Oshe Di

oshe di

The one who owes and pays remains frank. Oshe di

In the sign Oshe di is born:

  • The great dissatisfaction of women, where there is no man to accommodate her.
  • What should Ebbó do to be born and to die.
  • Eshú Lalafan. He came down with this Oddun to Earth.
  • Shango puts a load of firewood on him and he cannot bear it, nor can he take it away.
  • You have to take care of your legs.
  • The Eshu of this Oddun is Eshú Lalafan, and he is the one who cleanses everything bad.
  • A ball is prepared to be thrown at the enemy (Arayé) in his house.
  • The person is the lamp of the street and the darkness of the house.
  • It is forbidden to get wet with rainwater.
  • The Ewé del Oddun is the winning stick.
  • There is talk of impotence in men and flow in women.
  • This is the Toad and the Pig speaking.
  • He cannot be kind to excesses.
  • The thief is not forgiven.
  • Talk about a pregnant woman.

The Oshe Odi sign points out:

  • Shango said that money should not be called so much because death can come with it.
  • You don't run when you see others running.
  • Talk about scarcity of everything.
  • The chicken, at birth, bends its beak to the ground, after it grows it makes war on the one who gave it its life.
  • When addimú is put on Oshún, it is also put on Yemayá.
  • Yemayá is given pork.
  • The woman steals from him.

Treatise of the Oddun of Ifa Oshe Di:

This is Oddun # 230 of the Lordly Order of Ifá.

This Oddun Oshe Di predicts not to accept the return of a defeated enemy.

His or her character can lead to aggressive acts.

The great dissatisfaction in women was born and there is no man who accommodates her.

For this Oddun, you have to take care of your legs, impotence in men and flow in women.

The Eshu of this Oddun is called Lalafan, who is the one who cleanses everything bad, works at midnight and lives covered in mariwó.

This Eshú must always have a small bag with ministries at his side.

The Ebbó for this Oddun is wrapped in a sack.

Meaning of the Oshe Sign di 5-7

  • For this Ifá, one must wear the necklace (ileké) of Oshún. Here Oshún is put pumpkin prepared to solve situations.
  • When this Oddun (Oshe Di) is seen to a person, the son needs a sight more than he does.
  • Here Ozayín had 201 children, 101 were good and the others were bad.
  • Here, the wife does not like the husband she has, as she hopes to have another. Since she had contact with her husband, she feels poor health, she will have to be careful with flows and other sexual diseases. There may be operation.
  • Here man lives on his feet. That is bad because it affects your legs and you get very exhausted.
  • This Ifa sign speaks of a pregnant woman.
  • Here the man doubts if the pregnancy is his, and will only be convinced when it is born.
  • Shango says not to call so much money because death can come with it.
  • Here we must give thanks to Oshún, meet her.
  • In this Ifá (Oshe di) there is a shortage of everything and to solve it, you must do Ebbó.
  • Here you have to be careful with a neighboring woman who visits your house, which is inverted. It will bring you trouble.
  • The chicken at birth bends its beak to the ground, after it grows it makes life impossible for the one who gave it life.
  • Here the person will have big problems with their children.
  • In this Oddun, when an addimú is added to Oshún, another is also added to Yemayá and vice versa.

You can read: Ifa Odi she sign

Oddun Oshe Di in Ire

  • For this Oddun, a ball is prepared to be thrown at the enemy in his house with: onion powder, tobacco ropes, gunpowder and 3 guinea peppers.
  • Here Shango has a load of firewood on him. It has weight that cannot be removed.
  • The person in this Oddun is the lamp of the street and the darkness of his house.
  • You have to be careful with disgust with children.
  • Oshe Di, prohibits getting wet with rainwater.
  • Prepare the work tools, you will have a lot of work to do.
  • Be careful with those who are criticizing you, they are going to have to go to your feet.

Oshe Odi sign in Osogbo

  • In this Oddun of Ifa pork is given to Yemayá. The pig is small, it is sacrificed in the house without giving the blood to any Deity, it is peeled well with hot water and it is opened and it is taken to the sea to Yemayá as an offering.
  • Also Yemayá is put chicharrones with green banana ladybugs viand.
  • Being greedy, you have to invest your money in wars that come your way.
  • He only believes in a Saint or Deity, he doubts Ifa.
  • You must be careful with the candle and liquids with high temperature, power lines, as it can burn.
  • In the Odu of Ifa Oshe Di, he goes to ruin for not believing in Orunmila, he is incredulous.
  • He is self-sufficient and despises others, and at the end of his mockery he loses with the one he believes is inferior.
  • Take care of yours first and then of others.
  • The client faces a conflict in which he or she behaves aggressively. He should not accept the enemy, if he was defeated, or the return of the same.

