Zoroastrian beliefs also say that the whole Universe is involved in the conflict of creation being attacked by destruction and violence, humanity is also included and plays a big role in these conflicts. It details that Ahura Mazda will be the prevailing one and at this particular point all time will then come to an end ultimately.
Zoroastrian precepts are all peoples equality, faithfulness and loyalty to their Country and their families, living things should all be met with kindness and respectfulness and hard work along with values should be practiced by all Zoroastrian followers.
It is also believed that our Universe will consists of three separate eras which are; creation first, the World in the present, where all of creation comes under an attack is second, and lastly, a final end states that Spenta Mainyu will become dominating and Ahura Mazda will come to prevail against this, then our Universe will return to its state of pureness letting all the souls which have been in darkness trapped and become free and released.
Many Zoroastrian festival's held annually and the practice of the Zoroastrian religion all revolve around nature and the environment. Nature is respected by Zoroastrian followers. Some of their festivals include; the festival of water is held in the summer months, on spring's first celebrated, the festival of autumn is held at the end of the Fall's harvest seasons and the festival of the mid winter fire is held as one of the last celebrations of the year.
Fire is a symbol in Zoroastrian religion, which represents the creator, with Sun and fire which are brilliant, pure and sustains lives. Prayers are often held by a fire of some kind or another. Fire is in no way worshipped by the Zoroastrian followers, it is mainly a thought of by them as a symbol of their belief system.
Horoscopes in the Zoroastrian practices are much different than the astrological signs and horoscopes most of us are familiar with. The cycle of their calendar for Zoroastrian religious horoscopes includes thirty-two years and each year specifies a different type of connection to a totem of an animal. Totems have distinct properties and symbolisms that are given uniquely to a person who was born on a specific day under these totems.
In Zoroastrian horoscopes and astrology these are the animal totems used, the falcon, the owl, the deer, the ram, the deer, the mongoose, the wolf, the spider and the stork. For precise years that coincide with these animal totems you can find them on a search of the internet.
Zoroastrian religion is believed to have started around the 6000 B.C era. The holy book of Zoroastrian religion is called the Avesta. This book has Zarathustra's own words included within it, along with hymns called the Gatha's. The Gatha's contain sacred abstract poetic sentiments regarding and pertaining to the Zoroastrian religion and beliefs. At later dates, the remaining pages of the Avesta were written. These parts of the Avesta pertain to
Rituals and laws of the practice in Zoroastrian religion along with their traditions and values.