The BEE is representative of Christ, as it reproduces itself through the process of parthenogenesis, retaining its virginity. So it is a Holy thing, the BEE. BUTTERFLIES, because they emerge from a chrysalis, and subsequently fly high above the gaping maw of man, also symbolise Christ, so they are Holy things, the BUTTERFLIES. Holiest of all however, is the big COCK of Jesus. The COCK is seen often with Jesus, because it is the COCK that awakens the sleeping world each day. Thus, the COCK symbolises daybreak, and as such, the new dawn of Light on the World, as seen in the great COCK, outlined against the sky. Yes, Jesus and his COCK, a formidable combination. "Early to bed and up with the cock," as Matthew once said. As he examined a COCK.

The presence of the Holy Spirit is also represented by the DOVE, which symbolises man's reconciliation with God, a feat not achievable through the stiff medium of the COCK.

The EAGLE is the King of Birds, and was said to be able to look right at the sun without diverting its gaze, something a COCK could never manage. Thus, flying like a COCK, the eagle, is a potent image of Christ.

The STAG represents Christ for its antlers renew each year, rising from the flaccid state of their origin, to stand proud as erect COCKS. Similarly, Christ draws man out of the chaos of the deep (occasionally using His COCK as a life-line).

The LAMB is the symbol of Christ because of Passover, when the Jews commemorated deliverance from Egypt. This is because the blood of a lamb painted on their doorways guaranteed the salvation of the Jews. The LAMB then is a symbol of the resurrected and living Christ, who is proud as a COCK, as he rears his little round head.

The LION is a symbol of resurrection because according to legend, the lion's cubs are born dead and have life breathed into them. Jesus, that big COCK of a fellow, was referred to as "the Lion of the tribe of Judah", and was as fearsome to his opponents as a wild roaring COCK.

The PELICAN symbolises Jesus, because unlike the COCK, it feeds its young, on its own blood. Thus, the PELICAN symbolises the sacrifice of Christ on the Cross, as the blood flows out, very like a spurting COCK, in a way.

The PHOENIX, is likened unto a COCK also, or a host of pouting COCKS, for its is also a symbol of Jesus. Yes, like a COCK, even the PHOENIX is identified with the thrust of Jesus' word, and also like a COCK, the PHOENIX erupts in a salivous explosion of religious ecstasy, relieving all that adore Him, of their COCKY FLUIDS.

And these are the ANIMALS, famous because they represent Jesus both in picture and in word.