Ifa Odi Bara Sign: Meaning, Sayings and Tips

Odi Obara - Odi Bara

Other names of the Odi Obara:

Hate Bara.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Odi Bara?

  • The tragedy between OBATALA and IKU.
  • Marriage.
  • Use the leg of the deer during the Ifá initiation ceremony.
  • Here: It is the Ifá of the duck (EKUEKUEYE).
  • They moved the hens to the ducks.
  • Talk about the Peony War.
  • SHANGO appeared on earth, which was born from the breasts of OBATALA.
  • It was where DADA IGBAÑI was handed over to SHANGO to raise.
  • ORISHAOKO was given the power of the earth for having found SHANGO.

What is the Odi Obara sign talking about?

  • Someone wants to knock him down.
  • The person was born to be a slave.
  • You suffer from tremors.
  • SHANGO made the Asheré with the peonies.
  • Odi Bara talks about the flower garden.
  • ODUDUWA did Ifá.
  • It was determined that the Dilogún only spoke up to EYINLA.

The Odi Bara Sign points out that:

  • OBATALA saved her children in the bushes of IWERW YEYE.
  • You have to wear a necklace of 256 peonies.
  • This is ODEMA BOROBOSILE. The EGUN that accompanies this Ifá.
  • Here: Talk about vision problem.
  • IKU (Death) pursues the living.
  • It is an Ifá of awareness of what has been done in life, Good or Bad.

You can read: Ifa Obara Dila sign

Recommendations of the Odi Bara sign:

In this sign, each bad time that the person has, enters a place where he has to make his way through the herbs, to leave everything bad that he has.

Odi Bara predicts that the person always has enemies who will try to harm or destroy him out of envy or revenge, but he will always find a stick or a herb or a seed or someone to save him, as OBATALA saved his children from death (IKU ) and hid them in the bushes of IWEREYEYE (Peonies) and when his enemies were appeased by considering him destroyed, he came out stripped of everything bad.

In this Odu, Death (IKU) pursues the living. You have to wear a peony necklace. Whoever has this Odu, must have a Peony bush in his house and put a Peony necklace inside his Ifá.

Here the EGUN that accompanies this Ifá is called ODEMA BOROBOSILE.

Here ODI went to war and when he arrived, it was over and he could only take a pretty woman.

This Odu speaks of the garden of flowers and is an Ifá MAFEREFUN ORISHAOKO. Saints who speak in this Odu: OLORDUMARE, ORISHAOKO, OLOFIN, SHANGO, OBATALA,

ODUDUWA, OSHUN, ORUNMILA, AZOJUANO, OSANYIN, DADA IGBANE, IKU AND ESHU.

It was here in this Odu (Odi Obara) that the tradition of using the deer leg during the Ifá initiation ceremony began.

The deer is used in the sacrifice as a substitute for human life and its front legs as a utensil in the Ifá initiation paraphernalia in IGBODUN.

Meaning of the Odi Obara Sign (7-6):

  • Here they try to kill ODI BARA's wife, so you have to take good care of her.
  • For Odi Bara, the person has to become a Saint, so that he or she is a slave of the Saint and not of humanity.
  • Here you suffer from tremors and chills.
  • Rainwater makes him sick.
  • Here the person is being tracked and may be arrested.
  • ODI BARA will have several women, but he will not be able to mistreat them, if he does not do so he could be in danger.
  • For this Odu, never stop giving ORUNMILA what it asks for.
  • You have to be careful of other people's women, who can kill you with witchcraft or aggression.
  • Here the woman will wear an apron and try to dress as white as possible.
  • This Ifá says that someone wants to knock him down. Take care of your wife.
  • This Oddun talks about vision problems.
  • This Odu says that OSHUN is from YESA land and you are the son of OSHUN. You have to do YOKO OSHA to have her, for your luck and everything you want in life.
  • Here the person is a bit cowardly.
  • For this Ifá the person must marry, since he lives in concubinage.
  • In this sign of Ifa, luck depends on the person giving ORUNMILA everything he asks for and his APETERBI.
  • Here an egg is broken, so that the bad becomes good.

Sayings of the Odu Odi Bara:

  • The peony does not know if it is left with black or red eyes.
  • The dog has four legs and only takes one path.
  • Marriage is a Palace that has two doors. The main one and the false one.
  • What he does with his hands, he thwarts with his feet.
  • Pretty woman, tragedy between men.
Sayings of Odi bara

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Odi Obara:

The shadow of conscience pursues the murderers.

