Ofun Di

ofun odi - Ofun Di (10-7)

Treaty of the Sign of Ifa Ofun di

Other names of the Odu Ofun Odi:

  • Ofun di.
  • Ofun din din.

Born in the odu Ofun Di:

  • Unmeasured Ambition.
  • Drop the anchor, so that the ship does not sink.
  • The False Fortune Teller, for his lies.
  • Usury and Rapacity.
  • To help the needy.

What does the Sign of Ifa Ofun Odi speak of?

  • That one brother betrays the other.
  • No ashé in the world to be a fortune teller.
  • You don't want to know the reality.
  • The Awó is a pirate.
  • Ifá is spoken without being Awó and snail is thrown without being Iworo.
  • OLOFIN cries for the first time.
  • The Eweses are POPPY and CYPRUS.
  • Buttocks always stink.
  • Eweses are vain grapes, well maidenhair.

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Recommendations of the Ofun Di sign:

  • You must paint the house white.
  • Drinking and music make him a useless person.
  • Place a basin of indigo water and a sponge for protective eggun under the head of the bed.
  • You must not hoard money.
  • In Ofun Di you have to take care of betrayal by the hand of a person you trust.
  • Find a locket of someone who died.
  • Be careful not to get sick of the eyes when passing a handkerchief that is in the street.
  • Ambition represents the dirt of ifa.

Sayings of Ofun Di:

  • What is thrown into the sea goes to the bottom.
  • Flowers also grow in the swamp.
  • Curiosity can cost you your life.
  • Jack of all trades, master of none.
  • He who betrays his eldest, betrays anyone, no matter how much friendship or commitment there is.
  • He had freedom through an embarrassment.
  • The wall that collapses in the house does not kill the one in the field.
  • It contracts the anus and fans it, it does not contract it and it fans.
  • You get into difficulties and do not ask for forgiveness and do not admit your guilt.
  • Tie up the boat so it doesn't sink.

prohibitions from Ofun Odi:

  • You are not ambitious.
  • You cannot be stubborn, capricious, forgetful, stingy and informal, even if you occupy a good position and are displaced for it.

Says Ifa odu Ofun Di

Be careful not to get sick from the eyes when passing a handkerchief that is found in the street. You have something that makes you desperate, you plan to leave your husband and go to another place where there is a man you like. You have a very hard head and you don't listen to anyone. They are hurting him in his house, a woman is the cause. They are robbing you and they are your close friends. If you do Ebbó, you will be scared and have an embarrassment that will be for good. ORUNMILA says that what is thrown into the sea goes to the bottom. Be careful which party you attend, it can be the joke of everyone. Your good, you stop it yourself.

You must curb your ambition as it will lead to your destruction. Take care of your lungs and intestines. If you find a handkerchief on the street, you cannot use it because an Eggún is personified. The neighbors around you do not want you to continue living there and they want to remove you.

You must be aware because here the excrement has turned to stone and cannot be expelled. Ifá says that it will guide you until you find your true destination. Try to get along with your brothers by blood and religion, keep your word. SHANGO will give you all the powers that you. needs through an Eggún. You may lose your job for forgetfulness and waywardness. Music and drink are his downfall, the latter can cause major stomach upsets due to intolerance to wines and alcohols, which create specific allergies, causing acute diarrhea. Don't be sympathetic to bosses and respect the line of command. Don't go to the top boss without going through the in-between.

Use your ability to extract the most from the one you know best by playing the role of INNOCENT.

Prayer of the sign Ofun Odi:

Ofún Dí Awó Nifa Awó Lerí Mashe Kue Obomi Beleke Inlé Añañaifin Ogori Ninshawo Ebere Ni Yoyorun Iyare Eggún Awó Ibashe Orí Ni Bashe Ofo Lerí Boshe Shangó Ení Bewa Efi Mi Oyun Orí Intorí Ofo Oduto Adifafún Ojifa Osutofu Osutwa Osutwa Inmi Ofo Oduto Bosuto Adifafún Abefú Osutwa Osutwa Tori La La Elegbara Ibashe Orí Bashe Akarin Boshe Eleriri Fete Awa Ni Awa Ona Shini Awa Obbá Ni Boshe Bogbo Ni Orún Male Ofún Dí Awó Mofun Ewa Beni Orún Oni Laye Opkuele Bolishe Awó.

Ofun Odi's Ebbo:

Ebo: Efun, akuko, a white scarf and owo la meyi.

Ebo: Sand, eyele, a piece of chain, two eku. right.

