Date: 02 Jan 2003
There are two different types of humans and these two types are reactionary
in nature. Each of these two types are further subdivided into two individual
views of self.
These are: A) Intelligent and worldly, ambitious and ruthless 1) Unique and
hold separate 2) Homogenize and blend
B) Close knit clans/groups, ambitious and ruthless 1) Constrict and or
repress 2) Conquer or exterminate
The US is by far a type “A”. Europe is included in this group. That third
world or developing countries have been forced to deal with Type “A”s must
also deal with the side effects and their reactions ( evidenced throughout the
world ) are the results of the interaction with those side effects.
This is the struggle of the two worlds we occupy. Who will win? Neither
because it is paramount to the existence of each the other also exists.
This is history and the future, both together, overpowering the present. We
can only try to change ourselves and learn to respect the beliefs of others
while leaving them to their own existence.
Date: 04 Jan 2003
Good luck with your noble mission. May more and more people accept the
teachings of the prophet and the light of Ahura Mazda into their hearts.
Date: 05 Jan 2003
Hi, It was great to see and read about 'Zarathushtra'. Is there any sites
Best wishes, Ebrahim
Name: john gooya
Date: 07 Jan 2003
Good luck Shahriar on your noble mission. Do you by any chance know if the
Zoroastrian Assembly has chapters in different U.S. cities (more specifically
the Washington D.C. area)?
Date: 21 Jan 2003
Name: Conersion to zoroastrianism ?
Date: 28 Jan 2003
Iranian youngsters are converting to their ancestors faith Zoroastrianism,
70% of Iran`s papulation is under 30 years of age. no body fortunately go to
mosque. The Bozorg Bazgasht Anjoman provides help to anybody desire in
conversion to Dine Behi. Zoroastrian principles of (good thoughts, good words,
and good deeds) will be shared again, and Zoroastrianism and Iran the land of
Cyrus the G. will thus recover its splendour. we Iranians and our country-men in
India ( Parsis ) will build Atashkadeh in every corner of Sarzamine khorshid.
the time has come. www.bozorgbazgasht.com , email@example.com
Name: Jason Hull
Date: 03 Feb 2003
I will be in San Francisco on Feb. 7-9 in this year 2003 and was wondering if
anyone could guide me to a Fire Temple in that area. Please email me if you know
of any. firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Nina S.
Date: 07 Feb 2003
Ushta! Great site! Good like in your mission. Nina
Name: Tanaz Irani
Date: 09 Feb 2003
Hello, i would really like to join the youth congress in 2003. Please if you
could send me some links or anything where i can find out more information.
Name: Heather Harriet Hilton
Date: 10 Feb 2003
Soul of higher consciousness, lift up our collective spirit to the cosmic
heavens - take us to the place where we can know and become one in love with
you. O'Zarathustra from the North East! You came down from the mountains to
deliver us beyond good and evil! Bright awakening sun thou cometh out of gloomy
mountains in this valley of darkness. In Your Liberation and Salvation
Date: 12 Feb 2003
Loved your page, learned something new today.
Date: 18 Feb 2003
Cool site. Can you please put more information on Zoroastrian holiday
celebrations? (customs and rituals as well as meanings)
Name: Sari Polaris
Date: 18 Feb 2003
Hello I am a student in high school and I am studying your religion . I some
what understand what you are saying about being reborn. But I am looking for
what your main beliefs are. Like for example,in Christianity they beleve in the
ten camandments.I hope you understand what I'm asking. i want to know what you
live for or by what beliefs you stand by the most. Please help me with this.
Date: 19 Feb 2003
I have a question for anyone who might know the answer: Historically, when
Zarathustra rejected the daevas as false gods, and brought in Monotheism, why
did he also reject the use of Soma, previously a drug used in rituals, and
practices of the Aaryan religion?
