Haoma

HaomaPronunciation-needed is the Avestan language name of a plant and its divinity, both of which play a role in Zoroastrian doctrine and in later Persian culture and mythology. The Middle Persian form of the name is hōm, which continues to be the name in Modern Persian, Pashto and other living Iranian languages. Sacred haoma has its origins in I...
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haoma

(Av.) name of a plant with medicinal and spiritual properties; name of the yazad presiding over the haoma plant. (Var Phl. 'hom').
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Haoma

In Persian mythology, Haoma was the son of Mazda and the physician to the gods and could be prevailed upon to come to dearth to cure mortal disease and drive out sin.
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haoma

in Zoroastrianism, sacred plant and the drink made from it. The preparation of the drink from the plant by pounding and the drinking of it are ... [12 related articles]
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