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Amshaspands

The name given in the Zoroastrian religion of the ancient Persians, the Parsees, in the Zend- Avesta, their bible an d prayer book, to the six good genii or powerful angels who continuously wait round the throne of Ormudz, or Ormazd. Also the name of the six summer months and the six productive working properties of nature.

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