Monthly Archives: October 2012

Chinvat Perethü; the Bridge of understanding and Ásbrú, the Aesir’s Bridge


Our universe is riddled with passages and according to the poetic gathas Chinvatö Perethü, or the Chinvat Bridge is the name of the main passageway from this world to the next and the wondrous realms beyond. At the dawn that … Continue reading

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Rue, the sacred plant of the Zoroastrian lore and the national herb of Lithuania


Rue, the sacred plant of the Zoroastrian lore and the national herb of Lithuania Rue called in Old Iranian svanta, spand, Modern Farsi Esfand,was a well known “auspicious” plant among the ancient Aryans. It plays a great role in both … Continue reading

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Dastoors, rivers of knowledge and Herbeds, scholar priests


Dastoors, rivers of knowledge and Herbeds, scholar priests The Zoroastrian Parsis employ dastoor as the title of a high priest and the term dastoorán dastoor has replaced the earlier pēshöpáy“spiritual leader, pontiff,” or the Sassanian möbedán möbed “chief magi.” In … Continue reading

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géush úrvá, the soul of animals;


géush úrvá is a very important gathic phrase meaning “the soul of animals;” occurring many times in the poetic gathas. I believe the following true story clearly elucidates the meaning of the term and how animals have a soul. ardeshir http://www.inquisitr.com/331051/dog-guards-deceased-owners-grave-for-six-years/Continue reading

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The Great Endeavor, Renewing the world and Making it Resplendent per Yasna 30.2


We read about Yasna 30.2 in the ancient vársht-mánßr commentary of the poetic gathas; the commentary states this sacred verse is “about the wise choice of WILL by each hero and heroine, and the concluding great battle/reward and the way … Continue reading

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The authentic pronunciat​ion of the entire poetic gathas on youtube


It was few days before  the fall equinox or around September 18th 2012 that i have started the authentic pronunciation of the entire poetic gathas and today i finished; a little before Oct 8th or the end of Mithra festival, … Continue reading

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