Obara Iwori

obara iwori sign of ifa

Obara Iwori or Obara Wereko is the Ifa sign number 109 in the Hierarchical Order of Ifa. This person will build a house or building but must offer sacrifice to prevent it from being damaged. He must offer sacrifice for his children also to prevent them from having nightmares with their heavenly companions, he must sacrifice Èkuru funfun and serve them to the elderly and children. The children of this person will exist both on earth and in heaven.

Other names of the Odu Obara Iwori:

  • Obara Wo.
  • Obara Wereko.
  • Obara Susu.

What is born in the sign of Ifa Obara Iwori?

  • Born: Why human beings to be great in life have had to go through different stages.
  • The guinea pig. (Ifá of experiments).
  • You have a sixth sense. (Intuition).
  • Eshu-Elegba protects the person from birth.
  • Bad company can lead to destruction.
  • Osanyin and Oduduwa must be received.
  • The person product of vice, adversity, women, theft, etc. he departs from religion.
  • Talk about memory loss.
  • The sons of Yemaya they cannot beg the head of any child of this Odu, because they lose their memory.
  • The diseases are: circulatory problem, memory loss, nervous maladjustment,
    vaginal parasites, loss of sensory capacity for sight and hearing, thrombosis.
  • The rabbit was Obatala's enemy.
  • The sensory capacity of hearing and sight is lost and can give you a thrombosis.

You can read: Ifa Iwori bogbe sign

Recommendations of the Obara Iwori sign:

Here the head is ordered to be washed with Herb: soap. The omiero is prepared in a white basin and for three nights it is put in the serene so that it receives the beneficial influences of the Astros, in the morning it can only give it a single ray of Sun. After three days it washes its head with that water and does not dry out. This is to improve memory.

Here the person is dissatisfied and lives with a complex.

Through this Odu you have a sixth sense, which puts you safe in case of danger or traps from your enemies.

Here the greatness is obtained by seated Osha and receiving Orúnmila.

The person with this Odu is stubborn and does not listen to advice, he is disobedient and a friend to do his will

Eshu-Elegba protects him since he was born and it is at the command of Oduduwa.

From an early age the person begins to be bored and tired of living and only wants to glean to leave his parents' house.

Here bad company can lead to physical or moral destruction. Your enemies are envious and ill will because you are happier than they are.

Awó OBARA WEREKO has to receive Osanyin and Oduduwa.

Because of this Odu it is possible that the person was not raised in the warmth of their Parents, due to some circumstance of life.

Here, in order not to get lost, the person must abandon the path of evil or incessant, ceasing to be like that and give more importance to their things and problems.

The person due to adversity, vices, women, theft, etc. She lives apart from the Saint and Ifa and she is going to have to flee from justice to another land. If you are imprisoned, due to the rigors of jail, too much work, little food, little rest and little sleep, you will lose your memory.

Obara Wo bans:

The person by this Odu has no security in his affairs.

Here the person has a bad head and there are times when to go to get one thing, he grabs another and there he loses.

We must give thanks to Yemajá in this Odu.

When this Ifá appears in Igbodu, the person should be asked if he is one or one of four brothers. You must make sacrifices to avoid having problems after having children. Their brothers must be advised that they must have their own Ifa and their sisters that their husbands must have their own Ifa to have a long life. In ordinary registration, the person must be warned that if he is one or one of four brothers, he must persuade the others to make the same sacrifice as he / she. Each of them must serve Eshu Elegua with a goat, bread and ekó; Ogún is given a jicotea and a party is made with all of his family.

When this Ifá appears in Igbodu, it is likely that the person is a member of the IYAMI OSHOORONGA cult. You must immediately serve Las Brujas with a goat to avoid problems for your children and not to hold meetings of this cult in your home. When this Ifá appears in an ordinary record, the person is told that he must serve a rabbit to the Witches.

Sayings of the Odu Obara Iwori:

  • In the World no ambitions, what you do not deserve.
  • Greatness is only obtained if the Saint or Ifá is established.
  •  Insecurity kills.
  • To get to the top, I went through different stages and tragedies.

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Obara Iwori:

To become great you have to go through different stages

You can read: Odu of Ifa Obara Koso

Says Ifa odu Obara Iwori

When this Odu appears in an ordinary record, the person should be told that they are making a dirty trick on him, but by making sacrifice he will defeat it and know the bottom of everything.

