Ahura mazda

Explore the concept of Ahura Mazda, the supreme god in Zoroastrianism. Learn about the divine attributes and significance of Ahura Mazda in this comprehensive guide.
Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on Ahura Mazda Carl Jung, Mythology, Ancient Artefacts, Alchemy, Paradigm, Wise One, Ahura Mazda, Myths, Ancient Near East

The dogmatic teaching is that in the beginning there was one all-wise and all-powerful god called Mazda (which means simply the wise one, something like Lao tze) with the attribute of Ahura. Ahura is the Iranian version of the Sanskrit word Asura, which is the name of the spiritual god in the oldest parts of the Rigveda. You know the Rigveda is a collection of poems or hymns, part of the sacred literature of the Hindus, which goes back to an extremely remote age, perhaps to the time of the…

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