Showing posts with label obi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label obi. Show all posts

Friday, May 10, 2024

Saturday, April 6, 2024

OBATALA the great ORISA that give obi it's power

OBATALA the great ORISA that give obi it's power

OBATALA the great ORISA that give obi it's power 


It is not a doubt that OBATALA is the ORISA for authority and that is why you can't do without him.

Have you ever ask where Obi got it's power from?

There is no feeding of any ORISA that they would not cast Obi.

They have to cast obi to know if the feeding is successful or not.

The role of obi cannot be underestimated because obi tells us if there is something that is still needed to be done after the each ceremony or feeding of ORISA.

I have been wandering how Obi got that power to speak and I always thought it was IYAAMI ELEYE and IYAMOPO that give obi it's power until I consult IFA .

OBATALA is the ORISA for authority, there is no authority outside OBATALA and there is no authority without OBATALA.

Whether you believe in OBATALA or not.

There is no way you would do anything without casting Obi .

Obi is powered by OBATALA, the authority to grant authority to Obi 

Respect the old man,
The creator of all

The son of OBATALA 

Monday, February 12, 2024

Avoid spiritual fraud when casting Obi - video of how powerful obi is cast

Avoid spiritual fraud when casting Obi - video of how powerful obi is cast

Avoid spiritual fraud when casting Obi

Casting of Obi should be draw from the energy within you.

You don't need to set the obi before casting ,you speak the word of authority to the obi and it obeys .

After feeding of ORISA ,you don't need to set the obi in your hand.

You just need to speak with the obi if the feeding or the Ebo sacrifice is a accepted or not .

Look at this video for instance ..

Sunday, January 14, 2024





As science advances and disease prevention becomes the norm rather than the exception, experts all over the world are examining the various food categories available to mankind, with the aim of identifying the health-giving properties inherent in each, and developing them in supplement forms.

Called food supplements — as opposed to synthetic multivitamins — they help in keeping sicknesses at bay, unlike the medicines of yore that are mostly indicated in the treatment of diseases.

Modern medical trends, physicians say, now tend towards disease prevention through foods, hence the often quoted words of the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates, who admonished, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

The majority of people who wish to eat healthy may also miss out on the fact that cooking sometimes destroys or reduces certain elements that should nourish the body. Nutritionists say while some foods are better eaten cooked, some — such as fruits and certain vegetables — are better eaten raw in order to make us get the most of each nutrient.

Again, some plant-based foods that may also serve as snacks or occasional foods have a lot they can achieve for mankind in the hands of seasoned scientists.

Such is the bitter kola, botanically called garcinia kola (orogbo in Yoruba), which has become a household name in the prevention and treatment of ailments such as arthritis, reduction of eye pressure, treating hangover and improving lung function.

According to a Professor of Pharmacognosy, Maurice Iwu, who is also the Chief Executive Director of Bioresources Development Group — a research-based outfit that has developed many medicinal African plants into viable dietary supplements marketed under the aegis of Intercedd Health Products — the traditional use of plants for medicinal purposes serve specific functions, either in disease prevention or treatment, hence the global recourse to plant-based medicines.

He says plant-based supplements are referred to as nutraceuticals; that is “substances that may be considered food or part of a food and provide medical or health benefits, including the prevention and treatment of diseases.”

One of such is the bitter kola, which has been developed into a product called the Cold Cap.

Generally used as a social snack and offered to guests in some cultural settings, bitter kola has been indicated in the treatment of laryngitis, general inflammation, bronchitis, viral infections and diabetes.

Iwu says the kola, when processed into food supplement, also serves as rejuvenating agent and general antidotes for certain conditions.

Improved respiratory function

Indeed, a study published in The Internet Journal of Pulmonary Medicine and authored by Mr. David Ofusori of the Igbinedion University, states that “garcinia kola improved respiratory function after 28 days of use of a garcinia extract on laboratory rats.”

Ofusori and his team depose that bitter kola works by dilating the alveolar ducts and sacs in the lungs by improving the strength of the fibres in the lung tissue.

Indeed, users say they have had lasting relief from chesty coughs by merely eating a lobe of bitter kola.

Bitter kola aficionado, Mrs. Tokunbo Benson, says the first time a friend advised her to chew the bitter kola when she saw her cough endlessly, she doubted its efficacy but tried it anyway. That was after she had taken an assortment of cough mixtures that didn’t seem to have any positive effect on the condition. Such is the power of bitter kola.

Iwu confirms that “Bitter kola is a food supplement and an anti-infective agent in the management of cold, bronchitis and reduction of congestion of the upper respiratory tract.”

He says since many people may not be able to withstand the bitter taste of the kola, having it in food supplement form without any form of unnatural enhancement makes it durable for use at all times.

Friday, January 12, 2024




If you want to break kolanuts for Ifá or Òrìsà, you will first break the kolanuts into four pieces/halves. 

 You will put two pieces at your right hand and two pieces at your left hand.

After that, you will show Ifa or the Òrìsà you're propitiating your right and left hands by saying "this is my right hand" and "this is my left hand". 

After this, you will say that " it is ten fingers that enter the mouth of Olójà (Ifá or Òrìsà). After that, you will say,

the Priests inside the house, the Priests outside the house, the Apetebi wives of Orúnmìlà and people who sit down, this is the Kolanuts".

 You will throw the Kolanuts to Ifá or the Òrìsà. 

Source: AWOLADE A.