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"Phoenix". A fabulous bird that periodically regenerated itself, used in literature as a symbol of death & resurrection. According to legend, the phoenix lived in Arabia. When it reached the end of its life (500 years), it burned itself on a pyre of flames, & from the ashes a new phoenix arose. As a sacred symbol in Egyptian religion, the phoenix represented the sun, which dies each night & rises again each morning. According to Herodotus the bird was red & golden and resembled an eagle.

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rise from the ashes by Freekflow808 on DeviantArt

phoenix rise from the ashes

Feliz by kissy-face on DeviantArt

This is moreso the sort of artwork I'd like to get back into. Again, friend's phoenix tattoo. I dub it 'Feliz da Phoenix'. Yes, this... Feliz

Phoenix tattoo by Little-Endian on DeviantArt

A tattoo commission for (so please, don't use it !!) Phoenix tattoo

Tattoo of Phoenix and lotus, Rebirth, healing tattoo

TATTOO TRIBES: Tattoo of Phoenix and lotus, Rebirth, healing tattoo,phoenix lotus flower rebirth tattoo - royaty-free tribal tattoos with meaning

transparent phoenix logo

Download for free Phoenix #2178443, download othes transparent phoenix logo for free

Female Phoenix Rising

Drawing courtesy of DeviantArt Like the Greek mythological bird rising out of the ashes, today’s divorcees are doing the same – creating new, improved lives from the ashes of their broken dreams an…

Lotus Phoenix, Rainbow Love, Mock Product

A tattoo design my co-worker asked me to do. She likes it, but she’s gonna keep thinking about whether she wants this design on her body forever. Haha, can’t blame her, that’s a h…

I Create Art To Support Pain Management For My Child With Fibromyalgia And Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

I paint, draw, and take photos to support my 16 year old and raise awareness for pediatric Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. I have been a solo parent for many years, but last year things became even more challenging. My daughter, Pam, was diagnosed with CRPS and Fibromyalgia in March 2016.