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Iranian Leviathan

Author(s): Jason Reza Jorjani

A Monumental History of Mithra’s Abode

No other nation on Earth has contributed more to the elevation of the human spirit, and to the enrichment of every aspect of civilization on a global scale, than Iran. Some of the most defining scientific, religious, and cultural characteristics of both the Eastern and Western Worlds actually owe their origin to Iran, let alone the contributions that Iran has made to the formation of the so-called “Islamic World.” The latter is almost entirely Iranian in terms of its high culture, and if “Islamic Civilization” is to have any future at all, it needs to be transformed back into Iranian Civilization.

That is the impression that one is left with after reading this monumental history of Iran, not just as a country, but as a vast civilization encompassing many related cultures and ethnicities. It is the first history of Iran ever written from a philosophical perspective. In other words, far from being a textbook history, this study aims to discern the inner meaning of Iran and the spiritual destiny of the Iranians or Eastern Aryans.

As an original work of Philosophy, Iranian Leviathan explores fundamental concepts in the realm of metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and political philosophy. With respect to socio-political thought, this philosophical history lays the groundwork for the ideological program of an Iranian Renaissance. This is a bold and unapologetic vision, not only for the revitalization of culture within Greater Iran, but also for the reestablishment of Iran as an imperial hegemon and global superpower in our time.

  • Jorjani speculates that Constantine made Christianity the Roman state religion as a response to the threat he saw posed by Mithraism
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  • Here he presents a narrative concerning the possible Scythian/Iranian origin of Buddhism. He points out that the appelation "Sakamuni" is a likely reference to Gautama's Scythian origins. His bold hypothesis suggests that Gautama is one and the same with Lao Tzu, the ostensible founder of Taoism. Further Jorjani suggests that Gautama may have also been the magus, Gaumata, who briefly ruled the Achaemenid Persian empire. Fundamentally, he sees Buddhism as a refutation of Zoroastrian thought.
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Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1. The Mithraic Mother of Iran

1.1 Mehr as the Son of Âbân

1.2 The Satanic Dragon Mother of Chivalric Iran

1.3 Queen Tomyris, the Assassin of Cyrus

Chapter 2. The Iranian Origins of Philosophy

2.1 The Scythian Rostam and the Sword of Esfandiyar

2.2 The First Philosopher

2.3 The Iranian Origin of Western Philosophy

2.4 The Iranian Origin of Eastern Philosophy

Chapter 3. Emperor of Noble Lies

3.1 Darius the Great Builder

3.2 Darius the Great Deceiver

3.3 Gautama’s Critique of Zoroastrianism

3.4 Darius and the Tao of Heraclitus

Chapter 4. Tekel Tekel, Mene Shekel

4.1 Xerxes and Ishtar the Jewess

4.2 Cyrus, the Messiah of Israel

4.3 The Mithraic Mystery of Iranian Zionism

Chapter 5. The Skull and Bone Cross

5.1 Hellenism, the Parthians, and Rome

5.2 Perseus and the Persian Religion

5.3 The Crossed Bones and Lady Liberty

5.4 Mithra as the Gnostic Christ

Chapter 6. From Persia with Love

6.1 Ardeshir and Totalitarian Theocracy

6.2 Mani and the Grand Inquisitors

6.3 Demonization of the Divine Feminine

6.4 The Mazdakite Revolution

Chapter 7. Everything Is Permitted

7.1 Salman the Persian and the Hyrcanian Origin of Islam

7.2 The Iranian Renaissance

7.3 Assassin Apocalypse

Chapter 8. Persian Tongue of the Invisible

8.1 The Persian Religion of Love

8.2 Hafez as the Zenith of Iranian Civilization

8.3 The Persianate World

Chapter 9. “I Am Zahhak and Alexander!”

9.1 Shah Ismail Safavid

9.2 The Safavid and Afsharid Empires of Iran

9.3 The Babi Movement and Bahai Faith

Chapter 10. The Leviathan of Iran

10.1 The Persian Constitutional Revolution

10.2 Pahlavi Iran: Resurgence of the Great Civilization?

10.3 “Light of the Aryans”? A Mithraic Monarchist Critique of Pahlavism

Chapter 11. The Government of God

11.1 Khomeini as a Mystic and Philosopher-King

11.2 “The Spirit of a World Without Spirit”

11.3 The Islamic Republic of Iran as God’s Government

Chapter 12. The Renaissance of Iranian Civilization

12.1 The Existential Threat to Iran

12.2 Iran as a Global Superpower and Hegemon of the Islamic World

12.3 Dysgenic Decline and Neo-Eugenic Biotechnology in Iranian Civilization

12.4 Homage To Hyrcania: Occulted Abode of the Once and Future Imam

Notes

Index

Bibliography

Author

Jason Reza Jorjani

Binding

Paperback

ISBN-13

978-1-912975-40-2

ISBN-10

1912975408

Languages

English

Number Of Pages

584

Product Group

Book

Publication Date

2019-09-01

Publisher

Arktos Media Ltd

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