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[[Maitreya]] maintains an etheric retreat over Tientsin, China, southeast of Peking (Beijing).  
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[[Maitreya]] maintains an [[etheric retreat]] over Tientsin, China, southeast of Peking (Beijing).  
  
 
Tientsin (or Tianjin) is the third largest city in the People’s Republic of China. It is located in Hopeh Province in northeast China, about 80 miles southeast of Peking. Tientsin means literally “heavenly ford.” The city is situated 35 miles inland from the Gulf of Chihli, where several streams converge before merging into the Hai Ho (river).
 
Tientsin (or Tianjin) is the third largest city in the People’s Republic of China. It is located in Hopeh Province in northeast China, about 80 miles southeast of Peking. Tientsin means literally “heavenly ford.” The city is situated 35 miles inland from the Gulf of Chihli, where several streams converge before merging into the Hai Ho (river).
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Kuan Yin pavillion in a Buddhist temple near Tientsin (Tianjon), China

Maitreya maintains an etheric retreat over Tientsin, China, southeast of Peking (Beijing).

Tientsin (or Tianjin) is the third largest city in the People’s Republic of China. It is located in Hopeh Province in northeast China, about 80 miles southeast of Peking. Tientsin means literally “heavenly ford.” The city is situated 35 miles inland from the Gulf of Chihli, where several streams converge before merging into the Hai Ho (river).

See also

Lord Maitreya

Maitreya's retreat in the Himalayas

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Maitreya’s Retreat over Tientsin, China.”