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Name: Soren Mickelson
Date: 06 Jan 2005
About twenty years ago, I read a book featuring Ahura Mazda. At the time, I
thought the book (which came in two volumes, each about 400 pp.long) was
bordering on the mythological. Now I found out it was, and the myth was
Zoroastrian. Unfortunately, I can't remember either the title or the author. I
think the author's name began with an S ... maybe. If any body can think of the
book, I'd appreciate it if they could mail me it.
Name: Khushroo Fanibanda
Date: 09 Jan 2005
I am a parsi, nice web site. I am proud to be a parsi, however what puts me
off is the older parsi generation. for e.g my father is set in his ways very,
parsi this and parsi that. i am getting married to a panjabi sikh girl whom i
met at university. I am being treated like a criminal by my father who is now
telling me i am not his son if i go ahead and marry my fiance. Is it actually
written in our holy scriptures that we are not allowed to divulge in such
activity?????? am i really a bad person because i allowed my heart to fall in
love???? please acknowledge as i would like some answers. Thank you.
Name: robert jackson
Date: 12 Jan 2005
You have a great website and I wrote of my personal experiences so you could
understand the great mircle that happen that would be of great importants all
people of Zoroastrians, Jewish and Indo-Scythian descent. Raksha Bandhan is also
known as Rakhi is the battle between demons and gods. For thousand of years
Asuras which gypsies are were taught as demons even thought we are the oldest
and senior race and we rule heaven long before Devas did. In some part of
Hinduism Devas are consider good and Asuras evil.But in Zoroastrian the gypsies
original relegion Asuras are good and Devas are evil. Abraham the father of all
Jews was Asuras. I am Afro-romani my came from Persian Jews and Zoroastrians
both Brahui and Gujjars that came form Eastern Iran from the Caspian to
Baluchistan. They are B- Rh negative. In the Summer of 2003 about the time of
08/12/2003 but Hare Krisha and Durga family where jion agian after thousand of
years and celebrated in a special puja or pray and Kali-Durga or Kali-Sara as
gypsies called her appear along with Varuna as the Cosmic Order of Things and an
Asura Angel to me as a glow of light in the dark and Supernaturally ripe my
heart out and then tought me three time and blessing me. After that all kinds of
Lost Souls Supernaturally stabed the shit out of me and shot guns at me some
small guns some big guns and my body was supernaturally bleeding to death I
could see anything but I felt everything because I was Sin-Eater a special race
of people who have the abilities to let people like Asuras to inter heaven. I
absorb all there sins and That is how Asuras or Atlantean Vampires to back
control of heaven then a couple days later they started appearing on earth in
broad daylight. First I saw Kali-Durga or Kali-Sara, She was a Tall beautiful
women with a hybrid dress or Maharani or rajput women and Native American women
with gold embriodery and bejeweled with a Durga earing in hear nose. They I saw
Chinese Asuras and Sicilian Asuras then I also Leader of the Atlantean Vampire
race or the Leader of Asuras Varuna he look like Aborignal Caucasian with a
extremly old sytle of Dhoti or Brahmin priest cloths and he was carrying a
handful of sarced text in his right arm and he was barefooted. This was the
Omni-potent God that created the Universe and guardian of the Cosmic Order of
things or Rta along with Kali-Durga who the female verse of Cosmic Order of
Things. Asuras or Vampires everywhere the Congo to India, through out southeast
asian in the in New Guinea and the Pacific Islands and North and South America.
Asuras started appearing everywhere on earth. Iran and India are the headquaters
for Atlantean Vampires and Asuras and gypsies are come form Asuras like Krishna,
Durga, Kali and Varuna and sage Bhrigu who is directly related to the Rom and
Sinti gypsies they originally indigeones Dravidian or Veddah people who came the
Middle East long time ago. The establish a Dravidian priesthood in Elam and
Harrappa the was Proto-Brahmin and Proto-Zoroastrians and Proto-Jewish and
gypsies are directly descended form these people.
Date: 14 Jan 2005
As an Iranian, I was not too aware of our Zorastrian past. Recently, I read
the book "Why I am not a Muslim" by Ibn Warraq, where he writes about how Iran
becam Islamic. I am seriously considering reconverting to the religion of our
forefathers. Is that possible in the USA?
Name: Isujung Karki
Date: 08 Feb 2005
Please feel free to write.... I am blessed and delighted by reading the
webside, still I am willing to know more....Please remember in your mail time
some of the Study materials.... P.O.Box.6706 Kathmandu,Nepal.
