ASHA

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ASHA

American School Health Association; American Speech and Hearing Associaton.

ASHA

ASHA

Abbreviation for American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
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Later on, the magician protagonist shares a similar experience with Zoroaster, when he is encircled by a fire which does not cause him pain, for he stands in the presence of the "great light" that is the fire God Asha Vahishta, who is in turn a symbol and creation of Ahura Mazda:
When the magician pays proper homage to the most frequently mentioned Amesha Spenta in the Zend-Avesta, Asha Vahishta, who "pervades the other creations, and through the sun, controls the seasons," he is endowed with the power of Ahura Mazda to create life--a divine attribute accessible to him via Asha Vahishta and his reverence and respect of fire (23).
On the one hand, if Zurvan is controlling him via Ahura Mazda and Asha Vahishta, even though he is on the side of good, he is a mere puppet of Zurvan.