Asked in Fantasy BooksDeath and DyingPhoenixes
Death and Dying
How would one kill a phoenix in a way that the ashes would be destroyed or not form in the process?
Asked in Phoenix
Why do you think someone would name a city after a Phoenix?
Asked in Fahrenheit 451
Fahrenheit 451- what is the salamander and Phoenix disk?
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
What cell process would be stopped if the ribosomes were destroyed?
What is a tattoo that would signify a new beginning?
Asked in Fantasy Books, Birds, Constellations, Phoenixes
Is the Phoenix a real bird?
The phoenix is a mythical bird, one that is supposedly immortal through repeated resurrection. It was written about in Greek mythology and based on ancient Egyptian legends. It was described as a large bird, much like an eagle. Only one phoenix was said to have lived at a time. This gold and red bird, always a male, lived in Arabia. Each phoenix lived for exactly 500 years, and when it was about to die, it gathered twigs and spices and built a nest. Then the phoenix sat on the nest and waited patiently for a ray of sun to set the nest on fire. The bird never tried to escape its fiery death, for from its ashes a worm would come crawling out. This worm became a new, beautiful little phoenix, who immediately set to work gathering its father's ashes into a ball of incense. The phoenix then flew with these ashes to the Egyptian city of Heliopolis, the City of the Sun, and buried the ashes in the temple of the sun god. Then it flew back to Arabia to live for 500 years, when the cycle would be repeated.
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What is the greek for reborn?
Asked in Manners and Etiquette
How would you describe a person who has drastic change for better?
Asked in Volcanoes
What would you expect to observe after a volcanic eruption?
Asked in Diamonds
Is their a place around Abbotsford BC where I can get ashes made into diamonds?
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Asked in Nuclear Energy
What would happen if a nuclear power plant is bombed?
Asked in University of Phoenix
What would you have to pay to get accepted into the University of Phoenix?
Asked in Constellations
How many stars make up the Phoenix Constellation?
In the constellation Phoenix, there are 12 stars. The abbreviation for this constellation is Phe. The myth for this constellation and how it got its name is the phoenix would apparently end its life in a burning conflagration, only to rise once more from ashes and live again. It's said to live for five hundred years. After this period of time it collects nice smelling wood to only pile it up and be consumed of fire and flame. For it to only come to life once more. If you have ever seen Harry Potter and the order of the Phoenix, you may recall a phoenix in a cage consumed with fire and flame only to rise from its ashes and live once more.
Asked in Volcanoes
What happens to places after the volcano has erupted?
Asked in Harry Potter, Harry Potter Movies
Why did Harry's ho-crux was not destroyed in second part when basilisk's fang was inserted in his arm?
it was not destroyed because in order for the horcrux to be destroyed, harry would have to die. When the basilisk's fang pierced through his arm, he did not die because of Dumbledore's phoenix which is said to have tears that heal wounds. So the phoenix's tears healed Harry, so he did not die, so the Horcrux was not destroyed.