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Phoenix Handpan Care and the Need for a Moratorium on the Proliferation of Satanic Symbolism in the Steelpan Industry

For the second time in less than a week, a new handpan related outfit is blatantly promoting yet more satanic symbolism in the steelpan industry. In our last article, we discussed Spirit Handpans and the debut of their downright disgusting menstruating vagina laced logo, and how the handpan industry has reached a new low by virtue of this debut, especially in light of the fact that Spirit Handpans has yet to put one single instrument on the market. Phoenix Handpan Care has been quick to follow suit with the debut of their satanic logo without having any actual product available as of today. What is even more striking is the the fact that just last week on October 24, 2016, we published an article entitled More Highfalutin Flunkies of the Satanic Handpan Agenda: Colin Foulke, Vision Instruments, MEU and Sew HandPan where we explained in detail the satanic symbolism behind the ''Phoenix'' Handpan line offered by Vision Instruments from Italy. For good measure, here is a portion of the information we re-published about the Phoenix:

The Phoenix Bird is a symbol of Lucifer:

The Phoenix ... is believed to be a divine bird going back to Egypt ... This Phoenix destroys itself in flames and then rises from the ashes. Most occultists believe that the Phoenix is a symbol of Lucifer who was cast down in flames and who they think will one day rise triumphant. This, of course, also relates to the rising of Hiram Abiff, the Masonic 'christ'." [Bill Schnoebelen, quoted by Dr. C. Burns, "Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated", p. 123]

 

 

In light of all of the same old recycled symbolism present in the above logo debuted by Phoenix Handpan Care such as the 6 which appears as the ''O'' in Ph6enix, in addition to the use of the Phoenix in the handpan industry yet again to promote a product, it is quite clear that creativity is sorely needed in the handpan industry. This is not to suggest however that creativity existed in the handpan industry in the first place, especially since we have proven that Felix Rohner is essentially the Christopher Columbus of the handpan ''new world''. 

Ph6enix Handpan Care is based in Italy and is apparently related to the Italian branch of the satanic handpan coven. We wrote the following in a recent article:

''Seemingly, Italy has a lot of handpan demons as Sew Handpan, as well as Vision Instruments are based there. Not surprisingly, this is also where the handpan hardcase demons from HCT are located as well as satanic handpan artiste Pam Gogh Marinelli.''

It should come as no surpirse that Alessio Massi of HCT is directly related to Ph6enix Handpan Care as well. Likewise, it should also come as no surprise that Alessio Massi is also a close associate of Mark Garner from Saraz, who we suspect of being a member of of a suspected Asheville, NC based handpan coven.

Essentially the Phoenix is a proper metaphor for the handpan by and large because the handpan was a dead, Trinidadian, steelpan throwaway that was cast into the darkness because of its numerous flaws. It rose from the ashes of dead and buried steelpan designs courtesy of Felix Rohner who caused it to become glorified (triumphant). 

Therefore, it is definitely no wonder that the handpan has been used as a soundtrack for death. Take the following video for instance, which was published by the New York Times on October 27, 2016 under the heading ''For Unclaimed Dead, Grim Delays Before the Final Stop''. The article features a handpan as the soundtrack of death on Hart Island:

 

All of these depressing, dark handpan soundtracks really make the steelpan seem so bright in comparison, especially since one can really only think of a beach, warm weather and good vibrations when the sounds of the steelpan come to mind. With that being said, we shall leave the readers with some stellar steelpan brightness in order to shake off the bad vibes that these handpan demons consistently leave in their wake.

 



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