One portion addresses him as Ormuzd, another as Ahura Mazda.
Ormazd is the modern name, contracted from the ancient Ahura Mazda.
Does not this indicate Ahura Mazda as the source of divine life, as in Genesis ii.
Ahura Mazda answered: "It is the place where flocks and herds yield most dung."
Ahura Mazda tells Zoroaster that she is “the house mistress of my heaven, and mother of the creatures.”
Ahura Mazda answered: "It is he who digs out of it most corpses of dogs and men."
Is it true that thou, Ahura Mazda, seizest the waters from the sea Vouru-kasha with the wind and the clouds?
Prayers can win this paradise and Ahura Mazda and the Archangels will come and show the way thither to the pious.
According to these writings Ahura Mazda (Ormuzd), "the omniscient sovereign," created the world.
Ahura Mazda was the creator of the universe for the duration of which he fixed a certain term.