Obara Sa

Obara Sa

Obara Sa is Odu # 115 of the Lordly Order of Ifá, It arises from the combination between the major signs Obara and Osa. This sign speaks that this person must make sacrifice to his father and to the Masquerades.

If his father is alive, he must ask Ifá what the Orí of his father accepts as a sacrifice, but if the father is dead, he must silently pray his intentions in a Goat and use it as a sacrifice to his father because the father of one is the Masquerade of one in heaven.

Other names for Obara Osa:

Obara Sa.

In the odu Obara Sa was born:

  • The pact of Agayú and Shango.
  • Egun Merilaye.
  • Make direct Agayú.
  • Here: He points out scandal and public discredit.
  • Send him to run.
  • It is the Ifá of persistence.
  • It marks tears, sadness, slander and embarrassment.
  • The person pretends to be dead to see the burial they do for him.

What does the sign of Ifa Obara Sa talk about?

  • You have to have Osanyin or Inshe-Osanyin.
  • Obara Sa is an Ifá of indecision.
  • The man mistreats the woman and she leaves.
  • The herbs of the Odu are: bomb fruit, croton, mugwort, Ceiba, guava, jagüey and carob.
  • Obara Sa talks about the sick child.
  • The diseases are: problems in the throat, esophagus, digestive system, traumatic brain problems, circulatory system and nervous system.
  • Work should be done on the aleyo and not Ebo.
  • Orúnmila is covered with white cloth and Eshu is given a deer and water is put on it.
  • The person has a dead back. (to do paralyzed).
  • You cannot eat hot food.
  • The secret is to put a casserole of water in the patio of the house forever.
  • When this Ifá Osobo comes, you have to do it standing still.
  • They strip the person of home and work.

Recommendations of the Obara Sa sign:

The secret of the Obara Sa sign to win the war, a pot of water is placed in the courtyard. That casserole always has to be with water.

Because of this Odu the person cannot be persistent, as long as he does it, everything will go from bad to worse. You should also beware of friends who lead a bad life, even if they appear to be of good manners and good behavior.

Obara Osa predicts that the person will have to do something in the Saint or in another religion and soon, because later it may be late. You also have to be careful where you visit, because an embarrassment can happen due to recklessness.

For the Awó: he has to do work for the aleyo and not Ebó.

Here the word of the person with sweetness and gentleness has its secret in the trap. He is suspicious and he tells what happens to him in his own way, but he does not tell the truth and you have to know how to catch him so that he does not laugh at the Awó who looks at him.

Oddun Obara Osa bans:

This Sign marks: tears, sadness, slander and embarrassment. The person pretends to be dead to see the burial they do for him.

He speaks a lot of spirit, of pledge. You have to have Osanyin or Inshe-Osanyin.

Here the person cannot get anyone in trouble because you can get in too. Here the person has no fixed sense of what he is doing or what he wants. It is an Ifá of indecision.

Here he lives with a trauma due to the abandonment to which he was subjected by his parents, relatives or by the head of his work.

This Ifa sign predicts that you can be injured in the street and you do not know who the aggressor was, it could be the work of a madman or an enemy.

You should also avoid participating where many people gather. You have to beware of scandal that could discredit you and that justice intervenes.

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Sayings of Obara Osa:

  • You are crazy or you play crazy.
  • Disgust with the sweet.
  • Out of stubbornness, I lost everything.
  • By traveling a lot, all my prosperity was lost.
  • When a slave escapes, the owner will look for him, when a child is lost, the parents will also look for him.
  • If I don't run, I won't be able to live.
  • Repeating the tune, prosperity came.
  • Obara-Osa's son does not run; Obara-Osa's son never dies; he is never sick; the
  • son of Obara Osa is never discredited.

Ethical code of Ifa del odu Obara Sa:

The Awó does not neglect so that his enemies do not manage to defeat him.

Description of Odu Obara Sa

Here he talks about theft, which will be one of his own house. There is also a relative who has skin problems, and in order for him to get well he must pay what he owes to Azojuano. Talk about a sick child.

Because of this Odu Obara sa the person gets up and does not sleep well at night, when he wakes up he does so with the desire to run.

Sleeping, he bounces on the bed. You have to treat your nerves.

This Ifá marks disease of the throat, esophagus, digestive system, nervous system and brain trauma.

You have to be careful when eating, do not injure your throat or esophagus and get sick from care.

You cannot eat very hot food so as not to injure those organs of the body.

When this Obara Osa appears in IGBODU, the person is told that he must continue with his profession, but that he must learn Ifa. You must resist the temptation to be traveling a lot outside of your home.

When this sign of Ifa appears in IGBODU, the person must immediately offer a sacrifice to the Night. You are warned that you should never have a servant. If her mother is alive she should be given a hen for her head. If she is dead, she must give her a chicken and a fish. In an ordinary registry, the person should give a rooster to the head and give another to Ogún.

In an ordinary registry, the person must make sacrifice with: a dove for health, a rooster for marriage, hutía and a hen that is beginning to be laid for the children, a goat to fill the house with prosperity, a ram for the development and a raft for longevity. To enjoy long life and prosperity.

Meaning of the sign Obara Osa (6-9):

You have to beg your head to refresh it.