You can read: Odi Meyi sign


Ifa says in the odu Odi Bara:

When this Odun comes out in divination, the person would be told to take care of the middlemen's business, as the middleman who is supposed to help him, would harm him at work.

When this Odu goes out in the Ogbodu, the person would be advised not to eat the venison any more, and not to steal the things of others. Before completing the Ifá initiation ceremony, you must prepare your own Ogun throne. He would give a guinea fowl to his head while helping Ifá, to avoid being killed because of his own possession. In divination, the person would be advised to entertain Eshu with a goat as there is someone who is about to fight with you because of the same belonging.

When it comes out in divination, the person would be told to avoid something that was forbidden. If the person is ill or has been the victim of some misfortune, he or she should be persuaded to confess the forbidden thing that he or she has done.

When this Odun comes out in divination, the person would be told that she has an enemy that is as strong as the tiger, who is always watching her to destroy her and therefore should make the sacrifice that the birds made in order to escape to the evil plans of the enemy.

Prayer of the Odu Odi Obara:

ODI OBARA ADIFAFUN EKUEKUEYE OSHA ADARE WAYE ADAFUN ADIE
ORUGBO LODAFUN SHANGO ATI OBATALA.

Suyere by Odi Obara:

YEYE NIBO ONISHERE AYENIBAO NISERERE.

Ebbo of the Odu Odi Obara:

Head wash of the sign Odi Bara (7-6):

A little soap grass is put on the serene and it is allowed only the first rays of the sun to give it the next day. Then Omiero is done with that and he will wash his head.

Here the person has a hot head and memory fails.

Cleaning the Odu Odi Obara:

It will be cleaned with a hen and buried alive together with Ifa herbs, wet bread and 9 chicken eggs.

Work for sickness:

OSANYIN will be given a dove.

Description of the odu Odi Obara

This Odu speaks of the need to remove obstacles and mistakes in sacrifice.

Here the person has problems with character and his marital relationships. Commitment is necessary to save it.

This is a sign of impersonation, because here the ducks were displaced, by the chickens and their positions, as the food of the Saints.

Odi Bara is also an Odu of war, because here the peony the black part fought with the red part and they made so much noise that when SHANGO heard it, he grabbed them and put them inside a güiro and so did the Asheré.

In this Odu the tragedy between OBATALA and death (IKU) was born.

This Ifá speaks, that while the world is world the shadow of the conscience will persecute the murderers.

In this Ifá, SHANGO appeared on earth, which was born from the breasts of OBATALA by the work and grace of OLORDUMARE AND OLOFIN.

OLOFIN gave it to DADA IGBAÑI (Catholicism: Santa Rita de Acacia), to raise it.

In Odi Bara, ORISHAOKO plowing the land he found SHANGO who was transformed into an OKUTA (stone) of Lightning (ODU ARA) and gave it to OLOFIN, where OLOFIN blessed ORISHAOKO saying: From today, you will be King of the earth to forever.

The person with this Odu (Odi Bara) must receive ORISHAOKO and if at the moment they cannot receive it, they will be given a tile painted white and red to keep at home.

For this Sign of Ifa, one must take care of the humid parts of the body, which are not exposed to the sun. Woman: take good care of your breasts.

Here, in this sign, was the birth of marriage. After the war that existed between men and women, OBATALA, who had followed them, the next day gathered them together and told them: Every man who slept with a woman last night has to OBEYAWO (marry) her.

This Ifa sign explains why IWEREYEYE leaves are used to supplement any other herb that is lacking in an OSANYIN Omiero. She cleans and protects from anything bad.

You can read: All about the Odu Odi She


Patakie of the sign Odi Bara:

The goose that lays the golden eggs.

There was a man who suffered from sores on his legs and ORUNMILA had been treating him for 7 months, and the man neither improved nor worsened, because for ORUNMILA "IT WAS THE HEN OF THE GOLDEN EGGS." Since ORUNMILA paid for the expenses of the house for what it charged for its services to the man.

One day, ORUNMILA had to go to initiate some godchildren and, that day, the man went to ORUNMILA's house to look for him. YEMAYA, who was ORUNMILA's wife, told him: "He is not there, but if it is the same to you, I will attend to him." The man replied: -My problem is my leg, I have been suffering from this condition for a long time and I cannot be cured. YEMAYA looked at him and sent him poultices with coastal vine. The man did so and was cured. In gratitude, he gave her many gifts.

