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michael agerskovの例文

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  • Michael Agerskov died in 1933, but Johanne continued to answer letters and to publish up until 1938, in collaboration with their daughter.
  • One of Malling-Hansen's daughters, Johanne Agerskov, together with her husband, Michael Agerskov, in 1920 published a religious, ethical and philosophical book, called " Toward the Light ".
  • After many requests, Michael Agerskov in 1922 wrote the story about the extraordinary events that had led to the publishing of " Toward the Light " in the book, " Some Psychic Experiences ".
  • In 1928 Michael Agerskov had a serious attack of influenza, and as a repercussion of the illness he developed a serious condition of increasing paralysis of the muscles, and he had to end his work as a teacher.
  • Even though the story of " Toward the Light " had started with Johanne and Michael Agerskov's interest in spiritism, they appealed to all spiritists to stop their activities and not to call upon their dead ancestors'spirits any more.
  • In the first decade of the last century Michael Agerskov became interested in spiritistic phenomena, and participated in spiritistic s閍nces together with his wife, and he also produced several poems by the means of what was called automatic writing, the hand writing down the thoughts of a discarnated spirit.
  • In 1922 Michael Agerskov wrote the story about the events that had led to the creation of the " three fruits " in his book, " Some Psychic Experiences " . " Toward the Light " has been translated into several languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Swedish and Norwegian.
  • Michael Agerskov was the publisher of all the books, along with his work as a teacher, censor and author of his own literary works . " Toward the Light " was distributed to all the bishops and to 60 ministers of the Danish church, and the Agerskovs'hope and intention was the Danish church to go through a reformation on the basis of the information given in " Toward the Light " with the participation of the bishops and the ministers.