Other names of the Oddun Oshe Oddi

  • Oshe di.
  • Oshe Nishedi.

Sayings of the Oshe Di Sign:

  • The one who owes and pays, remains frank.
  • Take care of yours first and then of others.
  • Oloddumáre loves all things, but not excesses.
  • We must not accept the return of a defeated enemy.

Odu Oshe Odi Ifa Code of Ethics:

The Awó receives powers to overcome.

Oshe Di talks about:

  • This Oddun predicts that he won't run when he sees others running.
  • In this Oddun Oshe di was where Eshú turned the hot water tub to the pigs on top and Yemayá did not want them.
  • Here you have iron objects galore.
  • In this Oddun, the woman pawns her things and if her husband doesn't give her the money, she loses things. Your husband is going to get tired of giving you money, because despite everything he has given to the person, he has nothing because he has wasted it. Take care of that man, because you may lose him.
  • Here comes a luck after three adversities.
  • Prejudiced person, does not have a fixed word, has a lot of temper, is ungrateful and lacks everything. 
  • This Oddun predicts that you have to make Ebbó to be born and to die.

Says Ifa Sign Oshe Di

That the person was crying for a woman he had and saw recently, that he has to go back to her and they will be fine. Think of revenge, don't do it, because you say that a person has done something to you and sooner or later has to pay for it. There is a woman in your house who is pregnant. The person has to have another woman, who will be with another man, he is going to get her pregnant and he will believe that he is his son, but over time he has to be convinced, because the other man is clearer. Do not call the money so much, because it can be used for your burial. They are doing something that they think they are not seeing and they are looking at. To the person. he likes to save food from one day to the next. She has a plate that is torn, or a nightgown, which is torn from behind. It is something incredulous, because you are not believing what is said here. He owes Oshún for a miracle that she did to him, she is his mother. Be careful with a run and justice enters your house. You will have big problems with your children. She is a somewhat pernicious person and does not have a fixed word, has a great temper, is scarce in everything and is ungrateful.

For woman: You should take care of the belly, which is sick and there may be operations.

For men: The person makes sex life standing up, that is bad because it affects the legs and loosens their sexual potency. It is something powerless and Ebbó must do. You have to be careful with a woman friend or neighbor who visits your house, she combs her hair back and is inverted. He cares a lot about food, clothes, money, jewels and the good life, but he has never worried about arming himself with the Saint and when illness, adversity and other problems of life come, he will have to send running to greet the Saints.

Prayer of the Odu Oshe Di Ifa:

Oshé Modi Mode Adifafún Obara Baniregun Ifá Nire Ifá Kaferefún Iyalordé, Orunmila, Shango, Eshú Atí Obiní.

Oshe Di 7-5 Ebbo:

Oshe Odi's Ebbo to solve legal problems:

Rooster direct to Eshú, land of the house, name of the enemy, 1 fresh fish, land of jail or the place of the trial, hutía and smoked fish, corojo butter, other ingredients, a lot of money.

Work: Ball to throw it to the arayé in the door of his house, with onion, tobacco rope, etubón, 3 ataé; everything is crushed.

For for war:

1 rooster, 1 drum, 16 stones, trap, arrow, machete, knife, a lot of ashé, a lot of money.

Pataki of the Oshe Di sign:

When it rained money, snails and rifles.

Orunmila announced that it was going to rain money and it rained. And that snails were going to rain and they rained. And the people collecting snails and money, they said: What happens to Orunmila, who announces and does not go out to collect it? Look how stupid he is.

Then he announced that rifles and machetes were going to rain down, and no one wanted to go out. Orunmila collected them all. Soon after, a great war was unleashed to attack that town and the people had no weapons with which to defend themselves. And they had to buy the weapons from Orunmila, with the money and the snails they had collected. (Avoid getting rain water on it).

