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Simurgh statue - Nishapur, Iran. Simurgh is a benevolent, mythical bird in Iranian mythology and literature. It is depicted in Iranian art as a winged creature in the shape of a bird, gigantic enough to carry off an elephant.
Legends consider the bird so old that it had seen the destruction of the world three times over. The simurgh learned so much by living so long that it is thought to possess the knowledge of all the ages. In one legend, the simurgh was said to live 1,700 years before plunging itself into flames (much like the phoenix). The simurgh was considered to purify the land and waters, therefore bestowing fertility. It represented the union between the Earth and the sky, serving as mediator and messenger between the two. The simurgh roosted in the Tree of Life, which stands in the middle of the world sea. The plant is potent medicine and is called all-healing, and the seeds of all plants are deposited on it. When the simurgh took flight, the leaves of the tree of life shook, making all the seeds of every plant fall out. These seeds floated around the world on the winds of Vayu-Vata and the rains of Tishtrya, in cosmology taking root to become every type of plant that ever lived and curing all the illnesses of mankind.
Eat the rainbow 🌈 Mucho color por aquí en esta idea de snack am con nuestro amado yogurt griego 😍 lo hicimos con 3 cdas de yogurt griego natural con colageno de @sanmartinlacteos un poco de kiwi 🥝 fresas 🍓coco rayado 🌴 y quinoa loops de @alimentosnutrisano delicia total!!!