“This is the Inversion of the Keys to the Kingdom. This ENTIRE Paradise Chaos Magik Ritual boils down to the Symbolic “regaining” of the Keys to the Kingdom, the Keys of Death & the Grave ie Immortality/Apotheosis/Ascension to godhood, the Phoenix/Bennu bird of Osiris rising from the Ashes of the Old Age, their Symbolic entrance to their New/Golden Age…..” – Voices From The Wall
Jessie Mercer has made a Phoenix sculpture of 18,000 house keys rising out of the PG&E wiring spools ashes. No joke, once again. First it was the Phoenix made from an accidentally cut 150 year old pine that PG&E accidentally cut down. This happened in June of this year. Now we have the keys being handed over to this spiritual kingdom of demonic entities those pose as AI. This is why the Phoenix is rising from this wire spool and not the ashes. Hundreds lined Skyway to see her Phoenix Key Tribute to Paradise today.
“ABOUT THE PHOENIX: Inspired by the events of the Camp Fire, the sculpture is composed of 18,000 keys that once opened homes, cars and even diaries lost to the flames. At the base of the sculpture is a spool of electric wiring, referencing PG&E, whose equipment sparked the Camp Fire. The Phoenix stands on top of the wiring, symbolizing the town rising above its traumatic past. Mercer wept as she received a key to the town of Paradise from Mayor Jody Jones during this morning’s ceremony.” -Stephanie Linn
“I just told people, you don’t have to carry around this totem of sorrow that makes you sad every time you look at it,” Mercer said. “Let me transform it into something comforting.” And just three days after the fire, she received her first key.
Mercer decided to get on YouTube and teach herself how to weld. After collecting enough metal and keys — and without drawing a sketch or making a plan — Mercer simply “followed her heart” and designed the phoenix. The sculpture will be displayed at the center. And in honor of her gift to the city, Mercer was presented a key to the town of Paradise.
“It’s the first ever time they’ve ever given the key to anyone,” Mercer told CNN. “It’s so cool. I don’t care about anything else. I have the key to Paradise.” Link
June 3rd, 2019
Meanwhile in Paradise…Artist Jessie Groeshen carved a Phoenix out of ponderosa pine. Of course they are going to now use a Phoenix rising out of its ashes for their Paradise inspiration. Why wouldn’t they… (IDCIART)
Below comes from Voices From the Wall page. I sometimes get tired of repeating myself so I let others say it. It just isn’t me who sees these things happening, others see it just like I do.
“The first Phoenix, carved from a 150 yr old Pine Tree[representative of Osiris] cut down “mistakenly” by PG&E, UNVEILED last May….
For those leaving Paradise, a statue resembling hope has become a common stop. Jesse Groeschen from Trinidad carved a Phoenix out of a 6-foot-tall tree stump. The property owner, Deborah Yoder, said PG&E accidentally chopped down the 150-year-old pine tree. Yoder, who lost everything in the Camp Fire, knew she wanted to take a mistake and make it into something beautiful.
“She totally thought of the idea and she did reach out to me and said she wanted a Phoenix,” said Jesse Groeschen “So, just the Phoenix is associated with hope.”
“I thought about what this tree has watched over. This tree has been here since Paradise was incorporated, it has been here before the Skyway was built and then it was here on November 8th,” said Yoder. “You can see from its location it watched over everybody as they were escaping out of Paradise and I thought it just needed something special to be made with it.”
The Phoenix bird represents being born again and rising from the ashes. Link
Osiris as the Pine tree
Osiris was more than a spirit of the corn; he was also a tree-spirit, and this may perhaps have been his primitive character, since the worship of trees is naturally older in the history of religion than the worship of the cereals. The character of Osiris as a tree-spirit was represented very graphically in a ceremony described by Firmicus Maternus. A pine-tree having been cut down, the centre was hollowed out, and with the wood thus excavated an image of Osiris was made, which was then buried like a corpse in the hollow of the tree. It is hard to imagine how the conception of a tree as tenanted by a personal being could be more plainly expressed. The image of Osiris thus made was kept for a year and then burned, exactly as was done with the image of Attis which was attached to the pine-tree. The ceremony of cutting the tree, as described by Firmicus Maternus, appears to be alluded to by Plutarch. It was probably the ritual counterpart of the mythical discovery of the body of Osiris enclosed in the _erica_-tree. In the hall of Osiris at Denderah the coffin containing the hawk-headed mummy of the god is clearly depicted as enclosed within a tree, apparently a conifer, the trunk and branches of which are seen above and below the coffin. The scene thus corresponds closely both to the myth and to the ceremony described by Firmicus Maternus.
**Thus the Bennu bird or Phoenix which represents the spirit of Osiris is born from the stump of the Pine in the Ritual last year & this year the Bennu bird returns bringing the Keys to Paradise, Ascension to the Golden Age of Man…….” End