Front Page Titles (by Subject) THE CREED * - The Teachings of Zoroaster and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion
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THE CREED * - Zarathushtra (Zoroaster), The Teachings of Zoroaster and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion 
The Teachings of Zoroaster and the Philosophy of the Parsi Religion, ed. S.A. Kapadia (London: John Murray, 1905).
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“I praise the well-thought, well-spoken, well-performed thoughts, words, and works.
“I lay hold on all good thoughts, words, and works.
“I abandon all evil thoughts, words, and works.
“I bring to you, O Amĕsha-çpĕntas,
“Praise and adoration,
“With thoughts, words, and works, with heavenly mind, the vital strength of my own body.
“I drive away the Daêvas, I profess myself a Zarathrustrian, an expeller of the Daêvas, a follower of the teachings of Ahura.
“A hymn-singer of the Amĕsha-çpĕntas, a praiser of the Amĕsha-çpĕntas.
“To Ahura-Mazda, the good, endued with good wisdom, I offer all good.”
[* ]Spiegel and Bleeck’s translation.