Legends of the Phoenix

The phoenix is a fantastic legend which has captured the imaginations of people down through the millenniums. Is it only a myth or is it like many such stories based on some ancient event? In my blog post today we will explore the history of this ancient legend. The truth may surprise you. (Authors note: This is another in a series of articles I wrote several years ago. Because it is graphically rich I have reproduced it here as a series of images. If you need to increase the text size just use (Ctrl +) or click on each image. I hope you enjoy the article. – William Struse)

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Legends of the Phoenix

  1. Ruth Hirt

    Thank you for the culturally enriching article. Admirable is your tenacity in research and cater it to readers. I appreciate the piece.

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  2. andrew wambugu

    William… I have no words to express the joy your articles have brought to me. Though my research is very limited your effort in these articles is much appreciated. Thank you . Andrew Wambugu

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    1. William Struse Post author

      Most welcome Andrew! And thank you for letting me know. It brings me great joy to know that my love for such Biblical subjects are shared by others such as yourself.
      Warm regards,
      William

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