In an ordinary record (Obara Iwori) a person is told that prosperity lies outside his village if he agrees to make the said sacrifice.

They are going to send you to look for a business or for a job; But before you go, you must do Ebo first, lest you be upset. Give your wife what she asks, if you want to be lucky. You have no security in your affairs.

Prayer of the Odu Obara Iwori:

OBARA IWORI OBARA KORI ANKO NIYE ERANKO EKU IGBA EWEFALEBO OBARA WEREKO ADIFAFUN ESHU.

Suyere of the sign Obara Wereko:

IFA WA OBA NIRE AWO OBANIRE
AWO ELEGBA MOYEO OBANIRE.

Ebbo of the Odu Obara Wori

For a sick person.

Six basins of Omiero de higuereta blanca will be prepared, wondering if with river or sea water. The contents of the six basins have to be dumped at once, one by one. Then it is dried and the head is requested with Obi Omi TUTU and two Higuereta leaves.

Description of the odu Obara Wereko

The Odu OBARA WORI establishes the concept that money is important, but never as important as wisdom, knowledge, health, and good character.

The person needs to put more emphasis on spiritual unfoldment and emotional balance.

Here the guinea pig was born. Ifá of experiments.

When this Ifá is seen in a sick Awó, Orúnmila says that he is saved.

Here is why human beings, to become great in life, have had and have to go through different favorable or unfavorable stages. Moments of having everything and adversities such as: poverty, tragedies, etc.

The Odu Obara Wereko predicts that the person wants to leave the house because the things of the house are in his charge.

Secret of the Odu: The children of Yemajá can beg the head of any child of this Odu of Ifá, because they lose their memory and OBARA WEREKO recovers his.

Here to recover the memory, the head with Jobo resin is requested. When there are vaginal problems, washings are made with: green coconut shell decoction and cundeamor.

Here the person stumbles upon a kind of money and must make Ebo so that they do not waste it or the money is stolen. Here you have to be careful with the money so that it is not stolen.

When this Odu comes out for a man: He will be advised that there is another man fighting him, or working him with witchcraft to take away his woman or something else of value.

When Obara Iwori comes out for a woman, she will be advised that there is a woman who wants to take away her husband. What should Ebó do so that he does not lose it.

Here the person has a deranged head and does not pay attention to what he is doing. Also the person is crafty.

Here if the person is sent to look for a business or job, they must do Ebó before going, so that everything goes well and to avoid being upset or frustrated.

Patakie of the Obara Iwori sign:

Divination was made for four sisters in Heaven.

Four sisters decided at the same time to come into the world. They were: The Tigress, the Leopard, the Zebra and the Wild Cat (Eta in Yoruba and Edi or Erha in Benin). They went to OBARA-IWORI for him to divine them, and he told them to make sacrifices with a chicken, a jicotea and rotten materials. He also told them to celebrate their animals so that
get universal respect. Most especially they had to make sacrifice against the danger of misfortune (Amubo in Yoruba and Osobo noma sunu in Benin).

Just before leaving, they had to put the heads of the sacrificed animals as follows: The Tigress with beef; the Leopard with abundant meat; the Zebra with guinea fowl and the Wild Cat with rats and fish. The Wild Cat made all the sacrifices and at Orúnmila's insistence she left her head on top of a hill. The Tigress served the head but failed in all the other sacrifices. The Leopard and the Zebra refused to make any sacrifices.

One morning, the Tigress went to the forest hunting for her cubs. She killed an antelope and kept it at the foot of an apple tree. Just as she began to dismember him, fruits began to fall from the tree and she was scared. Inadvertently she stepped on the antelope with her left hand. That means that he could not continue eating because the Tigers do not eat any meat that they have stepped on with their left hand.

She abandoned the antelope and went hunting a deer. She took the deer and carried it to the foot of another tree to butcher it. When he began his task a fruit from the tree fell and again scared he crossed over the animal with his left leg. Once again he had to abandon it. She was unable to kill any other animals for the rest of the day and had to return home completely hungry. Just before reaching her home, the hunter saw her, took aim, shot and killed her.

Consequently the cubs died from lack of milk. According to tradition the corpses of the tigers are brought to the King of the people.

For its part, the Leopard was also killed by the hunter when he went to look for food for his cubs. When the Zebra saw what happened to her older sisters, she ran to ORUNMILA for another divination. After the divination she went to look for money to buy the sacrificial materials, promising to repay the loans after the first rains of the year. Her moneylenders were the worm, the chicken, the fox, her brothers-in-law (the tigress's husbands
and the leopard), the hunter and the boa.

