Iran and Zoroastrianism

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The mixture of the Aryan and the Semitic cultures had produced a special Iranian religious way with the Semitic features:

  • Monotheism.
  • Strict division into the good and the evil.
  • Strict liturgical rituals.

Kassites are the "semitized" Aryans, one of the Iranian ancestors. The Kassite deities are: Bugash – god, Buriash – god of strorms (Boreas), Indash – Indra, Marutash – Maruts, Shimalia – goddes of mountain (Himalayas), Shukamuna – Shakyamuni (Buddha), Shuriash – Surya.

Mitanni (biblical Midian, modern Kurdistan) is the Aryan Kingdom of the Mithra worshipers.

Mithraism is the Mithra cult, which was popular in the Roman provinces in the I–IV centuries and then was superseded by the Christianity in the IV century (see "Buddha, Christ and Krishna”). There are proofs that the early Christianity really was the Mithraism:

  • Underground temples of Mithra correspond to the Christian Catacombs, which allegedly existed during first centuries of the new era. For example, the underground cities of the ancient Iranian Cappadocia.
  • Ablution is a part of the initiation into the Mithra cult. The ablution scenes are depicted on the frescoes of catacombs. The Christian John the Baptist was probably a priest of Mithra.

Media had grown out of Mitanni. This is the birthplace of Zoroastrianism and the predecessor of Persia. The Magi (mighty) are the priests of Zoroastrianism.

Persia is the land of Persians (Parsi), who speak an Indo-European language Farsi (Persian or Iranian). The Pharisees are the Jews under the influence of Zoroastrianism. Since the Persians lived near the ancient Ruses, the name “Persia” is supposedly originated from "Porussiya" (means “near Rus’”).

Zoroastrianism is a monotheistic religion of Parsi (Persians). Avesta is its scripture in a language close to Sanskrit. Avesta is considered the revelation of God, which is received by his prophet Zarathustra. Zoroastrianism is a struggle against evil, which is mainly represented by the Babylon and Alexander the Great with his followers, who revived the Babylon, which was conquered by the Persians (see "End time") earlier. Essentially, this was a religious-national struggle of the Aryan Magi against the Semitic Chaldeans. The Persians emerged along with the strengthening of Babylonia, and they were already strong in the times of Pharaoh Ramesses III[1].

One of the main Zoroastrian symbols is the fire as a source of heat and light. The biblical word "Agnus" is derived from this symbol and the Indo-European root "agni" (fire). The Agnus generally denotes a carrier of fire, but the Jews perceived it as a sacrificial burned animal. The Jews and the Christians also imply a sacred significance of the fire and burn the candles.

The Persian Empire is a golden age of the ancient and early medieval Iran, who owned the entire Middle East. The history of the Ancient Egypt was actually finished after its Persian conquest. The modern remnants of the Empire, which was destroyed by the Muslims, are Afghanistan and Tajikistan in addition to Iran itself.

Cyrus the Great had created the Persian Empire but was completely defeated by Scythians or Sarmatians as described in "Legend of Queen Siromaha" [1] and in the Greek sources:

Legend (briefly) Official history with comments
When king Mah in Rus’ was gone, all the ashes went. The cattle died, the robbers attacked from all sides and took people into slavery. The Russ cried: Siromahi we are poor! Nobody can protect us from the enemy! The widow Queen heard the weeping and said so: … I'll be your boss. And who does not obey me; I will take his head off! According to Herodotus, Cyrus was killed in the battle against the Massagetae queen Tomyris on the “Yaksart” River.

Massagetae (from Avestan “matsya”: fish) are the «fish eaters» on the Araks River.
“Yaksart” is distorted “Araks”, but not the Syr Darya. Tomyris is "Siromaha" (Sarmatian), which is distorted and read from right to left by the Semits.

The messengers from afar came here and brought the bad news that the king of Vails Kiryaka goes to Rus’ with his large army and already killed the guards. Cyrus (Kiryaka) was a king of the Babylonians (Vails) and respected the Jews greatly.
Prince Boguraz went to search for Vails. And those clever men were hidden in the mountains and left their wagons on a road. And the old strong wine was in these wagons. Prince Boguraz with his army took these wagons, drank the wine, and then fell asleep. Here Vails killed them drunk and captured Boguraz.
And Queen Siromaha placed her youngest son Vinamir in the head of the army and rushed to rescue. Two days went on, but too late: Vails had killed Prince. Mother Siromaha cried and then attacked king Kiryaka. His army was defeated, and he was captured. And Queen ordered to cut off the heads of the captured Vails, and to give the blood to their king Kiryaka to drink. And when he became drunk, she took his head off. According to Herodotus, Tomiris had decapitated Cyrus and dipped his head into a vessel of blood in a symbolic gesture of the revenge for his bloodlust.
For a long time the Queen Mother Siromaha managed our grandfathers and judged righteously. And more than once our grandfathers fought with Vails that went to Rus’ with war but could not enslave our Rus’. Darius I could not defeat the Black Sea Scythians thanks to their organized maneuvering.

Mazdak is a follower of Spartacus. Mazdak emerged in response to the foundation of Byzantium, which oppressed Persia.


  1. I. Velikovsky, Peoples of the Sea (1977), new edition: ISBN 978-1-906833-15-2

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