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lunes, 27 de enero de 2014

Palomas blancas y grajos negros. Simbolismo animal y metáfora visual. (animal blanco, animal negro, una vez más)

Ya había pasado anteriormente y habíamos dado cuenta de ello, pero esta vez, icónicamente la imagen es más poderosa, puesto que el simbolismo de pureza de las palomas blancas, símbolo de la paz, símbolo además del Espíritu Santo de la Santísima Trinidad cristiana, son atacadas por la viva imagen del mal augurio, del pájaro agorero, oscuro, negro (en este caso grajos o cornejas, corríjanme los ornitólogos), además de por las consabidas y violentas gaviotas. Al fin y al cabo, gracias a Richard Bach y su Juan Salvador Gaviota de connotaciones neocristianas, la imagen de la estas aves marinas ubicuas pasa de lo positivo a lo vorazmente negativo con cierta facilidad, pero la imagen de una paloma blanca inequívocamente liberada como símbolo de paz cristiana atacada por un oscuro córvido no deja mucho margen a las interpretaciones simbólicas. Desde luego, desde un punto de vista estrictamente zoológico, seguramente nos hallamos ante una simple cuestión de territorialidad o pura y llanamente depredación.






(Anteriormente, con Ratzinger...)
http://es.noticias.yahoo.com/fotos/una-gaviota-ataca-a-la-paloma-de-la-paz-en-el-vaticano-slideshow/seagull-attacks-dove-released-pope-benedict-xvi-during-photo-130515932.html

Bien es posible que el mismísimo Juan Salvador Gaviota haya tomado cartas en la perversa suplantación de los valores cristianos por la Iglesia Católica y podamos reinterpretar de modo menos pesimista el simbolismo de la metafórica escena.





(recientemente, con el Papa Francisco...):

Ill omen? Pope’s doves of peace for Ukraine attacked by angry birds (PHOTOS)

Published time: January 26, 2014 19:23
Edited time: January 27, 2014 10:39
Pope Francis (C) watches as children release doves during the Angelus prayer in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican January 26, 2014 (Reuters/Alessandro Bianchi)
Pope Francis (C) watches as children release doves during the Angelus prayer in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican January 26, 2014 (Reuters/Alessandro Bianchi)
Pope Francis on Sunday prayed for the start of a “constructive dialogue” in Ukraine, releasing two white doves to symbolize the hope for peace. However, the doves were immediately attacked by a crow and a seagull.
Addressing tens of thousands of people gathered in Vatican City’s St. Peter’s Square for the Pope’s weekly Angelus prayer, the pontiff said that his thoughts and prayers were with the victims of the Ukrainian unrest.

“I am close to Ukraine in prayer, in particular to those who have lost their lives in recent days and to their families,” Pope Francis said.

He then raised hopes for a “constructive dialogue between the institutions and civil society,” urging both sides to avoid violence and reminding that “the spirit of peace and a search for the common good” should be “in the hearts of all.”

In a symbolic peace gesture, two white doves were then released by children standing alongside Pope Francis.
But as soon as the birds took off, they were immediately attacked by a crow and a seagull.

The crowd gasped as one dove broke free from its seagull attacker, losing some feathers in the process. The other was less fortunate and was repeatedly pecked at by the crow before flying away.

A dove released during an Angelus prayer conducted by Pope Francis, is attacked by a seagull in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican January 26, 2014 (Reuters / Alessandro Bianchi)
A dove released during an Angelus prayer conducted by Pope Francis, is attacked by a seagull in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican January 26, 2014 (Reuters / Alessandro Bianchi)
It is not clear what happened to the doves after onlookers lost sight of them.
Social networks immediately exploded with comments and interpretations of the incident; some perceived it as an “ill omen” while others simply described the situation as ironic.
Hundreds of protesters and police officers have been injured in violent riots in Ukraine. Investigators have been searching for shooters who, in separate incidents this week, killed several rioters and one policeman with rounds suitable for a sporting gun.