Only living, individual teachers should be submitted for this category. Organisations that provide teachings in Advaita, whether or not relating to a particular teacher, should use the ''Organisations'' sub-category. Websites relating to traditional (deceased) teachers should use the Hinduism/Spiritual Personalities category.Advaita Vedanta is a school of philosophy that argues that Truth, or Brahman, is the only thing that is real in this world. Since, mathematically speaking, there can be only one truth, and not two, the adjective 'advaita', meaning 'not two' is used. Vedanta refers to the 'anta', or the end, or summary, of the Vedas, the highly regarded treasurehouse of spiritual knowledge emanating from India.
Please submit sites about the afterlife as a place or concept. Religion specific versions of the afterlife do not belong here but in the appropriately named subcategory for that religion. Mediums' sites should be submitted to Spiritualism. Contact with the departed through the course of a paranormal investigation should be submitted to Paranormal.Afterlife describes a place 'the afterlife' or a state of being that is believed to exist after bodily death and is also referred to as 'life after death'.
Agnosticism is a term originally coined by Thomas H. Huxley in the 1840s to refer to an ideology which states, primarily, that the nature of the universe and of existence itself cannot be known. Hence, it is foolish to pretend otherwise, and all attempts to the contrary must necessarily end in dogma lacking in all form of proof. From Huxley's "Agnosticism": "Agnosticism, in fact, is not a creed, but a method, the essence of which lies in the rigorous application of a single principle ... Positively the principle may be expressed: In matters of the intellect, follow your reason as far as it will take you, without regard to any other consideration. And negatively: In matters of the intellect, do not pretend that conclusions are certain which are not demonstrated or demonstrable."
Submit your site to Agnosticism if the primary focus of the site is Agnosticism. If Agnosticism is only incidental, then please consider a more appropriate category.
Please consider applying to become editor of this category. We very much need an editor familiar with Cao Dai. Click here to apply.CaoDai is an indigenous Vietnamese religion with a strong following in France and the United States. It is a religion of unity, combining teachings and beliefs of Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Islam, Christianity, Spritism, and Geniism.
Please only submit your site to this category if it is a community based site. If your site is basically about a Church, please find the appropriate religious belief and submit your site within that category.There is currently no description created for this category.
Submission Notice for DeismWe welcome your submissions to this category, especially those sites which are dedicated to Deism and contain original materials not already listed elsewhere in ODP. Review the category description (below) first.
Keep these points in mind. Deism is not Atheism, a faith that there is no God, or agnosticism, a view that the truth of the unexistence or existence of God is inherently unknowable. Unlike Pantheism, Deism means a faith in omnipotent God the Creator, separate from the creation. Unlike Theism, Deism does not include a belief in revelations, miracles or any kind of interventions by God to affect outcomes in the material world. Deism has content. Deism is not mystical or spiritual or personal. Deism is both rational and moral.
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- Is the site current? Does it appear to be well-maintained?
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- Does the site appeal to a broad range of users? Does it provide diversity to the category?
- Are the site''s contents not currently covered in the category?
Deism has at minimum these attributes:
1. Belief in the existence of God, omnipotent Creator.
2. Belief that God can be understood and followed by reason alone
3. Follows a moral code derived from reason
4. Denial of ceremony, ritual, mysticism, special revelation (like the Bible), miracles or any kind of interventions by God to affect outcomes in the material world.
While Christianity and Deism are different belief systems, some called themselves "Christian Deists" to avoid the charge of heresy while believing as strict Deists, others adopted aspects of Christianity as it suited them (or vice versa).
Do not submit sites specific to only one religion or spiritual tradition into this category. Instead, please submit your site into the most appropriate category available for your specific religion or spiritual tradition, for example Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Directories in the case of Christianity.Guides, portals, directories, and similar sites providing a general overview of multiple religious traditions.
This is the main category for Astrology. Sites submitted here should be very broad and wide-ranging in content, or those which do not fit easily into any of the subcategories. Please consider all of the subcategories before submitting here.There is currently no description created for this category.
It is very rare for a site to be listed more than once, so please do not submit to multiple categories.
