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What is Zoroastrianism?

Zoroastrianism is a religion that began with a philosopher known as Zarathustra, or Zoroaster, in ancient Persia. There are around 150,000 followers of Zoroastrianism today, m (MORE)

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 originate?

The religon originated in what was the Persian Empire. Most  modern adhernets are Persian in ethnicity but may orginate from  either Iranian or Indian diasporas 
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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)

What is a Zoroastrian?

  A Zoroastrian is someone who follows the teachings of the prophet Zoroaster. Their beliefs are outlined in the link below.
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What is zoroastrians?

Zoroastrians follow the Zoroastrian religion founded by Zarathushtra in Persia c. 650 BCE. Their Holy Books are The Avesta and the Gathas (Hymns in Praise of Wisdom). Most Zor (MORE)

How do Zoroastrians worship?

Zoroastrians are not fire-worshippers, as some Westerners wrongly believe. They believe that the elements are pure and that fire represents God's light or wisdom. Zoroaster, t (MORE)

Where is Zoroastrianism?

Answer   Zoroastrianism is believed to have originated in the early Indo-Iranian homeland of southern Russia, although a minority view is that it originated in Afghanista (MORE)