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Zoroaster The Prophet — The Cosmic Battle

The Persian philosopher and Prophet Zoroaster (also known as Zarathustra) possibly existed around the 5th century BCE, the precise dates are unknown. Zoroaster taught upon a higher level of consciousness; after his death his followers created the religion Zoroastrian that still exists in parts of Iran. The same scenario that occurred with all the eminently influential prophets and sages who lived at a higher level of consciousness, their followers of a low level of consciousness formed an idolatrous religion, however, a measure of truth remains within the positioned dogma.

Focusing upon the teachings of Zoroaster and excluding the dogma of the religion, Zoroaster taught the profound truth concerning the battle between the darkness and the light. Zoroaster teaches that the conflict between the two powers, unseen to the human eye, will always, and ultimately affects humanity. Humanity is the nucleus of the enmity between the powers of the darkness and the light.

A measure of truth exists within each set of scripture around the world of the former sage or prophet

Zoroaster also taught about the two deities or gods that are perpetually at war with each other. Teaching within the culture and era of Persia, Zoroaster identified and titled the righteous god as Ahura Mazda, and the evil god as Ahriman. Zoraster eludes to the linear reality that the events of the world, and individually, occur on the cause and effect concept, therefore, the teaching three principles: good reflection, good word, and good deed aside from teaching the golden rule which all the prophets and enlightened individuals taught.

Good reflection is referring to talking in knowledge of the prophets and sages and pursuing positive meditation
positive words and deeds are self-explanatory

Zoroaster experienced a vision from Ahura Mazda, the wise master, and began to preach about the cosmic strive between the two gods/spirits in the spirit world. In addition, Zoroaster taught that mankind can choose between good and evil, choice will be the final factor in reference to the judgment era.

Zoroaster taught about the two deities that are perpetually at war

Zoroaster taught the paradox of the Almighty Divine Infinity emphasizing that Ahura Mazda is the father of both spirits that engage in the cosmic battle. Consequently, the identification, as in the Hebrew scriptures mystifies the three principle spirits. The Divine Source created the two spirits: the good spirit who resides as the master of the light, and the evil spirit/entity who resides as the master of the darkness.

The teachings Zoroaster center upon the affirmative identity of the Divine Infinity using the name Ahura Mazda, but also using this name for the spirit master of the light whom battles the spirit of the darkness, the identification of Ahriman.

In Biblical terminology, Ahriman is the original accuser or “satan” the master of the darkness. Ahura Mazda, referring to the spirit master of the light is Jesus who is the anointed king of the children of the light; Ahura Mazda, referring to the Divine Infinity is YHWH, or the Father in the greek scriptures. The Bhagavad Gita adverts to the same content, Krishna as speaker, sage, and as the Divine Infinity, therefore the context is crucial to ascertain.

Because of this, the monotheistic dogma that religion teaches is dubiously obscured. The primary spirits that are involved are rooted in dualism. Opposition between the virtuous and the corrupt that are continually in hostile because of the jealousy and envy of the darkness.

Indeed, The Divine Infinity is the Allness and Oneness in reference to the realism that all creation streams and is sustained from the Divine Sacred Spirit. However, the reference to “God” among religion is not referring to the master of the light — the world of religions, media, and commerce are worshiping their gods that are attached to the idol of worship, money, and materialism. Consequently, the recognition of the spirit world is concealed from the minds of humanity.

Zoroaster taught the qualities of the Divine Source within the words of the Gathas, Spenta Mainyu (Holy Spirit), of Asha Vahishta (Justice, Truth), of Vohu Manah (Righteous Thinking), and of Armaiti (Devotion), Khshathra Vairya (Desirable Dominion), Haurvatat (Wholeness), and Ameretat (Immortality) that personify the Divine Infinity.

The Divine Infinity is the Allness and Oneness in reference to the realism that all creation streams and is sustained from the Divine Sacred Spirit

The teachings of Zoroaster emphasized the omnipresence of The Divine Infinity, teaching the profound truth: the creator of the spirits, the spirit world, the source of the energetic alternation of the light and the darkness, the rightful judge of the world, the center of nature, the lawgiver of morality, and the ultimate Godhead of all the spirits and entities, and all of humanity. Similar to the teaching of Jesus, Zoroaster taught of a Dominion that is accompanied with the adjective “desirable” that relates to “sought after”.

Zoroaster also taught about two kingdoms similar to the teachings of the prophets and Jesus. The light “virtuous” and the darkness “evil” will experience a separation. Zoroaster taught about the kingdom of Justice and Truth populated with the trustworthy and virtuously hearted individuals. And, the kingdom of the Lie populated by the evil entities with their human slaves that chose the path of darkness.

Corresponding, Isaiah taught concerning a “New Earth” — Daniel taught about “two resurrections” — Jesus and Paul taught concerning the separation of the light and the darkness, each populating a separate kingdom.

The teachings of the judgment era or “the end of the world” is embodied within the teachings of Zoroaster, although the realism of the darkness will dwell within their own kingdom—the prophets and sages that wrote and taught about the judgment referred to destruction; destruction within the context of poverty.

Within each set of scripture around the world and the different teaching styles of the former sage or prophet, ultimate measures of truth remain. The deceiving powers of the darkness twisted falsehood within the scriptures by changing the context and definitions, and changing the plural to the singular. Yet, the individual can comprehend the actuality of certainty with a strong fearless inner desire for the truth.