ofun bile

Ofun irete - Ofun bile

Other names of the Odu Ofun Irete:

  • Ofun bile.
  • Ofun biret.

What is born in the odu Ofun Bile?

  • Eternal spirituality and the immortality of the soul.
  • That the Awó has to relate to others to make himself known and not be ignored.
  •  Find out first before doing things.
  • Sleeping Epilepsy.
  • ORI INU (Internal head, destination).
  • That you have to do everything complete.
  • The frog dies for disobeying ORUNMILA's word.
  • Indiscretion (AIGBORON, son of IKU) is the inability to hear advice.
  • OBATALA sent Tierra de MINA POPO to teach his religion. 
  • OBATALA's son was lost.
  • People fall with EGGUN PAKUNWA LERI.

What is the sign Ofun Bile talking about?

  • The Earth was ruled by Omo ALA YEGUN, son of ORUN.
  • The Owl swallowed the Cricket. 
  • Everything that is done is charged to make it go well.
  • The son charges the mother and she curses him.
  • All the Orisha fell asleep and only ORI got up.
  • Upon waking up, OLORUN is honored.
  • ORI ODE (External Head) is the counterpart of ORI INU.
  • In Ofun Bile the cosmic dust speaks.
  • The Eweses are the Canistel and Filigram.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Ofun Meyi

Recommendations of the Ofun bile sign:

  • Do not drink alcoholic beverages.
  • Do not dress the same as another person.
  • Be careful with justice.
  • Dress in white.
  • Comply with SHANGO.
  • I did not argue with anyone.
  • Avoid confrontations.
  • Do not go around with jokes or stories because among the listeners they say that it is a praise.

Sayings of Ofun bile:

  • The spirit is to the body in life, like the wings to the bird in the sky.
  • What a blind man explains the way to one.
  • Wealthy people tend to die prematurely in search of more riches.
  • Those who behave prudently in critical circumstances are destined to enjoy the fresh air of longevity.
  • Indiscretion and wealth always clash.
  • Find out first and proceed later.
  • My ORI INU (Spiritual Head) gave me life.
  • ORI is the creator of being before the world began.
  • The dog's ORI helps it cut through the bushes.

prohibitions from Ofun Bile:

  • Never look back.
  • Don't get involved in gossip.

You can read: Odu of Ifa Irete File

Says Ifa odu Ofun bile

That you are very happy but that you have many bad eyes on you. Never look back. Do not drink alcoholic beverages or dress the same as someone else. Be careful with justice. Wear white often. You have had three lots. Two friends can die. He dreamed of a deceased who appeared dressed in white and was the one who raised him, he is asking him to eat. Comply with SHANGO. You are somewhat crazy and walk in bad company. They do not let you sleep at home because of the incongruities of your neighbors, avoid confrontations.

Prayer of the Odu Ofun bile:

Ofun Birete Ofun Aguate Kabu Adifafun Olose Ladafun Anegun Inya Obini Tonto Ekoe Yesterday Wo Orbo Agutan Diyuwo Aya Lordafun Ariegun Lola Omo Abarin Kolomo Omo Obini Orde Ala Yegun Omo Ala Yegun Yeleshisin Ni Bi Mare..

Ebbo by Ofun Bile:

Ofun Irete's work for the fought back. 

An eyelé is given to the earth with ekú, eyá, oñí, omí. He takes the akokan from the eyelé, he put in an Ikoko, a magnet otá, quicksilver, 7 Ataré, eku, eyá, epo, wagon bait. The names are put under the Ikoko. A lamp is lit for seven days to a eggun relative of the person concerned. The juice of seven eweses is extracted and dripped into seven pomitos and the interested party is called.


Description of the odu Ofun bile

Do not argue with anyone, or get involved in gossip.

The Okuní must be accommodating to his wife so that she does not look backward.

When dealing with women's issues, do not go around with jokes or stories because among the listeners say you are a praiser.

In Ofun Irete, the person has dead behind.

You must finish the things you start.

Listen to advice but do not let yourself be ruled by anyone, use your intelligence.

Take care of the youngest child so that OYA gives him luck, as it protects him.

The mother or the woman cannot dress with flowers or colors.

In this Oddun of Ifa, there is a smell that cannot be resisted.

