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- The Pagan Origins Of Christian Mythology
- The Judeo-Christian religions were founded in a region of the world where savior religions existed for thousands of years. Much of the symbolism and many of the stories in the Bible may be traced to earlier myths of the Persians, Egyptians, and other people...
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- The everlasting flame
- (Top) A Parsi woman at the Kappawala Agiary at Tardeo. (Above left): The fire of the Zartoshti Anjuman Atash Behram in Dhobi Talao was consecrated Oct 17, 1897; A group of refugees made their way from Iran to Gujarat and sought shelter in the 8th century.
- GLOBAL FAITHS: Parsi agreement means declining population
- He is sometimes hailed as an early monotheist, positing a good God that he called Ahura Mazda, although he also identified an evil God called Angra Mainyu (or Ahriman), those two being the forces for good and evil in the world.
- Zoroastre et le Feu éternel
- Extraite de l'Avesta – le livre sacré des zoroastriens, composé 600 ans avant notre ère en iranien ancien –, cette prière résume bien la sagesse des Parsis.
- Zoroastrian village comes to life for ancient winter festival
- For the ceremony, before the sacred ritual of lighting the fire, six Zoroastrian priests read out loud from Avesta, the holy book of Zoroastrians.
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