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A·hu·ra Maz·da (ä-h r m z d ). n. The chief deity of Zoroastrianism, the creator of the world, the source of light, and the embodiment of good.

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Homage Unto Ahura Mazda
Table of Contents. Homage Unto Ahura Mazda. TABLE OF CONTENTS .................
Darius and Ahuramazda: Visiting the Behistun Inscription
Darius and Ahuramazda: Visiting the Behistun Inscription. Touraj Daryaee. Professor of Ancient History.
Omnipotence Of Ahura Mazda And The Concept Of Evil In The
But so far no one had ever expressed a view that Ahura Mazda is not omnipotent i.e. all powerful.
Chapter II 1. Varunaand Ahura Mazda
necessitates the break up of the name of Ahura Mazda.

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Parsi community ushers in New Year
"We offer sandalwood or teak wood to our God Ahura Mazda, which is represented by the fire in the agiary, followed by special thanksgiving and appraisal prayers.
Capsule containing Pope John Paul II's blood heading to Mexico
Mazda expands its Walthall plant
The company website states that name “derives from Ahura Mazda, a god of the earliest civilizations in West Asia...the god of wisdom, intelligence and harmony.
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Breivik adına yayınlanan manifesto da esasında Şeytan'ın Rahman'a (yani Avesta'nın anlatımıyla Ehrimen'in Ahuramazda'ya) aleni meydan okumasıdır.

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Ahura Mazda - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ahuramazda and Zoroastrianism
Gradually, the prophet began to understand that Good Thought had been sent by the supreme god Ahuramazda, a name that can be translated as Wise Lord.
Ahura Mazda
Mar 3, 1997 In Persian belief, Ahura Mazdah ('Lord Wisdom') was the supreme god, he who created the heavens and the Earth, and another son of Zurvan.
Mazda Ahura, the wise God in Mazdayasni doctrine
Fire is the symbol of God A God who doesn't command, hate and.

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