Due to the broad and unquantifiable nature of the topic, sites of general interest and sites that aid further exploration are appropriate. Sites more specific in nature should consider submitting to one of the sub-categories or elsewhere in the directory. There are other Open Directory categories for spiritual teachers and personal experiences that would be more appropriate if your submission is not enlightenment-specific.Words cannot describe the Tao and the Tao cannot be named. That which is eternal is unnameable. Naming is the basis of things. -- Lao Tsu, Taoist sage Enlightenment is the complete awareness of life without mental modifications. There's no thought, no self, no jiva, all of this goes away. But at the same time, it's within the world, within the form, the stillness and the substance are really the same thing. -- Frederick Lenz When we ask what Buddha nature is, it immediately vanishes. -- Shunryu Suzuki - Founder of the San Francisco Zen Center These descriptions point to something that is outside our daily experience. Sages have pointed to it for thousands of years. But their words are like the finger that points at the moon. If you focus on the finger then you will never see the moon. Enlightenment cannot be described in words because it is a state that is beyond words. It is touched in the momentary space between thoughts or the pause between two breaths. But these brief experiences are merely the beginning of a journey of personal exploration and transformation. This category is meant to provide the seeker with a starting place for their own personal journey of enlightenment. Sites submitted to this category should be non-denominational or multi-denominational. Sites that focus on a specific enlightenment tradition, such as Buddhism or Advaita Vedanta, should be submitted to the category for that tradition.
If English is not the primary language of the site, please make sure there is sufficient text in English to warrant submission, and please link the page with intro in English.Esoteric and Occult is a broad category embracing religious and mystical traditions and practices throughout history which have served as alternatives to mainstream religions. Esoteric and Occult also encompasses secret societies, underground groups and unusual activities that fall within occultism, meaning the study of hidden things, that is, the hidden structure of reality and of humanity. The esoteric movement in the West began with Græco-Roman traditions of magic and mystery, and has continued to the present day through such well-known traditions as Neo-Platonism, Alchemy, Kabala, and Theosophy. Egyptian and other ancient religions have long been of esoteric interest although they are not truly alternative; they were mainstream religions in their native cultures, and only became esoteric after they were revived centuries or millennia later. These revivals have sometimes embraced traditions of questionable historicity such as occult Templarism and medieval Witchcraft, as well as real traditions seen through a distorted historical lens. Since the 19th century many Western esotericists have cultivated interests in Eastern mysticism as well. Yoga is commonly practiced by esotericists today, and modern occult conceptions have been strongly influenced by Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism, especially as interpreted by Theosophy and Thelema.
Please check the subcategories before submitting your site. Information for local organizations should be submited to the "Local" category with the location information in the title.Falun Dafa is a high-level cultivation system, similar to qigong that offers stress relief and health improvement, etc. It has five sets of exercises that are smooth, natural, and easy to learn. It also has principles guiding the cultivation of mind and body. Volunteers introduce the system to the public, free of charge and no donations accepted.
Please only submit websites specified in the category description. Websites specific to the Jedi Religion on census forms should be submitted to http://dmoz.org/Recreation/Humor/Pranks/Jedi_Religion_on_Census_Forms/ and websites specific to the Star Wars version of Jediism should be sent to http://dmoz.org/Arts/Movies/Titles/S/Star_Wars_Movies/.
Works of Fiction dealing with Religion or Spirituality in any way the author sees fit; from the sarcastic to the sublime. We place a particularly high value on any original theological thoughts or creative cosmological conceptions artistically developed in fictional form.
In particular the category includes religions based on intentional fictions, or are parodies of one or more other religions. Whether the religion has adherents and the sincerity of those adherents is not a factor for classification into this category.
Note that this category is significantly based on the concept of ha ha only serious.