Name: Ian Moore
Date: 23 Feb 2003
An excellent web page that has answered many questions I've had about
Zarathushtrism. I would like to know if there are any groups in the U.S. Bay
Area, that meet and discuss Zarathushtrian ideas? I'm a great admirer of Saddi
and Hafiz and I wonder were these two poets consider Zarathushtrians? There
works seem to have many of the Zarathushtrian ideas. My first knowledge about
Zarathushtra was through Richard Strauss' music and Nietzsche. But as you've
pointed out in some of your essays these people had no idea what or who
Zarathustra was, and they have got his message all wrong! Can you provide any
more information about their mis-education. What is Mani's relationship to
Zarathushtrism and what happened to his ideals when Zarathushrism became a state
religion in Persia? Thank you in advance.
Name: على كشاورز
Date: 27 Feb 2003
مرا يارى دهيد
على كشاورز DOHA QATAR
P.O.BOX NO:5196 EMAIL:AGKKAG@QATAR.NET.QA
Name: Berjes Malegamwala
Date: 02 Mar 2003
Thank you very much for designing this web page. I am from India and have
been living in the gulf for 6 1/2 years now. In these years I have always longed
to go to the fire temple but unfortunately we are not a recognized clan here and
do not have a fire temple. Through this site I can always do the required
worship on the net to satisfy my soul a little. Keep up the good work. Long live
the Zorashtrian clan - Usta te.
Name: Bozorg Bazgasht
Date: 07 Mar 2003
If you like to convert in Zoroastrianism and become Zartoshti, please contact
this non-profit organisation. www.BozorgBazgasht.com or E-Mail: email@example.com
conversion service is free of charge and no matter where your location is.
Iranians are returning to their ancestors religion the Din-e Behi. Mehretaan
Date: 08 Mar 2003
I was fortunate to have the blessed proffessor, K.D.Irani, as my teacher at
both the graduate and undergraduate level in the late 60's. His words which
clearly reflected his thoughts and beliefs have had a profound influence on my
life, and in enabling me to think critically, but not as the eveyday thinker
would. His teachings have shaped my way of thinking greatly, which I pass on to
others ..my students, my children, or anyone I meet in the course of just
living.Many people laugh when I say i was (and always will be) a student of
philosophy..but these are persons who think and feel on a very concrete level
and value the dollar more than the mind. Because of Prof.Irani, my life has been
changed forever, in a very positive way. thus, anyone I meet and am able to
connect with who is open-minded and receptive..I will be able to share what I
have learned. The beauty of life lies within the mind, and to be able to share
that is somethng very special.
Date: 10 Mar 2003
Great site. Please put up some articles on Iranian celeberations (noruz,
sadeh, mehregan, etc, etc, etc). Keep up the good work.
Name: Behkam (Atashyar) Aryavand
Date: 12 Mar 2003
I am glad that i could find this site.This is an good oportunity for me to
lern moor about zardost,fait.I allways had graet love for this real perssian
religane.I was bourn as muslem ,but iam zartoste in my hart and i do like to
becom or convert to this graet perssian faite by the will of Ahoromazda,The
Name: Kaus Ut`fineantu
Date: 14 Mar 2003
Thank You for keeping the Z site safe for the whole family
Name: Jamshed Minwalla
Date: 16 Mar 2003
lovely website I thoroughly enjoyed the picture gallery.
Name: Vispy Bilimoria
Date: 18 Mar 2003
Very good and infor.site Keep it up
Date: 20 Mar 2003
"Ashem vohu vahishtem asti Oshta asti, Oshta ahmai Hyat ashai vahishtai
ashem" i wish the nowruz of 2565 irani with joy, happiness and rightousness.
long live persia and may zartosht the protecter of the arians rest in peace may
AHOURA MAZDA POSHTO PANAHE TAMAME IRANIAN BASHE " EY AHORA MAZDA, DADARE
ASEMANI, BOZORGE IRAN O IRANI, PARSI RO SARBOLAND NEGAHDAR"
Name: Parvin Sharma
Date: 21 Mar 2003
Hello, This was a refreshing site and great work done. Would love to know
where is this coming from, its from Mumbai or USA, would suggest if its coming
from Mumbai, would love to see birth and death column in that way atleast we
people living out of Mumbai India can still keep in touch with our race and
religion as to know who is around and who is not.......Otherwise its a great
site.....really loved it. Keep up the good work.
