and signifies their will as "Gods".
The name dove was first mentioned to Mason Priests, by the Trogs who orchestrated Oracles, at Delphi. They would shout up their instructions from their tunnels, at the bottom of dry wells, located in the mountain caves of eastern Greece.
The Greek name for dove was Iona (Jonah/John). It was the most sacred name and was universally accepted to mean "listen, here are orders direct from head office".
John, the Apostle of Love, was the "author" credited with the fourth Gospel and of the Apocalypse.