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Zoroastrianism, considered by many as history's oldest monotheistic religion. It greatly influenced Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Greek philosophy. Founded by Zarathushtra who was born between 1800-1700 BC and lived in northeastern Iran. He saw the human condition as the mental struggle between aša (truth) and druj (lie). The purpose of humankind is to sustain aša, this occurs through active participation in life and the exercise of constructive thoughts, words and deeds.

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Zoroaster, also known as Zarathustra, is the founder of Zoroastrianism. Though he is known most likely to have been Persian, his birthplace is uncertain. It is now generally thought that he was born in the eastern part of the Iranian Plateau. Many popular religions borrowed from is teachings throughout the centuries, including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, etc.

Persian Prophet Zoroaster:He was a priest in his tribal religion, with which he eventually became disillusioned. Having received a vision, he began teaching that Ahura Mazda was the only God and alone was worthy of worship.

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Before Zoroaster century bc or earlier), the Iranians had a polytheistic religion, and Mithra was the most important of their gods. The similarities to Jesus are astounding.