Persian - God of justice, light and war. One of the Yazatas. Son of Ahura Mazda. In some versions he was born fullyformed from a rock, in others he was the twin brother of Ahura Mazda. He carried a knife with which he killed the primordial bull Guesh Urva which had continually opposed Ahriman and from its dead body came plants and animals. He came down to earth on December 25th to relieve the sufferings of man, returning to heaven afterwards. He is expected to return to fight the last battle, overcoming Ahriman and leading the elect to eternal life. In some accounts, he was an assistant to Kshathra Varya. His weapons are arrows and the mace and his animal is the boar. Also commonly known as Mithra, Mitra, Mitra, sacred birds, sacred birds, birds, Ainu Ahura Mazda, Amaterasu, Apollo, Athena, Helius, Hermes, Mercury, Nyx, Tammuz, Zas Arawn, Artemis, China, Fukurokuju, Kwannon, Lares, Mannanan, Perseus, Shou Shen, Thoth Apollo, Asclepius, Angerbode Brac, Cronus, Odin, Saturn, Yama Juno Aphrodite, Astarte Ararjatis, Ataragatis, Hachiman, Venus Dusara, Jupiter Egypt Apollo, Baba, Brahma, Dionysus, Egypt, Eros, Epona, Hera, Horus, Iris, Juno, Kaltesh, Mars, Ops, Osiris, Seb, Thoth, Vishnu Isis Apollo, Here, Tethys Zoastrianism Asclepius, Inara Ketu, Minerva Brahma, Lakshmi, Sarasvati Apollo, Melkarth Asclepius, Noah, Odin Saturn Aphrodite, Venus Hera, Sweden Aphrodite, Isis Aphrodite, Venus Aztecs, Maya Apollo, Ares Heracles, Isis, Izanagi, Izanami Ares Triptolemus Amaterasu, Mediator, Mediator, Armenian Mihr, Armenian Mihr, Hindu Mitra, Hindu Mitra, Mithras, Roman Mithras, Roman Mithras or Mitra.

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