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Herbs for Omi Ero

Ewe Ifa (ifa herbs) for the omi ero The following list contains some of the commonly used ewe for washing Ikin Ifa.  However, the list is not exhaustive.  So, the oluwo is at liberty to include other ewe, but the ewe to be added must be …

Materials for Omi Ero

Materials for Omi Ero These are the materials used in omi ero Elements for omi ero ) Obi abata (kolanuts) with four lobes ) One pod of ataare ) Orogbo (bitter kola) ) Oti (Gin) ) Omi (water) A big bowl

Prayer to Osanyin

PRAYER TO OSANYIN: This is a way of praying to orisa osanyin  Gentle, easy lift Cool headedness Walnut shell cut the dog’s mouth Herbs is a child of the morning Medicine is a child of the morning Greeting Herbs (Greeting Osanyin)

Osanyin Symbols

Osanyin Symbols  These are the symbols of ORISA osanyin  The commonest symbol of Òsanyìn is what is called "ÒPÁ ÒSANYÌN" (Òsanyìn's staff) which has at least three branches at the top and made of iron. Other symbol of Òsany…

Osanyin Taboo

Osanyin Taboo  These are the things which are taboo for osanyin and his worshippers.  Taboos are: • Palm kernel oil • Roasted corn • Tobacco (smoking, snuffing or licking) • Camwood usage and Native chalk.

Osanyin Feeding Materials

Osanyin Feeding Materials  These are the list of items used to Feed or worship orisa osanyin  Òsanyìn feeding materials are: • Alligator pepper • Kolanut/bitter kola • Liquor, water • Snail, hen, pigeon, ewe, goat. • Ground and cooked wh…

Mode of worshiping / Appeasing Osanyin

Mode of worshiping / Appeasing Osanyin  The followings are ways of worshipping or appeasing ÔRISÂ osanyin  Mode of worship:  Òsanyìn is usually fed through IFA.  Whenever IFA is fed, it is believed that Òsanyìn had also been fed.  He is …

Facts about Osanyin

Check out 15 amazing facts about Òsanyìn ( Tutelary divinity of medicine) 1: He was appointed as the patron of health 2: He is known as the divinity of medicine in whose custody healthcare delivery system is because he is an expert in he…

Origin and history of osanyin

OSANYIN: Lord of Plants__ The Pantheon of the Yoruba is a complex interweaving of ORISHAS, deities whose domains and qualities form an intricate pattern of interdependence.  Osanyin, lord of all plant life, is an ORISHA whose domain inex…

Omi Ero

Omi ero is known as the mixture of some specific Ifa herbs to carry out some spiritual duties or to serve as an antidote to a limited problem.  Omi ero which literally means “Omi” (Water) and “ero” (antidote) is being used by several bab…
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