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Mahikari
真光
Bib ID 5695527
Format JournalJournal
Description Tōkyō : Yōkō Bunmei Kenkyūkai 
東京 : 陽光文明研究会 
v. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Sukyo Mahikari Collection.

Notes

Description based on: Vol. 16, no. 6 =no. 189 (June 1978) ; title from cover.

Latest issue consulted: Vol. 16, no. 7 =no. 190 (July 1978).

Life Dates Ceased with Vol. 35, no. 12=no. 423 (Dec. 1997) 
Later Title

Sūkyō Mahikari

崇教真光

Frequency Monthly 
Subjects Cults -- Japan -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Sekai Mahikari Bunmei Kyōdan  |  Sūkyō Mahikari (Religious organization)
世界真光文明教団  |  崇教真光 (Religious organization)

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