Okana Bara

Okana Bara - Okana Obara

What is born in the odu of Ifa Okana Bara?

  • That the rose shines for a day.
  • Make Ebo in the square to prosper.
  • The Tocoloro as a bird of the Odu.
  • That when OBATALA turns his back on him, there is no Saint who saves him more than ORUNMILA.
  • KANEPO: Saint of the earth Mina Popo.
  • The liberation of the slaves.
  • Where everyone's skills were tested.
  • That OBATALA was OLOFIN's goalkeeper.
  • In Okana Bara is born: That Tocoloro never comes to the city.
  • The betrayal of SHANGO by ELEGBARA and OSANYIN.

What is the Okana Bara sign talking about?

  • That the one who works God helps him.
  • The descent of the yam and the mud-cement of Heaven.
  • ORUNMILA went to the OBATALA plaza.
  • They did not want the King as a warmonger.
  • OBATALA acknowledges its mistake.
  • You have to receive ESHU LAROYE.
  • SHANGO cried for the betrayal of the people.
  •  Women fall in love with old men.
  • The person is Awó from the other world.
  • The person likes to raise their hand.
  • The king was a tyrant with the slaves.
  • The Carpenter and the Tocororo were arguing about a woman.
  • They declared war on the children of ORUNMILA.
  • Lightning strikes the house. The natural disaster.

The Okana Obara sign points out:

  • Death (Ikú) chases a talkative man.
  • ELEGBAR used to add the animals to the flowers to eat.
  • The Herbs are: Jiquí, yam, win war, cotton, moruro, ashen, daguilla and diame.
  • When the Awó is seen this Odu has to wash his head with what marks Ifá.
  • The mother, even after death, takes care of him.

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Recommendations of the Okana Obara sign:

Ifá Okana Obara, announces and anticipates the following;

That the respective eboses that hacerrúnmìlà advises should be done, so that by carrying them out, premature death can be avoided, that is, at a still relatively young age.

It is recommended for people with this sign of Ifa, to try not to live in regions or cities that are predicted by science as places with dangers of natural disasters, because in this odu the person's house could be subject to this type of situation .

Under the astral system of the oddun Okana Bara, the person could be part of the time under the pressure that the growth path in general (iré omó, in its most generalized sense) is relatively limited, that is, it is necessary to frequently make eboses destined to pave the way for everything concerning the necessary material growth.

People with this sign of Ifá in their Itefa (nó isefa), should always be very careful to be willing to smooth things over with their religious and family elders, as well as with children and minor or new godchildren in religion.

Under the mandate on this odu, you have to be very aware of avoiding conflicts of all kinds. Intelligence should be superior to the prevailing contractions in this odu that lead to conflicts, since this odu in its translation is aggressive by approximately 75%, while it is only expanded or viable by 25% more or less. However, if the person with this odu were Orisha-nla his Orisha, there is a possibility of better coping with the tunwa that he announces.

Under this Odu de Ifá (Okana Obara), at the time of «baptizing» or congratulating the person with the religious name, you should first ask Orúnmìlà if he was called wavesoni or olaogun, in honor or moforibale of two ancestralities that are related (according to Ifá) with the Odu in question.

In this odu of Ifá it is necessary to do frequent works for the well-being of health. Anticipating this type of problem, the interested party's ORI should be asked through Ifá, if it is highly convenient to become an Ifá priest in a relatively accelerated time.

There is a likelihood that the individual with this Odu, whether of isefa or even itefa, will sometimes refuse to do the Ebo that has been advised, or will postpone and postpone it again. That would be bad for your health and it would be something that would lead to the development of adversities already discussed in the previous paragraphs.

Under the imperative of this Odu de Ifá, the person's house must be protected through a strong inshé de sango, which must be advised by the aforementioned Orisha, listening to the additions also advised by únrúnmìlà as a summary of the inshé, so that the house is duly protected from thunder, lightning, electric shocks of all kinds, short circuits due to landslides, etc.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Okana Bara:

  • Don't underestimate the little one.
  • Luck and misfortune on the street has someone to take care of them.
  • He who lives by the sword will die by the sword.
  • The whim is the downfall.
  • He who works, God helps him.
  • The horse cannot find the way in the bush.
  • The rock has no place in the Sun.
  • The corn comes out together.