You have to have Saint Lazarus in your house because he is your salvation, through Saint Lazarus you have what you want.

You get something great for OBATALA.

Money is received for this Oddu.

You are going to make a Saint or an Ifá to a person who is bigger than his head and has that Orugbo so that he will not die.

Ofun Bile by Osobo Intori IKU akukó with amala is given to SHANGO.

If he is Awó and has to give another Awó or Iyalocha a Saint, he must first feed him his lerí obbí and then two etú or two eyelé and asks if he puts an obbí or an Ishu whole raw with epoxy to ELEGBARA and then booted in the square split along.

If the mother is deceased, she is given a hutía.

He must celebrate the Jimaguas.

You must receive OZAIN.

Meaning of Oddun Ofun Irete

In this sign of Ifa, even if you live under a stone, you are not sure and it should be done

EBBO to get rid of IKU.

He falls prisoner and is sought for escaping. 

When wealth came to the world, it became so rich that it bought everything under the Sun, it was conceited, portentous and defiant, but he lost everything in a whirlwind, under a storm of water and fire.

The person, by not knowing and by not doing the works, is filled with adversity and has to flee for refuge.

The person, for not worshiping bogbo EGGUN, loses friendship where he lives, that is why he must swear in ORUN and then visit everyone in their land.

The son does not heal the mother because she has no money and although she finds a solution, she curses him.

In order to enlarge the family, it is necessary to feed Heaven and Earth, because otherwise the family is lost.

Here (Ofun Bile) they envy the position that has been scaled and try to destroy it.

Get up early in the morning and pay homage to GOD, the creator and owner of the Universe, asking for power and authority.

All cult heads and devotees have to touch the ground with their foreheads as an act of symbolic respect to OLORUN.

The ORI INU (Inner Head, Destiny) of a person is crucial to maintain a life prosperous.

It is important to attend to the stomach passages as they put them in a depressing state.

Drink liquid from the banana strain for stomach ulcers.

You can read: Ogunda the Mass

Ofun Bile Ifa Traditional:


Èyin Olówó ni ò ganngan
Ká fi ètè Ìwòfà bò ó mólè
A day fun àgbààgbà méfà
You wón n lo rèé gun igi júà lóko
Àwon àgbààgbà méfà ni ón fi babaa won Sílè
Lati kékeré ni ón ti jáde lo
Wón bá ònà ajée tiwon lo
Omo kékeré tú se èèkeje ló duó ti babaa won
Gbogbo àwon tú kù n be lókèèrè
Nígbà tí omo kékeré àti Baba è bá sì féé ká júà lóko
Èèmejì ni wóón ká a lódún
Bí on bá looko
Èyí tú bá rè dà Sílè
Òun náà ni wón or sà
Omo àti Baba ní or lòó sa èèso
Wón or lòó tà á
Won or fi se owó
Igi júà yes nìí
Igi owo ni
Enìkan ò gbodò gùn un
Nígbà or pé
Babaa won fójó sàìsí
Àwon àgbààgbà méfà tí n be lókèèrè bá dé
Wón sì mò pé igi kán n be tí baba àwon fí n sowó
Nígbà tí on dé ìdí è
Wón bá a tú ti rè dàálè
Wón bá tún wo òke
'N ló tún kun òkè yìí'
Wón bá kó eyí tí n be nlè
Èèkínní gun Orí igi
Ó jabó or kú
Èèkejì gùn un
Òun náà jábó
oh ku
Eketa gungi
Èèkerin gùn un
Títí tee dórí èèkefà
Gbogbo won gun igi júà lóko
won ku
Nígbà ó sì jé pé igi pupò ní n be lóko
Won yes I lookedo read kòòkan ni
Kí wón or lè daà fi ànìkànjopón ta gbogbo è láì so fénìkan
Won ò rí òkú araa won
Omo kékeré bá de ibè
Ó bá òkú nlè kitikìti
Omó ní haà!
Baba àwon è é gun júà!
Àwón móo sa á nlè ni
Èrè ni ón móo sà a!
Òún bá sa gbogbo èyí tí on ti sà
ó kó gbogbo è lo Ilé
Òún bá di Olóró
Ifá pé kí eléyìun or fara mó ìdílé è
Ijó ní n jó ayò ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Óní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Èyin Olówó ni ò ganngan
Ká fi ètè Ìwòfà bò ó mólè
A day fun àgbààgbà méfà
You wón n lo rèé gun igi júà lóko
Njé èrè ni mo sà
Èmi ò gun júà ní feared
Èrè ni mo sà.