After the first rain the Earthworm went to demand the payment of its debt from the Zebra followed by the Hen, the Fox, the husband of the Leopard and the husband of the Tigress. She asked them to wait outside to count the money she had to pay them. When the Chicken saw the Earthworm it ate it. When the Fox saw the Hen waiting, she ate it. The Fox met the Leopard and he ate it. It was the Leopard's turn to meet the Tiger, who also attacked and killed him for food. The hunter was the next to arrive. As soon as he saw him he aimed, shot and killed him. Unknowingly the hunter was closely followed by the Boa who stopped behind him when he shot the Tiger. After the shot the hunter walked backwards and inadvertently stepped on the Boa, which reflexively bit him. The hunter turned and with his machete killed the Boa. But nevertheless the toxic effect of the Boa's bite killed the hunter. So the seven moneylenders of the Zebra had eliminated each other and there was no one left to pay.

La Gata, who was the only one who made the sacrifice, escaped unharmed. That is why cats are not used in sacrifices and their meat is not eaten and why their children are raised with little ones without any problem.

Obara Iwori Ifa Traditional:

ÒBÀRÀ ÌWÒRÌ

Pékútúyeke Pékútúyeke
Ò tilè me hìn hìn kanlè
A day fún Ìwé
Èyí tí n lo rèé saya Àbàtà
'Òun le bímo báyìí'?
Won ní kó rubo
Wón ní òpòlopò omo ni Ìwé ó bìí
Ìwé rubo
Ìwé yes bímo
Kàà kún
Funfun ni gbigbi àwon omo è
Wón ní ìwo Ìwé rubo
Nígbà toó wàá níwá, toó léyìn tán
Rúbo àwon tí n ba nnkan je
Ìwé ní ​​'Ní pèrèpèrè àbàtà túun wà yìí'?
'Tóun sì bèrè sií bímo'
'Kín ní ó mùú òun'?
Bí Ìwé bá sì bímo léèkan
Ó I bí irinwó
Ìwé bá bímo so
Lààyé gbà á
Èsù bá so fún àwon Ònyagbè
Pé ilè tú dáa nbè lábàtà
Won bá palè oko
Wón bá tú ilé Ìwé sókè
'Wón níwo Ìwé'
'Àwon ò pé kóo rubo Elénìní'?
Ni àwon Ònyagbè bá n hu Ìwé jáde
Ní wón wá n jó n ní wón n yò
Wón n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Pékútúyeke Pékútúyeke
Ò tilè me hìn hìn kanlè
A day fún Ìwé
Èyí tí n lo rèé saya Àbàtà
Ebo n wón ní ó se
Enìkan ò mòmò bímo bí Ìwé mó o
Omo Ìwé pàpòjù!

Life will please this person. He must offer sacrifice. Ifá wishes him the good fortune of children but he must sacrifice a hoe. His wife will have many children for him but he will have to offer sacrifice to prevent it from spoiling. Ifá says that the way of dressing of the Spiritual Entity of these children is white.

Pékútúyeke Pékútúyeke

Ò tilè me hìn hìn kanlè
They prophesied Ifá for the White Frog
He who was to become a swamp wife
"Will I have many children?"
She was advised to offer sacrifice
They told him that he would have many children
The frog offered the sacrifice
And had many children
The world was full of them
All his children were white
Then the priests told him that he had to make another sacrifice
"After he had them, which was what he wanted so much"
"You must sacrifice to avoid losses"
The Frog said: "In the Swamp where I am?"
"Since I had those children"
"Who can bother me here?"
So when the toads were born
They managed to have up to 400
The frog had many children
She created a space for herself
Èsù told them that to find a farm available, with fertile land is the one that is close to the swamp
Farmers finally went to the swamp
And they prepared the land to cultivate it
Dismantling the structure of the frog house
They reminded her of "You Frog"
"Didn't we warn you that you had to sacrifice to avoid losses"?
Farmers knocked down the frog house
And began to dance and rejoice
They praised their Babaláwos
Their Babaláwos praised Ifá
They said it was exactly what their Babaláwos had said
Pékútúyeke Pékútúyeke
Ò tilè me hìn hìn kanlè
They prophesied Ifá for the White Frog
The swamp wife
She was advised to offer sacrifice
No one will have as many children as the Frog has
The children of the White Frog are many.

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