Please submit to the appropriate category in the World tree if your site is not in English. Please submit to the appropriate subcategory of the Gnosticism directory if appropriate.The term Gnosticism is derived from the Greek term "gnosis" which means "to know," and is the root of many English words (dia-gno-sis, kno-wledge, i-gno-re). Gnosticism refers to an exceptionally wide variety of groups who seek "Gnosis," or direct, spiritual knowledge, as opposed to those groups who rely exclusively on belief. The term Gnosis or Gnosticism has been used in spiritual teachings for unknown centuries. It was used in early Greek philosophy and expressed the foundation of the Greek Mystery Schools, yet it is still debated today which came first: the Greek "Gnosis" or the Sanskrit "Jnana," a term commonly associated with Jnana Yoga, or the path of the knowledge of the divine, whose age and origin is unknown. Nonetheless, there is evidence that the ancient Greek and Hindu schools of divine knowledge learned from each other. Some say that Alexander the Great sought for Gnosis among the Indian yogis. It is commonly believed that Gnosticism refers exclusively to a handful of philosophical schools of the late Hellenistic and early Christian eras. Yet scholars have recognized that these groups were born from Jewish mysticism, Hellenistic mystery cults, Iranian religious dualism (see Zoroastrianism), and Babylonian and Egyptian mythology, thus the term "Gnostic" would describe a vast sea of religious knowledge. Scholars present Gnosticism as a collection of movements that opposed the "mainstream" of Christianity, such as those formed by Valentinus and Basilides. It is widely recognized that a large portion of early Christian doctrine (and therefore its descendants) were developed in reaction to these other ideas. But the actual knowledge and teachings of these "Gnostic" groups were known only from what their enemies wrote (writers such as St. Irenaeus, St. Hippolytus, Tertullian, and Clement of Alexandria). In the twentieth-century, certain Manichaean and Coptic Gnostic papyri were discovered, providing the first extant Gnostic Gospels and writings. Important texts include The Gospel of Thomas and the Pistis Sophia. These texts opened a world thought lost, and presented to modern humanity the ideas and teachings that gave rise to the persecution of the "heretics" (Gnostics) and the long and troubled history of what has been established as Christianity. Alternatively, one modern writer described Gnosis as being present in every genuine school of mysticism: "This is the Religion of Wisdom of the ancient Sacerdotal Colleges, of the Gymnosophists, or solitary JINNS from Central Asia, of the Iohanes, Samoans, Egyptian Ascetics, ancient Pythagorians, medieval Rosacrucians, Templars, primeval Masons and other more or less known esoteric Brotherhoods whose list would occupy dozens of pages. This is the Secret Doctrine of the Knights of the Holy Grail. This is the Living Stone of Jacob Gnosis is the flame from which all the religions of the Universe come forth." In modern times, Gnosticism is a widely abused term, giving rise to many conflicting ideas as to what precisely is meant by it. There are hundreds of "Gnostic" churches, groups, teachings, writers and schools, each claiming to have the true Gnosis, the true knowledge of the divine. These modern groups range from small study groups analyzing the ancient gospels, to movements that claim millions of members. Truly, Gnosticism is not a collection of dead cults; it is a living tradition that has persisted under many faces, but which has never been extinguished, for it is the heart of the human experience: direct, intimate knowledge of higher truths.
Please submit only sites relating to Hinduism in general.Hinduism, also know as Sanatana Dharma is one of the oldest religions of the world. It originated without any single leader or personality and evolved with scripture expressing diverse thought. By some account Hinduism has over 2000 Gods and Goddesses and yet incorporates beliefs of those who worship the Divine without form. While this religion originated in India, today there are over a billion people who call themselves Hindus and practice this religion in some form.
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Please see which subcategory a site belongs to, and only put sites in the general category which encompass several types of humanism.Humanist groups and other humanist sites. Most organizations listed are associated with the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU). Humanist groups associated with the Humanist Movement (Siloist) are listed in a subcategory of their own, and are not associated with the IHEU. Theistic and Christian humanists have their own categories. Explicitly religious humanist and explicitly secular humanist sites should be put in the appropriate subcategory.
Sites submitted here should be relevant to religions in general. If the humor is by or for followers of a particular religion, please find the category for that belief and submit there instead.Humor with a religious theme.
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If your organization follows multiple religions at the same time, e.g., "We''re an interfaith church following the teachings of Christ, Buddha, and the wisdom of Mother Earth", submit your site here.
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"There is no God but God, and Muhammad is His prophet" - the fundamental statement of belief of a Muslim.
- Please help the ODP represent fairly and positively the wealth of experience and belief which has developed over the centuries. We recognize and seek to represent (but make no judgement on) the diversity of the Muslim community, and their different interpretations of faith and practice.
