Zoroaster from Beyond

The ancient religious leader, Zoroaster denounced Polytheism in 590 BC. He taught the god of the good (Ahura Mazda) and his angels were at war with the devil spirits (Ahriman) and his devils. After thousands of years as December 2012 approaching, it’s coming to light more and more.

Zoroaster promised the good people would rise to Eternal life on a judgment day at the end of the world. He stopped sacrifices of the animals in religious rituals and used fire ceremonies instead.

Many Magi priests adopted Zoroastrianism at the time. Zoroaster wrote part of the Avesta, the Zoroastrian book of religion.  Other parts were written after Zoroaster died.

Persia rebelled and conquered Media at 558 BC. They took Lydia and Babylon and then expanded eastward toward India. Persia’s ruling family, the Achaemenids, remained in power for more than 200 years.

Persia’s rulers divided the country into provinces and required each province to pay taxes to support the army and construction projects. Persia took Egypt and Armenia and they helped Egyptians to complete a canal they had started 100 years earlier.

The canal linked the Nile River to the Red sea and made it easier to trade with ports along the Indian Ocean.  The Persians built a road (Royal road from Sardis to Susa) that stretched 1/16 of the way around the Earth.

Riders on the horseback carried messages from one outpost to the next. A Greek historian (Herodotus) praised the postal riders: ‘Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these Couriers.’ The United States Postal Service uses this as its Motto.

Greeks and Romans fought Persia repeatedly but they never succeed and both failed. The Ancient Astronauts theory supporters believe that Zoroaster was an Extraterrestrial which helped to establish an advance culture and build a sophisticated society based on moral beliefs.

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The secret history of Aryans

Prana is an energy which could function in different ways, According to their belief the realm could tap to this energy because they were the direct ascends of extraterrestrial beings from the other solar system that they come to earth in distant past, member of this master race were known as Aryans.

Similarly, the word Iran is the Persian word for land/place of the Aryan. In present-day academia, the terms “Indo-Iranian” and “Indo-European” have, according to many, made most uses of the term ‘Aryan’ obsolete, and ‘Aryan’ is now mostly limited to its appearance in the term “Indo-Aryan” to represent (speakers of) North Indian languages. Notions of an “Aryan race” defined as being composed of those of the Western or European branch of the Indo-European peoples is used in the context of fascist nationalism, an ideology of nationhood defined by ancestry. Iranians are still proud to be Aryans in roots.

They believed that Aryans were distant to be the master race from extraterrestrial side and they were the justifications for Nazi political party to establish the Aryans’ supremacy on the Planet Earth.

When the Nazi party swept in to power in 1933, Hilter and his scientist start a world wide search of the ancient alternative technologies. They’ve searched the world almost all. Nazis developed Anti Gravity, Levitation and other technologies which they’d receive from extraterrestrials.

Aryan scientists almost made the modern world as we know it after they brought to U.S. they had lacks of knowledge about Ancient Indian technologies like Vimanas (Flying Machines) because of their background and the obsession of Hilter.

Hidden in the depths of the Persian Gulf

A once fertile landmass now submerged beneath the Persian Gulf may have been home to some of the earliest human populations outside Africa, according to an article published in Current Anthropology.

Jeffrey Rose, an archaeologist and researcher with the University of Birmingham in the U.K., says that the area in and around this “Persian Gulf Oasis” may have been host to humans for over 100,000 years before it was swallowed up by the Indian Ocean around 8,000 years ago. Rose’s hypothesis introduces a “new and substantial cast of characters” to the human history of the Near East, and suggests that humans may have established permanent settlements in the region thousands of years before current migration models suppose.

In recent years, archaeologists have turned up evidence of a wave of human settlements along the shores of the Gulf dating to about 7,500 years ago. “Where before there had been but a handful of scattered hunting camps, suddenly, over 60 new archaeological sites appear virtually overnight,” Rose said. “These settlements boast well-built, permanent stone houses, long-distance trade networks, elaborately decorated pottery, domesticated animals, and even evidence for one of the oldest boats in the world.”

But how could such highly developed settlements pop up so quickly, with no precursor populations to be found in the archaeological record? Rose believes that evidence of those preceding populations is missing because it’s under the Persian Gulf.

“Perhaps it is no coincidence that the founding of such remarkably well developed communities along the shoreline corresponds with the flooding of the Persian Gulf basin around 8,000 years ago,” Rose said. “These new colonists may have come from the heart of the Gulf, displaced by rising water levels that plunged the once fertile landscape beneath the waters of the Indian Ocean.”