When ORUNMILA returned, she told him about the man and that he had cured him and had congratulated her with many gifts. ORUNMILA upon hearing what YEMAYA said, replied: You killed the Hen that laid the golden eggs. She replied: What chicken ?.

And this one answered him. I have been treating and treating this man for months, and during that time, he is the one who has covered the expenses of this house. Then ORUNMILA thinks and says: It doesn't matter, take these snails, I'll give them to you so that from today you can also look. But nothing more than until EYILA and you will leave the house, because a woman who knows more than I can not live with me.

Also everything that happens about EYILA you send it to me. Uncle Iban Eshu.

Odi Obara Ifa Traditional

He made divination for the peasant and the deer (Agborin in Yoruba and Erhue in Benin).

The deer had developed the habit of feeding on a farm that had rich crops of yams, corn, and cassava. When the farmer discovered that his farm and especially his crops were in danger from the attack of the serfs, he decided to watch out for intruders.

For its part, the deer always knew when not to enter the farm since the farmer was nearby. Aware that her luck was not going to last forever, the deer decided to consult Orúmila's house, who advised him to entertain Esu with a goat and warned him never to go to the farm with his children. .

When the deer was ready to leave for his house, he spotted the peasant who was coming and went back to Orúmila's house. When she explained that the man on the way was the peasant she had told him about, Orúmila told him to hide in his room.

When the farmer entered, he told Orúmila that he had gone to see him to discover and capture the deer that was devouring his crops and his farm. He advised the peasant to entertain Esu with a goat and Ogun with a turtle. He also told him to tell the deer:

Latanbo, lole bo
Adafa fun agbonrin
To fi oko ode sapo.

Orúmila told him that after making a sacrifice, he would set a trap on the path that deer normally follow to reach his farm. The peasant made the sacrifice quickly, but for his part the deer considered it unnecessary to make the sacrifice since he knew the peasant's strategy. He only thought that he should change his itinerary so as not to fall into the traps of the peasant. When Esu discovered that the deer had refused to sacrifice he decided to lure it to the route where the traps were placed.

The deer had told his youngest son to go ahead, contrary to everything advised in the consultation, not to go to the farm with his children. The trap captured the young deer and the mother managed to escape.

As a token of appreciation for his advice, divination and sacrifice made by him, the peasant brought the hand of the young deer to Orúnmila. This is how the tradition of using the hand of the deer during the initiation of Ifá began.

ÒDÍ ÒBÀRÀ

Ìdin ń se mi gèlé gèlé
Olobàrà ní ń se me gàlà gàlà
A dífá fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí Bàbá ń sawoó ròde Ènpe
Òde tónpetoun ń yìí
Ó dáa fún òun ńbè bí?
Wón ní kí Òrúnmìlà ó rbo
Wón ní yóó dáa fún un
Òrúnmìlà rubo
Wón ní kó mó se iyè méjì o
Kó sì mó ja enìkankan níyàn
Wón ní bí ón bá ti pé bó ti rí nìí
Kó móo pé béè ni
Nígbà tí Òrúnmìlà dé òde Ènpe
Ayé ye é
Ajé dé
Ìdin ń se mi gèlé gèlé
Olobàrà ní ń se me gàlà gàlà
A dífá fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí Bàbá ń sawoó ròde Ènpe
Ebo n wón ní ó se
Wón ní kéni mó jiyàn lÉnpe
Ìdin ò jiyàn la fawo da
Kéni mó jiyàn lÉnpe.

This is a lovely person who is planning to take a trip. He is doubting whether to make such a trip or not. Ifá says that he should go and not hesitate to do it again. Many good things abound for him abroad.

Ìdin ń se mi gèlé gèlé
Olobàrà ní ń se me gàlà gàlà
They prophesied Ifá for Òrúnmìlà
The day he was exercising his priesthood in the city of Ènpe
To this city, what am I going to,
Will it go well for me there?
They told him to make sacrifice
They told him that everything would work out for him
Òrúnmìlà made the sacrifice
They made it clear to him not to doubt himself or hesitate
And that he did not disagree with anyone
If they said…. This is so!
He must agree with them
When Òrúnmìlà arrived in the city Ènpe
The good fortune of commerce came to him
Ìdin ń se mi gèlé gèlé
Olobàrà ní ń se me gàlà gàlà
They prophesied Ifá for Òrúnmìlà
The day he was exercising his priesthood in the city of Ènpe
He was advised to offer sacrifice
They advised him not to disagree with anyone at Ènpe
Ìdin did not contradict anyone, the divination was made
Do not contradict anyone in the Ènpe city.

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