In Ofun Bile, Ifá warns this person not to be greedy. He should reach out to people and ask them about the steps that lead to a particular feat in his community. This is to avoid the possibility of making an irreparable mistake. There is a little boy, one of his brothers who is very close to his father. Ifá warns that his opinion should not be trivialized, since his ideas will be the solution to the task or work later on. There is a particular means by which the larger family makes wealth or a lot of money; This person must follow in the footsteps of the one with the most money, because otherwise this could end in tragedy.

The tooth of a rich man will not be extracted or pointed
To the extent that an Ìwòfà uses his lips to cover it
He was the one who made divination for the 6 Elders
The one who was going to climb the Júà tree on the farm
Those 6 Elders left their father's house for the city
They abandoned their father while they were still young
They had gone in search of fending for themselves
The seventh boy is the youngest and he was the only one who stayed with his parents
The rest resided in cities other than those of their parents
But the youngest young man and the father wanted to sell Júà fruits
They would go to the farm twice a year
Upon reaching the Júà tree
They searched the sand for the fruits
And they grabbed the only ones that had been thrown down the tree
The father with the help of the son
I would go to the market to sell them
So they turned it into money
However the tree of Júà
It is a commercial crop
But no one was to climb it
After a long period of time
One particular day his father died
The 6 older brothers who were living abroad returned for the burial rituals
They therefore had the knowledge that the Júà tree is the source of their father's wealth.
When they went to the farm one after the other
They gathered all the fruits that surrounded the tree
They looked up
The oldest of all said cheerfully 'Look at the little fruit that is on the tree'
He packed the ones that were on the ground
And tried to climb the tree to reap what was above
And from a steep fall
He fell and died
The second also climbed the tree
He fell
And died too
The third climbed it and also died
So did the fourth
When the sixth turn
They all climbed it one after the other
And they died
Since there weren't many trees on the farm
They could not notice the corpse of each of them
They had even gone to the farm secretly
They used greed to reap the fruits without the knowledge of others
The youngest of the family arrived at the farm shortly after
And saw the corpses that were lying on the ground
The boy exclaimed in surprise and agony
'Bàbá did not climb the Júà tree'
'It is only the ones that fall that will be picked up'
He then collected the ones that had been gathered by his brothers
And he took them all to his house
And he got very rich
Ifá warns this person to always be close to his larger family
And the youngest of all was dancing and was happy
He was praising his Babaláwo
And the Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly what his Babaláwos had said
The tooth of a rich man will not be extracted or pointed
To the extent that an Ìwòfà uses his lips to cover it
He was the one who made divination for the 6 Elders
The one who was going to climb the Júà tree on the farm
I have grabbed or picked up only the ones that fell
I'm not going to climb the Júà tree
I have caught or picked up only the ones that fell.

Patakie of the Ofun bile sign:


In ERITI NILE there was a very famous Awó, called AFUKE AWO, who was, moreover, OLUO OZAIN. He had become famous for his cures to different patients. One day his mother, who lived in another neighboring land and was ill, sent for to his son, who was AFUKE AWO. He came right away and asked for the blessing. The Iyá will He said: Come on, omodé, I'm Arun and I'm going to Otoku, save me. He made him Osode and he saw this sign, where he marked EBBO and said to his Iyá: Well, Mom, put up the money so I can start healing her. To which she replied: Son, but if I don't have money! 

"Then I can't cure her," replied the son.

- That will not be possible, I am your mother who gave birth to you. - she said.

- Yes, Mom, you gave birth to me, but you did not give birth to ORUNMILA or OZAIN. Look, get in the room and take off your clothes and throw them out the window so I can heal her. 

This is what the mother did and cured her, but there she was left without clothes. Then AFUKE AWO said to him: This nightgown is mine and I will give it to you. him, is already cured.

The mother cursed the son, saying: From today, as you have charged to me, that I am your mother, nothing that you do if you do not charge it has to go well for you.

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