Ossetian Nart Saga 1
High up in the Caucasian mountains there is a small country called Ossetia-Alania. The inhabitants of this country, the Ossetians, are said to be descended from the tribe of Alans, who themselves are related to the Sarmatians and Scythians of the ancient steppes.
The history of Christmas tree
Did you know that the tradition of decorating the Christmas tree has its roots in an ancient Persian tradition that is all but forgotten today? Ancient Iranians used to decorate a cedar tree very much similar to how the world today decorates a pine tree.
The Meaning and Concept of Arya
The word “arya” is probably one of most miscued, misunderstood and misinterpreted words in recent times. No one is sure how the word came into existence but after Hitler adapted the word to denote pure German race, the word became synonymous with racism. The truth is the word was used in ancient India to denote people of certain social background rather than a particular race.
Homage to Lord Mithra (1.1)
A prayer to Mithra. "Thou art all in all to me, Lord Mithra".
Mithraism is Neoplatonic - R.P.
Since some people are telling what they think mithraism is, I decided to share my opinion about this religion, too.
I strongly connect mithraism with neoplatonic philosophy. The neoplatonic world view, as it was teached by Plotinus and Iamblichus for example, tells about a hierarchy of existence: The eternal transcendent realm of the Monad.
Mithra by Aashrai Arun
He can be everywhere. He can be nowhere. He can know everything, and yet teach you nothing. He can be as kind to you as your own mother. Or He could be as horrifyingly ferocious as your worst nightmare. Rewarding to the good man, unforgiving to the evil.
Birth of Mithra - P.J.
Happy ZAYESH - MEHR ( Birth of Mithra )
Let us celebrate the birth of MEHR Izad, The Lord of Light and Justice.
Mithra - Jorjani
"Mithra, or Mehr in contemporary Persian, means “Light”, “Love”, and “Friend.” He was born of his virgin mother in the middle of the night from December 24th to 25th, which (by the reckoning of ancient calendars) is the Winter Solstice – the rebirth of light from out of the most encompassing darkness. This is celebrated at Yalda (an Indo-European cognate of Yule Day), one of the four most sacred Zoroastrian holidays still commemorated in Iran.
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A Song to Mithras - Kipling
Poem by Rudyard Kipling
MITHRAS, God of the Morning, our trumpets waken the Wall!
‘ Rome is above the Nations, but Thou art over all!’
Now as the names are answered, and the guards are marched away,
Mithras, also a soldier, give us strength for the day!
On Mithra and Mithraism by Ardeshir
October 2nd marks the beginning of Mithrá festival culminating on October 8th. It is a most happy festival of love, red wine, pomegranates, nuts and amore.
Prayer to St.Michael
Comment: The Christian Archangel Michael is said to be derived in many aspects from Mithras as known to the Romans.
USHAO: Mazdakism (early iranian communism)
Mazdak might well be termed the first Bolshevik in history. Indeed, in some respects Bolsheviks might be regarded as lukewarm compared to Mazdak; he not only preached communism in worldly possession but he also advocated an equal division of women among men
Book: Mushrooms, Myth and Mithras
Mushrooms, Myth and Mithras: The Drug Cult that Civilized Europeby Carl Ruck
Repost: Towards an Integration of Mithras/Mithra/Mitra
Cumont, in describing a Mithraic fragment from Virunum that depicts the gigantomachy, describes it as "illustrating a Hellenized version of Ahura Mazda's struggle with demons." At first thought, we may be inclined to dismiss his description, because where we expect Zeus wielding his thunderbolt to be named, he has Ahura Mazda.
History of Mithraism by a Freemason
The Theory that modern Freemasonry is in some sense a direct descendant from the ancient Mysteries has held a peculiar attraction for Masonic writers this long time, and the end is not yet, for the world is rife with men who argue about the matter up and down endless pages of print.
Mithras and Jesus by Moghdam
Ahura Mazda is a divine name, but you can meet men in flesh named Hormoz. Mithra is the name of an ancient Iranian divinity, but you can meet men named Mehr, and nowadays boys and even girls are named Mitra.