Date: 11 Feb 2005
HI, I REALLY LIKED YOU SITE, BUT I REQUIRE A FAVOUR, I REQUIRE MORE PHOTOS OF
GOD AND PARSI CHILDREN NAMES. I REQUEST YOU TO SEND IT ON MY MAIL ID. GOD BLESS
Date: 11 Feb 2005
always fascinated by religion and have heard of zoraster reading IN SEARCH OF
ZARATHUSTRA by KRIWACZEK GOOD READING fascinating dualism and interesting that
people of carcasonne believed in dualism may have believed in zarathustra or
branch of same
Name: persian girl
Date: 16 Feb 2005
may Ahura Mazda take care of all of us. its 1 year i ve been visiting this site its great because i come back all the time, thanks to Mr. Shahriari for sending me masseg of the month. dont you see how sweet is to be persian? i love to have good friendship with you all parsis :) <<< will be happy to keep in touch with who ever want a pure zoarastrian freindship :) pls check this website 2 www.ancientiran.com all +(tajikistan2006)
Date: 05 Mar 2005
Hello.I am not Zaroastrian but I am very proud that back in history my ancectors were Zoroastrians.Zoroaster was the first who gatherd together almost all moral and ethical rool.I will just state here his fundamental doctrine of Free Will.In Gathas it is stated that "all men are God creation and by that thay belong to God;also God created them Free and men has the right too choos" I think wiyh this doctrine he introduces to the world th idea of Democracy.
Also, Islam at first recognized only Judaism and Christrianism as a "people pf Book",but later Islam also recognized Zoroastrianism as the first in preching Monotheism. I think the fact that Islam recognized Zoroastrism later in time, today people have missunderstanding that Islam does not recognize Zoroastrianis.
Cyrush the great took control over Egipt aroun 59 B.C and freed Juwes from slavery and even helped them built their Sinagogs.
Zoaster teches his followers that God created Men from one substence and that means people are from one father.He states that people Men should unite together and take care afer each other,defeat th Evil together- and this th idea of SOLIDARITY.
Can you imagen the time in which he lived and these fundamental doctrines.I think Zoroastrianism built furm foundation for Islam in Iran and Central asia.
Zoroaster himself says that he is the savior but he is only the first one.He said their will be more of us. He predicted the time of the Jesus and said. I saw the star of the child and this child will be from my family."I will be him and he will be me"
Name: Wim Borsboom
Date: 06 Mar 2005
Excellent questions to reflect upon. Thank you for helpeing your readers to find their affirmations, to help their overcome their dualities...
Warm regards, Wim
Date: 12 Mar 2005
Thousands of us Persians in the West are hungry to know more about our roots.
Thanks for this great web site.
In Iran, anyone converting from Islam will be executed.
So may be Zoorastrians should carry out all their reconversions in the west, amoungst the thousands of Iranians living there.
Name: Bahman Noruziaan
Date: 12 Mar 2005
Mazdayasna or Zoroastrianism was offered by Zarathushtra Spitama to the whole humanity more than three thousand years ago.
It was the religion of Iranian Peoples for centuries.
It is heartwarming to read people of Iranian origin or otherwise are accepting the religion of Zarathushtra as their owns.
Let us all, no matter from whic country, nationality and race; do our good contributions to the world and as Mazdayasni Zartoshtis.
Date: 13 Mar 2005
thank you very much
Date: 13 Mar 2005
this is a good site
Name: Kelly Swinarton
Date: 13 Mar 2005
Very informative. Thank you!
Name: Roxanne Day ( nee Irani)
Date: 25 Mar 2005
My name is Roxanne and I live in London.I am the grandaughter of the late Rashid Shahmardan who would have been 100 yrs old on 5 April 2005. I believe a jashan is being held at the Zoroastrian Anjuman in Iran and his name is on the honours list. My grand father was a much loved and renowned man and has written several books commissioned by the Shah of Iran in the 70s for the Iranian library.
I'd like to know more about the jashan and anything else about him from those who knew him personally and postumously.
Name: Firoz Shroff
Date: 16 Apr 2005
Great work and insight.
Date: 23 Apr 2005
I would like to know the history pls let me know
pls provide site address enable me to surf and know about Zarustraians thanks
Name: Behzad Keshavarz
Date: 28 Apr 2005
Hello: will you tell me the address of meeting place and Temple in California? I was not able to find one.
