Monday, 28 September 2015

Introducing the Mazdan Religion

Introducing the Mazdan Religion
Dr. Stephen E. Flowers, Ph.D.
Michael J. Moynihan

This document (PDF file above) was sent to me by Dr. Stephen E. Flowers, Ph.D. whom introduced it as "sort of an introduction to the Mazdan religion", which I believe was penned by himself and edited by Michael J. Moynihan.

Mazdan is a "restored Indo-European religion... based on the prophetic insight of the ancient priest Zarathustra who lived in Central Asia almost four thousand years ago." As Dr. Flowers has stated in the newsletter, Lodestar IV (February 2015), "One of our projects at this time is the development of a church or temple
for the establishment of a restored Indo-European religion. This is based on the prophetic insight of the Aryan priest Zarathustra, who lived in Central Asia 3,700 years ago. Our vehicle will be known as the Occidental Temple of the Wise Lord and will be completely universal in its appeal. This is the Aryan mission to the whole wide world. With knowledge of the Mystery of the LODESTAR
we will be able to navigate ourselves back home, even in the depths of darkness. Let the fires of the principle of focused consciousness lead the way."

For those interested in learning more,
I highly recommend the book, The Good Religion: The Occidental Temple of the Wise Lord by Darban-i-Den.

"This is the foundational book for the religious organization known as the Occidental Temple of the Wise Lord. It is the mission of this organization to establish and renew the ancient Indo-European principles of religion as first taught and revealed by Zarathustra, the universal prophet of the Aryan faith, almost 4,000 years ago. This is the universally valid and philosophically grounded religion based on the most ancient principles of Indo-European tradition. This book provides the basic history, doctrine and rituals needed to begin practicing this religion at once in order to help transform the whole wide world according to the ancient teachings of Zarathustra. Mankind is the chief comrade of Ahura Mazda in his struggle against the forces of ignorance, violence and poverty which prevent the happiness of both Man and the whole cosmos. Here you learn the philosophy, ethical teachings and rituals necessary to overcome these obstacles: Good Thoughts, Good Words and Good Deeds. This book embodies the much anticipated and long-expected breakthrough of the ancient universal creed in the West."

You can purchase the book at the below links.


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