Oshe Di Ifa Traditional Nigerian

Isán níí sánrun
Òkàrá níí làrun gàgààgà
Òlùgbóngbó pajá mó je
Àwon ló díá fún Olánlègè tíí sawo Owá
Ó ní Owá ó làájé
Owá lajé
Ó ní Owá ó làáya
Owá gbé òpòlopò Obínrin níyàwó
Ó ní Owá ó bìímo
Owá bí òpòlopò omo
Ó ní Owá or kòólé
Owá kólé nlá
Ó lémìí Owá ó gùn
Owá gbélé ayé kanrin kése
Ó ní kí Owá ó rbo
Kó lòó tún ojú oórì baba è se
Kó mó baà rí baba è lójú ìran
Owá ní baba òun
Baba to you kú
Owá bá kò
Owá or rbo
Ngbà ó sùn njó kan
Baba è bá yo si I lójú oorun
Ní bá n sunkún
Bàbá òun
Háà bàbá òun
Wón ní se bí wón wín fún o
Sebí ìwo loò gbébo n rúrú
Àyìn éyìn ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Ó ní Isán níí sánrun
Òkàrá níí làrun gàgààgà
Òlùgbóngbó pajá mó je
Àwon ló díá fún Olánlègè tíí sawo Owá
Ó ní Owá ó làájé
Owá lajé
Ó ní Owá ó làáya
Owá laya
Ó ní yóó bímo
Owá bímo
Ó ní yóó rìí baba è lójú ìran
Owá ní baba to ti kú
Bóo lòun or did you laugh baba òun lójú ìran?
Owá wáá ri baba è lójú ìran
O lè seni ká e lájé
Olánlègè
O mò leè seni ò
Olánlègè
O lè seni ká e laya
Olánlègè
O mò leè seni ò
Olánlègè
O lè seni ká e bímo
Olánlègè
O mò leè seni ò
Olánlègè
O lè seni ká e kólé
Olánlègè
O mò leè seni ò
Olánlègè
O wáá leè seni títíítí ká e rí baba eni
Olánlègè
O mò leè seni ò
Olánlègè.

Ifá says in Oshe Di, that this person must take care of his / her priest / s. All the predictions of his priests will come to pass. If the father is alive, he must offer his Orí, but if he is dead, he must ask what his father accepts from him.

Isán níí sánrun
Òkàrá níí làrun gàgààgà
Òlùgbóngbó pajá mó je
They were the ones who made divination for Olánlègè, the priest of Owá
He predicted that Owá will have wives
Owá married many women
He predicted that Owá would have many children
Owá had twins and triplets as children
He said Owá will build a house
Owá built a mansion
He said owá will live a long time
And Owá grew old
He advised Owá to offer sacrifice
And that he must go to take care of his father's grave
So that he does not see his father in nightmares
Owá asked with some doubt 'My father?'
'The man who passed away years ago'
Owá refused
He didn't make the sacrifice
One day he was sleeping
And in his dream his father appeared
And I was like I was crying
He sobbing said: 'My father'
'Oh my father'
'Didn't we tell you?'
'Weren't you the one who refused to make the sacrifice?'
He belatedly began to praise his Babaláwos
He said Isán níí sánrun
Òkàrá níí làrun gàgààgà
Òlùgbóngbó pajá mó je
They were the ones who made divination for Olánlègè, the priest of Owá
He predicted that Owá will have riches
And it happened
He predicted that Owá will have wives
Owá had wives
He predicted that Owá would have children
Owá had twins
He said that Owá would see his father in his dreams
Owá said 'The man who died years ago'
'How will I see my father in dreams?'
Shortly afterwards Owá saw his father while he was sleeping
So can you make it possible for one to have wealth?
Olánlègè
You really can make it possible
Olánlègè
You can make it possible for one to have wives
Olánlègè
You really can make it possible
Olánlègè
You can make it possible for one to have children
Olánlègè
You really can make it possible
Olánlègè
You can make it possible for one to build a house
Olánlègè
You really can make it possible
Olánlègè
You can make it possible for you to see your father while you sleep
Olánlègè
You really can make it possible
Olánlègè.

Eshu of the sign of Ifa Oshe Odi:

ESHU LALAFAN.

This Eshu works to cleanse everything bad.

He works at twelve at night.

It is a doll that lives covered in mariwó.

His load is: dead bone, land of 7 graves, caught at 12 o'clock at night, other Eshu load. Eat rooster and pigeon. You always have to have a beanbag with beans by your side.

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