The children of the Sun and Fire: The Kurds The Kurdish Yazdanism - TopicsExpress


The children of the Sun and Fire: The Kurds The Kurdish Yazdanism (Mithras): Ezîdî,Yarêsan, Alewî. Yazdânism is Mithraism of Zoroastrian (derived from Kurdish yazdān worthy of worship, a cognate of Avestan Yazata) introduced by Mehrdad Izady in 1992 to denote a group of native Kurdish monotheistic religions: Yazidi, Yâresân, and Chinarism/Ishikism (Ishik Alevism). The Yazdâni faiths were the primary religion of the inhabitants of the Zagros Mountains, including Kurds. The three traditions subsumed under the term Yazdânism are primarily practiced in relatively isolated communities, from Kurdistan to Anatolia (Zagros-Taurus Mountains) and Khurasan. One of the common characteristic of these three distinct group of Kurdish people (Medes). Mithras is a Medians divine figure, a mythological personification of the sun, which was worshiped in Mithraism. The name Mithras goes back to the Kurdish god Mithra from the Medes mythology. The Medes had an Ancient Kurdish Religion (a form of pre-Zoroastrian Mazdaism or Mithra worshipping) with a priesthood named as Magi. Later and during the reigns of the last Median kings, the reforms of Zarathustra spread in eastern Kurdistan. The Scholars and historians on Kurdish Medes relations. Here they are: 1.The great mass of the Kurds are descended from the Medes, though some are successors of Mantieni, Kadusii, and Kassæi or Saqæ. - Konrad Mannert (1756 -- 1834), Prussian historian and geographer 2.The western part of the mountain region of Media was anciently called the Za- gros, and is part of the modern Kurdistan and Luristan.- Israel Smith Clare (1847-1924) 3.Kurds along with other Aryan immigrants were able to establish their own empire -- the Median Empire -- which ruled vast areas of the Middle East between 612 and 519 BC. Since then the Kurds and Kurdistan remained relatively independent of external rule until the Islamic conquest in the 7th century AD. - Lokman I. Meho 4.The empire of the Medes, one of the reputed ancestors of the Kurdish people, was the only great national state that may be said to have been established by the Kurds. - Wadie Jwaideh 5.The Medes were the ancestors of Xenophons Carduchi and the modern Kurds.- M. Chahin 6. Language like the language of the Medes, Kurdish is of the Iranian branch of the Indo-European family of languages... - William Eagleton 7. The majority of those who now speak Kurdish most likely were formerly speakers of Median dialects. - Gernot Windfuhr Corduene, Gorduene, Cordyene, Kardokh, Gutian Cardyene, Gordyaia, Korduene, Korchayk und Girdiyan Kur, Kurmanch, Kurmansh, Kurmanshan Kurd, Kird Kirmanshan Kirmanch kirmanji kurmanji ilam Kassit, Sophene, Dilimli, Kirmanic, Kirdish, Kurdish, Sassanid, Gutian, Goran, Guran, Soran, Kelhurî, Feyli, Parthia, Lullubia, Lolo, Lorî, Khuri, Hurrian, Horî,Mitanni, Hattî-lowî, Mannaians, Urartians, Medes, Guti, Kurti, Mede, Mard, Carduchi,, Adianbene, Zila and Khaldi, Mards, Mushku, Manna, Hittites-Hatusha Hatti-Lowian, Mitanni, Mithra, Magi Kurds (Kurden Mithras: Yariyarsan, Yaresan,Yarsan,Yarêsan, Yazidi, Yezidi, Azda, Ezda, Ezîdî, Luwî, Lowî, Luvi, Luwi, Luwian, Alowî, Alawî )
Posted on: Thu, 21 Aug 2014 10:20:59 +0000

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