Mysterious Flower Blooms Once Every 3,000 Years (2:45)Posted by talesfromtheconspiratum on February 1, 2015
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According to legend, the last time this plant bloomed was just before the birth of Siddhartha Gautama, AKA the Buddha. Perhaps an another grand spiritual master is walking the Earth presently?
▶ Mysterious Flower Blooms Once Every 3,000 Years – YouTube.
30 Jan 2014
According to Buddhist scriptures, there is a flower called the Udumbara flower, which blossoms once every 3,000 years. Udumbara is a Sanskrit word; it means “an auspicious flower from heaven.” The appearance of Udumbara blossoms is a sign of the arrival of the Holy King Who Turns the Wheel, rectifying the Dharma in the world.
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