The Phoenix bird is only referred to in one place within the Bible - The Book of Job. This book also mentions the wished for exchange of the sweetness of the Pleiades for the binds of Orion. The Oracle of the Phoenix leaves us with this "promise" in that the Hebrew word for Orion - Kesil means Fool and that the premise of our Religious Drama's and Purposes up to this point in our Collective has been to bring us to a new Spiritual Maturation.
Carl Jung approaches the Book of Job in a very novel way - he views God as a psychological force who's goal from the beginning has been to incarnate into Man. Job sets up the Cause and Effect dynamic that will culminate in the Christ expression. Jung views God's incarnation into Man as ongoing and continuous. God deals with his evolving consciousness as do we.
Answer to Job is very provocative and I feel, very appropriate to peruse as a follow-up to Oracle of the Phoenix. Jung gives us a better sense of the why and how the Mystery operates, whereas the Oracle looks more at the what and the where. In any event, the attached pdf is a paper written by J. Marvin Spiegelman which presents a summary of Jung's book as well as an additional Jewish perspective to the ideas of this evolving God.
I want to add to this post by bringing in a philosophical point of view that seeks to answer the question of why bad things happen to good people. I think that the last point that is brought up in the podcast is particularly thought worthy in that it highlights Job's lamenting where he curses the day he is born and translating that into an astrological acknowledgement of Fate and his Stoic reaction to dealing with it. https://historyofphilosophy.net/suffering-jewish