Otura Bara

another bara

Ifá says that the good fortune of people who had not seen for a long time, will come to this person. Otura Bara.

Other names for Otura Obara: 

  • Otura Obara.
  • Otura Bara.

Born in the odu Otura Bara:

  • Eshu ALABONI.
  • The sorcery of buying EGUN.
  • IGBEWORE, OSANYIN's mother.
  • The 4-eyed Ikines.
  • That for the first time the door of Osha's room was knocked.
  • AFEKETE and HOULA SHOMAFU, AZOJUANOS.
  • It is where the alliance with the weakest is sought to be stronger.
  • It says that EGUNs live in swamps and bogs.
  • The war between OSANYIN and AZOJUANO began.
  • There is a need to do Santo (YOKOOSHA).

What is the sign Otura Obara talking about?

  • The person is like the horse.
  • It is the Odu of great secret of justice, disease and death.
  • Speak sadism.
  • When this Odu comes out, he will first wonder if ELEGBA is the Guardian Angel.
  • They stole the horse, beat it and killed it with thirst and hunger.
  • You must receive ELEGBA.
  • The man looks for a woman in a hurry and runs into the Devil.
  • Anything found with AALE should not be touched.

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Recommendations of the Otura Bara sign:

  • This is where an alliance with the weakest is sought to be stronger and defeat the enemy of the powerful.
  • In this Ifá there is an urgent need for YOKOOSHA (Saint) to regain health and then do Ifá.
  • There is a need for this Odu to clean itself with cocoa butter, husk, beef, fish, roasted corn, honey, in the name of ODUDUWA, and take it to the mountains together with the cleaning of ministries that is previously done before AZOJUANO.
  • Baths with grass: Sargasso, canutillo and brandy.

Sayings of Otura Bara:

  • Knowing too much is bad.
  • Do not enjoy what others suffer.
  • The man in a hurry runs into the Devil.

prohibitions from Otura Obara:

  • He cannot mock the evil of others.
  • Otura Bara forbids to dye your hair and cut it very short.
  • For this Ifá, he is not in a hurry since he can run into the devil.

Says Ifa odu Otura Bara:

That he is sick to his stomach. He wants to be rich. Never say that you know a lot, because that is where your misfortune lies. Take a shower every day. Do something to OBATALA. He had a dream last night. He is a mocking person and has a fast like a horse, he likes to masturbate. She has to find her husband. They ordered him to pray and he did not. In his house, nobody believes in the Saints and for that reason, the Saints are going to destroy his house. Do not keep doing the ugly thing you do, because it will harm your health. Do not get close to any quadruped animal. He has a project, which will work for him, if he feeds Eshu. Do not run so much and be calm. You have to bathe with Ifá herbs and four new dishes, so that you can rinse them with clean water, because you have been bathing for a long time and not rinsing. You have to do Santo for health. You must receive ELEGBA as soon as possible. He likes to enjoy the evil of others. You cannot rush to choose your wife. It has its lazy nature. He has to swear in OSANYIN, to neutralize his enemies.

Prayer of the Odu Otura Bara:

OTURA BARA OTURA MUNI OBARA BAYE LELE INTORI AYARA OSHA WA  ALA ELEGBA AHINI SILEPE SHILEKUN BABA ARIKU BABAWA OTE NI OSHA ELEGBA ALABONI BAKE NILEYE YEYEKUN NI SHANGO YEYEKUN OYA, IBU LOSA IBU BIWA ILEKUN EYELE IFA KAFEREFUN ELEGBA, SHANGO, OBATALA OYA ATI YALODE.

Otura Bara's Ebbo:

Afoshé de Otura Obara to overcome difficulties.

Iyé (powder) is prepared with hides and skins of all animals, their legs, tails, eyes, tongue, head, hearts, tips of the wings of birds and birds; you cannot miss everything from tinea, nor the banana head of Fifeto, prodigious grass, blue matchstick, white matchstick, sea sage, queen's patico, French purslane, mongoose, hutia and smoked fish, red blood, ash, feathers of birds

This afoshé is put in a container next to OGUN and given a banana, along with OGUN and
OSHOSI.

With a little bit of this afoshé, the names of the enemies, 7 peppers, 7 wonder peppers, 7 graves cemetery land, 7 needles, black, white, red cloth. All of this is buried in a crab cave to destroy the enemy.

Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Otura Bara

This Oddun of Ifa, speaks of the need not to violate taboo. The opinion of the person will always be questioned. Also, due to mental problems, they cause weakness in your body, so it is inevitable to do Santo (YOKOOSHA) to obtain health.

This Odu speaks of sadism: sexual perversion in which voluptuousness is provoked and aroused by the tortures inflicted on another individual.

Here the AZOJUANOS AFEKETE and HOULA SHOMFO were born.

Here AZOJUANO is fitted with a carved wooden staff with a horse's head on the hilt.

EGUNs live in swamps and bogs.

Here the sorcery of buying EGUN was born.

In Otura Bara is where an alliance with the weakest is sought in order to be stronger and defeat the powerful enemy.

