Ogunda God

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Treatise of the Oddun of Ifa Ogunda Dio.

Other names of the Oddun Ogunda Dio:

Ogunda Odi.

Ogunda Say.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ogunda Dio?

  • The fact that OGUE lives inside SHANGO's punt.
  • The fear of humans to the darkness of the night.
  • Here deception and lies were born, since always the person will be deceived or deceives his own family and all those who surround him and he surrounds.
  • The distrust.

What is the sign Ogunda Dio talking about?

  • Talk about lost illusions.
  • It is an Ifá of failures.
  • It was where ELEGBA was crying where ORUNMILA was because he could not find the way.
  • This is an Ifá of lost illusions; Since the illusions that the person has during his life, he cannot achieve them and if he does it will be for a short time, because he loses it. This is in every sense of life. That is why it is an Ifá of failure.

The sign Ogunda Odi 3-7 points out:

  • This Ifá indicates that the person should try to turn on the light when it gets dark, because the evil eguns come to torment him.
  • This oddun "Ogunda Dio" also indicates infidelity in women.
  • The man for this Ifá has to take care of his virility, since he tends to lose his virile potential.
  • Ogunda Dio points out that the house should have two entrances, so that sometimes you enter from the front and others from behind or from the side.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Ogunda Dio:

  • Prepare rope for his neck.
  • A project would have come to be true, if it were not for the cowardice that made her lips seal that she thought it.
  • A knife destroys his house, and he thinks he has destroyed someone else's.
  • Nothing tires if the desire is firm.

What are the prohibitions by Ogunda Odi?

  • Here the Awó OGUNDA DIO does not sit in a bottomless chair.

Says Ifa Ogunda Dio:

That the money is close to your house, and that when it arrives that you comply with what was offered, nor that you will not look at other people with indifference, because if it will not serve your misfortune, for that money you stopped at the riverbank and asked OSHUN for a thing and she gave it to him; you have to win the lottery; They have to go looking for you to do wrong, do not do it because otherwise that person will know more than you and will annoy you; you have met a woman carrying a basket loaded down the street, that woman carries OSHUN in your head; you take the basket to the house, and thus you receive a lot that she brings you; as soon as it gets dark you turn on the lights in your house; Three people have to come to your house asking for hospitality, give it to them and keep your house clean so that you can achieve what you want, you are unfaithful to your husband within the same house, be careful with him, he can find out and they separate ; You have to miss something that will make you cry; you have to have a rooster to sing to you; do not greet the Awó when you see him riding a horse or a car; be careful with the people you deal with or have placed in the house; next to his house there is a neighbor who does not turn on the light on time, that neighbor who does not turn on the light on time, that neighbor brings great luck; In your house there is one that has to be made soon, tell him to do EBBO, because they have to bring him a ticket and it will be taken out.

Prayer of the sign Ogunda Dio Ifa:


Suyere Oddun Ogunda Say:


Ebbo of the Odu Ogunda Di:

Ebbo from Ogunda Dio for stomach problems:

Ewé orozus omiero is prepared that is put in the OSHUN tureen, after seven days it is bottled and stored in the cold, for mamú. One cup on an empty stomach.

Attribute to Orunmila by Ogunda Di:

AWO OGUNDA DIO, puts an akukó carved in wood and loaded with: the lerí and oyú de akukó of ELEGBA, the akokán of the akukó, eru, obi, kolá, osun naburu, obi motiwao, igí moruro, iyefá prayed of this Oddun of Ifa.

Ogunda's work gave (3-7) for money evolution:

ELEGBA is given four painted eyelé along with SHANGO. Before giving these eyelé, it is made omiero with: ewefá dove heart-, ewefín -golden button-, ewé misí misí -match-, to sprinkle the eyelé, then they are released in the house to scare Ikú. Afterwards he is smeared with epo and efún and after four days he wonders if they are given to egun with SHANGO or ELEGBA with SHANGO.

Tips and recommendations from Oddun Ogunda Dio:

Here ELEGBA is not satisfied with something that is happening inside the house.

For this odun it is ordered to put white curtains with dentil de mariwó on the door of the street and talanquera on the door at the end of the ilé.

OGUNDA DIO has to put a mirror on OGUN edged with ashó fun fun and pupua, fired with black-white-red thread. Then stick it around the mirror. Live in OGUN looking out.

For this Ifá ANWA ANYONU is received, which is mounted on a wooden doll that has half the face of a man and the other half of a woman.

It is loaded: bone of lerí from egun, from akukó, from eyelé, from etú, ekú, ejá, awadó, epo, igí: victor, wins battle, eru, obi, kolá, osun.

This ELEGBA put on a mask to destroy the world.

When an Awó sees this odun OGUNDA DIO, he will immediately give an akukó to OGUN.

Here for this odun, seven knives are placed on OGUN and reinforced with the following sticks: ax bankruptcy, guayakan, jokuma, yaya, akana, jiquí, moruro, mahogany, granadillo, yamao, delphinium.

