Monthly Archives: May 2017

Celebration of Equinoxes, Solstices in Zoroastrianism, and the sacredness of nature


April 30th marks the beginning of the Zoroastrian “mid-spring” festival. The mid-spring festival lasts 5 days and culminates on May 4th. Maiδyö.zarəm literally means “middle of greenery and flowers,” and refers to the “bright golden green color of spring flowers and vegetation.” … Continue reading

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Zarathustra, the Aryan prophet, the rising of ahuras, and Spring Renewal


Zarathustra was the ancient Aryan poet/prophet whose birth coincided with the celebration of spring, new dawn and renewal of vitality. His philosophy and ancient poetry is as well based on the Celebration of life/light, the will to excel and thrive, … Continue reading

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