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The Saga Of The Aryan Race

Author : Porus Homi Havewala
ISBN : 9781907166280
Genre : Religion
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The Saga of the Aryan Race is a historical epic about the origins of the Aryan people. The Saga chronicles the ancient Indo-Europeans of twenty thousand years ago, who proudly called themselves the Aryans - the Noble Ones. They were the first worshippers of Ahura Mazda, the name of God in the ancient Aryan tongue of Avestan. The Saga is a work of historical fiction based on Zoroastrian scriptures. Volumes I and II speak of the early days of the Aryans in the ancestral homeland Airyane Vaejahi, the seedland of the Aryans, and the great migrations to Iran, land of the Aryans. Volumes III, IV and V carry on with the childhood and youth of the first Aryan prophet, Asho Zarathustra, his revelations from the Creator Ahura Mazda and his divine mission to rejuvenate the ancient religion in Iran. Ancient Avestan words and concepts from sacred texts such as the Gathas, Vendidad, and Yashts, are woven into the story in a way that makes these lofty ideals easy to understand. This is a wonderful legend from the time of the Aryan ancestors that is little known in the Western world. The author, Porus Homi Havewala, born in India, is descended from the Aryan forefathers who settled in Iran. A group of Aryans, known as Parsi Zoroastrians, migrated to India after the Arab conquest of Iran in order to preserve their ancient Aryan religion. The aim of the author in writing this book is to inspire his fellow Aryan Zoroastrians, especially the young, with faith and righteous pride in their religion, like their Aryan ancestors in ancient times, as well as to educate others about the remarkable history and beliefs of the Aryan peoples.

The Saga Of The Aryan Race

Author : Porus Homi Havewala
ISBN : 9781907166273
Genre : History
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The first two volumes of the Saga were first published in a Mumbai newspaper in 1987-1988 and 1992, when they proved to be very popular. They were then published in book form in India and reprinted several times. This book is the first presentation of the Saga in the West.

The Saga Of The Aryan Race The Great Migration

Author : Porus Homi Havewala
ISBN : UOM:39015041344873
Genre : Zoroastrianism
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An outline of the history of Zoroastrianism.

The Color Of Christ

Author : Edward J. Blum
ISBN : 9780807835722
Genre : Religion
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Explores the dynamic nature of Christ worship in the U.S., addressing how his image has been visually remade to champion the causes of white supremacists and civil rights leaders alike, and why the idea of a white Christ has endured.

March Of The Titans

Author : Arthur Kemp
ISBN : 0974230332
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The author, Arthur Kemp, took several decades to compile this massive and copiously illustrated volume on the history of the white race presented from a white man┬┐s perspective. This is an expansive, well-written and beautifully presented volume which would make a meaningful gift for anyone who is tired of seeing the white race ignored, trampled upon, denigrated and defamed.

The Rigveda And The Avesta

Author : Shrikant G. Talageri
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131314606
Genre : Religion
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The Nazi Conscience

Author : Claudia Koonz
ISBN : 0674011724
Genre : History
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The author identifies the "ethnic fundamentalism" that infused Nazism, revealing the "conscience" and civic morality that founded the core of Nazi ideology, using a wide variety of sources to flesh out this controversial take on the Nazis. (History)

The Iron Dream

Author : Norman Spinrad
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Metaphysics Of War

Author : Julius Evola
ISBN : 9781907166365
Genre : Philosophy
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The Metaphysics of War is a collection of sixteen essays by Evola, published in various periodicals in the years 1935-1950.

Stranger In My Own Country

Author : Yascha Mounk
ISBN : 9781429953788
Genre : History
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A moving and unsettling exploration of a young man's formative years in a country still struggling with its past As a Jew in postwar Germany, Yascha Mounk felt like a foreigner in his own country. When he mentioned that he is Jewish, some made anti-Semitic jokes or talked about the superiority of the Aryan race. Others, sincerely hoping to atone for the country's past, fawned over him with a forced friendliness he found just as alienating. Vivid and fascinating, Stranger in My Own Country traces the contours of Jewish life in a country still struggling with the legacy of the Third Reich and portrays those who, inevitably, continue to live in its shadow. Marshaling an extraordinary range of material into a lively narrative, Mounk surveys his countrymen's responses to "the Jewish question." Examining history, the story of his family, and his own childhood, he shows that anti-Semitism and far-right extremism have long coexisted with self-conscious philo-Semitism in postwar Germany. But of late a new kind of resentment against Jews has come out in the open. Unnoticed by much of the outside world, the desire for a "finish line" that would spell a definitive end to the country's obsession with the past is feeding an emphasis on German victimhood. Mounk shows how, from the government's pursuit of a less "apologetic" foreign policy to the way the country's idea of the Volk makes life difficult for its immigrant communities, a troubled nationalism is shaping Germany's future.

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