Born of Fire: The Omen

Born of Fire: The Omen

by Christopher W. Upham-Hill


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Sudden cataclysmic events beset a halcyon nation called the Sabiluto, who live in Nova Afrika of the third millennium. Distraught at the supernatural events, they seek direction from their diviners and spiritualists, one of which is the Queen of the Night, Hosiyosiku. She evokes the spirit being Venga, who eventually overpowers them with his army and establishes himself as their ruler. In desperation, the Sabiluto turn to the spirit world for guidance. They are told of a diviner called Chetemoto, who lives in the high and almost impenetrable Tabezulu Mountains. The Sabiluto send a search party to contact Chetemoto, who they eventually find after a dramatic journey and encounters with people and circumstances they could never have imagined. Chetemoto delivers The Omen that a savior would be sent. He would be called Zalomlilo - the one Born of Fire.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781641820752
Publisher: austin macauley publishers llc
Publication date: 10/31/2018
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Born in former Rhodesia, the author spent almost fifty years in Southern Africa before immigrating to Perth, Western Australia in 1986 with his family. He has a BA in Art Practices and Communications, a Masters in Visual Communications (Magna Cum Laude) and a Diploma of Architecture. Work experience has been varied as a consultant in visual and design communications, as an industrial artist and designer and building designer (MSIAD: Rhodesia/UK; MSDSA: South Africa; MDIA: Australia; MBDA: Western Australia). He also spent over twenty years' service in part-time military and police service, mainly in training and public relations and several years in African affairs.

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