Historical sea level data show that, prior to the flood, the Gulf basin would have been above water beginning about 75,000 years ago. And it would have been an ideal refuge from the harsh deserts surrounding it, with fresh water supplied by the Tigris, Euphrates, Karun, and Wadi Baton Rivers, as well as by underground springs. When conditions were at their driest in the surrounding hinterlands, the Gulf Oasis would have been at its largest in terms of exposed land area. At its peak, the exposed basin would have been about the size of Great Britain, Rose says.

Evidence is also emerging that modern humans could have been in the region even before the oasis was above water. Recently discovered archaeological sites in Yemen and Oman have yielded a stone tool style that is distinct from the East African tradition. That raises the possibility that humans were established on the southern part of the Arabian Peninsula beginning as far back as 100,000 years ago or more, Rose says. That is far earlier than the estimates generated by several recent migration models, which place the first successful migration into Arabia between 50,000 and 70,000 years ago.

The Gulf Oasis would have been available to these early migrants, and would have provided “a sanctuary throughout the Ice Ages when much of the region was rendered uninhabitable due to hyperaridity,” Rose said. “The presence of human groups in the oasis fundamentally alters our understanding of human emergence and cultural evolution in the ancient Near East.”

It also hints that vital pieces of the human evolutionary puzzle may be hidden in the depths of the Persian Gulf.

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Mysteries of Persia

A villager has stumbled upon an ancient site near Iran’s Parishan Lake located southeast of Kazerun (Kazeroun) in the southern province of Fars.

The Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the country. It receives only very small amount of water from feeder rivers and the whole lake/wetland is a protected area, as it is considered a globally significant wetland ecosystem.

A local farmer found huge ancient jars and columns of a fortress while expanding his agricultural lands near the lake.

Primary studies showed that the fortress was built during the Sassanid era and the jar was part of the Zoroastrian burials once containing the remains of the dead.

The jar was spotted in the walls of the fortress and no skeletons were found in it, Mehr News Agency reported.

The Parishan Lake, which is one of the most beautiful sites in southern Iran, does not receive enough attention from the country’s cultural heritage officials.

The lake is surrounded by the Zagros Range and its distance from the mountains varies from 500 meters to 5 kilometers. There are also a number of small caves facing the lake on the summit of mount Famour.

Several remains of ancient human habitation have been found around the lake, including an inscription which was recently found to the northwest of the lake.

Traces of World’s oldest human civilization

The oldest items here are stone blades from Kashafrood, discovered during an archaeological survey carried out in 1974-5 in Khorasan, on the banks of Kashafrood River. Various opinions have been expressed on the age of these artifacts. Claude Thibault attributes them an age of 800,000 to 1 million years, while others make them date back to between 600,000 and 700,000 years ago. According to Thibault, this is the earliest period in which man is known to have appeared on the Iranian Plateau.

Another category of these stone instruments was discovered in the Masileh area, 50 kilometers south of Varamin, by Dr. Sadeq Malek Shahmirzadi. These items date back to between 45,000 and 60,000 years ago.

Amid the highly varied objects from Khuzestan, one may point out the bull statue from the temple of Chogha Zanbil. This 106 centimeter high and 108 centimeter long glazed terracotta statue was installed at the temple’s gate, as its guardian.

Archaeologists toasted the recent discovery that wine existed 2,000 years earlier than thought. A jar excavated in 1968 from a Neolithic village site in Iran contained residue of 7,000-year-old wine. The team found calcium salt from tartaric acid, which occurs naturally in grapes. Traces of a preservative substance were found also, indicating that the wine was deliberately made and didn’t result from the fermentation of grape juice.

Another site in Western Iran provided the earliest known chemical evidence of beer in the world. In the grooves of an ancient jug, chemists discovered yellowish residue later found to be a chemical component of fermented barley.

In year 2001 archaeologists found the World’s oldest human civilization called Jiroft which is equal or even older than Sumer civilization.

The name “Jiroft” has recently become known in archaeological circles, after Iran’s Cultural Organization announced the discovery of remains from an ancient city buried near the current city of Jiroft, leading to theories proposing the remains belong to a forgotten culture known as the Jiroft civilization.

By the new discoveries in Jiroft, it is proved that Jiroft citizens were the first people who created writing, not Sumerians.