The Return of Zarathustra, Part II

Jason Reza Jorjani The Return of Zarathustra, Part II July 21, 2016 The roots of the greatness of European civilization are inextricable from the ancient Zoroastrian heritage of Iran. The idea that the Persian Wars represented some kind of clash of civilizations, let alone a race war, is totally anachronistic and delusional. Ancient Iran was […]

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The Return of Zarathustra, Part I

Jason Reza Jorjani The Return of Zarathustra, Part I July 19, 2016 Zarathustra was the first archeofuturist. Ahura Mazda is the prototype of Prometheus, and an Iranian visionary is the true father of what you are used to calling your “Faustian civilization.” Before the Arab Muslim conquest of Iran in the 7th century AD, Zoroastrianism […]

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Iranian Genocide by Muslims in the 7th century

We remember the Iranian Genocide by Muslims in 7th Century on Qadesieh anniversary (16-19 November)

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Shahnameh: Myth or Fact?, Shahin Nezhad

Shahnameh: Myth or Fact?, Shahin Nezhad www.youtube.com Shahnameh, a literary masterpiece, and definitive of ethno-national cultural identity of Iran contains three parts of Indo-Iranian mythology, Iranian epic and a …

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Iranian Nationalism and the Globalist Agenda

Iranian Nationalism and the Globalist Agenda August 18, 2016 Politics 4 What I am about to share with you is to date one of the most important political statements of the 21st century. The open letter following this preface, which could fit on a single page, is as important on account of the signatories that […]

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Iranian Nationalism and the Globalist Agenda

Jason Reza Jorjani: Iranian Nationalism and the Globalist Agenda  August 18, 2016  Politics   What I am about to share with you is to date one of the most important political statements of the 21st century. The open letter following this preface, which could fit on a single page, is as important on […]

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The Return of Zarathustra, Part IV

Jason Reza Jorjani The Return of Zarathustra, Part IV July 30, 2016 The kind of drunken Sufism that Persian poetry has made renowned in the Western world has almost nothing to do with Islam. This “Religion of Love” has everything to do with an esoteric sect of Zoroastrianism that nearly seized control of the Persian […]

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The Return of Zarathustra, Part III

Jason Reza Jorjani The Return of Zarathustra, Part III July 25, 2016 Chivalry and romantic love originated in the Iranian cult of Mithra, the Zoroastrian world savior. Not only are most of the positive elements of European ‘Christianity’ Mithraic in origin, the same tradition catalyzed the Mahayana reform of Buddhism in Eastern Iran and could […]

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Iranian Renaissance impact on Middle East

Iranian Renaissance Impact on the Middle East Iranian Renaissance Movement believes that the factor that bring all people together is the timeless ideas that is manifested by non-religious values instead of the sectarian and dogmatic religious ones. Iranian Renaissance Movement firmly believes that prior the Islamization and despite it, people of the Middle East boast […]

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Iranian Renaissance in English

What is the Iranian Renaissance? Iranian Renascence aims to organize an all encompassing movement to promote a new social, cultural and political reawakening. This undertaking will be based on Iranian thoughts and ethics in order to rescue Iran from the ongoing cultural bankruptcy, social disintegration and economic destruction. Like the European Renaissance, the Iranian Renaissance […]

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