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The Miracle of Quan Yin

The Miracle of Quan Yin

Flowers are growing miraculously from the statue of Quan Yin at a temple near Seoul in South Korea.

The miracles have started and Buddhist monks are gathering to wait and pray for the event that will change all of our lives…

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“Flowers that bloom only once every 3,000 years are budding on the head of a sacred Buddhist statue.”

Buddhist priests in South Korea “say the legendary flowers blossoming on the forehead of Quan Yin the Compassionate” only appear “when the ‘Sage King of the Future’ (also known as Maitreya, the future Buddha–J.T.) comes into the world,” which one Buddhist leader called, “a delight that gives joy beyond description.”

“The Miracle of the Flowers, as it’s now being called, happened in the Chonggyesa Temple,” in a suburb of Seoul, the capital of South Korea.

“Tens of thousands of pilgrims are flocking to see the white blossoms on the tip of the eyebrow of the shining, gilded statue of Kuan Yin.” “‘Kuan Yin is a gentle Buddhist deity who refused to enter paradise (Nirvana–J.T.) because she heard the cries of suffering humanity,’ says religious expert Dr. Kenneth Ireland

‘She is acknowledged to save the soul of everyone on Earth, turning her back on none.'”

”’Many are now saying that the monastery of Chonggye-sa could become the Buddhist Lourdes because many cures are being performed there.'”

“According to the monks, 21 threadlike stems are growing from the statue of Quan Yin, each with a tiny white flower ‘no bigger than the tip of a ballpoint pen.'”

“This is the first time in the 1,000-year history of the monastery that the flowers have blossomed.”

“‘Buddhists say sighting the flowers is like witnessing the birth of Buddha,'” he added.

“Experts say it’s unthinkable that the 500-year-old statue of Quan Yin, gilded every three years over the (original) woodwork, could produce growing flowers without divine intervention.”

“‘Botanically, the flower is related to the ficus,’ says botanist William Grant, ‘There is just no way it could take root in the statue.'”

“Dr. Ireland says the flowers are regarded as divine in India, Japan and China and are believed to bloom only when a momentous event is about to happen.”

“Buddhist monks are currently keeping a prayer vigil at the statue, waiting for the event that will change mankind’s future forever.”

Note: this was first published in 2001 – we are still waiting to see what this means….

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