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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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Avestan Ahura is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Avestan Ahura books and related discussion.
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- FIRE IN AVESTA
- We find many references in Avesta and Pahlavi literature to show that. Fire is venerated, and equated with the glow of Ahura Mazda.
- Chapter V Observation and Conclusion
- mentioned in the Veda and Avesta, Varuna can be compared with Ahura.
- Seven Gems from the Later Texts. by Dina G. McIntyre These days it
- The third gem appears in Yasna 60.
- AHURA'S PLAN OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS REVEALED IN AVESTA
- AHURA'S PLAN OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS REVEALED. IN AVESTA SCRIPTURES INCLUDING THE GATHA.
- An Introduction to Old Avestan Prods Oktor Skjærvø
- Skjærvø, P. O., “Ahura Mazd˝ and AÚrmaiti, Heaven and Earth, in the Old Avesta, ” in J.
Suggested Web Resources
- Ahura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- This effectively defines ahura by defining what ahura is not.
- Zoroastrianism and Avesta: Overview and FAQ
- Zarathushtra received his revelations directly from Ahura Mazda, and from his Archangels (Amesha Spentas).
- 20000-NAMES.COM: Male Persian Names & Avestan Names, Page
- AHURA MAZDA (اهورا مزدا): Persian myth name of the uncreated creator of everything in the universe, whose archenemy is Ahriman.
- Ahuramazda and Zoroastrianism
- The Avesta is the holy book of the adherents of Zarathustra, the Zoroastrians Zarathustra sometimes addresses his god as Ahura, lord, and as Mazda, wisdom.
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