Monthly Archives: October 2016

From friendship with the Immortal Gods to the stewardship of the entire Creation, and the worship of the sun, moon, fire and waters


In the Avestan calendar, the first month of autumn is named after Mithrá “friendship with the Immortal Gods. Ahûrá Mazdá, the supreme god of Zoroastrianism, is not a tyrannical despot or a jealous God, and Zoroastrian religiosity is not slavery … Continue reading

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Earliest reference to the chief god of Zoroastrianism, the god of ménos “discovery, fighting spirit, will and mind power!”


The earliest reference to Ahûrá Mazdá in ancient records appears to be in an Assyrian text, probably of the 8th century B.C.E, in which Assara Mazaš, is named in a list of Indo European gods. The list in which the … Continue reading

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Zoroastrianism, and the idea of a future body obtaining all its energy from the environment


Recently I came across a quote from Nikola Tesla stating: “My idea is that the development of life must lead to forms of existence that will be possible without nourishment and which will not be shackled by consequent limitations. Why … Continue reading

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Moslem designation of the Vikings as Majus or heathen Zoroastrians, and the Maga fellowship of Zarathustra


Moslem voyagers, traders, and theologians from the Umayyad and Abbasid dynasties/caliphates, came into contact with the Vikings during their visits to trading centers such as Kiev and Novgorod, part of the “Volga Trade route.” Moslems appeared to have become very … Continue reading

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