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The Chaldean Oracles of Zoroaster By W. Wynn Westcott
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The Chaldean Oracles of Zoroaster, translated by William Wynn Westcott of the Golden Dawn, were first published in his Collectanea Hermetica series of mystical writings. They are, in actuality, a... More > compilation of philosophical quotations, similar to the alchemical text Rosarium Philosophorum. They were very important in the rituals of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn< Less
THE CHALDAEAN ORACLES OF ZOROASTER By Coyote Pendragon
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This book is a reprint of the 1885 classic. It deals with understanding of the thought process of ancient man spiritual process at the the start of civilization up though the ancient Greeks with... More > recited sacred works. This would have been a common work among magickains, and spiritual people at least 50 years ago. Sadly, this work fell out of print and this is an attempt to have a hard copy for personal use.< Less
Zoroaster has spoken By Friedrich Nietzsche
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the first-ever gender-neutral translation of this classic work in smooth modern English with biblical allusions, of which there are many despite the author's God-is-dead stance, noted. Unabridged and... More > accurate.< Less
The Book of Zoroaster, or The Zartusht-Nāmah By Zartusht Bahram
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The “Zartusht-Nāmah” is a unique account on the life and times of Zoroaster and his deeds. It was written by Zartusht Bahram Pazhdu - a Zoroastrian writer of the early 13th century.... More > He was famous for his Persian poems “Zartusht-Nāmah” or “Zarātusht-Nāmah” (“The Book of Zoroaster”) and "Ardāvirāf-Nāmah” (“The Book of Ardaviraf”). Both poems were written based on old Pahlavi manuscripts. You can enjoy reading the first ever English translation of the “Zartusht-Nāmah”, made by E. B. Eastwick in 1843. The edition is accompanied by full-color illustrations (Hardcover edition).< Less
The Book of Zoroaster, or The Zartusht-Nāmah By Zartusht Bahram
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The “Zartusht-Nāmah” is a unique account on the life and times of Zoroaster and his deeds. It was written by Zartusht Bahram Pazhdu - a Zoroastrian writer of the early 13th century.... More > He was famous for his Persian poems “Zartusht-Nāmah” or “Zarātusht-Nāmah” (“The Book of Zoroaster”) and "Ardāvirāf-Nāmah” (“The Book of Ardaviraf”). Both poems were written based on old Pahlavi manuscripts. You can enjoy reading the first ever English translation of the “Zartusht-Nāmah”, made by E. B. Eastwick in 1843. The edition is accompanied by black & white illustrations (Colored softcover edition).< Less
The Teachings of Zoroaster, and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion By Shapurji Aspaniarji Kapadia
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Zoroastrianism is a religion much commented upon by a few enthusiastic Oriental scholars, and less understood by the general public. Out of the millions of believers of this faith in the by gone... More > ages, there now remains a handful of devout followers, known as the Parsis. I have, therefore, ventured to put before my readers a brief sketch of the teachings of this divine prophet. I hope, that the strangers to the faith may find in it food for philosophic enlightenment, and the Zoroastrians themselves a subject for deeper and wider researches in the untold wealth of sublime theology and philosophy, now locked up in the monumental tomes of the ancient Avesta writings.< Less
ZOROASTER – O SÁBIO MILIONÁRIO BENFEITOR By Cleberson Eduardo da Costa
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Mesmo depois de ter nascido pobre, um excluído social, e, ainda assim, mediante todas as dificuldades, conseguido estudar, formar-se, prosperar, tornando-se milionário, vivendo,... More > após superada à pobreza mais de 15 anos na riqueza, aos exatos 40 anos, eis que Zoroaster, depois de refletir exaustivamente sobre o sentido da sua existência, decide voltar a levar a antiga vida de homem humilde que até os vinte e poucos anos levara, abrindo mão, acredite-se ou não, de tudo o que até então conseguira conquistar, ou seja: 1- as várias empresas; 2- a sua cobertura na Barra da tijuca – local onde residia; 3- as centenas de imóveis que possuía; 4- os carros de luxo; 5- as ações de grandes empresas, etc.< Less
The Teachings of Zoroaster and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion: An Explanation of Zoroastrianism and its Connection to Christianity By Shapurji Aspaniarji Kapadia
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Kapadia's investigation of the Zoroastrian faith is important for clarifying and defining the important religious tenets native to followers of Zoroaster. Zoroastrianism is most famously known as... More > the world's first major monotheistic religion. Zoroaster's assertion, made in his home country of Persia sometime between 1500 and 650 BC, was that there was only One God who governed over everything in the known Earth and wider universe. Over centuries, Zoroaster's creed became dominant in what is now modern-day Iran. In the ancient era, the belief in a single, omnipresent God was radical and profoundly different from the paganism which had come before it. Many people - including those in Greece and Rome - continued to worship a pantheon consisting of many Gods, corresponding to the elements of the physical world, for many centuries after Zoroaster perished.< Less
The Teachings of Zoroaster and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion: An Explanation of Zoroastrianism and its Connection to Christianity (Hardcover) By Shapurji Aspaniarji Kapadia
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Kapadia's investigation of the Zoroastrian faith is important for clarifying and defining the important religious tenets native to followers of Zoroaster. Zoroastrianism is most famously known as... More > the world's first major monotheistic religion. Zoroaster's assertion, made in his home country of Persia sometime between 1500 and 650 BC, was that there was only One God who governed over everything in the known Earth and wider universe. Over centuries, Zoroaster's creed became dominant in what is now modern-day Iran. In the ancient era, the belief in a single, omnipresent God was radical and profoundly different from the paganism which had come before it. Many people - including those in Greece and Rome - continued to worship a pantheon consisting of many Gods, corresponding to the elements of the physical world, for many centuries after Zoroaster perished.< Less
Shamal By Klaudio Zic
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Iran breaks free with Moon in Cetus III. New Year's Moon in Orion marks reverse 9-11 - a new era begins #2018shift - as Zoroaster rises.

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