Attack of Doves
So what does it mean? There are many levels of meaning, depending upon the depth of understanding. Doves are symbols of love. Who would attack love? Users, abusers, reversionists, and the devil do it all the time. Christians are supposed to have love, but that love will be attacked in the devil's world. Jesus Christ had Divine Love, and He was crucified.
Attacks on love must be endured to maintain the Integrity of the Edification Complex of the Soul. God may order the attack, or Satan may seize the opportunity to attack. In any case, the attack must be endured with Impersonal Love for all mankind (Jn 13:34, 35). This is the principle of turning the other cheek (Matt 5:39) and loving your enemies (Matt 5:43-44). It is the principle of not taking revenge but leaving the matter in the Lord's hands (Rom 12:14, 19).
Attacks on love will continue until Love is mature and can withstand the attacks (1 Jn 4:18). When love tests are passed, the believer will be promoted and given more Capacity for Love.
This is not the end of the story, however, because the dove attack occurred precisely at Sunset under another Bowl judgment. The Bowl was poured out on the temporal side of the Chart. The Sun was in conjunction with the Last Adam at the point of a Plow in Sagittarius, for an enemy attack upon the humanity of Christ, the Last Adam, and the angelic army going down. And the Moon was in conjunction with Midheaven in Pisces for the glory of the Church (Eph 5:27).
So, the angel who produced the picture of the judgment of the doves also knew the positions of the planets overhead. The Earthly picture and the Heavenly picture were synchronized. The angel was in Spiritual Rapport with God. The Heavenly picture was even on the temporal side of the Chart, corresponding to the Earthly. So, the love of the six doves symbolized not only the love of man but also the Impersonal Love of the humanity of Christ on the cross (Lk 23:34). The Christian with Divine Love has the Love of Christ in his heart. He is walking in Love in fellowship with Christ (ref. 2 Cor 5:14).
Released January 5, 2017 - Revised Jan. 6, 2017