They to over the ritual or Orion Belt or the sacred treated and 3 knots which Orion Belt the Girdle that came the Native American Shaman in Lakota who worship Orion as the Heart of the Bison or Buffalo and White Buffalo Calf Women. who the Catholic priest know is the real origins of the Virgin Mary for those who seen her like me. I just did not see a White Buffalo but I a Jewish Women with Jewish Nose like mind with Long black hair not red. She had combination Lakota Ceremonial Shaman dress and make of Beaver and Buffalo skin with Beaver skin boots. She have a Girdle rapped around her waist and Indian Royal Maharani dress in with Gold or Silver Embroidery with Durga earning from her ear to her nose and She was a Giant about 8 feet tall Nephilim and she walk with a limb. She was very tall very beautiful and young look about in late 20th to Early 30ths when she must have died. Varuna or Ahura Mazda in 80ths when Indra the Indu or Hindus Brahmin replace him in India and put the Caste System of racial discrimination against both Elamo-Dradivian people and Tamil Indians base their Caste and Color. This is were Racism first began.
Perhaps influenced by stargazing Babylonian*
astronomers, the ancient Iranians associated some of their deities with the
stars. The star Sirius represented the rain god Tishtrya, whose main role was
to battle Apausha, an evil star of drought. Tishtrya, in the form of a white
stallion, and Apausha, a hideous black horse, fought for three days. Then with
Ahura Mazda's help, Tishtrya defeated Apausha. Tishtrya and other star gods
who protected agriculture also took charge of battling meteors, or shooting
stars, which the Persians believed to be witches. Pairikas are female Witches
Pairikas ( Persian ' Pari ') were the witches
The Pairika of Persia are honored today. They correspond to the Indian Apsaras. Worshipped in the pre-Zoroastrian religion, the Pairikas are the prototypes of the Peris, the nymphs or female angels of later Persian tradition, and also of the Parigs or Witches of Manichaeism. The Pairikas, in the shape of worm-stars, are said to fly between the earth and the heavens at this time. This refers to shooting stars which fall every year at about the time (the Perseid meteor showers) when Tistrya (Sirius) is supposed to be most active.
Yatus (Masculine) or Pairikas (feminine).
The Yatus and Pairikas do not need to drink human or animal blood
The Pairikas, evil beings whose entrenching beauty seduces men and drives them to commit degrading deeds and the Daevas (from whom we derive the word Devil), such as Aesma Daevas, who cause plagues and diseases and who fight every form of religion.
As well as the dark side of Ancient Persia, we also celebrate the Mother Godess Anahita, a warrior maiden symbolising water and fertility, Ameretat (literally translated as "Undying Immortal") and Amesha Spentas ("Holy Ones") Persia's guardian angels.
Peri or Faries