Name: JIMMY K GODIWALLA
Date: 21 Mar 2003
GOOD INITIATIVE TAKEN BY YOU & YOUR FELLOW COLLEAGUES TO ENRICH US ABOUT
OUR ANCIENT IRANIAN CULTURE & DETAILS OF ZORASTRIANISM. I AM PROUD TO BE A
ZORASTRIAN. I WILL DEFINITELY TRY & PASS THIS INITIATIVE TO OUR FELLOW
Name: Jaleh Abdolazade
Date: 21 Mar 2003
Good luck with your noble mission. May and more people accept the teachings
of the prophit and the light of Ahura Mazda into hearts.
Date: 25 Mar 2003
Name: Farzana Irani
Date: 25 Mar 2003
An excellent website for Zoroastrains. Follow the three principles,
"good thoughts, good deeds and good word" and you are on the right
Date: 30 Mar 2003
intresting nice to know there are a lot of people around the world intrested
in our religion....
Name: Noshir L. Hansotia
Date: 31 Mar 2003
Dear Sir/Madam, I am so very proud of the site you have created, maintained
& keep fresh. Growing up in Bombay, (Dadar Parsi Colony), & knowing the
caliber & quality of people in our community, I am not a bit
surprised....just in awe. Thank you for this incredible service & if it
helps a handfull of us become better & more enlightened Zarathushtis...it
would all have been worth it. Sincerely, Noshir L. Hansotia.
Name: Negar and Ali
Date: 04 Apr 2003
Good-looking site. We have been thinking about converting for a while now. We
didn't realize there are so many Z's in Canada. It's cool.
Name: mehrdad peyman
Date: 07 Apr 2003
hello my dear frinds : happy new year,NOROOZ& ZARTHOSHT BERTH
DAY......... Iam mehrdad peyman living in kerman (city of dear IRAN)and Iam
zorothtrian If you can cheng this site to farsi it's the best.... my e-mail
adress is:firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Iam be glod to
meet you..... mehrdad peyman
Date: 07 Apr 2003
dorod bar aryayi(asmani nejad) va (khoda kish) az AHORAMAZDA baraye shoma
khastare barkat va salamati hastam dar hame chiz o ra yad konid va faramosh
nakonim ke har che hast az o hast pas har che darim az o darim khaharetan sahar
18 years old
Date: 10 Apr 2003
To Mr. Ian Moore I'm afraid I can only answer one of your questions. Hafez
converted to Zarathushtraism towards the end of his life.
Date: 11 Apr 2003
Do you know the meaning of MAZDA KATAK ? MAZDA = God and KATAK = house, So it
means house of God ( against of BUT KATAK ) . Later it turned to MAZKAT or
MAZGAT and eventually to MASJED .
Name: Schahin Farnia
Date: 13 Apr 2003
I am very pleased to discover your website. Nothing is perfect but only the
crature of the univers. Your homepage is very good.
Date: 14 Apr 2003
ZartustrA RuLeZ check out zartosht irannian band'z official website @ http://zartosht.itgo.com
Name: Raqib Booker-Bey
Date: 14 Apr 2003
"GREETINGS & SALUTATIONS!" This is a wonderful answer to
Judeo-Christianity. Zarathushtra is like an oasis on a parched Sarah Desert. I'd
certainly like to be put in touch with Zarathushtra in the Los Angeles County or
southern California. PEACE, brothers and sisters! Raqib Booker-Bey
Date: 16 Apr 2003
Name: Hossein Moein
Date: 17 Apr 2003
This is a very nice site. I am glad to see that there is some effort to keep
Zoroastrianism alive. Zoroastrianism is a cultural heritage and achievement that
pre-dates all the current modern regions and belongs to all Iranians.
