Irete obara

Irete obara

Money does not remain silent in any pocket, nor does the one who did harm in this life remain unpunished. Odu Irete Obara.

Other names for Irete Obara:

  • Go Obara.
  • Go Bara.
  • Go Oba.
  • Go Obabiye.

In the odu Irete Bara was born:

  • That OYA bewitched SHANGO and dislocated his brain.
  • OBATALA's war with the rabbit SAMBA.
  • That the money of this Ifá el Awó should not put it in his pocket.
  • The Omo of OYA, the great shadow of IRETE OBA.
  • Speak Syphilis.
  • The person has dislocated nerves.
  • The person must move.
  • BABALUAYE made DADA, sister of SHANGO, adopted daughter of AGAYU, sick.
  • BABALUAYE was losing his speech.

Irete Obara points out:

  • Explain why in DASOYI Ifases, the pot is pushed with the forehead.
  • OBATALA's sons were cow herders.
  • This is the Jackal speaking.
  • OBATALA eats rabbit to save her children.
  • The secret is that OBORI ELEDA with nerves of a bull, one of YEMAYA's.
  • OBATALA made her sick and YEMAYA cured her.
  • Men and women did not beget.
  • SHANGO comes from BABALUAYE and vice versa.
  • The bird and the savannah speak.
  • The Eweses are: Ewé fa, bejuco garañon, pendejera, cayeput.

What is the Irete Obara sign talking about?

OSHUN's daughter became queen after being poor.

Ifá orders to go out to the street to look for luck.

Talk about syphilis, baldness, wearing wigs, the jackal.

Talk about sexual debauchery and that it can cause great moral and physical damage

The Odu talks about the lesbian woman who haunts him and creates disturbances in his personal life.

You can read: Ifa Obara Kete sign

Description of the odu Irete Obara:

It is Odu # 218 of the Lordly Order of Ifá.

The person has his organs dislocated and he has to bear the nerves of a bull.

OYA bewitched the buffalo and it turned out to be SHANGO and his brain was dislocated.

The Odu speaks of the use of medicine to control difficulties.

Take care of the opposite or opposite man and I threw them.

IRETE OBARA brings many benefits to the life of Ifá.




EBO by: ARUN: Akukó, by IKU: 2 pullets, by AYE: 5 eyelé.

If this letter speaks of ARUN, if it is a man it is impotent and if it is a woman it has derangements in its customs.

Ifá of chacalismo, abuse, of throwing it away from everywhere.

BABALUAYE was a rich but perverse and corrupt merchant or businessman.

The Odu talks about the lesbian woman who haunts him and creates disturbances in his personal life.

An effeminate man can make her fall in love.

Beware of parasites in the anus.

He gets sick with his legs, syphilis, loss of speech, impotence, and a dislocated brain.

Ifá ensures victory over its enemies.

Avoid sexual debauchery so that it is not destroyed physically and morally.

Talk about baldness and wearing wigs.

Sayings of Irete Obara:

  • Go out into the street and look for your luck.
  • Intelligent but with a lot of tragedy in his land.
  • Search for happiness in another land.
  • No one is further from the King's rules and loses to ORULA
  • No matter how much he does, he does not lift his head if he does not move.
  • Money does not remain silent in any pocket, nor does the one who did harm in this life remain unpunished. 

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Irete Bara:

The Awó does not treat his Obini badly because he is late.

You can read: Treaty of the Odu Irete Meyi

Says Ifa odu Irete Bara

He must go to the field of travel for luck to come to him. She is pregnant and that child is not her husband's. Be careful with the candle, it can burn. Look at your dreams. You are going to be head or head of employment. Do not treat your wife badly, do not embarrass her because she is your luck. An enemy has cursed you, do EBO. Good luck comes to him for a daughter of YEMAYA. An Arayé has threatened to burn down his house and his children. Everything he projects is envied and thwarted. Move in if you want to prosper. Luck comes to him. You have debts with ELEGBA. Be careful if something falls on him.

Prayer of the Odu Irete Obara:

Irete Obabiye Telewele Awo Ablode Adifafun Osha Okuni Nina Tinlosile Kiya Tiolo Bimu Were Were. Iyenko Olembe Ora Eñila Oma Adifafun Ashorun Akoko Umbatolo Rogun Dodo, Ounko Lebo Ibi Ambere Niado Yugo Adifafun Akorima Bati Afo Aro Oma Asheri Adie Lebo, Intori Arun, Intori Iku.