This was where the door of Osha's IGBODUN was knocked on for the first time and it was knocked on by Eshu LABONI, the slave of OSHUN.

Here IGBE WORE, OSANYIN's mother, was born.

Here began the war between OSANYIN and AZOJUANO.

In Otura Obara, the shells of Awó OTURA BARA's Epkuele are made with IROKO wood and they eat banana with SHANGO and AZOJUANO. Once a year you have to take him to the river and give him a pullet there, in the name of OSHUN, marking the Odu OSHE MEJI in the Epkuele.

For this Ifá, it is forbidden to get close to four-legged animals, they are not going to kick him, as well as he will be careful with the enemies, do not hold him and give him blows.

For this sign of Ifa, one must quickly receive ELEGBA.

In this Ifá there is an urgent need for YOKOOSHA (Saint) to regain health and then do Ifá.

There is a need for this Odu to clean itself with cocoa butter, husk, beef, fish, roasted corn, honey, in the name of ODUDUWA, and take it to the mountains together with the cleaning of ministries that is previously done before AZOJUANO.

Eshu ALABONI was born here, from the union of OBATALA and OSHUN.

Here the 4-eyed ikines were born, which were the ashé that OBATALA and OSHUN gave to their son ELEGBA.

Tips from the oddun of Ifa Otura Obara:

In this Ifá, the man takes a woman in a hurry and runs into the Devil, because he takes whatever is wandering around.

This Ifa sign predicts that if you have a child, be very careful what you say because he knows a lot. You have to do Osha (possibly ELEGBA) and then Ifá, if there is no greater cause that prevents it.

That boy has a lot of ash in his mouth.

Otura Bara forbids to dye your hair and cut it very short.

The person with this sign is the same as the horse, for anything he kicks; You can talk dirty and splash saliva when you stick the tip of your tongue out.

It is forbidden to eat bread, cornmeal.

Diseases that afflict Odu: stomach ailment, speech problems, body laxity, impotence, memory loss, ulcer, gastritis, testicular hernia.

Orishas that speak: ODUDUWA, AZOJUANO, Eshu ALABONI, ELEGBA, OSANYIN, OBATALA, OSHUN, SHANGO, OYA, OGUN.

Baths with grass: Sargasso, canutillo and brandy.

This sign (Otura Bara) of great secret of justice, illness and death.

This Ifá predicts that, when this Odu comes out and the Guardian Angel is going to be determined for the person, the first thing that will be asked about ELEGBA.

Here, when they went to do Osha to ELEGBA, he entered with OYA; when they went to bathe him, when introducing him into the pan, OYA said: ATEBO ORI NI OSHA ARONI LIAGUE. and they introduced ELEGBA to the punt.

When YOKOOSHA, they gave him a big cock on the head and it was SHANGO who put the ashé on his head.

ELEGBA was the first Osha to knock on Santo's door.

Here the person enjoys the evil of others.

Pataki of the sign Otura Bara

It was born for the first time to knock on the door of Osha's room.

In GUALONA land, where OBATALA lived, he had never become a Saint (YOKOOSHA) and many Saints lived, but they had not made consecrations to anyone. OBATALA had a son, whose name was ALABONI, and OSHUN had raised him. He was always up to mischief and pretending to be sick. OSHUN always went where his mother OYA was and she told him what her son ALABONI was doing. One day, she told OSHUN to take him to BAKERIOYO land, where Awó lived
ANOTHER BARA. They went through a lot of work to get to that land, because it was very far and you had to go through the land where ODUDUWA and AZOJUANO lived, but on the way she was singing:

AGO NILEO AWO IFA AGO NILEO AWO LALAROSHA

Awó OTURA BARA, who was at the door of his house and saw OYA and OSHUN who were coming with ALABONI, entered and threw the Okpele, OTURA BARA coming out. When they arrived, he picked up and began to clean ALABONI with smoked jutía and fish, corojo butter and sang:

ELEGBA NITA LAROYE NISIKO ELEGBA NITALAROYE NISEKU LABONI

he began to dance, ORUNMILA fed him corojo butter, coconut, jutía and smoked fish and told OSHUN and OYA that ALABONI had to be consecrated in Osha. Awó OTURA BARA gave him a dove and told him to give it to OBATALA and tell him to call all the Oshas, ​​so that for the first time Osha would be consecrated on earth
GUALOLA.

OSHUN did so and then Awó OTURA BARA kept her and ALABONI at her house for 3 days, cleaning them with different things. He gave him the herbs with which ALABONI was to be consecrated and told him to go to GUALOLA land. On the way he met SHANGO, who had eru, obi, kolá and osun naború to consecrate LABONI. She went out with him and was saying this prayer that Awó OTURA BARA had said to her:

ASHE ESHU ALABONI ASHE ESHU BA ALABONI OBATALA LAGUEDE ASHE ESHU BA ALABONI.

