Monthly Archives: December 2019

The dual nature of “wolves, fairies, and mortal men in the Zoroastrian sacred lore, and tradition

The traditional accounts of Zarathustra’s life are contained in the 7th book of holy Denkart (Denkart literary means “explanatory works on the revealed wisdom/vision.” Denkart is the largest, and most ancient commentary work on the Avestan sacred lore. While Avestá … Continue reading

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Hearth Fire in Zoroastrianism

The 9th month of the Zoroastrian sacred calendar, that is the last month of fall/autumn is dedicated to “hearth fire, and altar,” áθar/áthar. The great festival of fire ADAR.GAAN literally “singing hymns of praise to áthar/fire,” falls on November 24th … Continue reading

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