- If you wish to submit a website critical of/hostile to Islam, may we suggest that a more appropriate category may be found within the directory for your own religious tradition, or in Opposing Views.
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- We will only list sites which are designed to be accessible to a very general reader in this top category. If your site has been written specifically to be accessible for people interested in becoming a Muslim, you might consider Invitation to Islam. If your site uses language and concepts accessible only to people who already have a good understanding of Islam, please consider Guidance Resources
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We welcome websites which express/develop/describe/analyse the faith and practice of Islam. We aim for an inclusive representation of the community of Islam, with all its variety and cultural richness.
This category is reserved for websites pertaining to Jewish views of Judaism. Viewpoints from other religious perspectives may be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Opposing_Views/Judaism or Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Church_History/Hebraic_ Roots depending on which one is more appropriate.Religious culture of the Jews, one of the world's oldest religious traditions. Premodern Judaism constituted (and traditional Judaism today constitutes) an integrated cultural system of Jewish law, custom, and practice encompassing the totality of individual and communal existence. It is a system of sanctification in which all is to be subsumed under G-d's rule.
Sites for Messianic Judaism should be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Messianic_Judaism.
The Meditation category consists primarily of links to the meditation categories of various religions. If your site relates specifically to a particular religious style of meditation, please use that categories submission link. Likewise if your site contains mostly information about the health benefits of Meditation you should use the link within that category. Only sites containing general information regarding multiple faiths and practices, or religious as well as health benefits, should be submitted here.Meditation is a practice with wide reaching roots in many religions as well as general health and stress reduction. Although meditation often has connections to faiths or belief systems, these are not necessary and indeed can be misleading. Meditation does not require a teacher, guru or specific faith any more than it should be limited by having any of these things.
Sites related to Native American worship practices and beliefs.
This category is for authentic American Indian religion and spirituality.
If the site you wish to submit is American Indian but primarily Christian in theme, please submit it here.
If your site is by white people who spiritually admire American Indian ways, please submit it here here.
If your site is about "shamans" or offers to sell any religious services, do NOT put it here. Submit it here.
Please submit sites that are related to New Thought, Religious Science, and Divine Science. Submitting sites that are not related to the New Thought movement will delay the sites listing in the directory.New Thought is a spiritual movement descended from the work of Phineas Parkhurst Quimby and others who, in the mid-19th century, sought to find the universal truths behind all religions. Most often confused with what is called "New Age" in the media, New Thought is actually an attempt to gather the common thread of truth that is woven through all the world's great spiritual traditions. The principles of New Thought are to be found in Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Zen, Hinduism, and many philosophical and theological works. It is mostly Christian in background, but has become allied to various religions.
Please make an effort to find the most specific sub-category in which a site belongs; the main Pagan category is only for sites of broad interest to all pagans.Pagan is a label on a group of religions. It covers both the resurrection, recreation or revival of old pre-Christian religions (often defined from the perspective of the Roman empire) but also covers new religions who have adopted the label. Some pagans are polytheistic and believe in a whole pantheon of gods, spirits and so on while others may believe in just two gods (usually a male and female) and some are monotheistic.
If your website concerns a particular religion, please submit it to the category for that religion.Websites by or about individual people.
Please read carefully the associated links to this category. If the page you are submitting deals with past life readings, or consulting services, hypnotherapy, death or Ascension.. it belongs in the categories listed under "See also".Reincarnation category deals with the belief in a soul that survives death of a body and is reborn in another. This belief is common to many cultures and listings engage the reader in exploring and studying these beliefs.
The Religious Studies category is for objective, academic sites. If your site is from the perspective of a specific religion, please do not submit it here – it won''t be listed. Instead, go back to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/ and submit it to the appropriate subcategory of that religion. This will reduce the number of editors who have to review your site, and allow your site to be listed in Open Directory more quickly.The Religious Studies category contains academic sites, references on primary sources (such as texts from various religious traditions), and other resources for the study of religions from an objective or comparative viewpoint. Sites that emphasize the study of a particular religion by adherents of that religion are classified with that religion.
