What is the meaning of the pinecone statue and courtyard in the Vatican City?

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Their is a huge bronze pine cone statue in the Pine cone Court within the Vatican City, during my studies, the symbolic meaning of the pine cone is to represent the Pineal gland, which (as some of you know) controls the melatonin in your body and is shaped like a pine cone, hence the name. Some also call it the “third eye”. Why then, is it present in the Vatican City? What kind of meaning do they (the church) tie to it?
Please, serious answers only.
Awwwwah come on people! Not here to answer serious questions?

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Pinecones regularly appear framed in Freemason Octagons on the ceilings of Masonic Lodges, and Large Freemason sculptures on the side of the Whitehall Building in the New York Financial District goes so far as to depict two enormous intertwining snakes spiraling up to a pinecone overlooking Battery Place (which is striking similarity to the Staff of Osiris).
Vatican and freemasons use ancient pagan symbols as they secretly celebrate pagan gods. There’s no excuse for Vatican to use this pagan symbols even if Vatican was built in the same land where ancient pagan altars used to be… Vatican shouldn’t have any of this statues or paintings in honour of pagan gods or saints…. Bible tells us that God ordered us in one of his commandments not to have anything like this, statutes or paintings of people, animals, birds, plants…. nothing at all!!! Vatican should know better then to still desplay ancient pagan symbols etc.

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