- From Sanskrit मैत्रेय (Maitreya). (Wiktionary)
“The little metal buckle on the elastic has the word 'Maitreya' inscripted in Pali (an ancient Eastern language where the word Maitreya was originated)”
“Many believe that the recent surge of miracles reported worldwide herald the coming of a great spiritual teacher called Maitreya who will teach us the art of living and help us solve the problems that beset mankind.”
“At first he won't even use the name Maitreya and just present ideas and teaching, problem and solutions NOT be magical.”
“We wear them until either Maitreya comes, the future Buddha, or, since the actual meaning of the word Maitreya is "love," we wear them until we develop pure love on our mental continuums.”
“Because he matched the profile, hundreds of people around the world believed that Patel was the living embodiment of a figure they called Maitreya, the Christ or "the world teacher".”
“The Maitreya is a prophesied future Buddha so I'm not sure how that would be a comparison for Jesus who was claimed to be the brother of a guy who lived in Jerusalem Gal.”
“Religious scholars will recognize immediately that talk of "The Christ" or World Teacher his nothing to do with the Christian Messiah but a different chap called Maitreya or Djwahl Kuhl who, in the Christian religion has another name and who the Rolling Stones had sympathy for.”
“What religion believes the Maitreya is the final messiah to come to the earth?”
“This is dangerous stuff, as anyone with a grasp of pyrotechnics, chemistry and the skill to speak authoritatively in pseudo-biblical language, such as Maitreya in Nairobi, although some argue that he is something altogether different, can put on a spectacle to show he is the messiah.”
“Maitreya" is the future Buddha who manifests as the Friend.”
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