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Sukyo Mahikari Collection : copies of articles from Sukyo Mahikari publications
Bib ID 5742710
Format BookBook
Access Conditions Restricted access. Restricted to bone fide enquirers. 
Description [1995 - 2002] 
1 box of miscellaneous pieces. 
Series

Sukyo Mahikari Collection.

Notes

Most material is photocopies of articles from Mahikari Australia-Oceania and Asia journal (MAAJ) published by Sukyo Mahikari Australia; also extracts from Mahikari - thank God for the answers at last by A.K. Tebecis.

Title devised by cataloguer.

Subjects Sūkyō Mahikari (Religious organization) -- Doctrines.  |  Sukyō Mahikari (Religious organization) -- History.  |  Sukyo Mahikari Australia.  |  Printed ephemera -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Religion.  |  Japan -- Religion.
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