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Zarathushtra: The Transcendental Vision

A book by Phiroz Mehta, with a foreword by Professor Noel King

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This short gem of a book has been unjustly ignored by contemporary Zoroastrians. Because it is an exploration of the spirit rather than the letter of Zarathushtra’s significance, literalists — whether of the Gathas or of Parsi tradition — find Mehta inexcusably theosophical. Matter that as it may, Mehta’s visionary approach to Zarathushtra’s religiosity will perdure into the present millennium while more hidebound approaches gather dust.

Peter Abhaya, 17th March 2008

Thanks to you who research in this material.

An anonymous visitor, 14th March 2008

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