Hushang throws a stone to kill the snake. He is not targeting well and mistakenly hits the rock behind which the snake had sheltered. Unfortunately, the snake escapes, but since the stones were flint stones, they spark and light the dried branches around. This way, Hushang discovers how to make a fire. He announces that the fire is “a light from God that should be admired,” and he shows his gratitude to God by calling this day “Sadeh” and celebrating it. In Iranian culture, the snake symbolizes Ahriman, Satan in Abrahamian religions, while fire is a light from Izad, God, that guides us to discover the truth. Although Hushang cannot kill the snake, which means he cannot defeat Ahriman yet, he learns how to search for the truth.