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Hasani Ranjbar A, Hooshi al Sadat M. Human’s Alien and Salvation from “Lyrics of Shams” and “Myths of Mandaean” Point of View. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی. 2016; 7 (26) :35-52
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Lyrics of Shams have a powerful system of thought and emotion that has been noticed less than Rumi's Masnavi. Man's special situation in the cosmos, one of the prominent aspects of Rumi's thought. He is a dual, on the one hand the pure glory and excellence, one of the inhabitants of the heaven and on the other hand is the strange and mislaid being in the nature that is not able to rescue himself  without the help of beyond. This kind of anthropology is high affinity with the process of man’s mislaid and salvation in the Mandaean myths, the important branch of Gnosticism. In many various and expended works of this groups that remained, we encounter repeatedly  to special symbols and image that are largely myth, but  represent the kind of intuitive experience of truth and express mystical ideas. . In the present article, mislaid and salvation of human, are explained from both Lyrics of Shams and myths of Mandaean point of view and in each section, the corresponding images compared with each other.  Similarities and differences, listed below each topic and analysis are mentioned in the conclusion

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/10/1 | Accepted: 2016/10/1 | Published: 2016/10/1

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