This category is for sites that describe or provide links to online religious texts for more than one religion. If your site is relevant to one religion only, please submit it to the relevant category elsewhere in the directory by following one of the links.Most religions have particular writings that they regard as sacred or in some way inspirational. These texts may prescribe religious law, describe historical events, document prophecies, or record words of praise. Some texts have an appeal outside of the religion that considers them sacred and are regarded more generally as important works of literature. This category provides links to religious texts by name, where there is a category specifically dealing with a named text, and by religious tradition. Sites listed here mostly provide links to online religious texts from multiple religious traditions.
There are several common types of submissions to this category that ARE NOT ACCEPTED.Religious, adjective, having a strong belief in a god or gods, or any such system of belief and worship. Tolerance, noun, willingness to accept behavior and beliefs which are different from your own, although you might not agree with or approve of them. It is very easy to see, from the definitions alone, why Religious Tolerance can be a difficult subject. Strong beliefs often make tolerance difficult at best. The sites listed here in Religious Tolerance are intended to provide information and understanding of differing beliefs in order to increase acceptance.
If your site does not include information comparing or relevent to more than one religion, it will be DELETED. Sites which discuss only one religion should be submitted to that religions category.
Sites that have a general tone of "this religion is picking on me" will not be accepted. The purpose of this category is to list sites about tolerance, not intolerance. Again these sites likely belong in a category specific to that religion.
Sites that are themselves preaching intolerance while complaining of same will not be listed. These sites likely belong in Opposing Views.
Please submit sites that are directly related to shamanism. Do not include sites with off-topic material such as mediumship, spiritualism, Wicca, psychic phenomena, resurrection, past life experiences, channeling, UFOs, aliens, prophecies, alternative health, and paranormal phenomena. There are appropriate categories elsewhere in the directory for submitting these sites.The word 'shaman' comes from the Tungus language in Siberia. The term refers to the spiritual leaders of certain societies, usually small-scale societies without centralized political organizations and occupational specialization. The shaman's primary function is to serve as an intermediary between his or her community and the spirit world. He has direct contact with the spirit world through trance states, uses the trance state for healing, bewitching and divining for his people, and uses his connections to spirits to achieve good or evil goals. Because of this perceived power, he is often the most feared person in the society. The techniques used in shamanic religions have been adopted by individuals and groups of non-shamanic societies seeking access to the spirit world. Modern versions of shamanism emphasize healing of self and others, but often lack the community foundation of traditional shamanic religions. In these contexts, shamanism is no longer a religion but rather a spiritual practice borrowed from traditional beliefs.
This is also not the category for shops, stores and other online businesses. The one exception to the "no sales" rule is the Workshops and Tours subcategory.
Please consider applying to become editor of this category. We very much need an editor familiar with Shinto. Click here to apply.Shinto is Japan's indigenous religion; a complex of ancient folk belief and rituals; basically animistic religion that perceives the presence of gods or of the sacred in animals, in plants, and even in things which have no life, such as stones and waterfalls. The roots go back to the distant past. A large number of items discovered amongst remains dating from the Jomon period (up to 200 B.C.) are thought to have had some magical significance.
If your site is specific to a religion, please go back and submit your site to the appropriate subcategory. This will reduce the number of editors who have to review your site, and allow your site to be listed in Open Directory more quickly. This category is only for sites that sell products for many religions.Commercial sites selling "religious" books or items related to multiple religions. The focus of the site should be to allow the consumer to select and obtain goods and services and should include prices. This includes:
Sikhism is an ethical monotheism fusing elements of Hinduism and Islam. It was founded by Guru Nanak (1469-1539), a mystic who believed that God transcends religious distinctions. Sikhism stresses the unity, truth, and creativity of a personal God and urges union with him through meditation and surrender to his will. It rejects the Hindu caste system, priesthood, image worship, asceticism, and pilgrimage, although it retains the Hindu doctrines of transmigration and karma. The ultimate spiritual authority is the Adi Granth, a collection of hymns and devotional poetry. The Golden Temple in Amritsar is the religious center.
