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"All men and women should mutually love one another and live in peace as brothers and sisters, bound by the indestructible hand of humanity."

Zoroastrianism was founded by the prophet Zarathustra in ancient Persia around 1800 B.C.E and is found today mainly in western India. Zarathustra in his Gathas, or verses, declared the sovereignty of the one God, Ahura Mazda or "Lord of all Wisdom," and the opposition of good and evil spiritual forces. Zoroastrian worship centers on a continually burning sacred fire.

The winged depiction of Ahura Mazda represents for Zoroastrians the source of all that is life-giving and good in the universe.

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