Obara Ogunda

Obara Ogunda - Obara Kuna

Obara Ogunda or Obara Kuña is the Ifa sign # 114 of the Lordly Order of Ifá. orunmila advises this person to offer sacrifice before the moment they tell him that he has to go with some people somewhere, to avoid having problems along the way. He should place a branch in the shape of a “V” around his neck while the sacrifice is being made and the branch should be placed on top of the sacrifice after the fold has been offered.

The Orí of this person will not allow him to die in a bad way.

Other names for Obara Ogunda:

  • Obara Guna.
  • Obara Gunda.
  • Obara Kuna.

In the odu Obara Ogunda is born:

  • Eja Kalagba. The guaicán fish or fish sticks.
  • The carnal act between family-.
  • The power of the cat's eyes.
  • May Ogue live within Shango.
  • That effeminates pretend to be men.
  • Here: Talk about surgical operations.
  • Of the person who is left homeless.
  • It speaks of the woman persecuted by the husband to kill her.

What is the Obara Ogunda sign talking about?

  • You can live carnally with a sibling.
  • Shango is given a white rooster at the door of the house.
  • It talks about the swan that goes through the mud and does not get muddy.
  • OYA lived enslaved to Ogún.
  • The membranes of the human body speak.
  • You have to make yourself necessary in life to succeed.
  • The Odu herbs are: Pumpkin, yam, peony, water flower, marilope, maroon vine and almond.
  • The diseases are: Tumors or cysts (inside or outside), stomach problems
  • (ulcer, gastritis)
  • It is where Ogue one is older and the other is younger.
  • The person has many enemies and they do not consider it.
  • You have to do Ebó so as not to get lost.
  • They kill the person for stealing women.

You can read: Ifa Ogunda Bara sign

Recommendations of the Obara Kuña sign:

Here the person falls asleep in a place and works with him / her with a witch's pot, his / her spouse or a lover or loved one he / she had.

This Ifá the insect was born. You live carnally with a blood brother or sister. Here you live with a complex of not having married. He has a brother who loves him very much. It has been deceived. If the person had married, they had two children. Here you have one member or one side of the body thicker than the other.

Because of this sign of Ifá you cannot raise the children of your siblings. He has to do Works at the foot of Obatalá and Shango. You will always have traps along the way. If she is a woman, she does not like her husband and offends him.

This Ifá speaks of the swan that goes through the mud and does not get muddy.

This Odu Obara Guña speaks directly to the membranes of the human body. OGUE also speaks, which is loneliness and that lives in the world of silence. Works are done with the dew of the night.

For this Ifá you have to make yourself necessary in life to succeed.

When this Odu Osobo is seen in a record: Ebo cannot be made with Parrot feathers, only when it is Iré.

Obara Ogunda bans:

This is where OGUE: One is older and the other is younger and they live within SHANGO and also live in the house of OSANYIN who was the one who gave them power.

This Odu is Kaferefun: Yemaya and Oduduwa.

Here was born Ejá Kalagba (the guaicán fish or stick fish), which has the power in its head, detects the pots and never falls into them.

It is used for Inshe-Osanyin or guards to free yourself from traps and to be glued to the desired position.

For this Odu for stomach problems is taken; cooking of marilope, mangrove, old grass.

Here doubt is born, and it is where effeminates pretend to be men.

In the sign of Ifá Obara Ogunda, the person has to take care of their feet, like trying not to mess with married women.

This Odu is about a person who from January to January is working and is always in bad shape, the cause is a dead person who takes everything he earns. There are upheavals on his way through a woman.

Sayings of Obara Ogunda:

  • He who does not want broth, three cups.
  • The one who has it inside, is the one who wiggles.
  • He who does not do it first, searches and searches again.
  • From January to January I am working and I am always bad.
  • We look ahead and see no one, we look back and see no one.
  • Ifosi (seeds) noise does not hammer eleti (leaves).

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Obara Ogunda:

The Awó is necessary to be able to triumph.

You can read: Treaty of the Odu Ogbe Di

Description of Odu Obara Ogunda

The Odu OBARA OGUNDA, talks about repairing one's reputation to ensure success. The person's businesses are languishing, a spiritual action will improve them.

This is a mooring Ifá. The person does not live in love with his spouse, but cannot leave because he is tied up. Here Oyá lived enslaved by Ogún.

This Ifá talks about delicate surgical operations on the head, tumor, cysts, which can come out inside or outside.

Obara Kuña (6-3) speaks: Of a person who is left without a home. As a woman, the husband pursues her to kill her because she left with another man.

Because of this Ifa Sign, the person has three tragedies in his life: With justice for his wrongdoing, with the family that hates him and with him himself, because he is not satisfied with what he has.

Says Ifa Obara Ogunda:

In an ordinary register the person must serve Eshu with a goat, including the bone of a
crocodile and a red feather from an Agbe to survive the diabolical machinations of his enemies.

If Obara Ogunda appears to a man, he is told that a woman comes to marry him and as soon as she arrives, an Awó must prepare some leaves for her to bathe, because she is the wife of Orúnmila (Apetebi). If she does not have Ikofafun she must receive it. Meanwhile he must sacrifice with a goat and a hen.

