Especially NOT in Zoroastrianism!!!
Zarathushtra speaks of "asha" and "asha only". Knowledge belongs to the sphere of asha, things as they truly are, the same thing which is required from science.
There is absolutely NO knowledge outside of rational scientific knowledge to Zarathushtra, none whatsoever.
On the contrary, the idea that there is somehow some "other knowledge" belonging to priests rather than scientists is exactly what Zarathushtra opposed the most. But it is a very popular idea among Muslim imams. However, such ideas are totally alien to Zoroastrianism. Again, why are tou throwing Muslim ideas into our beautiful Zoroastrian religion? What are these Muslim ideas doing HERE?
However, there is knowledge and there are pure fairytales. I suppose your second category is the latter.
However, this has nothing to do with "knowledge".
And the word "perfection" means absolutely nothing unless you specify what you mean with "perfection".
You and Dina and Ali constantly go on and on about perfection as if repeating the word would somehow give it some substance. But none of you ever provide any substance. In that case, the term is absolutely meaningless.
I have explained my stance on the term "haurvatat". Am I the only one who dares to do so?
2008/7/5 MoobedyAr Mehran Gheibi <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Dear Alexander and Parviz
There are 2 typesof knowledge/science:
a) human science, that is imcomplete and some thing is adding or eliminating to/from it day by day or even every second. As time passes it becomes clear that some knowledge/science is wrong and some is correct.
b) ahoorA mazdA knowledge/science. It is complete and perfect. As time passes, it is better and more known by human being. I have written nearly 20 papers on various issues and compared the gAthAic teachings with nowadays findings. In all papers the unique result was the compatibility of gAthAic teachings with nowadays scince that can be effective and best answer and solution for nowadays question and problems. I presented the papers in various seminars, congresses, gatherings, newspapers......
MoobedyAr MehrAn Gheibi.