Maria Åkerblom (September 14, 1898 – February 25, 1981) was the leader of the Finnish Åkerblom Movement, an evangelical movement sometimes called a "cult". She had also served some time in prison. Her movement deemed her a prophet and began in the 1920s.
- helsinki: A Cultural and Literary History By Neil Kent, pg 104
- Recent research into revivalist movements in Finland by NG Holm in the "Scandinavian Journal of History"
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