Iconic portrait

Mother Olive (or Fatima) is a black African woman because the two witnesses used to build the Holy Celestial Church on the face of the earth are Black Africans, both born of black African parents (Bilewu and Jacob DeGagnoa).

Mother Olive or Fatima is tall and robust like an Olive tree. Her eyes are sky-blue for she is bringing a new fountain in replacement of the water of the Mill of Boly.

 Mother Olive, reincarnation of mother Eve has a grooved-neck resulting from all the pain she endured during her fighting with the serpent. Yes! She is the woman of “Toutou-bré” weeping for her lost children. Toutou-bré signifies “weeping village” in the bété language that is the spoken mother tongue of Jacob DeGagnoa.

The statue portraying her must have both arms crossed (folded) and reaching either her shoulders or her long grooved neck.

Her statue should always wear a white (or green) headscarf and a white robe that reaches her ankles. The white headscarf stands for the “Islamic faith” she demonstrates before Jehovah Yoroba; and the ankle-length white robe as to cover and preserve her nudity and virginity before the serpent that once deceived her.

The white robe she wears must absolutely have an olive green collar and a sash of the same color because the color olive-green is the symbol of the power bestowed upon her to defeat the serpent. The green collar of her white robe symbolizes the chaplet she is putting on the neck of her selected children.

The serpent at her feet is a dragon (Revelation 12: 4) and it takes a dragon to fight another dragon. Therefore, Mother Olive is an “Olive-green Dragon” and the serpent of Old must be a “Black dragon” for he was the serpent that made her to eat the forbidden fruit.

The stars at her feet and lying beside the black dragon must be exactly four because they stand for the lost children scattered at the four corners of “Toutou-bré”, the cursed world.

NB : The above portrait does not take into account the arms, just to give a rough idea.