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“Thread: This is a drawing of a relief from Persepolis (https://t.co/tQQtWmETcc), depicting "The King killing Angra Mainyu", the main adversary of Ahura Mazda, the highest deity of Zoroastrianism...”
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The Ancient Persian Warriors came home to A cleansing of Body, Soul and the Spirit. A Warrior is immersed in violence and detachment on ...
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VISHNU the VEDIC ASHURA is the Persian AHURA MAZDA, Egyptian Ausar, Greek Osiris, Assyrian Asshur & the Babylonian Marduk Asaru
Vishnu is the Vedic Age Soul of the Universe, Ashura. He is the Persian Good God, Ahura Mazda. He is also the Babylonian Supreme Deity Marduk Asaru and the Assyrian Supreme Deity Asshur. In Greece …
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Ahura Mazda is the creator and highest deity venerated in Zoroastrianism. Ahura Mazda is the first and most frequently invoked spirit in the Yasna. The literal meaning of the word Ahura is "lord", and that of Mazda is "wisdom". Ahura Mzada is the main god of the Zoroastrism, he is the Primordial God of The Good and nemesis of his evil twin brothe Angra Mainyu, Ahura Mazda will kill to his evil brother during the final battle. At the age of 30, Zoroaster received a revelation: while fetching…
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“There are no gods but R'hllor and the Other, whose name may not be said.”—Moqorro I’ve been putting off doing a meta on the Religion, because I couldn’t think of a real historical inspiration GRRM...
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The dogmatic teaching is that in the beginning there was one all-wise and all-powerful god called Mazda (which means simply the wise one, something like Lao tze) with the attribute of Ahura. Ahura is the Iranian version of the Sanskrit word Asura, which is the name of the spiritual god in the oldest parts of the Rigveda. You know the Rigveda is a collection of poems or hymns, part of the sacred literature of the Hindus, which goes back to an extremely remote age, perhaps to the time of the…
Photo about Ahura Mazda, name for a divinity exalted by Zoroaster as the one uncreated Creator, hence God. Yazd, Iran. Image of zoroastrianism, mazda, iranian - 3971713
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