I dislike how the boddhisatva editing the document acts as if he/she doesn't quite believe his own learnings in order to pretend to be part of the Foundation.
This is attributed to the Buddhist belief that humans are most likely to receive dharma effectively
Wouldn't 'understanding' be better than 'belief' in this case?
Based on first-person observation, SCP-2781-A is hypothesised to be a "pure land".2
'Hypothesized'? If the boddhisatvas aren't even certain of it themselves, why would they exert so much effort to attract people to the 'pure land'?
I know that this is for the purpose of maintaining the pretense of official Foundation documentation, but then that defeats the purpose of Trip editing the document in the first place to explain what the UMIBOZU actually are. Plus, I already know from the opening RAISA warning that the stuff in blue is vandalized text, so the pretense doesn't work for me.