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Thus Speaks Zarathustra: The Influence of Zoroastrianism on the Modern World

In the history of religion, few names are so unknown, yet so immensely important, as the prophet Zoroaster (known as Zarathustra in Persian). In the once formidable ancient empire of Persia, the teachings of this ancient prophet laid the foundations for a religious community that would influence much of the modern world, and live on in a small, thriving community, today known as Parsis, or Zoroastrians. 646 more words


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A confusion of nature

 Burmese script is mostly circle-based. မင်္ဂလာပါ is how they write “mingalaba,” or “hello.” Their alphabet is a descendent of older Dravidian scripts, which were written on palm leaves. 922 more words


Jazzed in Yazd

We pulled into the large parking lot in front of Tehran’s imposing central station with more than an hour to spare before our evening train. Posters of ayatollahs Khomeini, (left), who died in 1989, and Khamenei looked down on us benevolently.  1,844 more words


Zoroastrian sites near Yazd

Zoroastrianism was the original religion of Iran, and the oldest monotheism (belief in one God) religion in the world. Now practiced by about 190,000 people, there are a number of important sites in or near Yazd. 202 more words


Outline of Zoroastrianism

A post for your review. Please see the Christian reaction and reply at the end of the post. 1,477 more words

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The False Religion of Zoroastrianism

If you don’t know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior you can receive Him into your heart and He can deliver you from darkness and sin and have your name written in His Book of Life. 194 more words

Satan's False Religions & Cults Exposed