1. Bhūtapāla.– An example of one who possessed ñāṇa-
Although the place where he slept was near to a cemetery, no evil spirit could harm the boy as that birth was destined to be his last. He later joined the Order and became an Arahant, being famed as Bhūtapāla Thera. PSA. 493 f; Vism.379 f.
¹ This seems to refer to some kind of mental agility (ed.)
2. Bhūtapāla.– The Vibhaṅga Commentary in explaining the term “kāsāvapajjota” says that it means “resplendent with the colour of orange, completely (ekobhāsinī) like the family of Bhūtapālaseṭṭhi” (Bhūtapālaseṭṭhikulasadisānī). VibhA.342; see also Bhūtavālika.