When SHANGO heard these words, he was very happy and continued with her and the two of them were singing to the land where OBATALA was. When they heard them, they were very happy and immediately all the Oshas arrived and took them to the door where OBATALA was, who was already prepared. ALABONI knocked on the door and they prayed:

SHINILEPO EYA OSHUN SHINILEPO OBATALA HOGUERA OMO LEYE NI LORUN OLORDUMARE NIRE OSHA.

OBATALA took a dove and gave it to her feet at the door and sang:

EDUN SHINILEPO EDUN SHINILEPO ARIKU BABAWA

Then ALABONI came in with OYA. When they went to bathe him, they went to put him in the pan, she said: ATOBO with the left foot.

ATIGUO OSHA ATOBO ORI NI OSHA ARENI TIAGUE

And they put ALABONI in the pan and bathed him. Then SHANGO put the ashé on his head. OLOFIN was very happy and the Oshas were too. And so he became a Saint for the first time on Earth.

Why OSANYIN talks dirty.

On this path, on the land IKOSIYU lived a King, who was OSANYIN OBASHINEGUN. In this land, the virtue of OSANYIN and his sons was in the stomach and not in the head. That is why he and his children could speak without moving their mouths, because they were ventriloquists.

OSANYIN was not Awó from ORUNMILA, but he was always at home, which in that land was called Awó OKINI FIFUN INU. OSANYIN did the work with herbs and sticks that had to be done in ORUNMILA's house.

OSANYIN and his children wanted to speak with their mouths, like the other Oshas, ​​so one day ORUNMILA did Osode to him, this Odu saw him and told him: So that they can speak with their mouth like the other Oshas, ​​they have to do 3 paralyzes with three cocks and three cocks.

OSANYIN made a single Paraldo with a rooster, where the voice came to his throat. But this was a thin, fanciful voice. Then, when he saw that his children began to speak like him, he was very upset and went to see ORUNMILA, telling him what was happening to him and his children. Then, ORUNMILA told him: What happened to you was that you did not do things completely.

So OSANYIN brought the 2 missing roosters and the two cocks of the paralyzed, to complete the ceremony that ORUNMILA had marked for him, so that his children could speak well. He did so and his children spoke well, but he continued to speak foul.

Otura Bara Ifa Traditional

ÒTÚRÁ ÒBÀRÀ

Odó tí mo fí n gúnyán
N ò níí fi gún Èlú
Àteè my tí mo fí n pàte Ìlèkè
N ò níí fi pàte Òrúnlá láíláí
A day fún Òtúá
A bù fún Olòbàrà
A day fún Kérénsèlé tíí seni ìketaa won
Wón ní kí wón ó rbo
Wón ní kí àwon métèèta or kojú mókè ìpòríi won
Wón ó móo bo Ifá
Òtúá n se béè
Olòbàrà náà n se bíi tÍfá
Kérénsèlé wá n se iyè méjì
Àbí kóun or se báyìí?
Àbí kóun or se tòhún ni?
Wón ní wón ó mó seyè méjì mó
Òtúá ò seyè méjì
Òbàrà ò seyè méjì
Òtúá là
Òbàrà là
Kérénsèlé waa n pé Ha!
Wón láwon ò wí fún o
Odó tí mo fí n gúnyán
N ò níí fi gún Èlú
Àteè my tí mo fí n pàte Ìlèkè
N ò níí fi pàte Òrúnlá láiíláí
A day fún Òtúá
A bù fún Olòbàrà
A day fún Kérénsèlé tíí seni ìketàa won
Awo lÒtúá or
Awo lÒbàrà
Kérénsèlé nìkàn ní n seyè méjì o.

Ifá wants this person to be well. Life will please you; Ifá advises him not to hesitate, but to offer sacrifice to his deity. Ifá is referring to a group of three people. The third person is the only one who should be advised to be more persistent and persevering in what they do together. They will get rich if they continue to work together faithfully.

The mortar and mortar mallet that I use to crush yam
I will not use it to crush the leaves of Èlú
The tray I use to display expensive bills
I will never use it to display dried okra
They were the ones who made divination for Òtúá
Also to Olòbàrà
And they also made divination for Kérénsèlé the third of the group
They were advised to offer sacrifice
The three of them were advised to continue seriously, venerating their Òkè ìpòrí
That they will continue to offer sacrifice to Ifá
Òtúá decided to abide by the advice of Ifá
Olòbàrà also decided to follow the instruction of Ifá
But Kérénsèlé began to doubt
'Should I do this?'
'Or should I not?'
They advised him 'Don't hesitate'
Òtúá had no doubt
Olòbàrà also hesitated at no time
Òtúá became rich
This is what happened with Olòbàrà
But Kérénsèlé was lamenting
They remembered 'We didn't tell him'?
The mortar and mortar mallet that I use to crush yam
I will not use it to crush the leaves of Èlú
The tray I use to display expensive bills
I will never use it to display dried okra
They were the ones who made divination for Òtúá
Also to Olòbàrà
And they also made divination for Kérénsèlé the third of the group
Òtúá is a royal priest
Òbàrà is also a royal priest
Kérénsèlé was the only one who doubted.

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