عنوان مقاله [English]
Religions in the history of the world have gone through ups and downs. In this process, the fusion of religions and their ideas with each other has also taken place. The history of Iran has also witnessed the emergence of different religions and sects. One of the religious tendencies in Iranian society is Sufism and Sufi tendencies. Studies show that Sufism and mysticism is not an emerging school of imitation, although it has been given an Islamic suffix, because not only is there no Sufism and mysticism in Islam, but most religious scholars also oppose such schools, and in the meantime Also, some "theologians" use the word "mystic and mysticism" instead of "Sufism and Sufism" to justify themselves, and show that the origin of Sufism and mysticism and its nature need to be examined. The present study was conducted by descriptive and analytical methods and relying on library data and conducting oral interviews. The findings of the research indicate that due to the interconnectedness of religions, Islamic Sufism and mysticism is a phenomenon of the ancient Mithraic religion. This issue can be understood by examining the temples of the people of truth and its structure and coordinates.
1. Analysis and recognition of the nature of Sufism and mysticism in Iran.
2. A study of the ancient Iranian spiritual resources and the Shiite sect with emphasis on the temples of the Ahl al-Haqq sects.
1. What is the nature and historical background of Sufism and mysticism in Iran?
2. What is the reflection of the ancient Iranian and Shiite spiritual reserves in the temples of the Ahl al-Haqq sects?