Avesta (Praise) & Bible (Library)
The Ancient Avesta of Zoroastrianism is 21 Nasks corresponding to the 21 words of the Yatha Ahu Waiyo prayer Ahura Mazda taught to Zoroaster. It is the most holy prayer and manthra that defeats the devil, very similar to the Lord’s Prayer. I pray both prayers just about every day, as well as the other two prayers taught by Zartusht, Ashem Vohu and Yenghe Hatam. These three Zoroastrian prayers correspond to Good Thought, Good Word, Good Deed, which is a progressive revelation of the Creator’s truth and love and everything God is.
Maga is Zoroastrian. It is the Gathic word corresponding to Magi. The assembly of the maga, magavan, is described in Zoroaster’s Gathas, which is the oldest work of extant human literature attributed to a single, identifiable, and historical author, in this case a prophet.
Regarding the prophet Daniel of the Bible, Qurosh / Cyrus the Great is the only person other than Emmanuel / Jesus Christ whom the Bible names messiah / anointed by the Lord God.