Mission of Maitreya
on Wikipedia

We are delighted to announce that the Wikipedia article on 'Maitreya' now has a paragraph about Maitreya of the Mission of Maitreya! It is the last paragraph in the 'More self-proclaimed Maitreyas' section. We do not know who put it up (ATTG; may God Smile upon him), but considering it is probably not a member of the Mission, we are impressed by how unbiased and well-researched it is. It seems more people are finally taking notice of us, and realizing that we are here to stay and have something worth looking into!

Being added to Wikipedia is a significant step for us, as it is widely used to gather general information about a topic. Searching for "Maitreya" on Google brings up the Wikipedia article as the first result, so it is great that we now have a presence there. Also, the paragraph about us contains a direct link to our website, as well as citations that lead to our prophecies from major religions and The Greatest Sign animated pages. This dramatically expands the outreach of our website and teachings, and makes it easy for anyone to visit our site and seek the truth for themselves.

It is things like this that help us remember that God is working in all levels for this Mission. Even if it seems like things are not going our way, we just have to keep spreading the Good News, working on ourselves, and doing God's Will, and we will be amazed at what manifests. ATTG!

The paragraph on Wikipedia about us is copied below:

Joseph Emmanuel of the Mission of Maitreya claims to be the Maitreya Buddha, as well as a major prophet of God who purportedly fulfills prophecies from the Old Testament, New Testament, Koran, Baha'i scriptures and eastern scriptures.[18] Perhaps the most prominent example of Emmanuel's claims to being the Maitreya is the fact that his main teaching seeks to unify the world's religions by means of showing how each religion corresponds to one of seven "seals".[19] His use of the term "seal" is a reference to a central tenet of Christian eschatological belief described in the Bible, in which it is predicted that Christ would return and open a book sealed with "seven seals" (Rev 5:5). The Mission of Maitreya also makes claims that link Emmanuel's teaching of seven seals to Buddhist tradition. According to Buddhist Scriptures, the Maitreya Buddha will "take seven steps forward, and where he puts down his feet a jewel or lotus will spring up."[20] [21] Emmanuel was originally a student of the yoga teacher P.R. Sarkar in India, who founded [Ananda Marga], and while in this organization, Emmanuel was given the spiritual name "Maitreya." This has been cited as further evidence by the Mission of Maitreya that Joseph Emmanuel is the true Maitreya.

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