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one of the Magi, one of the wise men who came from the East to worship the baby Jesus (Biblical) Zoroastrian priest of ancient Media and Persia; magician, sorcerer Dictionary source: Babylon English-English More: English to English translation of magus uno de los Reyes Magos (en el Nuevo Testamento - los tres magos que fueron a Belén a adorar a Cristo recién nacido después de haber visto su estrella) mago, sacerdote religioso Dictionary source: Babylon English-Spanish Dictionary More: English to Spanish translation of magus een van de drie koningen (in het Nieuwe Testament-drie wijzen die naar Jeruzalem kwamen om te buigen voor het kindje Jezus nadat ze een ster gezien hadden) magiër Dictionary source: Babylon English-Dutch Dictionary More: English to Dutch translation of magus um dos três reis magos (novo testamento- três reis que chegaram do Oriente, para dar a devida honra ao menino Jesus) mago, bruxo, sacerdote religioso Dictionary source: Babylon English-Portuguese Dictionary More: English to Portuguese translation of magus un des rois mages, venu rendre visite à Jésus après sa naissance (Bible-nouveau testament) prêtre zoroastrien de l'ancienne Perse; magicien, sorcier Dictionary source: Babylon English-French Dictionary More: English to French translation of magus antiker persischer Priester; Zauberer; Einer der drei heiligen Könige antiker persischer Priester; Zauberer; Einer der drei heiligen Könige Dictionary source: Babylon English-German Dictionary More: English to German translation of magus אחד האמגושים (בברית החדשה-שלושת החכמים שבאו לירושלים להשתחוות לישו הילד לאחר שראו את כוכבו) מכשף, כוהן דת Dictionary source: Babylon English-Hebrew Dictionary More: English to Hebrew translation of magus Magi [plural of Old Persian magus a wise man from the verbal root meh great; cf Sanskrit maha; cf Avestan mogaha, Latin plural magus, Greek magos, Persian mogh, Pahlavi maga] An hereditary priesthood or sacerdotal caste in Media and Persia.Zoroaster, himself a member of the Society of the Magi, divides the initiates into three degrees according to their level of enlightenment: the highest were referred to as Khvateush (those enlightened with their own inner light or self-enlightened); the second were called Varezenem (those who practice); and the third, Airyamna (friends or Aryans).

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"And all the knowledge possessed by these different schools, whether Magian, Egyptian, or Jewish, was derived from India, or rather from both sides of the Himalayas" (IU 1).

According to Shahrestani (12th-century Islamic scholar) the Magi are divided into three sects: Gaeomarethians (Kayumarthians), Zarvanian (Zurvanian), and Zoroastrians.

They all share the common belief that in this manifested universe the dualism of light and darkness is at work and that the final victory of the light is the day of resurrection.

to be continue "Magi2 " Dictionary source: Rakefet More: English to English translation of magus Magi (; Latin plural of magus; magos; Kurdish:mager, Old Persian: maguš, mogh; English singular magian, mage, magus, magusian, magusaean; , Turkish: mecî) is a term, used since at least the 6th century BCE, to denote followers of Zoroastrianism or Zoroaster.

The US initial print run of the script is 4.5 million, compared with the 12 million of the last original book, so it seems unlikely that the script will do quite as well as its predecessor.

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