Black Spirituality Religion : Who stole the teachings of Zoroastrianism

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  1. ru2religious

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    I started this thread because I wanted people to see just how influential Zoroastrianism is to the teaching/doctrines of Christianity and Judaism. If Islam is a spun from the two religions then I'm sure that you will see the resembles. Link to quote is below.

    http://www.chnpress.com/news/?id=4011&section=2
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    .......I'm under the impression that ancient Persians were black, am I wrong?:


    Zoroastrianism

    The religion of the Persians was Zoroastrianism, and their name for their god was "Ahura Mazda". The symbol for their religion - Not their God - was the "Faravahar". The Persians were devoutly religious and had many strict rules and prohibitions. Of particular distaste to the Persians, was the lie. The Achaemenian kings, did not discriminate against other religions, and did not seek to force others to their faith.Many aspects of Zoroastrianism were later incorporated into the Hebrew religion.

    In his mind, Cyrus saw the world as being full of evil and disorder, and felt it was incumbent upon him, to bring order to the world. And in his thinking, the only way to do that, was to conquer it!

    http://www.realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/Elam_Iran_2a.htm
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    Its extremely dangerous to use such words as "In his mind, Cyrus saw the world..." because no one truly knew what was in the mind of Cyrus. I don't acknowledge such nonsense because it doesn't show facts but assumptions.

    I also see that you didn't really acknowledge the fact that Zoroaster's philosophies were the philosophies the Israelites stole.
     
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    .......Correct namreh,

    My only stance in this thread asked a question of ancient Persians, and supplied information on their Blackness....Are you nick picking? Just what are you doing?
     
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    .......namreh (herman),

    More than what you've cited above was mentioned in that excerpt on Cyrus:


     
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