Here the man usually mistreats the woman and she leaves him. For a woman she should be told to have her Ikofafun so that she has marital stability.

This Odu by Intori Ikú: marks death. Ebo must be done urgently.

This Odu Obara Osa predicts that they will make him leave where he lives or works and if he has an abandoned child, take care of him, lest he have to cry in the future and be ashamed of the life that he himself leads. You have to be searching the house and especially his bed, because they may be blowing bad dust on him.

Whoever gets this Odu, will be advised that: for seven days you have to be very careful to avoid problems.

Cleanse yourself with a white dove and release it on top of a hill.

Refresh the door of the house with Obatalá herbal omiero.

Says Ifa Obara Sa:

That you be careful with a scandal. They are discrediting you in everything. In his house there has been theft and the robbery is going to appear, because the thief is in the same house. In his house there is a person with busted feet, that person must pay a promise to Azojuano.

Also in the house there is a sick child who can die. You like to be persistent. You cannot hang out with people who have a bad life. Take care where you visit because a carelessness committed can cause you to suffer an embarrassment.

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Prayer of the Odu Obara Osa:


Ebbo from Obara Sa:

They put 9 dolls, 9 stones and 9 sticks of Oyá in a gourd, they are washed with Omiero on behalf of Oyá, asking him what they want to solve. Two carmelite hens are given to everything in the gourd along with Oyá. The 9 dolls, the 9 stones and the 9 sticks of Oyá go to the Ebó. A rooster will be taken to give it to the shadow of the person concerned or to Ogún (he wonders). The head of the rooster for the Ebó. Two doves will be given to the earth or Agayú, if the person has that Saint.

Herbs (Ewe) of the Odu Obara Osa:

Herb Agarro, mamey, Curujey.

Obara Sa Ifa Traditional


Òbàrà ò saca kùúkùú
Òbàrà ò saca kèékèé
A day fún Kànsièrè
Èyí tí ó fi gbogbo ara è bímo
Òun le báyìí?
Ni Kànsièrè bá mú eé kún eéta
Lo bá roko aláwo
Wón ní kó rbo
Kànsièrè làá pe àgbébo adìe
Kànsièrè bá rubo
Ó rbo tán ló ba bèrè sií bímo
Ní or how léyìn I yoo I
láyé ye é
N ní wá n jó n ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo è n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Òbàrà ò saca kùúkùú
Òbàrà ò saca kèékèé
A day fún Kànsièrè
Èyí tí ó fi gbogbo ara è bímo
Tá ló báwónyí beere?
Ló bímo báwònyí beer

Ifá wishes for this person the good fortune of children. He will have so many children once he makes the child sacrifice. All good things will come to him. He must also take care of his children.

Òbàrà ò saca kùúkùú
Òbàrà ò saca kèékèé
They made divination for Kànsièrè
The one who would raise her children with her whole body
She was upset due to her lack of children
Kànsièrè with two to three snails
He went to the house of his Babaláwos
They advised him to offer sacrifice
Kànsièrè is an alias for the mature hen
Kànsièrè made the sacrifice
At the end of making the sacrifice, she began to have children
All her children followed her
Life pleased her
She began to dance and rejoice
She praised her Babaláwos
Their Babaláwos praised Ifá
She said it was exactly as her Babaláwos had said
Òbàrà ò saca kùúkùú
Òbàrà ò saca kèékèé
They made divination for Kànsièrè
The one who would raise her children with her whole body
Who would have so many children?
She is the one who had many children

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Patakie of the sign Obara Sa:

Divination was made for ORUNMILA so that he would be victorious in the war.


That was the name of the Awó, with a heart as strong as that of the buffalo, who made divination for Orúnmila, when he embarked for a war in which he would be victorious. He was told to sacrifice with a goat, a rabbit, and corojo butter, and he did. Then he left for the war front with the other one hundred and ninety-nine divinities. Ifá warned Orúnmila not to go out with the others but to send them first to precede him.
When the rest reached the war front, they fought hard under Ogun's command, each of them capturing four hundred prisoners. When they came back, Eshu warned Orúnmila to meet them on the way. Orúnmila met Ogún first and congratulated him saying that he had played his role well in the war and also put red Aluko feathers on his head to adorn him and mark his victory. In recognition Ogun gave him a hundred prisoners of war. After he met Orisha-Nla and congratulated him by decorating his head with two parrot feathers, he in response gave him a hundred prisoners of war. He also met Olokun, who after being congratulated and decorated gave him a hundred prisoners of war. When he met Olofin he gave him Iyere Okin, the feathers of the King of Birds, which the King used to decorate his crown. In gratitude Olofin gave him two hundred prisoners of war. and thus he became the greatest beneficiary of the war without having participated physically in it.

Eshu of the sign Obara Osa:


This Eshu Elegua lives next to Shango.
It is a cedar doll, whose head is drilled up to the chest, where it will be carried.
This doll will be washed with Omiero de Ifá, then two quail will be fed together with Shango. The heads, the heart and the legs, are made dust (Iyé) for the load. The load carries: jobo root, 1 eaten Ikín, 3 snails, 3 dilogunes, 3 azabaches, eru, obi, kolá, osun naború, heads of the animals that SHANGO eats, other fundamental ingredients or Eshu base load.

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