Magi, Magian or Magush
Magi: the definitions of Magi in the dictionary (Latin plural of magus, ancient Greek magos(μάγος), Persian "..غ", English singular 'magian', 'mage', 'magus', 'magusian', 'magusaean') is a term, used since at least the 4th century BCE, to denote a follower of Zoroaster, or rather, a follower of what the Hellenistic world associated Zoroaster with, which was in the main the ability to read the stars, and manipulate the fate that the stars foretold. The meaning prior to Hellenistic period is uncertain.
Author's Note: Magiism, in its general form, may be summed up as follows before the Hellenistic period: Just to analyze the meaning of the word below will give us the answer what really means to be Magi. The Airyanem Vaejah people lost the scholars from Magi to challenge Greek and Jewish scholars in the past. They wrote what ever served their own people's interest. The Airyanem Vaejah nations without Magi scholars lost a great deal to other nations in the region and out side of region.
Mag-ush: meaning those who are saying and teaching things based on knowledge.
Mag: Saying, preaching, speaking
Ush: conscious, knowledge, spiritual, spirituality, theology
The three wise Men, or the three kings, or the three Magi, are the forefathers of Mede (Kurd). The worlds are waiting for their return to power, according to the wishes of the God (Allah).
The Kurds and other Iranians are the owners of the oldest civilization in the history of humanity. They started the first monolithic religions 9 thousand years BC. The religions are called Mitra (Mehr), with the philosophy that the God is not like human. God is energy like Sun. The Airyanem Vaejah comes up with the concept of one God.
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