Irete Bara's Ebbo:

Work with EJORO (Rabbit) to OBATALA (To save her children):

You need 2 white rabbits, 2 eyelé fun fun, akukó, osiadié dun dun, efún, orí, otí, omí, a victor's doodle, 4 candles, ewé atiponlá, cotton, prodigiosa and estonadoti.
An OBATALA OSUN is painted on the ground and on this OBATALA is placed inside an Igba that has the following athena painted: OSHE TURA, IWORI OBARA and OTURA SHE. On one side a plate with the athena and 4 pieces of obi with epoxy and tie is placed, and in front of this, white, red, blue and yellow are painted in circles, and there is placed OKE. Against this, the winner scribble is put. Obi in the corner is given to Eshu ELEGBA, sacrificing the osiadié and the akukó. Obi is given to OBATALA. The two white rabbits are washed with the Omiero of the indicated Eweses. The rabbits are stunned with a hit of the winning squiggle. The last drops are added to the plate and over OBATALA, with the following suyere:

Ejoro Igbo Ejoro Oju Okun Aje Obatala Ejoro Malukua

Later, the eyelé and obi are given, to see how they received everything. The Ejoro are stripped off and roasted to OBATALA. The iñales of these and the eyelé are eaten sitting in front of OBATALA. The iñales of the eyelé are put on OBATALA.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Otura Niko

Pataki of the Irete Obara sign:

AGAYU kicked BABALUAYE (DA SUYI) out of his house.

There was a time when San Lázaro DA SOYI was going through a lot of work and in these conditions he went out on the road and met AGAYU, who felt sorry for him and gave him shelter in his house. DA SOYI felt very good, thanks to the care that AGAYU gave him.

AGAYU had a daughter, who devoted great care to DA SOYI's care. And he, in this circumstance, despite being a sick and corrupt old man, fell in love with that pretty girl, harming her and transmitting all her illnesses. The girl was left in a state, inoculated with syphilis and her body began to fill with spots. As her hair was falling out, she began to wear horse hair ties to cover her baldness. AGAYU realizes the situation his daughter was experiencing and immediately called DA SOYI, rebuked him and threw him out of his house. DA SOYI left with his pot and began to make a pilgrimage from one land to another.

Note: This explains why in DA SOYI's Ifases, the latter's casserole is pushed with the forehead to the mat where ORUNMILA awaits it. This operation is carried out by the sons of this Saint. In this Ifá, the person likes to wear wigs or will eventually have to wear them due to baldness.

Irete Obara Ifa Traditional


Ká tè é bàrà bàrà
Ká mú ojú kuó nbè
A day fún Àwòdì òkè
Níjó tí n lo rèé re ìyé
Àwòdì ló lo aso kan lò or lò or
Ngbà or fé step dà
Wón ò bá rí Àwòdì òkè mó
Wón ní Àwòdì mò ti sán lo ò!
Wón ò mò pé kò sán lo
Won ò mò pé eyé lòó pa ìyé dà ni
Ngbà Àwòdì give òhún
Ó re gbogbo ìyée tèsín
Ó re gbogbo è dàálè
Ó bá mú ìyé tuntún dé
Àwódì òké padà ilé
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
Ká tè é bàrà bàrà
Ká mú ojú kuó nbè
A day fún Àwòdì òkè
Níjó tí n lo rèé re ìyé
Ebo n won ni or se
ó gbébo nbè
Ó rubo
Àwódì òkè rèé reyé
Wón léye okó yes lo ni
Eye oko ò mòmò yes lo mó ò
Eye n padàá bò wá inú ilé.

Ifá advises this person to offer sacrifice. People are hatching bad plans against him. He should not worry
because your fortune is coming. The bad wishes that they have wished you will be beneficial for the person. They do not want him to return from a trip. But he will go and come back fine.

Ká tè é bàrà bàrà
Ká mú ojú kuó nbè
They were the ones who made divination for the Falcon
The day he was going to shed his feathers
This is the Falcon who has worn and used his clothes
He however went to change her
They then noticed his absence
'He was lost without leaving any trace' they said
They never knew that he wasn't lost
They never knew that he just went to move
When the Falcon reached the place where he was going to move
He took off last year's feathers
And I let them fall to the ground
Then he took the new feathers
And set off back home
He started dancing and he was happy
He was praising his Babaláwos
And their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had said
Ká tè é bàrà bàrà
Ká mú ojú kuó nbè
They were the ones who made divination for the Falcon
The day he was going to shed his feathers
He was advised to offer the sacrifice
He heard about the sacrifice and he did
The Falcon had actually gone to remove his feathers
They thought he was lost without a trace
The farm bird is not lost
He will return home.

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