Zoroastrianism as a religion was not firmly established until several centuries later. Zoroastrianism enters recorded history in the mid-5th century BCE. Which is older Judaism or Zoroastrianism? Sometimes called the official religion of ancient Persia, Zoroastrianism is one of the world’s oldest surviving religions, with teachings older than Buddhism, olderRead More →

Boris / Aleksander is likely somewhere in the origin world, but he’s not married to Regina. Ines Kahnwald and Hannah Krüger are also both safe. Though they both became entangled in Mikkel Nielsen’s life, their existence never depended on him. Does Jonas exist in the origin world? The Origin &Read More →

An absurdity is something ridiculously foolish. The U.S. declaring war on Fiji would be an absurdity. This is the noun form of the adjective absurd, which means silly, hard-to-believe, and kind of crazy. Is the word absurd offensive? It’s a semantically powerful word and sounds like a nice version ofRead More →

Who is the First Prophet in Islam? Adam is the first Islamic prophet. He and Hawwa (Eve) were the first humans on Earth and Adam is considered the father of the human race. It is said that Allah (SWT) created Adam and Eve from clay and gave them free reinRead More →

assistant, helper, attendant, retainer, servant, minion, underling, lackey, henchman. follower, disciple, supporter, votary, satellite, shadow. informal sidekick, girl Friday, man Friday, running dog, groupie, hanger-on. archaic liegeman, pursuivant. What is an acolyte person? acolyte, (from Greek akolouthos, “server,” “companion,” or “follower”), in the Roman Catholic church, a person is installedRead More →

In Mesopotamia, circa 1600 to 1200 BC, mountain people living on the border of Iran wore a type of soft shoes made of wraparound leather that was similar to a moccasin. Egyptians began making shoes from woven reeds as early as 1550 BC. Why did humans start wearing shoes? HumansRead More →

Today, AMORC is regarded as representing an “open cycle” of the ancient Rosicrucian tradition, its existence being a “reactivation” of Rosicrucian teaching in the United States, with previous Rosicrucian colonies in the United States having become dormant. What is the Rosicrucian symbol? The Rose Cross (also called Rose Croix andRead More →

The International Swimming Hall of Fame credits an Australian, Sydney Cavill, as the inventor of the butterfly armstroke, while others credit a German, Erich Rademacher, and still others say it was an American, Henry Myers. When was the butterfly stroke introduced? The butterfly stroke, used only in competition, differs fromRead More →

Noun. 1. xylophonist – someone who plays a xylophone. percussionist – a musician who plays percussion instruments. Is a glockenspiel German? glockenspiel, (German: “set of bells”) (German: “set of bells”) percussion instrument, originally a set of graduated bells, later a set of tuned steel bars (i.e., a metallophone) struck withRead More →

1 : the system of values (such as loyalty and honor) that knights in the Middle Ages were expected to follow Medieval chivalry the knight’s code of chivalry. 2 : an honorable and polite way of behaving especially toward women He paid her fare as an act of chivalry. IsRead More →