Oh, the Non Possumus website is great!
The neo-trad Mom stuff is typical of the poorly managed xSPX websites.
Comically, the young Society priests are so dumbed down, they don't realize their material is scandalous until someone points it out on Cathinfo.
But there were other, excellent articles on the xSPX/newChurch agreement being blocked by the jews, because it endangered their heretical Nostra Aetate.
Here's the traditional Catholic imagery comparing the incompatible "Ecclesia and Synagoga".
Ecclesia is generally adorned with a crown, chalice and cross-topped staff, looking confidently forward. In contrast, Synagoga is blindfolded and drooping, carrying a broken lance (possibly an allusion to the Holy Lance that stabbed Christ) and the Tablets of the Law or Torah scrolls that may even be slipping from her hand.
 The staff and spear may have pennants flying from them. In images of the Crucifixion, Ecclesia may hold a chalice that catches the blood spurting from the side of Christ; she often holds the chalice as an attribute in other contexts.
 Attributes sometimes carried by Synagoga include a sheep or goat or just its head, signifying Old Testament sacrifice, in contrast to Ecclesia's chalice which represents the Christian Eucharist. If not blindfold, Synagoga usually looks down.
 Ecclesia has an earlier history, and in medieval art Synagoga occasionally appears alone in various contexts, but the pair, or Ecclesia by herself, are far more common.