3 verses and a Patakie of the sign Ogbe Yekun

The Ifa signs through stories, prayers, verses and patakies help us to understand the problems that we may have. We bring some of the Ifa verses and eses of the Ogbe Yekun Sign.

Verse Ogbe Yekun

Ogbe yeku ni baba amulu

Aye ni baba teniteni

Babalawo Orí told it fun Orí

Orí nbe lohun nikan soso

Ebo won ni ose

Osi gbebo nbe orubo

Oju se keke oju mOríduro

Keke Orí manman ndi eleni

Imu se keke imu mOríduro

Keke Orí manman ndi eleni

Gbogbo ara se keke gbogbo ara mOríduro

Keke Orí manman ndi eleni

Ebo eyele


You can read: All about him sign of Ifa Ogbe Yekun


Meaning of this Ifa verse:

Ogbeyeku, the father of all minor signs

Wealth the greatest of all

The priests of Orí, made divination for Orí

Orí was alone

They instructed him to make sacrifice

He understood, and he did

The eyes came suddenly to stay with Orí

Suddenly people came to Orí

The nose came, suddenly to stay with Orí

Suddenly people came to Orí

All parts of the body came to stay with Orí

Suddenly people came to Orí.

Ifá says that the person is alone. Must do Ebó

for people to come.

Ifá says that people will gather to serve him.

Luck of many people for the benefit of the person

Ebó: dove

Another That of Oddun Ogbe Yeku

Ogbe Oyekun ni baba amulu

Orí logbo la to ni baba Edan

AdIfá fun Orísanla Oseremogbo

Omo are Igbin poman were ni tOrí omo

Ebo won ni ose

Osi gbebo nbe orubo

Keepe

Keefina

Ebanini jebutu omo

Ebo eware, igbin.

Traducción:

Ogbe Oyekun the father of all minor signs

Longevity, in good health Edan's father

The big door, Babalawo who knocks on the door when he gets up

They made divination for Agbodiwaran

When I was sick and couldn't get up

They told him to make sacrifice

He understood, he made sacrifice

He immediately made the sacrifice

He didn't wait to make the sacrifice

Come see me in good health

Ebo, goat

Ifá says that there is a sick person

Ifá says to make sacrifice so that the person gets better

Another verse:

Ogbe-yekun ni baba amulu

Orí logbo la to ni baba Edan

AdIfá fun Orísanla Oseremogbo

Omo are Igbin poman were ni tOrí omo

Ebó won ni ose

Osi gbebo nbe orubo

Keepe

Keefina

Ebanini jebutu omo

Ebo eware, igbin.

Ogbe Yekun the father of all minor signs

Longevity, in good health Edan's father

The big door, Babalawo who knocks on the door when he gets up

They made divination for Orísanla Oseremogbo

The one who minced the goat meat

Ifá says that there is a sick person

Ifá says to make sacrifice so that the person gets better.

Ogbe Yekun's Patakie: Oduduwa came down to Olofin's house on Earth.

When Oduduwa tried to move from heaven to earth, it was by divination of Ifa leaving the Odu Ogbe Yekun, his Babalawos recommended him to make sacrifice with: Two chivas, four Obi kolá in their shell, a white cloth, four doves, four white chickens.

But Oduduwa did not make the sacrifice and descended on earth. He reached Olofin's fourth house on earth. And when it rained, the water always came in and the sun came through the crevices at dawn. And he could not alleviate his hunger, nor be there.

Suddenly one moment after another he vanished and returned to heaven before his Babalawos. They asked him for authorization to make the sacrifice that he had determined in his first divination but they told him that now the sacrifice would be double. Oduduwa accepted and made the sacrifice.

After the sacrifice he returned to earth and I am again in a house in Olofin. And at that time the land was arid, the rain stopped falling, pregnant women did not give birth and the fruits in the fields did not ripen. Faced with these misfortunes, Olofin apparently sent for an OLUWO named Ogulenu. Olofin consulted himself and the sign Ogbe Yeku came out.

After having found this sign, Ogulenu asked Olofin: Who is the stranger who entered your house, and quickly, is installed at will? The one who is inhabiting the house is Oduduwa. Afterwards Ogulenu told Olofin: it is necessary for me to get two cows, many white cloths, and a basket of snails (Igbin).

To give them to Oduduwa in his honor so that there may be prosperity on earth.

An assembly was held in the city, and the sacrifice was offered to them before Oduduwa.

Once the objects were offered, it began to rain, the women gave birth and the fruits ripened. And tranquility and peace reigned in the city. This is where Oduduwa took the name «La mo no du vi do Akpo me»Animals and men must not eat Obi kolá. It is forbidden for them by Oduduwa.

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