You have to be careful with the woman that is chosen for the marriage since it is a sign that indicates deception by the woman or infidelity.

Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Ogunda Dio:

Also the Awó of this sign of Ifa must be lowered with ewé daguro and tostón.

The Awó of this odun must live high, to achieve his greatest power and live apart like the eagle that only came down to look for prey.

A chicken is also raised until it is a rooster, so that it discovers its enemy inside the house.

When this Oddun "Ogunda Dio" is seen in an atefa, awafakán or ikofafún, an akukó and ayapa are given to SHANGO egun and ELEGBA.

Here painted eyelé -four- is given to ELEGBA together with SHANGO, for the evolution of owó -money-.

For this odun all ebos must wear akukó leri (this is the great secret).

Awo OGUNDA DIO when he learns Ifá he separates from the godfather.

Awo OGUNDA DIO must take his ELEGBA to the seashore and give ELEGBA an akukó -eyerbale- and the sea (YEMAYA), he will bathe and bring sea water to his bathing house.

For this Oddun a procession is made inside the house to OBATALA.

Oddún Ogunda Dio Osogbo:

Awo OGUNDA DIO has to respect the daughters of OSHUN a lot and never do evil to the contrary, since his wealth is in the hands of a daughter of OSHUN.

For this odun the lottery is played and the person gets out, to build their house or remodel it.

Here you have to keep the house clean and tidy in order to have a straight path.

Ogunda Odi in Ire:

This Ifá for a woman will have a male child.

Feed her at your door for happiness to enter.

For this Ifá, when you do not have a house, work must be done with OBATALA and ELEGBA in order to obtain it, since OGUNDA DIO must have a house of his own.

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Ogunda Di:

The Awó does not sit in a bottomless chair.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ogunda Dio:

When ORUNMILA separated from DADI.

Refran: OGUNDA DIO the way we went to the outward journey went well and on the way back they loaded us.

NOTE: To the person who has this odun, you have to put a mirror on his OGUN lined on the edge with ashó fun fun and pupua and sewn with thread (oú) fun fun, dun dun and pupua. So that he lives on top of OGUN looking out.

At that time Ifá (ORUNMILA) had OGUN and ELEGBA as his messenger and he was married to a woman named DADI. One day ORUNMILA sent OGUN and DADI to look for something that he had left at a friend's house. He lived fifteen days away from ORUNMILA's house in the country of Ayo.

ORUNMILA took a mirror that allowed him to see from a distance and he observed the travelers and thus followed them every night for 15 days, as far as he knew they arrived safely. On the way back, ORUNMILA kept observing them with his mirror, every night his messenger and his wife lying next to each other.

The night they were just a day from home, he saw them in the mirror lying together and hugging. ORUNMILA suffered bitterly from this double infidelity and said to himself: I have sent my absolute trust and my wife to make a thirty-day trip.
cheated and betrayed.

The next day the culprits arrived, OGUN greeted ORUNMILA upon entering saying: IBORU IBOYA IBOSHESHE, he answered the greeting and said: You have acted as a good messenger on the way out, but on the way back you have been wrong and at the last minute you have offended me, but it does not matter, where is the object that you had to bring me OGUN ?. This gave it to him;
ORUNMILA said to him: Thank you, now go home with that woman.

This is how ORUNMILA and DADI separated. OGUN and DADI left together.

Ogunda Dio - Traditional Nigerian Ifa.


Ó seun seun lalo
Ó sèèyàn sèèyàn lábò
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
You tí n soko Àdí
Tí Ògún n soko Epo
Nígbà ti Ògún n re ibi àtòkè dokè
Wón yes móo gba Obìnrin òrée won lówó
Bí ààyé bá Síílè fún un
Ògún bá wá gba Obìnrin Òrúnmìlà
Pé kó tèlé òun lo si òkèèrè
Ó féé mú Àdí lo
Ògún bá mú Àdí lówó lo
Tí ón yes fi gbé gbogbo osù tí ón gbé lóhùún
Kò yes I laso wò rí
Sùgbón ngbà tí wonó móo bò
Tó ku ibùsò diè kí won or dé ilé
Ilè su won
ni on bá sun
Oorun pa won pò
Obìnrin bán jaarunpá lu Ògún
Òrúnmìlà ti rí gbogbo è nlé
Torí àwòyeróye Awo Ilé Òrúnmìlà
Òun ti na Ìbon yes on
You you n woyee won
Ògún Sá se bí eré
Kò lè mú u móra mó
Bí Obiin tí n seé yes Ògún
Ògún ò sì ti yà si I télè
Ògún bá a sùn
Ngbà tí on dé ilé
Ìtira ò jé or lè de odo Òrúnmìlà mó
Obìin bá padà délé
'Ògún dà'?
Ó ní n bò
Òrúnmìlà ni bíi báwo?
'Ta n mú o lo'?
'Fixed tea lo ìrìn àjò'
'Kò wáá níí wá mó ni'?
Okán Ògún yes n me
Ngbà or said kan
Òrúnmìlà bá pàdé Ògún lésè ò gbèjì
O Niwo Ogun
'Ó sì seun seun lalo'
'Ó sèèyàn sèèyàn lábò'
'Ó kààbò rébété'
'Ó wáá ba ìyókù jé'
Òrúnmìlà ló dáa
'I know or do Àdí ni'
'Móo gba Àdí'
'Bóun mú Epo'
Òrúnmìlà bá gba Epo
Ògún bá mú Àdí
Láti ijo náà ló ti di pé Ògún àti àdí
Àwon méjèèjì ni won jó n sùn won jo n jí
Ó seun seun lalo
Ó sèèyàn sèèyàn lábò
Ó kù rébété lo wá bàyókù jé
A day fún Ògún
Èyí tí n lo rèé do Àdí
Ògún or do Àdí
Or gba Àdí
Ifá waá gba Epo lówóo re
Ògún lo did Àdí
Nifá fi gba Epo lówóo re.

