Die altpersische religion und das judentum: unterschiede, übereinstimmungen und gegenseitige beeinflussungen

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A. Töpelmann, 1920 - Judaism - 240 pages
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Page 219 - Matroyao grew up from the earth in such a manner that their arms rested behind on their shoulders, and one joined to the other they were connected together and both alike. And the waists of both of them were brought close and so connected together that it was not clear which is the male and which the female, . . . Auharmazd spoke to Mashya and Mashyoi (ie, Matro and Matroyao) thus: "You are man, you are the ancestry of the world...
Page 41 - Because there is a fiend in our bodies, and she is an adversary who is connected with (haunts) mankind, and strives so that she may make misfortune and sickness predominant over mankind. And in our bodies there is a fire which they call a disposition, and they call a sneezing instinct. It is connected with that fiend ; and they wage warfare : and it keeps her away from the body of man.
Page 191 - Of those living, at the just, impartial (akafsisno) balance the man of proper habits (dado), whose good works are more, when sin has happened to him, undergoes a temporary (vidanaTk) punishment and becomes eternally cleansed by the good works; and he of improper habits, of much sin and little good works, attains temporary enjoyment by those good works, but through the sin which they perceive in him he is suffering punishment unto the resurrection.
Page 215 - ... for three days; and all fiends and evil thoughts, which are owing to their sin, have anguish effectually, and are hurried away by the cutting and breaking away of the accumulation (ham-dadakTh) of sin of the wicked souls.
Page 1 - LA VIE FUTURE, d'après le mazdéisme, à la lumière des croyances parallèles dans les autres religions, par N.
Page 41 - And in our bodies there is a fire which they call a disposition, and they call it the sneezing instinct. It is connected with that fiend, and they wage warfare, and it keeps her away from the body of man. Then, as the fire becomes successful over that fiend, and puts her to flight, a sneeze comes because that fiend comes out. Afterwards, because it is necessary they recite these inward prayers and perform the benediction of the fire, so that it may remain for a long period while thou art keeping...
Page 215 - ... also is just ; they become righteous, painless, deathless, fearless, and free from harm. 15. And with them comes the spirit of the good works which were done and instigated by them in the world, and procures them pleasure and joy in the degree and proportion of those good works. 16. But...
Page 215 - Also out of his sin is the punishment connected with it, and that punishment comes upon him, from the fiend and spirit of his own sin, in that manner and proportion with which he has harassed and vexed others 237, and has reverenced, praised, and served that which is vile.
Page 215 - ... and mercifulness of the pre-eminent persistent ones they are pardoned, and become most saintly (mogtum) pure ones; as it is said in metaphor that the pure are of two kinds, one which is glorious (khvarvato), and one which is metallic (ayenavato)4. divakih, but the former reading would be more of a modern Persian idiom than a Pahlavi one. 1 Or, ' the good;'' the word is not expressed in the Pahlavi text.
Page 41 - ... adversary who is connected with mankind, and strives so that she may make misfortune ('hillat) and sickness predominant (mustauli) over mankind. 3. And in our bodies there is a fire which they call a disposition — in Arabic they say tabi'hat — and they call it the sneezing instinct (gharizi). 4. It is connected with that fiend, and they wage warfare, and it keeps her away from the body of man. 5. Then, as the fire becomes successful over that fiend, and puts her to flight (hazimat), a sneeze...

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