Name: Patrick J. Chalmers, Ed. D.
Date: 25 Apr 2003
USHTA! Thank you, for providing "THE GATHAS, OUR GUIDE" online in
pdf format so that I could download to printer - which I did. In order to do the
right thing, I wonder if it would be appropriate to make an offering to Ali A.
Jafarey, and/or to this web site. Please respond. USHTA TE, Pat Chalmers
Name: RICHARD L.PIPKIN
Date: 27 Apr 2003
Name: Shernaz Darukhanawalla
Date: 11 May 2003
Excellent job. though i came across it for the first time. i regularly visit
www.ahura mazda.com done by sarosh petigara whose site also i would recommend
all our fellow zoroastrians to see. Keep going. Prayers are the only link
between ourselves and him and that should be taught to every child by their
parents is the message i would like to share with you.
Name: Ali Habib MUghal
Date: 12 May 2003
A very informative site on the religion of Parsi i never got to know this
religion much better until viewing your site here in Pakistan i have quiet a few
Parsi friends but we never discuss about any ones religion so thumbs up to u
all. Keep up the good work.
Date: 12 May 2003
Hi i am doing a report on Zoroastrianism and it is kind of comfusing to me?
But whoever would like to help e-mail me some important things of this religion!
Thanks a bunch
Date: 14 May 2003
HELLO EVERY ONE SPECILAY U JOHN IAM SO GLAD THAT WE GOT THIS BEAUTIFUL SITE
THAT WE CAN ENTER IT AND WRITE FOR EACH OTHER, TALK TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND
LEARN ABOUT ONLY AND ONE GOD AHORA MAZDA GOD BLESS U ALL LOVE U S.S FROM ENGLAND
Name: Farrahi Far hormozdyar
Date: 15 May 2003
Je suis trés ému. J'ai larme aux yeux. IDOON BAAD. IDOON TARAJ BAAD
Name: Mrs Gitanjali Engineer
Date: 16 May 2003
I was really thrilled to know about this site, I would like to be part of it.
Name: iyana bahmani
Date: 24 May 2003
youre site is okay, but one thing that i think every zoroastrian would really
like is if we could find a way to effectively communicate with other
zoroastrians from around the world. it would help bring us together. maybe a
message board or some other way we could chat? it's just a suggestion. i'm 16
and i'd love to meet other zoroastrians my age over the net from all over the
world. what do you think?
Name: Roeinton Savak.Patel
Date: 26 May 2003
iam very happy to see this the history of our religion and who was our
dadajee and all and it has brought tears in my eyes.i want you ps keep sending
me the religious things to me with the picture and also send me the pics of
BEHRAM YAZAD MUSHKEL ASAN to me.thank you very much. From Roeinton Savak.Patel
Name: AKABO BEKEE.
Date: 29 May 2003
Name: Farhad Minoo Madon
Date: 18 Jun 2003
Excellent Site! Translations and alliterations of other prayers, particularly
the Yashts, Satayeshes and Niayeshes would be a good start.
Name: Kabir Bakie
Date: 24 Jun 2003
It's a beautiful site relecting a timeless, beautiful Truth. Thank you for
your efforts in sharing it with us. ~Kabir B.
Date: 27 Jun 2003
salam be tamame iranian : faramosh nakonid ke ma irany hastim , dineman
zartosht va ketabeman avesta ast . eftekhare ma tarikh 10000 sale iran ast ke
dar noghat mokhtalef iran mibinim : takhte jamshid / kermanshah / shosh va . . .
be omid roozy ke iran be asle khod bar gardad payandeh bad iran va iranian
Name: Ramiro Besada
Date: 30 Jun 2003
Very good. It is very easy to follow, a most for non english speaking people,
and with very good information