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PostSubject: The Phoenix   Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:39 am

This is a magnificent firebird that is its own alpha and omega.

It has striking crimson feathers with a long red and gold tail, beak and talons. It is the symbol of immortality, resurrection and life after death. Its lifespan is 600-800 years at which time it begins to droop and look forlorn, it builds a nest of cinnamon twigs than bursts into flames incinerating both nest and bird. It is then reborn from its own ashes. The firebird will also ignite and regenerate if wounded by a foe classifying it invulnerable and immortal. Another power this bird possesses is the ability to heal a mortal with a single tear shed over him.

“The phoenix flies far to the front always scanning the landscape to the very edge of the world. It represents the capacity for vision, for collecting sensory information about not only the environment but the events unfolding within it. The phoenix, with its great beauty, created intense excitement and deathless inspiration.” - The Feng Shui handbook.

This ancient bird is a peaceful bird with timeless knowledge and grace. It eats onky herbs and seed. Its song will magically tug at the heartstrings of all creatures within earshot. The song inspires a stirring in the hearts of mortals encouraging them to blossom in pure of heart.

As always, I invite questions and comments. Until next time...class dismissed.

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PostSubject: Re: The Phoenix   Tue Sep 15, 2009 10:25 pm

Thanks for the interesting information, Professor Washington. The phoenix sounds like a lovely bird. I don't know of any other birds that live that long. If they're reborn from their own ashes then that means they don't lay eggs, right? Boy, if I ever get sick and need to be healed, I'd like a phoenix to shed a tear over me. That sounds like a painless kind of treatment.

Be back for another lesson. Bye.
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