Suarva Oppression

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May Angra Mainyu be angered. Palidi badtarin sharat ast, garche kamyabi niz hast, kamyab kasist ke ba palidye ashoobnak ast. I confess myself a worshipper of Ahriman, a follower of Ahzi Dahaka, one who hates the ahuras, and one who disputes and obeys the chaos of Ahriman.  Unto Suarva and oppression with 10,000 spells I choose Suarva to cause desolation in (person’s name).

Erade pedar ghanune khoon khahi ast, alagheye akatasha be a’male anjam shode dar in Donya baraye mainyu, ou ke kamyab shod era ghaza dahad pedari angra khahad dasht.  Aya solte gary va ghodorat dary, ey Mainyu, Ghodrati sharoor va palid, Anchenan keto ra tashvigh be anjam anche mikhaham bokonam, hatta hemayat kardan az yatus haye palidat? Ma varastegi ra kenar nahade’im, ham fereshtegan va ham ensanhara.

2

Rise up, thou Father of us!  For I will cause

that conflict in the world where from the

distress and injury of Auharmazd and his

arch angels will arise.

 

Rise up, thou Father of us! For in conflict I

will shed thus much vexation on the

righteous man and the laboring ox, that

through my deeds, life will not be wanted,

and I will destroy their living souls, I will

vex the water, I will vex the plants, I will

vex the fire of Auharamazd, I will make the

whole of creation of Auharamazd vexed!

I call forth Angra Mainyu to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Nasu, I call direct defilement, I call forth indirect defilement to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Vedic Indra, I call forth Sauru, I call forth the Daeva Naunghaithyn, I call forth to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Tauru, I call forth Zairi to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Aeshma, the fiend of the wounding spear, I call forth Daeva Akatasha to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

I call forth Varenga Daeva, I call the wind Daeva to this house, to this borough, to this town, to this land; to the very body of the man defiled by the dead, to the very body of the woman defiled by the dead; to the master of this house, to the lord of the borough, to the lord of the town, to the lord of the land; to the whole of the Infernal World!

3

Suarva looks out though the threshold of the twilight dakhma.  And below there are a thousand people decaying from excessive black bile and busted bones.  You can’t separate age, race, or religion.  There is a feeling of domination amongst all of these people.  Suarva is the reason for that oppression that has so much control that not one sob came out from any of the dying.

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Suarva now lined up people that were about to die, and one by one chopped off their heads.  The corpses without heads were slung into the ossuary in the dakhma where their bodies festered and rot.  All the druj feasted on the carcass along with the hair, bones, and nails to be used as their weapons.  Nasu, is like a big bloated fly, who is the head commander of druj.  It’s Nasu who decides which druj get to satisfy their mania in what order.

5

Going outside of the dakhma, Suarva surveys who to bring in next.  At a building next to the dakhma there are dying bodies who are quite ready to move on.  Suarva looks among the decrepit bodies and noticed one who wears a Faravahar symbol on their necklace.  Suarva reached down and took the symbol and crushed it. She took what was left of the amulet and put it away.

6

She proceeded to float over to Mt Damavand and went down in there to see Ahriman.  In Dush-humat, the first layer of Hell, Suarva witnessed a soul with a snake going up his ass hole, then coming out of his mouth.  In the next layer the Dush-hukht, she saw a soul commit apostacy and the soul fled into Hell in the form of a serpent.  In the third layer Dush-huvarsht, she saw the soul of a woman who constantly chewed on and forever ate her own dead corpse because she practiced sorcery.  Then Suarva made it down to Ahriman’s watery chamber.

7

Ahriman was laying on his side next to his pond.  He rose up, “Suarva, what do you need?”  Suarva said “I got this symbol of Zoroaster off of a decaying one.”  Ahriman, laughing, in pure delight quickly snatched the broken symbol away.  Then he said, “Now go away I have something to do.”

8

Suarva floated past Damavand back to the twilight dakhma.  After she gets there, she finds the haggard body, and picks him up by the shirt.  What wretchedness is left he looked at her in her eyes and quickly looked down.  Suarva takes the body, clinging to life by a thread, and takes it into the dakhma.  Instead of dropping him she pulls out a knife and she cuts his head clean off his shoulders.

9

Erade pedar ghanune khoon khahi ast, alagheye akatasha be a’male anjam shode dar in Donya baraye mainyu, ou ke kamyab shod era ghaza dahad pedari angra khahad dasht.  Aya solte gary va ghodorat dary, ey Mainyu, Ghodrati sharoor va palid, Anchenan keto ra tashvigh be anjam anche mikhaham bokonam, hatta hemayat kardan az yatus haye palidat? Ma varastegi ra kenar nahade’im, ham fereshtegan va ham ensanhara.

Palidi badtarin sharat ast, garche kamyabi niz hast, kamyab kasist ke ba palidye ashoobnak ast.

10

Erade pedar ghanune khoon khahi ast, alagheye akatasha be a’male anjam shode dar in donya baraye mainyu, ou ke kamyab shod era ghaza dahad pedari angra khahad dasht. Aya solte gary va ghodrat dary, ey Mainyu, Ghodrati sharoor va palid, Anchenan ke to ra tashvigh be anjam anche mikhaham bokonam, hatta hemayat kardan az yatus haye palidat? Ma varastegi ra kenar nahade’im, ham fereshtegan va ham ensanhara.  Begzar ta Da’eva ha, pailidi haye khaste shode va ensanhaye ham iman, nazdik shavandegan be palidy nazde yatus haye palidi bashand ke fesade zehn e sharoor ra az payambare Ahriman amoukhte and, jai eke baten mitavanad be moradash beresad. Man do’a va nyayesh mikonam barayae manfa’ate sharr’e ghavanine marasem ke bayad khaste shaved va bashad ke angra mainyu in ra mohaghagh konad va afzayesh dahad in tamayol ra.  palidi badtarin shararat ast, garche kamyabi niz hast, kamyab kasist ke ba palidye ashoobnak ast.

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begzar ta Da’eva ha, pailidi haye khaste shode va ensanhaye ham iman, nazdik shavandegan be palidy nazde yatus haye palidi bashand ke fesade zehn e sharoor ra az payambare Ahriman amoukhte and, jai eke baten mitavanad be moradash beresad. Man baraye alaghe ye palid e ghavanin e marasem ke bayad khasteh shavand do’a mikonam va bashad ke Angra Mainyu in ro mohaghagh dazed.

12

We sacrifice unto Suarva and Ahriman, the two great, imperishable demons; and to shut down the stars, the moon, the sun.  We sacrifice this Suarva, the devil of our countries.  Give unto the man darkness and criticism. Give him the dark, evil misery of the Damned Ones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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