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The world will pass away as a dream and nothing will remain but God. – Zoroaster

Zoroaster or Zarathustra was an ancient Iranian religious figure and poet whose hymns form the basis of Zoroastrianism. The basic beliefs include one omniscient God, the uncreated Creator called Ahura Mazda; a universe that strives for truth and order amidst lies and chaos, with the benevolent forces ultimately prevailing over the malevolent; and concepts of the Immaculate Conception, three Magi, Final Judgment, End of the World and Resurrection where the souls of the dead will be reunited with God. The chief duty of a follower is to defend the Divine Order through acting on what is Good. The intent of Good Deeds and Good Thoughts is the eventual union with the Divine Presence.