Mitres are usually white, gold or red, sometimes quite beautifully embroidered, and have two tails, called “lappets,” that fall from the back. The shape of the mitre is supposed to represent the tongues of fire that rested on the heads of the disciples gathered in the upper room on the Day of Pentecost, when God sent the Holy Spirit to the Church.
Recent Pope Benedict with a bizarre sculpture behind his throne This image was circulated on Facebook, I have no idea if it's from an actual visit the Pope made. If you Google search "Pope Upside Down Cross" you'll find more overt evil signs from the "Pope". It wouldn't surprise me if it's real. If you look at it with a mirror and see the left side, you'll see a pentagram and the horned beast.