Ebo: eyele, aikordie, etu, eku, eya, ori, owo la megua.

 

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Description of odu Ofun Di 10-7

OFUN DI cannot be put on the board because it is dirt from the ground.

He is going to watch over OLOFIN directly, violating the command echelons, for being ambitious and excessive.

Ifá of Contempt.

Ifá of the Slap.

The slave is freed early by an embarrassment.

You must paint the house white.

Beware of betrayal by the hand of a person you trust.

The woman steals and is a bandit. OSHUN OLELE traveled the world to live and became a stinker.

Problems with neighbors.

The excrement turned to stone and was not expelled.

This Ifá sign speaks of losing orientation, direction in life and in things. ORUNMILA saves him.

ORUNMILA and OLOFIN are betrayed.

Ifá of lack of progress due to bad payments and betrayal of relatives.

Ofun Di is an Ifá of laziness, entertainment in worthless things, in music, revelry, drums, and hence luck is lost.

Ifá of breach in duties and in his word.

He suffers from the stomach, gas, acute diarrhea and its inverse, constipation. The stomach, intestinal walls and lungs must be cared for.

Stubborn, capricious, forgetful, stingy and informal person, although he occupies a good position and is displaced for that. It must be respectful and fully comply with its duties, it must be punctual and impartial in its decisions.

Drinking and music make him a useless person.

The stinky bum and the embarrassment after the Ebbó.

 

Advice from the Sign of Ifa Ofun Odi

  • Make sacrifice and Ebbó so that bad influences and spirits do not destroy you.
  • The person is a false fortune teller, who fails in his predictions and they do not want to know the reality that surrounds them, they do not admit blame, nor do they ask for forgiveness for being too ambitious, they break with the schemes of Ifá wisdom. Thus they lose the opportunity and in the end they die of hunger and without titles.
  • You have to be humble and do what you are sure of and not fight the impossible. He has a dead man behind that upsets him, if he does not hear it, otherwise, it is his best weapon.
  • Find a locket of someone who died. Make Ebbó with that locket, 1 mirror, a sash, and snails. The mirror is put on the girdle, for when that spirit arrives, sees itself in the mirror, gets scared and leaves.
  • Ofun di says: Put under the head of the bed a basin of water with indigo and a sponge for protective eggun.
  • You will look exhausted and tired, and they will doubt what you can accomplish by not being obedient. The elderly are ashamed of their behavior and of the bad choice they have made when choosing it.
  • He becomes daring and too curious, to the point of being absolved in his subject and getting lost in life, staining himself in his wandering around the World with the scourges of humanity, to the point that he can lose his life.
  • Things of value are discovered underground, such as mines of products that Nature offers, but if they do not resort to the wisdom of Ifá they are lost.
  • In this Ifá, one is born without ashé in the world, due to the curses that have been placed on it, but an eggun will give it everything.
  • The person stops his own good.
  • You must not hoard money.
  • Leg hurts when you urinate.
  • Ifá of dark shadow behind ENIKEJIREN ORUN (make Oparaldo).
  • OFUN DI, OSO SE O TO, the sorcerer who enchants himself.                     

Patakie of the Ofun Di sign:

Jack of all trades, master of none.

It happened once, that ORUNLA had two ELEGUA that worked for him, in all the functions of OZAIN and to take the EBBOSES to their destination.

But one day, ORUNMILA became Osode, where Ifá recommended that he take a good look, that his EBBOSES did not work and that they did not reach their destination effectively. ORUNMILA began to doubt his two ELEGUA, where he called ODI FUMBO and asked him where OFUN DI was, because he sent him to take an EBBO and he had not returned, ODI FUMBO replied: Baba, OFUN ODI is stealing EBBO's things .

Then ORUNMILA realized that OFUN DI was a thief and that his EBBOSES could never have an effect, nor could his children progress, and from that moment on, he told ODI FUMBO: You will stay forever to seal the EBBOSES.

Please note: OFUN ODI told ODI-FUMBO: You are a traitor, you betrayed me with ORUNLA. But ODI FUMBO replied: The traitor is you, who have betrayed ORUNLA and OLOFIN, because you were the trust of both of them.

