The Faravahar is the one of the most ancient middle east symbols of the winged sun disk that contains many different interpretations, ideas, and meanings across the ages.
Some believe that it is a representation of ones guardian angel, or “Higher Self”, that serves to encourage one towards the light, whilst avoiding temptations and evil. Other believe it represents divinity and royal power, as well as divine grace and divine glory. In Modern times, it is thought to represent personal spiritual power and is interpreted as a symbol of Enlightenment, that would push one to become the best version of themselves and leave behind the traps of the ego.
One thing remains true, the symbol has survived for thousands of years and remains a powerful source of inspiration in the middle east, as it represents elevation in thought, word, and deed to those who embrace it.
Using the mass collection of conscious and unconscious ideas, archetypes, powers, and concepts of the Faravahar, this base servitor is presented. It is made in way so that all copies are noded and learn together, and each come with unrestricted potential.
Added to the Faravahar are the following passive abilities:
Cup of Jamshid - The Cup of Jamshid is a cup of divination which, in Persian Mythology, was possessed by by the rulers of Greater Iran. The Cup is said to be filled with an elixir of immortality and it was believed that one could observe all 7 heavens of the universe by looking into it. The whole world was said to be reflected in it, and divinations within the cup were said to reveal greater truths about a person. It is also similar to the holy grail of western culture, in the sense that it bestowed immortality upon the user.
Soul of Arabic, Persian, Turkish & Hebrew - The most spoken languages in the middle east throughout its history and modern era are Arabic, Turkish, Persian, and Hebrew. What the Faravahar will do is engorge us with the essence and soul of these languages and their respective cultures, and communicate/speak that directly through our subconscious mind. Think of this as the dreamseeds language series, but for the most common languages found within the middle east.
Aarons Rod - Aarons Rod was endowed with miraculous power during the several plaugues that preceded Exodus. At one time, it swallowed all the rods of Egyptian Magicians, a testament of its spontaneous power. The Faravahar will be able to imbue us with the energy & power of this legendary Rod.
Conceptual Understanding of Math, Science, and Medicine - The Islamic Golden Age is a time period where Islamic society was flourishing with many advancements and where many new things were invented. Arab Scientists, such as Kitab Al-Jabr, made advancements in the fields of Algebra, Medicine, Astronomy, and Physics. Medical knowledge and expertise was growing and Advancements in the field of Calculus were also being made by scholar Alhazen.
To represent these advancements in the Islamic Golden Age, the Faravahar will push us to conceptually/psychically understand the fields of math, science, and medicine and allow us comprehend them on the subconscious level. This would induce an accelerated learning of these fields and makes them easier to master.
Hamsa Eye - The Hamsa is an palm shaped amulet that is popular in the middle east. It is an image used as a sign of protection during difficult times and is used as defense from the evil eye.
It is also a symbol that people believed to bring abundance, goodness, luck and good health