Showing posts with label osoosi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label osoosi. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Osoosi Taboo

Osoosi Taboo

Osoosi Taboo

Osoosi Taboo are what must not be used to feed him.

This item must never be used to feed osoosi.

The taboo are the following 

Osoosi Taboos include: 

Snake flesh, 

Alligator and other reptiles.

Thank you 
Osoosi shrine and groove

Osoosi shrine and groove

Osoosi shrine and groove 

For those of us that want to have osoosi shrine and groove, we can use the following items to set up your shrine.

Your shrine must contain the following items if you are osoosi devotee and child

Òsóòsi grove: items 

 Bow made of iron,

 brass and bronze are usually found in the shrine. 

In absence of this, the ground is used to represent the shrine of Òsóòsi.
Osoosi feeding Materials

Osoosi feeding Materials

Osoosi feeding Materials 

Every ORISA has their own way and technique of feeding them.

Osoosi feeding Materials are what I would be listing below.

Òsóòsi feeding materials are:

• Kolanut with 3 valves

Bitter kola, 





boiled beans.

If there is any feeding Materials , then it would be reveal to you in the shrine 
Symbols of osoosi

Symbols of osoosi

Symbols of osoosi

Every ORISA has a symbol, they have what we used to represent them in a simple diagram .

Osoosi is not left behind with his own symbols.

The symbols are there to help us associates with the ORISA .

Òsóòsi symbols are: 

Hunting bow made of iron, brass or bronze.

Bamboo leaves are Used instead of palm fronds as used by Ogun

Sunday, July 2, 2023

Facts about Osoosi

Facts about Osoosi

Òsóòsi also known as Oxoosi by the Brazilians is one of the indigenous and prominent Orisa in Yoruba religion and he had facts that will interest you. 

Below are 15 amazing facts about Òsóòsi.

1.: He was a great hunter who used ofá ( bow and arrows) for hunting plus he is a great archer.

3: He is very closely related to Ogun, that people are of the belief that Òsóòsi is the second-in-command to Ògún.

4: Òsóòsi is known to be a powerful Irunmole who is good in hunting and who is generous, gregarious and likable type.

5: He uses the skin of leopard as his clothes and sometimes that of the deer.

6: Òsóòsi was syncretized with some Saints. Saints Sebastian or Saint George of the Candomble and Saint Norbert of the Santeria.

7: He is also a good security acting similar to police officer that protects the habitants of one area.

8: He is also the one that owns a prison, he decides if somebody is to be set free or locked down.

9: He is also a good magician, soothsayer, warrior and fisherman

10: He resided in the forest, he spent most of his time in the forest and at the river bank