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The Journey Of Arda Viraf - Terra Engine - Khvarenah (File, MP3)

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  1. Khvarenah is a Zoroastrian concept denoting "glory" or "splendor, but also refers to divine mystical forces as well as the will to persevere and continue forward. The music contained within the album is an exploration of this and other Zoroastrian concepts.
  2. 8. And he said to me thus: 'Salutation to thee, Arda Viraf, thou art welcome; (9) from that perishable world thou hast come to this pure, bright place.' (10) And he ordered Srosh the pious, and Adar the angel, (11) thus: 'Take Arda Viraf, and show him the place and reward of the pious, (12) and also the punishment of the wicked.'
  3. The Book of Ardā Wīrāz (Middle Persian: Ardā Wīrāz nāmag, sometimes called the "Arda Wiraf") is a Zoroastrian religious text of the Sasanian era written in Middle sencorisabfiminnugabalabira.co contains about 8, words. It describes the dream-journey of a devout Zoroastrian (the Wīrāz of the story) through the next world. The text assumed its definitive form in the 9thth centuries after a long.
  4. Arda Viraf was chosen to go into a dream state, learn the truth of Heaven and Hell, and bring that knolwedge back to the world of the living. He gives descriptions of rewards and punishments, and recalls the events the souls did to recieve their afterlife. It can be compared to Dante's.
  5. The Book of Arda Viraf is a Zoroastrian religious text of Sassanid era in Middle Persian language that contains about 8, words. [1] It describes the dream-journey of a devout Zoroastrian (the 'Viraf' of the story) through the next world. Due to the ambiguity inherent to Pahlavi script, 'Viraf' (the name of the protagonist) may also be transliterated as 'Wiraf', 'Wiraz' or 'Viraz'. [2].
  6. Mar 07,  · In the third torturous night in the afterlife, Arda Viraf, in a newer Persian Mythology is shown the soul of the sinner. The sinner is shocked to meet his faith as a .
  7. Feb 02,  · The Iranian/Persian mythology-Sassanid era: In the ancient Book of Arda Viraf a voluptuous maiden with prominent breasts welcomes the righteous man to .
  8. "The Book of Arda Viraf is a Zoroastrian religious text of Sassanid era in Middle Persian language, contains about 8, words. It describes the dream-journey of a devout Zoroastrian (the 'Viraf' of the story) through the next world." Some bits I found interesting: "CHAPTER /5(2).

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