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Contemporary phenomena and links related to individual mediums should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory of /Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Spiritualism. Please suggest your Spiritualism related site to the best subcategory. These categories are not for other religions, or for spiritual sites related to New Age or other topics about personal development. If you wish to list such a site, please find the best category within Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/ If your site is a personal one, that deals with personal issues, find the best subcategory within Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/ or it may be better placed in Society/People/Personal_Homepages/Weblogs/ or in Society/People/Personal_Homepages/Spiritualism in its modern incarnation started in the mid nineteenth century in the USA and essentially grew out of Christianity. It is still perceived as largely Christian in its broadest sense (although no-one, least of all Spiritualists, would begin to claim that its beliefs were orthodox), but there are people from other traditions who happily take the title "Spiritualist" whose background is anything but Christian. It involves contact with the spirits of the dead, through a medium.
For sites which describe individual or general Spiritual Beings.A spiritual being is a non-corporeal entity found in many religions and belief systems throughout the world.
In many belief systems, spirits are on the same plane of existence as "gods", though these spirits are of a much lesser magnitude. For example, Thor was a god, and any given dwarf was likewise accounted as a spiritual being in Norse mythology.
Historically, spiritual beings have been ascribed any number of powers, both over nature and over humans. Often their power is said to be linked with their purpose in creation.
In some parts of the world, spiritual beings are believed to be able to possess humans and control their behavior.
Please read through the sub-categories before submitting a site to Taoism.Tao can be roughly translated into English as path. It is generally used in a more metaphysical sense within popular Taoism, however. Tao (Dao) is often seen as an insentient and unseen force, principle or system rather than a concrete or even metaphorical path. Taoists believe that the Tao is the source of all things, and thus Taoism is older than recorded history. The person usually attributed with having "reawakened" knowledge of the Tao is Lao Tzu (604?-531? BCE) a mysterious figure said to have been a librarian in the south of ancient China. Taoism is a philosophy but evolved into a religion about 140 CE and was later adopted as a state religion. At that time Lao Tzu became popularly venerated as a deity. See also FAQ list at the temple.
The Articles category is intended for news style or scholarly works on Taoism. These may include papers or speeches previously released and now available on the internet.
The Chats and Forums section is for sites dealing primarily with discussion or mailing lists or web forums. IRC and web chats should be listed here also.
All sites dealing primarily with well known "masters" of Taoism should be submitted to the Sages sub-category. If that Sage already has a sub-category please submit your page there.
The Texts area is primarily for translations of texts from the Taoist canon, as well as books on popular Taoism.
Any site which upholds the mission of doing that which is good and supporting freedom of religion may be included here, so long as it does not promote a single traditional religion. A church which is dedicated to one religion, such as Christianity, Hinduism, Wicca, etc., does not belong here, even if it proclaims itself as a Universal Life Church and is headed by a ULC ordained minister. Such one faith churches belong under the category for that religion. A church for Pagans could be here if it is for different Pagan religions and not just one.The Universal Life Church was founded in Modesto, California, in 1962 by Kirby Hensley. There are only two requirements for members, to do that which is good and to support freedom of religion. Free ordination is available for anyone. Similar churches and breakaway churches which adhere to these policies are included here as well, but not churches dedicated to a single religious tradition.
Please submit only sites relating to Yoga in general. Other sites should be submitted to the specific sub category. If your site is about a Yoga Center or Teacher it should be submitted to the category."Yoga" means Union, Union with Power of Divine Love. Yoga is one of the six classic systems of Hindu philosophy and holds that through the practice of certain disciplines you may achieve liberation from the limitations of flesh, the delusions of sense, and the pitfalls of thought, thus attaining union with the object of knowledge. It is knowledge that is the goal of all Yoga practices. In fact, Yoga doctrine insists that physical and mental training is to be used only as a means to spiritual ends.
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Please consider applying to become editor of this category. We very much need an editor familiar with Zoroastrianism. Click here to apply.Zoroastrianism is the ancient religion of Persia. It was founded about 3500 years ago by the prophet Zarathushtra. Arising out of the polytheistic traditions of ancient India and Iran, he was one of the first monotheists in human history. Zarathushtra preached that there was one God, whom he called Ahura Mazda. Ahura means "Lord," and Mazda means "Wise," so Zoroastrians call God the "Wise Lord." Zarathushtra has been known in the West as Zoroaster, from the Greek transliteration of his name; in Persia and India he is known as Zarthosht.