He also does not mention the statement in Denkard IV, 22, which he cited long ago, that the Ohrmazd
mowbed is someone who can manifestly "see in the other world" (menoy-wenisnig; see the reference in Panaino's article in this volume.
Additionally, the medieval priests had concluded mardom hast ohrmazd sti "humans are [in] Ahura Mazda's likeness.
82) Faith, experience, indeed life itself are held symbolically safe and meaningful within the correctly orderly boundaries of the pious notion of pure space because, as a medieval Zoroastrian exegete noted, gah ud den ud zaman i ohrmazd bud ud hast ud hame bawed "the space, religion, and time of Ahura Mazda were, are, and shall be forever.
When he saw the light of Ohrmazd, intangible and shining forth, due to his envious nature and desire to smite, [the Evil Spirit] made an attack to destroy it.
He who does not offer the portion Ohrmazd assigned to me, but gobbles it up, let not a priest, warrior, or herdsman-pastoralist be born in his house.
Yima showed contempt for Ohrmazd, saying "Astwihad [i.
9-14: ka-s did an i ohrmazd rosnih agriftar ud fraz-payrog zadar-kamagih aresk-gohrih ray pad murnjenidan tag abar kard.
The divine name Ohrmazd
is also written with a spelling that looks like wxrmdd, and the word for `time', zaman, is written dm n (27:9).