The Phoenix is known by various names as a symbol of resurrection. When the Phoenix reaches the end of his life, it sets itself on fire, burning to ashes, then rises again to begins its life anew. It is believed that the legend came from the Orient and was adopted by Sun-worshipping Egyptian priests of Heliopolis, as an allegory of the Sun's daily setting and rebirth. Passed on to the Greeks and then the Romans, the legend of this wonderful supernatural creature has survived over the…

The Phoenix is known by various names as a symbol of resurrection. When the Phoenix reaches the end of his life, it sets itself on fire, burning to ashes, then rises again to begins its life anew. It is believed that the legend came from the Orient and was adopted by Sun-worshipping Egyptian priests of Heliopolis, as an allegory of the Sun's daily setting and rebirth. Passed on to the Greeks and then the Romans, the legend of this wonderful supernatural creature has survived over the…

If I were a mythical creature, I'd be a phoenix. I always manage to blaze brightly, burn or get burned, then crumble into a pile of ash. Once the embers cool, I always emerge as though given a new life - destined to complete the cycle once again.:

If I were a mythical creature, I'd be a phoenix. I always manage to blaze brightly, burn or get burned, then crumble into a pile of ash. Once the embers cool, I always emerge as though given a new life - destined to complete the cycle once again.:

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