Name: Sohrab Kamdin
Date: 28 Apr 2005
AN EXCELLENT SITE WHICH SHOULD BE READ BY ALL I.E. ZORASTRIANS AND NON-ZORASTRIANS
Name: PERVIZ J.GANDHI
Date: 16 May 2005
HI!TO ALL ZARATHUSHTI'S
MAY AHURA-MAZDA BLESS N KEEP YOU IN HIS LOVING CARE.
AN INTERESTING SITE!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. WE NEED TO NURTURE AND PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR RELIGION TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY AND TO BRING AWARENESS OF OUR RELIGION GLOBALLY.
Name: Khushnood Irani
Date: 30 May 2005
This site is a wonderfull place for people to put their thoughts on Zoroastrianism and prophet Zarathustra. Great work done!
I wish the younger generation reads these articles and get more knowledge about our religion which is fading away.
Name: Havovi Khushru Jokhi
Date: 03 Jun 2005
Hi, Hope everyone can browse through your website so that everyone gets to know our beautiful religion and learn to respect it. Thanks. Great job.
Name: Mehernosh Lovji Shroff
Date: 28 Jun 2005
GREAT WORK, HELPS COMMON PEOPLE TO KNOW ABOUT OUR TRADITIONS
Date: 03 Jul 2005
Name: malkam mogal
Date: 13 Jul 2005
i m a zorastrian mymyself.i search this website on google.n i m so glad that you people provide first cyber temple of our religion i m so happy.actually i m in ahmedabad n i dont kno wers the agiyaari?i came here to c my ca results.and now i m sure tht i'll paass it out as i hv been in the temple
thnx a load
Name: Kaizad H. Chinoy
Date: 14 Jul 2005
Dear Shahriar ,
Really impressive website. "A Job Well Done!....I must say!!! May Ahura Mazda Bless you and your family always. Good luck to you mate!
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Name: Khushamin Hormuzd Chothia
Date: 17 Aug 2005
A Very Well Done & Informative Website.
Keep up the Excellent Work !
For those who believe in God no Explanation is Necessary, for those who do not believe in God no Explanation is Possible !
Name: khushru wadia
Date: 25 Aug 2005
Name: nasi ghafoori
Date: 27 Aug 2005
thank u all so much 4 ur great efforts to bring this site to us.
Name: roshni tavadia
Date: 31 Aug 2005
Beautiful site. It was a fulfilling experience to go thro the site. I hope and pray that our community grows and blossoms all the while following the tenets of our religion.
Name: Youhan Mubaraki
Date: 03 Sep 2005
Awesome website! I am very glad to see the resurgence of pride amongst the Zorastrian Community especially the youth. Having grown up in India, one of the things I realized was that older Zorastrians did not want to yeild control or encourage the youth to get involved in important community issues. The Zorastrian youth need to take control, become more vocal, active and involved in how their decisions affect the future of our community especially when it comes to how the trust monies etc are being spent or controlled (not every Zorastrian trustee lives by our religions honesty creed). Fortunately our forefathers have left us quite a bit, let not a few corrupt squander it on the wrong things.
So I urge the youth to understand the issues and get involved.
Great Website and keep up the good work
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Date: 12 Sep 2005
I want to collect any iformation about Pashootanji Dosabay Markar and Jamshidji Tata .please send me if you have any one
see you later
Name: Lisa Sears
Date: 16 Oct 2005
I first learned about zoroastrianism in junior high school, when I chose it as the subject for a term paper on religions of the world.
Years later, and with the help of today's internet, I find it fascinating to re-read the basic tenets and beliefs.
This is a very informative website. Thanks.
Name: Sally Squires
Date: 16 Oct 2005
What a wondeful philosophy and a great website. I would like to email this to others - how do I do that.
Name: Ramsey Fahim
Date: 03 Nov 2005
I love your web site.
I am learning more about Zarathushtra throughout your web site.
Name: Sasha Bill Kwapinski
Date: 05 Nov 2005
Great & informative site. I've been here briefly a time or two before, and will surely be back again. Several years ago I had the opportunity to read Sir Rustom Masani's book "Zoroastrianism - the Religion of the Good Life" This originally sparked my interest in Zoroastrian teachings and strengthened my conviction the the major world religions all have truth and guidance to give, if people will listen and take it to heart. In my own faith (I happen to be an active Mormon) we have similar affirmations about free will, the use of one's mind and conscience, and serving one's fellow beings, seeking after the good, etc. Though Zoroaster's life is not known in detail to modern historians, I have no doubt that God spoke to him and through him.My own faith encourages people to seek after those things which are "virtuous, lovely, of good report, or praiseworthy." There is certainly much that matches that description in Zoroastrianism.
