Monthly Archives: March 2017

Nowruz “New Dawn/Day” and the Goddess of Spring/Dawn Ôstara


Nowruz or more accurately NAUV ROOZ is the most sacred and happy festival of Zoroastrianism. The “new dawn/light” after equinox is called Nauv rooz. This fresh “new dawn/day” is a reminder of the fresh “New Dawn/light” which will bring the … Continue reading

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Eire, Ireland and Iran “land of the noble ones”


In Indo-European Poetry and Myths page 142, M.L. West points out that the both the name Iran (Airan) and Irish Eire coming from Aire “a noble lord,” developed from the same root as the Zoroastrian Airyaman or literally “Aryan-ness,” the … Continue reading

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Divine kingship and Philosopher kings of the ancient Aryans


Kayánid in the ancient Iranian sacred tradition were a dynasty of “visionary leaders” who governed and ruled over the Aryans before their entry into the world stage as the greatest Empire of the ancient world. Kayánid is the plural of … Continue reading

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Avestan xšnu, Greek xenos and extending goodness toward disguised divinity


In the poetic gathas of the ancient Aryan prophet, and the Avestan sacred lore a recurring term is xšnû or ḵšnû “ to delight, be congenial, well disposed, be good natured.” Avestan xšnû is about “reciprocating, and corresponding to the … Continue reading

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Frya or love in the gathas, Old Norse Freya and Frigg


  In the poetic gathas, fryá is the personification of “love.” Intense feeling of passion/love appears as fryá, fryái and fryö in the sacred poetry of the gathas. Fryán “lovely, free” appears as a personal name in Yasna 46.12, 2nd … Continue reading

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