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Where did zoroastrianism spread?

The founding date and location of Zoroastrianism are hotly debated.  The likely location is somewhere to the north of Iran, with  Azerbaijan and Afghanistan both being commo (MORE)

What are the rituals for Zoroastrianism?

They have various religious and social practices as does any religion. the basic ritual book is called the Zend Avesta ( do not confuse with Zen Buddhism) Solar and Fire worsh (MORE)

When did zoroastrianism begin?

Another answer from our community:   Zoroastrianism probably began around 6th century B.C.E.   It was founded by Zoroaster or Zarathustra.
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Where and when did Zoroastrianism start?

Zoroastrianism began in Afghanistan part of Persia. Historians are  uncertain exactly when its 'founder' Zarathustra (Greek name  Zoroaster), lived but it was between 1800 a (MORE)

Why was zoroastrianism important?

becuase it influenced many of the world's major religions like christianity and islam and it was the major religion of the persian empires. some of the largest and most powerf (MORE)

Who is the founder of zoroastrianism?

A philosopher named Zarathustra in or to the north of Ancient  Persia. His greek name is Zoroaster, thus the name of the religion
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Is zoroastrianism polytheistic?

No, Parsis (Zoroastrians) believe in one supreme deity named Ahura Mazda. They also believe in an equivalent to the Christian idea of Satan, named Angra Mainyu. Adherents of Z (MORE)

Where did zoroastrianism come from?

Zoroastrianism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions. It was  founded between 1200 and 1500 BCE by an Iranian prophet Zoroaster.  When Zoroaster was thirty he had a vi (MORE)

Can you convert to zoroastrian?

While many in the Parsi group in India hold the strong belief that  Zoroastrianism is an ethnic religion which requires birth into the  religion and a pure bloodline, there (MORE)

Was Zoroastrianism monotheistic?

No. Yes, Zoroastrianism is a monotheistic religion, in that it holds the belief that there is one Creator of all of creation, Ahura Mazda, Lord Wisdom. To understand this, on (MORE)