Date: 23 Nov 2005
Name: Ervad Dr. Hoshang J. Bhadha
Date: 27 Nov 2005
I am not surprised to note that the website owner has posted articles of non-Zoroastrians or people who are book scholars, reading somebody else's opinion and acknowledging that by forming their own opinion. There is NO ONE or I should say, this website has nnot a single article from teh Traditional Zoroastrian or a Priest. The reader must understand that Zoroastrianism is a PRACTICE. It is composed of Rituals and Ceremonies. Without it, it has no value, in fact there is nothing in Zoroastrianism without rituals and ceremonies. Now, I would like to ask the owner of this website and the people who wrote the articles that how far they practice and how much they know about Rituals and Ceremonies and believe to have knowledge of our religion to preach through this website? Again Zoroastrianism is NOT a Philosophy or NIGHT-Time reading book on imaginations. Hope this message will enlighten everyone, I mean Zoroastrians ONLY, to be Proud of their heritage and start practicing this religion.
Ervad Hoshang J. Bhadha Ph.D.
Name: Mehran Ishfani
Date: 12 Dec 2005
Was given a set of 6 C.D.s of a book titled "Islam Unveiled".
It set me to rethink all that I had previously believed.
My forefathers were Zorastrians.
Do they accept us back to the religion?
Date: 17 Dec 2005
The Zoroastrian religion is for all mankind of the world. If you want to convert to this beautiful religion, just contact to this Zoroastrian organization: www.zoroatrian.org
Date: 17 Dec 2005
Sorry for the misspelling of the website address.
It is: www.zoroastrian.org or www.zartoshti.org
Name: Chris Johnsen, USA
Date: 21 Dec 2005
An Indian Sikh friend of mine told me about the Zorastrians or Parsis as they are called in India.
He told me about the great respect the Indians have for them...of their charities...of their contribution to India, which is completely out of proportion to their numbers.
He also told me that sadly, their numbers are on a decline.
I thought..There are thousands of Iranian Muslims in the USA and in Europe. Their real roots are not in Arabian Islam, but in Persian Zorastrianism.
Many of them do not know much about their roots.
Could the remaining Parsis not try and reach out to these people and try to get them to reconvert to the kindest and most peaceful of religions!!!
This would help rejuvenate the Zorastrian community, and also relieve the rest of us of having potentially dreaded Islamists in our midsts!
Name: persian girl
Date: 27 Dec 2005
this is me again visited this wonderfull site almost 2 years ago, it was big help and big support for me and now i m real zorastrian :) i m converted and proud to be zorastrian finaly.my email address is here i m so glad to make new friends (zorastrians).
Date: 05 Jan 2006
I am interested in the books on your website
Name: Adel Gamehdar
Date: 12 Jan 2006
Ich wohne in Berlin und Möchte Gern Mitgelied Zarathushtra Werden.
Bitte wenn jemand info dazu hat bitte melden.
Date: 13 Jan 2006
Hello i'm shayan shalileh manager of www.openlearningcenter.com i write in here to thanks about your site and your service to all people
Name: Siloo Kapadia
Date: 21 Feb 2006
Excellent site! I truly enjoyed reading many of the articles. Of course, anyone should be free to join our religion or leave. (Anyone who thinks that all Parsees are of the same race are mistaken! in fact, Indians are of different races and so are the parsees. So we have different faces and features.) I hope to read more on this site as well.
Name: Siloo Kapadia
Date: 21 Feb 2006
Excellent site. I hope to read more on conversion in the future! I am appalled to read that many other Parsees believe in such nonsense as pure blood and race. They forget that they themselves are all mixed. Not all Parsees are the same race. So we have amny different faces and features. I know Parsees that look Indian, look Caucasion, and look Southeast Asian. How can we all be the same race, when in fact India has different races. Rubbish!
Good luck to you and all those that seek to join the religion.
Date: 10 Mar 2006
A great site where one can enjoy the thought of a great mind long departed. Cheers for the good work!
Name: Arzaan B Tarapore
Date: 30 Apr 2006
Good work done Mr. Shahryari, we informative web site abt our religion.
Name: tariq hayat
Date: 15 May 2006
i visited your site
it was wonderfull
but can u tell me more about u
i want to learn more about this religion
who is present Spiritual Head of this.
can u tell me something about this
a seeker after TRUTH