When this Odu appears in an ordinary record, the person must surrender his problems to Ifá and everything that is said to him by Orúnmila will be truly manifested.

When this Odu (Obara Kuña) appears in IGBODU, the person must refrain from touching the ground with his head for another divinity other than Orúnmila.

The person must take care of himself for as long as he can abandon his Ifa and convert to Christianity.

If he throws off his Ifá, he will be forced to rehabilitate it because he will find himself between the Devil and the depths of the sea.

This Odu marks oath in Orun.

For this sign you have to give two white doves to the person's head in a dark room.

In this Ifá, if the person is the daughter of Ogue, it is loneliness and living in the sound of silence

Prayer of the Odu Obara Kuña:


Ebo by Obara Ogunda:

Work of Obara Guña to achieve what you want.

The animal that takes, parrot feather, a small jar with toasted corn, another with smoked hutía, and the third with: fish, coconut, corojo butter, honey, brandy. The jars are placed under the head of the bed of the person concerned, so that they pray to him every day. In addition, Oshún is given a pumpkin and after five days it is taken to the river.

Herbs (Ewe) of the Odu Obara Ogunda (6-3):

Yagruma, atiponl, wonder, pica pica.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Ogunda La Masa

Pataki of the sign Obara Kuña (Ogunda):

Divination was made for Deyi, the rancher.

OBARA OGUNDA was asked to take care of Deyi, the rancher, when he was very ill.

When he arrived at Deyi's house, it was too late to make divination. However, he promised to make divination the next morning. The town was mainly inhabited by women.

Late at night, the village witch cult sent some witches to visit him. When asked what he had come to do, he explained that he had to find out what Deyi did to get sick in this way and that his illness does not respond to treatment. The witches told OBARA OGUNDA that the man was ill because of his stinginess. They informed him that despite having made large profits in his livestock business, he did not consider it necessary to make any sacrifices. They warned him that if he wanted Deyi to get well, he had to sacrifice at night with two birds and two of each of the animals.

Later in the morning, when OBARA OGUNDA made divination, he told Deyi that the only thing he would get well was if he sacrificed two of each of the different birds and animals. He kindly refused to make the sacrifice. OBARA GUÑA angrily returned home without doing anything else for Deyi.

Afterwards, Deyi got well, and went back to her business. The day before he returned from the market and all his birds and animals went into his room, gathered their clothes and ran into the forest. As they left, they began to sing:


When Deyi returned to find out what had happened, she quickly sent for OBARA OGUNDA. He finally made the sacrifice and saved his life but he had already lost his livestock.

Obara Ogunda Ifa Traditional


Òbàrà ègún tán
Orí ìsín saint Ìsín
Orí eja won a moo san eja
Orí Òkàsà to sì mo san Òkàsà lódò
A day fún Olóbàrà
Tí tí n se gbogbo è tí ò gún
Nnkan òun le gin báyìí?
Wón ní kó rbo
Wón ní Oríi rè ó ba se é
Ó rubo
Ó bá bo oríi re
Ó borí tan
here give
Ayé bá ye é
A naà?
Àsé Orí or san òun báyìí?
N ní wá n jó ní wá n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Òbàrà ègún tán
Orí ìsín saint Ìsín
Orí eja won a moo san eja
Orí Òkàsà to sì mo san Òkàsà lódò
A day fún Olóbàrà
Tí tí n se gbogbo è tí ò gún
Tètè gún or
Olóbàrà tètè gún or
Olóbàrà tètè gún or kí n lájé
Tètè gún or
Kí n laya
Kí n bímo
ki n kole
Olóbàrà tètè gún or
Tètè gún kí n rayè kí n nire gbogbo.

Ifá wants this person to be well. His ori will be with him and he will achieve peace of mind. Ifá exhorts him to offer sacrifice. To make your things better, that is why you are consulting. Ifá says that he will help him and his Orí will do it for him. He should be advised to ask what his Orí accepts from him. To be a mature goat; or fish, whatever the person wants, his Orí will give it to him.

Òbàrà ègún tán
The Orí de Ìsín will benefit Ìsín
The Orí of Eja will benefit Eja
The Orí de Òkàsà will benefit Òkàsà in the waters
They made divination for Olóbàrà
Who with his hands tried to do many things without being successful
"How can you improve my things?"
He was advised to offer sacrifice
They told him that his Orí will help him
He made the sacrifice
And offered sacrifices to his Orí
After the sacrifice
Wealth came to him
Life pleased him
And surprised he exclaimed "I"
"Does one's Orí help one enough?"
He began to dance and rejoice
He praised his Babaláwos
Their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had said
Òbàrà ègún tán
The Orí de Ìsín will benefit Ìsín
The Orí of Eja will benefit Eja
The Orí de Òkàsà will benefit Òkàsà in the waters
They made divination for Olóbàrà
Who with his hands tried to do many things without being successful
Be well organized
Olóbàrà is well organized
Olóbàrà is well organized makes me have Wealth
Be well organized
Makes me have wives
Olóbàrà is well organized
Being well organized gives me room for all the good things in life.

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