The Mystic Rose and the magic of the Empty Chair
Osho Comics & Cartoons
by Devakrishna Marco Giollo
About the Book
Like a quasar a magic empty chair appears out of nothingness to spread the eternal message and awakening many..... A federation of priests and politicians, the Thallium Agency Unlimited, tries to prevent contact without much success...
A bunch of ancient gods being persecuted by all religions down the ages because of their life affirmation and celebration hide in the very caves of the Vatican and discover another hidden room full of ancient beautiful statues that magically come alive by their presence and a big full pumping techno party is going on right now ...... but the thallium club is not happy and takes the earth closer and closer to global suicide....
So our heroes, after finding a mysterious map describing the existence of a master that knows all the secrets, are deciding to build the Nunsense Ark to save them and to find this mysterious place....After many adventures, after the meeting of a Sufi mystic Sardar Gurudayal Sing and a ferocious Zen master, Niskriya Stone Head, finally they GET found by the place, The CLUB MEDITATION, the last resort.
Devakrishna Giollo Marco was born in Bellinzona, Ticino, Switzerland in 1953. In 1970 he studied at the Architect School STS of Trevano. He then joined in 1971 in Lugano the School of Art CSIA, where he got trained with some of the best contemporary artists and teachers. 1973 he won the second prize for sculpture at the Villa Saroli Exhibition, followed by the Bariffi Prize for his 3.15 m. sculpture, exhibited at the Congress House of Lugano. Marco travelled all over the world, from Oregon to California, from New York to Sydney and from Singapore to Hong Kong, exhibiting a variety of new styles of work in many countries. In 2000 he returned to Europe. He now lives in Switzerland, works in his ateliers in Switzerland. In 2003 and 2004 he won the second price of the Landfall Art Center recycling art competition in Alberoni, Lido di Venezia in Italy. In 1998 he created this comic book in dedication to Osho.