Mi-lo-fo

Buddhist - A fertility god. The name for Maitreya in China. It is said that he was a goldsmith who absconded from the palace of Shakyamuni with much treasure. He was captured by Lu Tung-pin using a magic cord. At times, called Mi-lo-fo, A-shih-to, A-shih-to, A-tzu-ta, Hsiao Fo, Hsiao Fo, Maitreya, Maitreya, Fu-tai-shih, Warai-botoke, Asita, Chakravartin, Chinese Hsiao Fo, Pu T'ai Hoshang, Hindu Kalki, Japanese Miro(ku), Hotei, Korean Miruk, Manchurian Maidari, Mongolian Maidari, Pali Metteya, Tibetan Byams-pa, Chem-pa, Mi-li, Mi-li, Mi-lo, Mi-lo, Mila Fu, Mila Fu, Milo, Milo, Miroku, Miroku, Buddhist Messiah, Miro, Pu T'ai Ho-shang, Hotei, Miruk, Miruk, Buddhist Maitreya, Japanese Miroku, P'u Sa, P'u Sa, Hotei, Tsao Ch√ľn, Mi-lo Fo, Mi-lo Fo, Mi Lo Fo, Mi Lo Fo, Japanese Hotei or Japanese Hotei.

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