- I would like to hear your view
of Zoroaster and his encounters with different religions.
Q1. I would like to
hear your view of Zoroaster and his encounters with different
that the religion and beliefs of the Aryans who went to India and
those who went to Iran were the same. Indeed they were from
the same tribe. They believed in many gods and demons (as
Hindus still do). Later Zoroaster brought the Zoroastrian
religion to Iran. He brought the concept of One God (Ahora
Mazda) and the Devil (Ahriman). This created a rift between
the Iranians and Hindus. Indeed they became enemies and they
had many wars with one another. That is what the legends of
Rustam and Esfandiar, in Persian poetry, and the epic of the
Bahagavad-Gita in Indian culture, evolved from. The very
gods (divas) in Hindu became deevs (demon, Devil) in Persia.
So the Zoroastrian religion became the rift which tore these two
I also believe that Abraham was Persian. He traveled to
Southern Iraq (most probably Iraq became a Persian providence, but
that is not the point). He already believed in One God (Ahura
Mazda). People in Iraq then, of course, did not believe in One
God. They believed in Bal, and many other gods.
Conflicts started between Abram (Abraham) and the natives. He
became more and more isolated. Hebrews kind of fell on
themselves. At this time he started having visions and started
the Hebrew religion. That is why that religion has been
strongly influenced by the Zoroastrian religion.
Of course the rest is history (His Story). Christianity,
Islam and the Baha’i religions were all influenced by the Hebrew
religion. Hebrews and Arabs are all
children of Abram (Abraham), etc.
The Children Of Israel (the ten lost tribes), later on, left
Palestine and went toward Europe and North America (to understand
this, read our book at:
CHILDREN OF ABRAM (ABRAHAM), "ALL PROPHECIES ARE FULFILLED"
(you need Microsoft Word or Word viewer to read this book; we
also have this in Adobe Acrobat!). Arabs conquered all the
Middle East, Egypt and North Africa to Spain and south of France.
They made a lasting impression on the Spanish race and culture.
Spanish people come to South America.
So the Persian influence on the human race and their religion is
much more than most people realize!