Traditional Ofun Di Ifa sign

ÒFUN ÒDAY

Or fúndìí
Ò n only
Or sòrò
O ò bèbè
O sì tún ní kí wón or gbé oníkòjú wá
A day fún Purópuró alé àná
Èyí tí ó dojà ti ó puró mó omoo rè
Ìyá àgbà purópuró ló dé ojà
Ló yes pon omo è lo
Nígbà or dé ààrin ojà
Bó ti bèrè kó móo ra ojà
Àfi pùú
Ló bá só
Sísó tú só báyìí
Pàá, ló gbá omo è nídìí
Ó níwo omo yìí
Lò sì wáá só pa gbogboo wa báhun
Omo bá gbó
Òun nìyá òún puró mó to bayìí?
Omo bá bu sekún
Wón e wolé
Omo Sunkun Sunkun
Omo ò tún dáké
Wón wáá se see se
Bóo làwon or ti wáá se?
Wón bá to Òrúnmìlà lo
Gba àwon dákun!
Àwòyeróye Awo Ilé Òrúnmìlà
Ó ní 'Ìwo ìyá yìí I know ihun tí omó fí n sunkún'
'Ó ní kínni kantóo se fún omo yìí ni kóo yáa rántí'
Ìyá rántí rántí
Ó ní àfi lója náà ni
Tóun gbé só làárin gbogbo èèyàn
Tóun ní omo yìí ló só
Òrúnmìlà ní 'O ó tùún padà lo ojà òhún'
'Kó o wáá móo fenu araà re wí'
'Pé Onísó alé àná tú só'
'Omo kó o'
'È mi ni mo só o'
Omo òun kó o
Òun lòún only
Ìyá bá padà lo ojà
Ní bá n pé gbogbo ará ojá
Isó alé àná
Òun lòún only
Kéè se omo òun o
Omó bá dáké ekún
Ó lóo fúndìí
Ò n only
Or sòrò
O ò bèbè
O sì tún ní kí wón or gbé oníkòjú wá
A day fún Purópuró alé àná
Èyí tí ó dojà tí ó sòó tán
You or puró mó omoo rè
Onísó alé àná o
Ìyá mòmò ló só o
Omoo rè mòmò kó o
Onísó alé àná.

Ifa wishes this person to be well. He must warn his wife as she has a son who listens and understands all comments that are directed at him, but may not be able to respond.

You contracted your anus
And you farted
You slander him
And you didn't apologize
You even asked them to call a witness to confront you
He was the one who made divination for The Liar the night before.
The one who would hit the market and lie about her son
This woman came to the market
She had a baby on her back
As soon as he arrived
Where she usually bought her things
She ducked, and in a small but audible explosion
She farted
As soon as she did, the people nearby heard her fart
She hit the baby on her back
She accused him 'You are a little boy'
'You farted very big'
The baby on her back heard this
'My mother has lied against me, this is too much'
So the baby started crying
In all the time they had at the market and on the way back home
The boy was still crying
And she refused to stop crying
They entered the house and until dusk that same day
The child had not stopped crying
She tried to do all kinds of things to calm the baby, but it was all to no avail
The parents asked anxiously 'What are we going to do?
And they decided to consult with Orúnmìlà
'Help us!'
Due to the magical exhibition, the priests of the house of Òrúnmìlà
Òrúnmìlà said 'It is the mother who is causing the problem'
'Try to remember what exactly happened to you'
The woman tried to remember all her actions towards the baby
And she said 'Except what happened yesterday in the market'
'Where I farted in the middle of the people'
'And I lied saying it was my son'
Òrúnmìlà said 'You will have to go back to the same market'
'And you will confess out loud and say repeatedly with your mouth'
'That the person who farted yesterday'
'It wasn't the son she carried on her back'
Únrúnmìlà concluded by saying 'It was me'
The mother returned to the market
Without waiting long he caught the attention of everyone
'The flatulence of yesterday'
'I was the one who did it'
'It wasn't my baby'
The son abruptly stopped crying
She said 'You contracted your anus
And you farted
You slander him
And you didn't apologize
You even asked them to call a witness to confront you
He was the one who made divination for The Liar the night before.
The one that would hit the market and fart
And he would lie blaming his son
The person who farted yesterday afternoon
It was the mother
It wasn't the baby
The person who caused confusion yesterday afternoon.

Eshu by Ofun Di

Eshu Alawata.

Load: Herb Pata de Gallina, Freshness, Ortiguilla, Yedra, Peony, Pica Pica, Levántate, ero, obbí, kolá, Ozún, arid land, of the hill, of the prison, of the 4 roads, lerí de Ayapá, of akukó , from Aya, Quicksilver, awadó, ekú, eyá, epó, otí, oñí, otí kana, eyes and mouth of snails, 3 Ikordié.

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