Odu Okana Obara Ifa Code of Ethics:

The Awó studies and prepares for life.

Says Ifa Okana Bara:

When Okana Bara appears in an ordinary record, the person is told to make sacrifice to avoid suffering at the hands of an enemy. The sacrifice must be made with a goat, white cloth, a club and candles for ESHU and a rabbit for the Night.

When this sign of Ifa appears in an ordinary record for a woman, she is warned that she must serve ESHU with a goat to avoid marrying a man who will always be beating her and will not be able to escape her clutches. If it is for a man, he will be advised that he must receive his own Ifá after having served ESHU with a goat to avoid the consequences of great ingratitude.

When this Ifá appear IGBODU, the person is warned that he should serve Ifá with a ram and two chickens, ESHU with a goat and water palm branches on his altar. After sacrificing the goat to ESHU, the person must cut the palm branches to leave the altar and thus mark their exit from Heaven.

The plant and leaves called Malekpo should be forbidden to him. In an ordinary search the person must offer a goat to ESHU out of envy in his workplace. A strong person is planning to kill you for your exemplary performance at work. You must resist the temptation to be boastful.

When this ODU appears in an ordinary record, the person will be told that they must perform these sacrifices to prevent them from being stripped of their children by the Cult of Witchcraft.

When the sign of Ifa Okana Bara appears in an ordinary record, the person is told that he must make sacrifice to avoid becoming a victim of malicious falsehood.

When Okana Obara appears in an ordinary record, the person will be told that there is no unity in his family. They must make sacrifice so that unity among them returns.

Prayer of the Odu Baba Okana Obara:


Ebbo of the Oddun Okana Obara:

Okana Obara artwork with Obatala

The key to this Odu is to give OBATALA two white doves.

For Awó:

Your head should be washed with what ORUNMILA indicates.

EBO: fifeshu rooster, a lot of yams, a jar with coins, roasted corn, hutía and smoked fish, a lot of money.

EBO: rooster, 2 white doves, earth, root of a fallen bush, two pieces of sticks, chain, trap, sweaty clothes, ritual cloth, hutía and smoked fish, a lot of money. This Ebó goes to the plaza and when he returns the two white doves are given to OBATALA or SHANGO, he wonders.

For the head.

Wear a two-colored hat. They wonder what the colors are.

Okana Bara's Ebbo to achieve the desired.

You must go to the mountain and enter with seven herbs and when you leave you will clean yourself (sarayeye) with a rooster and throw it back without looking.

To be able to have children.

Sacrifice must be made with: a rabbit, a chicken, and a cotton stick.

To avoid marrying an evil man.

A goat will be given to ESHU.

To health.

A ram and a lot of money must be sacrificed.

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Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Okana Bara

The Odu OKANA BARA talks about avoiding premature death and preventing natural disasters that destroy our home. This Odu indicates a very strong possibility of problems with children or parents.

Through this Odu to achieve what you want, you must enter the mountain with 7 herbs and when you leave you will clean yourself (sarayeye) with a rooster and throw it back without looking.

The temptation to be boastful must be resisted.

Here a strong person is planning to kill you for your exemplary performance at work.

Pumpkin and Melon are a favorite food regimen of humans.

Here Ola Ogún was haunted by premature death and natural disasters at his home. Beware of storms and lightning.

In this Odu you have to be careful with premature death. Death was also behind the chatterbox.

Here OLOFIN's wife was accused of being unfaithful and was the victim of a vicious falsehood.

OKANA BARA's work was ridiculed and ridiculed.

Here the mud or cement to build a house was trapped and crushed by humans. You have to be careful with humanity not wanting to do the same to you.

The yam was cut into pieces before being pounded into the pot, cooked over a fire, and ended up in the mouths of humans.

Here the sons of ORUNMILA are being worked in a chain by the enemies to keep them tied up.

Here SHANGO cried and ended up being a beggar. They also considered OBATALA as a dog.

Here the person must make sacrifice to avoid suffering at the hands of enemies. You must draw your own conclusions.

Here the person is left alone, his house can catch fire and be destroyed.

For a woman, it can end up with a man who does nothing but beat her and the man can suffer great ingratitude.

