The days of the Phoenix  

rm_phoenixRizn 48F
21 posts
2/26/2006 5:36 am

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3/16/2006 11:37 am

The days of the Phoenix

There is a belief in some Native American cultures that the flight of the Phoenix has a more dramatic impact upon modern times.
It is believed to signify the rebirth or, in some beliefs, the obliteration of the earth.
An ominous sign that is taken seriously by some.
The days of the Phoenix rising encompass many years.
With each movement of the Phoenix in its journey to rebirth, subsequent events are believed to occur on this earth.
Catastrophic events, vibratory raising events, and changes in societies everywhere.
Just as the Phoenix seeks its purification, so must the earth and its people.
Many fear this ocurrence, do not understand it, and have trouble adjusting or surviving what is happening. It reflects in their behaviors, thoughts, and actions they take.
But it is not meant to be feared, but embraced, for the love of God, earth, and mankind.
And by embracing the Phoenix, and the transformations it brings, we elevate our whole universe, and we become One.

Is anyone else familiar with this "theory"? I would be interested to know your thoughts, good or bad.


Sorceror07 54M

2/26/2006 7:33 pm

all things in the universe are cyclical in nature... everything will eventually come full circle... just as if you walk due west from where you are right now, eventually you will arrive back at the exact point in which you started (assuming you can walk on water and climb mountains )

this theme is addressed in every culture that has ever been, and ever will be as well i'm sure.

...That which does not kill me merely pisses me off!...


aascrompn 42M
6444 posts
2/27/2006 12:30 pm

I've never heard of it...


toothysmile 50M
16515 posts
3/3/2006 7:01 pm

Incidentally...
'phoenix' in greek also means 'palm tree'... ...


rm_Lance_Elliot 47M

3/18/2006 9:17 pm

I find your picture interesting as well.


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