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- Maitreya (Sanskrit) or Metteyya (Pali) is regarded as a ****ure Buddha of this world in Buddhist eschatology. In some Buddhist literature, such as the Amitabha...
- Sananda Francesco Maitreya (born Terence Trent Howard, March 15, 1962), better known by his former stage name Terence Trent D'Arby, is an American singer...
- In Theosophy, Maitreya or Lord Maitreya is an advanced spiritual entity and high-ranking member of a hidden Spiritual Hierarchy, the Masters of the Ancient...
- Maitreya is the ****ure Buddha in Buddhist eschatology. Maitreya may also refer to: Maitreya (Mahābhārata), a sage in the Indian epic Mahabharata Maitreya...
- Balangoda Ananda Maitreya Thero (Sinhala: අග්ග මහා පණ්ඩිත බලංගොඩ ආනන්ද මෛත්‍රෙය මහා නා හිමි;23 August 1896 – 18 July 1998) was a Sri Lankan scholar Buddhist...
- in the form of Maitreya, the World Teacher. Maitreya is the name Buddhists use for the ****ure Buddha, but Creme claimed that Maitreya is the teacher that...
- Maitreya (Sanskrit: मैत्रेय) (sometimes written Mythreya) was a sage in the Mahabharata. His lineage is unknown. He came to the court of Hastinapura to...
- forgotten. This will be followed by the coming of Maitreya when the teachings of dharma are forgotten. Maitreya was the first Bodhisattva around whom a cult...
- Maitreya-nātha (ca. 270-350 CE) is a name whose use was pioneered by Buddhist scholars Erich Frauwallner, Giuseppe Tucci, and Hakuju Ui to distinguish...
- sage). His teachings embody that principle of loving kindness. Maitreya or Lord Maitreya is described in Theosophical literature of the late 19th-century...
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