5040A: Zarathustra was the founder of Zoroastrianism, the oldest of the revealed world-religions. He lived in east central Iran, sometime between 1700 BC and 600 BC and his teachings were passed down by oral tradition. He lives today among us as an Ascended Master.
The Greek name for Zarathustra is Zoroaster, which means "Golden Star," or "Golden Light." He was a prophet and started a revolution of Light against Darkness where, in the end, Good will triumph over Evil.
Zarathustra recognized Ahura Mazda (Sanat Kumara) as the one true God, the creator of the universe. He may have been the first monotheist in recorded history.
Zoroastrianism and Mighty Zarathustra are placed on the eight-petaled Eighth Ray chakra, the secret chamber of the heart.