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Ized [1]

in Persian mythology, is a name of the twenty-eight good genii of the second rank, who recognize Ormuzd and his seven assistants, the Amshaspands, as their ruler. The Izeds are male and female beings of greatest purity and mildness, created by Ormuzd, the representative of the highest, invisible god, and superintend the year, the month, the day, the hours guide men on life's journey, command the animal and vegetable world, and rule the natural laws and elements, and are in continuous combat with Ahriman and his evil spirits.