Zarathustrian


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Zarathustrian

(ˌzærəˈθuːstrɪən)
adj, n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) the Avestan name for Zoroastrian
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He wants to kill Iago and then himself, in order to see his wife again, connoting the idea of afterlife, strongly believed in Iranian culture, both in Islamic and other Abrahamic religions in Iran and Zarathustrian core beliefs.
Following the history of the angelic figures, she touches on the Bible and the Egyptian, Zarathustrian, and Talmudic sources including the Qumran scrolls.
o The Zarathustrian culture in Kurdistan was dissolved by the Islamic army and dozens of books were burned in the temples (historians of Kurdish literature bear out this destruction with evidence).
Furthermore, the devaluation of relatedness at some point in the early third millennium sets off a no-holds-barred revaluing of all values under the ever-ambiguous aegis of Nietzsche's Umwertung aller Werte and the Zarathustrian overcoming of the "human.