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|Twister Child: Omo Iya Osun Meets Helena Suka by Orikinla(m): 12:33am On Aug 06, 2007|
Twister Child: Omo Iya Osun Meets Helena Suka
In her search for the missing head of Boy Adam, Omo Iya Osun travels over 90 years back in time, and meets Helena Suka, (who was Susanne Wenger} as a gipsy girl and Helena is a ventriloquist who has a Skye Terrier, she calls Shyngles and her rag doll Molina.
She also travels by a whirlwind that was sent to her on her 12th birthday.
For you to understand the fantastic and romantic metaphysics of Twister Child featuring the enchanted Omo Iya Osun spirit child who travels with the whirlwind, Iya Osun Oshogbo, the white priestess and when she was a gipsy girl Helena Suka, please read the following biographical profile of Susanne Wenger.
Susanne Wenger - artist, priestess, philosopher ,
Susanne Wenger was born in during the First World War in 1915 in the town of Graz, Austria. She studied art in Graz and Vienna where she was part of the famous Vienna "Art-Club". After the Second World War she travelled to Italy and then spent some time in Switzerland where she had exhibitions together with the most famous artists at the time in the gallery "Des Eaux Vives" in Zurich. In 1949 Susanne Wenger went to Paris, where she met Ulli Beier, a German linguist who accepted a posting in West Africa. They got married and in 1950 arrived in Nigeria. From Ibadan they moved to Ede where she "very quickly became part of their culture." This is where Susanne Wenger met Ajagemo, a powerful Obatala priest and her "guru" who initiated her to the traditional Yoruba religion - the world of the Orisha.
From a very early age, Susanne Wenger has been strongly attracted by nature and specifically by trees - in which she recognised "the images of sacredness". And it is in the Sacred Groves of Oshogbo where she has integrated her art into nature and where her art is now protecting nature.
|Re: Twister Child: Omo Iya Osun Meets Helena Suka by Orikinla(m): 12:55am On Aug 06, 2007|
Character development is very important in fiction. And creating memorable subjects is the key to success in Art and Literature.
Two children, black and white, are going to become one in the transcedental narrative of Twister Child.
The gipsy girl suits the fantastic character of Helena Suka. And she is an orphan.
Her grandmother takes care of her and when her grandmother dies during the plague of the red flu, Helena is saved by nuns. But she runs away after the death of the Mother Superior. She lives on the street, picking up the rag doll and stray dog along the way.
She talks to them since she has no one else to talk to and her supernatural powers begin to manifest until the whirlwind comes to carry her away on her 12th birthday.
Helena Suka and Omo Iya osun are going to look for the missing head of Boy Adam.
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