Ifá advises this person to exercise restraint in matters with women, especially with the wife of his intimate ally, so that the woman does not create enmity between them. This person must be faithful to this friend, because if not, an affair between him and the friend's wife can lead to a chain of bad things.

He did very well on his journey
He was very human when he returned from his day
He made divination for Òrúnmìlà
That he had ever been Àdí's husband
And Ògún who had once been Epo's husband
Ògún went to a destination that transcends the hills on one occasion
Many years ago, one could take a friend's wife
If there was a possibility on her part
As a consequence Ògún came for Òrúnmìlà's wife
To accompany him abroad on his journey
He wanted to travel with Àdí
So Ògún decided to take Àdí
For months they stayed in a foreign city
Ògún never intended to be with her intimately
But when they were coming back
Only about two miles from home
It was getting dark
They slept on the road
They slept together
The woman lay down in a very seductive way
So Orúnmìlà had seen everything from home
Because of the magic exposure
He saw through his Òsùn
Is looking at the whole scene
Ògún, without exercising self-control,
Could not contain the invitation
The woman's actions were too obvious
So far Ògún had never touched her
All at once, Ògún had sex with her
When they came home
He was careful due to his act of treachery; I couldn't go to Orúnmìlà's house
When Àdí arrived at casarúnmìlà's house
Únrúnmìlà asked: 'Where is Ògún'?
The woman lied telling him: 'He will come later',
'Why did he do that'? replied to Òrúnmìlà
Òrúnmìlà counterattacked saying: 'Who ran it'?
'What did you do with him on the trip'?
Orúnmìlà, surprised, wondered 'He won't show his appreciation'?
However, Ògún was afraid to visit Òrúnmìlà
But on a fatal day
Òrúnmìlà met Ògún on the way
He accused him by saying: 'You Ògún',
'You did very well on your trip'
'You were very human on your return trip'
'If I had been persistent'
'But it spoiled everything'
Únrúnmìlà continued 'That's fine',
'Now that you've had sex with Àdí'
'You can now have it permanently'
'But you will have to change it and give me Epo'
Òrúnmìlà took Epo instead
Ògún took Àdí
Since then, Ògún and Àdí became one
They slept and woke up together
He did very well on his journey
He was very human to return from his journey
Just have a little perseverance
He made divination for Ògún
The one who was going to have sex with Àdí
Ògún, you were having sex with Àdí
You grabbed Àdí
Instead Òrúnmìlà took Epo from you
It was Ògún who had sex with Àdí
And Ifá took Epo from him.

Eshe of Ogunda Di (3-7):


This Eshu lives in a doll, which is carved, in a male jagüey wood. The lerí is drilled, where the load is placed:

Load: Lerí de adan, eye of ologbo, ekú, ejá, akukó, 7 different lands, (they wonder), eru, obi, kolá ,, osun, aira, obi motiwao, ivy, ewé ashorí, ewé mowo, Garro grass, tete, gugu, atiponlá, quicksilver, 21 igí, 21 ataé, 21 ewereyeye, ekú, ejá, epo, otí, otí kana, efún, gold, silver, bronze, amber, jet, ivory, an ikín.

After the doll is sealed, a deep clay pot is taken and the following Athena of Ifá is painted in the bottom. The bottom of the casserole is divided into four parts. In the upper right quadrant, OSHE TURA is written. In the upper left: OGUNDA DIO. In the lower right:

OTURA SHE and in the lower left: OKANA SA. Inside that casserole, the loaded doll is put. It goes to the foot of a
croto bush. Where a hole is opened and buried. At 21 days, it is removed. Before putting the doll into the pot, to proceed to its burial, it is wrapped in mariwó.

At 21 days the pot is dug up and smashed at the cemetery gate. In the hole an akukó is given with ekú, ejá, epo, otí and gbogbo tenuyen. And everything is buried there.

The Malaguidí ELEGBARA doll is washed with ewé awade, croto leaves and is given a hutía to eat. A sash is hung from the doll's waist, with 7 snails. He lives dressed as a mariwó. It's the noise.

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