You can be the victim of a malicious and vicious falsehood.

It can fall into a lack of unity in the family.

Sacrifice must be made in order to have children and to avoid being robbed of them by witchcraft or something else.

Here ESHU ordered to destroy all the flowers in the gardens and all the edible plants.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Okana Obara:

Divination was made for Oro the wife of OLOFIN.

OLOFIN's favorite wife, named ORO, became the victim of a vicious falsehood. They told her husband that she was unfaithful to him, and OLOFIN believed the claim without giving her the opportunity to confirm or deny it. OLOFIN ordered that she be stripped naked and walked around the outskirts of the palace. She took refuge in ORUNMILA's house to seek divination.

He gave her clothes to dress and later went to OLOFIN to protest the way he had punished his favorite wife, without investigating the accusations against him.

ORUNMILA told OLOFIN that she was innocent and that she appealed to him to take her back. OLOFIN insisted on whether or not he was innocent, tradition said that if a naked woman was removed from the palace, she could not return to him. With this reply Okonron-Obara returned home.

In a later divination, ORO was told that he must sacrifice for a better life, with a goat for ESHU. Knowing that she did not have the money to make the sacrifice because she had been expelled from the palace empty-handed, ORUNMILA looked for all the materials for her to make the sacrifice. He made the sacrifice for her. While they were falling in love with each other and began to live as husband and wife.

A short time later, there was a catastrophe in the palace of OLOFIN, and all those who conspired against ORO, were forced to openly confess everything. The cataclysm reached such a degree that citizens began to say that OLOFIN was not accredited to apply the rules of the throne. Taking into account the negative events that were taking place, he invited ORUNMILA to assist him. Later in the divination, OLOFIN was told that he should serve ESHU with two goats, palm fruits and the instrument used in the cult of GOLD to declare the state of curfew. He told her that ESHU was upset by the severity of the punishment used against ORO for an accusation that was probably false and vicious. He also had to serve Ifá with a ram. ORUNMILA made the sacrifice after which all the problems surrounding OLOFIN as a result of the situation with ORO were completely compensated. At the same time, peace and quiet returned to the palace and the village.

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Okana Obara Ifa Traditional


Okàn bàbààbà Awo ilé Olóbà
A day fún Olóbà Abèdú
Omo a yín gínní gínní bomo lénu
Wón ní ó rbo
Olóbà Abèdú ni n bèèrè lówó Ifá
Pé òún rífà je bí?
Ayé òún dára báyìí?
Wón ni ayée rè ó daa
Wón ní yóó bìí omo lópòlopò
Enú àwon omo è or sì tómú
Nnkan è ò yes níí bajé
Olóbà Abèdú bá rubo
Omo ó nì mòmó mó
Ní bá n yín gínní gínní somo lénu
Ní wá n jó n ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Okàn bàbààbà Awo ilé Olóbà
A day fún Olóbà Abèdú
Omo a yín gínní gínní bomo lénu
Wón ní ó saca káalè ó jàre ebo ní ó se
Olóbà Abèdú gbébo nbè or rubo
Kín lOlóbà n je?
Ifá lOlóbà n je

Ifá wants this person to be well. Good things will come to him. He would have a good wife and the woman will give him many children.

Òkàn bàbààbà, the Babaláwo of the house of Olóbà,
He made divination for the Olóbà Abèdú
The son of 'a yín gínní gínní bomo lénu'
They advised him to make sacrifice
Olóbà Abèdú was asking Ifá
'How could I get gifts?
'Would my life improve?'
They said their life would get better
And that he would have many children
Your children will be successful in life
Your things wouldn't go bad
Olóbà Abèdú made the sacrifice
The children became many
He started cutting pieces of food in the babies' mouths then
He began to dance and rejoice
He was praising his Babaláwos
His Babaláwos were praising Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwo had said
Òkàn bàbààbà, the Babaláwo of the house of Olóbà,
He made divination for the Olóbà Abèdú
The son of 'a yín gínní gínní bomo lénu'
They advised him to take care of the land and make the sacrifice
Olóbà Abèdú heard about the sacrifice and performed it
What is the Olóbà enjoying?
Gifts is what Olóbà is enjoying

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