Eru egbe omo omi


  • EGBE {ELERIKO}
  • Mysteries of the Spirit world – Egbe/Spirit Child
  • Every person enjoys the company of these companions in the heavens before they come to earth. When a person comes from heaven, there are many groups that they may be associated with. One of these groups is called Egbe Emere, which is one of the most powerful groups.

    Their spirit has already made an agreement with the powers that be. This agreement may be for money, long life, children, etc. This agreement depends on the individual. In some cases a person may have a husband or wife during their time in the heavens and they may have made a promise to this significant other.

    They may have promised not to take another husband or wife when they travel to earth. Or they may have promised only to spend a day, week or month on earth.

    If the agreement was broken while on earth an individual will experience many problems in their earthly life. It is important that a person makes a sacrifice to the Egbe Emere, Didi Eru Egbe or the relevant Egbe Orun for their particular situation when they arrive to this world.

    Some people have Egbe Orun in the ocean. Some have Egbe Orun in a particular tree. Everyone has Egbe or spirit companions that they were close to while in heaven. On the day when he returned from a journey, he found that the money was missing. He thought that one of his Omo Awo had stolen it. The money kept coming up missing and Orunmila discovered that it was his Egbe disrupting his life.

    Afterward, he performed the necessary sacrifice, feeding them. After doing this, the money stopped disappearing. The problems that people have will manifest in different ways. Some will lose jobs, or have problems with childbirth and other may have problems with marriage and relationships, it depends on the individual circumstance.

    It is the Egbe that has the power to to take essential things from someone to make their life unhappy, it is usually done because of a broken agreement. It is not everyone that is Abiku, that will die during their naming ceremony or during their wedding, but for some it is the case. The Egbe Orun take them because it is their original agreement. They made the promise before going to earth, that they would return to heaven after spending only seven 7 days on earth.

    The three mothers of these children went to get a reading from the same babalawo. Only one mother made the appropriate sacrifice.

    They were told not to have a big naming ceremony or party at the birth, only they should give the child their name. The other two mothers used the money for the sacrifice to have a large ceremony. During the naming ceremony the Egbe Orun called the children home. When they got to Omo Asawo he was able to send them away because of the sacrifice that his mother made. It is the destiny of some people to be very powerful on earth. For some people a very small seeming insignificant thing will turn into something very large and important through the Egbe.

    It is important for people to always take care of their Egbe Orun. In the case of a sick child it is especially important, because the problems with that child can likely be caused by the Egbe Orun. Babalawo Owolabi Aworeni.

    Here is one of the mysteries! All human beings have peers in heaven so the prophets of old say. Those who do not have peers in heaven cannot live on earth. This notwithstanding, some people are more active in their heavenly peer groups than others. These people take positions of responsibilities in their groups. These are the people known as Elegbe or Alaraagbo. There are also some other groups of heavenly peers who chose as part of their destinies to die young so that they will return to their heavenly groups in a very short period of time.

    These are known as Abiku or Emere. In general, Egbe as a spiritual entity supports its members, protects them, and gives those children, wealth, and health and so on. Many Elegbe children assume leadership position because they were leaders of their group while in heaven before they were born.

    Consequently, the leadership roles they assume on earth here is nothing but an extension of the various positions they occupied in heaven. Egbe or Alaraagbo is a lively spiritual entity and it believes in people making good their promises made in heaven and period! To Egbe, if you make a promise, do fulfill your promise. Many Elegbe make promises in heaven, which they eventually find difficult to fulfill here on earth due to one reason or the other.

    The Egbe will however insist that the promises be fulfilled. They will make these people go through series of traumatic experiences until they fulfill these promises or make all the necessary atonement through the performance of rituals.

    It must however be noted that Egbe, Alaraagbo, Abiku or Emere are not idols. Symbols of Egbe There meeting place may be located near a stream or river, at the foot of a banana or plantain tree of plantation..

    These are the people known as Elegbe or Alaraagbo. There are also some other groups of heavenly peers who chose as part of their destinies to die young so that they will return to their heavenly groups in a very short period of time.

    These are known as Abiku or Emere. In general, Egbe as a spiritual entity supports its members, protects them, and gives those children, wealth, and health and so on.

    EGBE {ELERIKO}

    Many Elegbe children assume leadership position because they were leaders of their group while in heaven before they were born. Consequently, the leadership roles they assume on earth here is nothing but an extension of the various positions they occupied in heaven. Egbe or Alaraagbo is a lively spiritual entity and it believes in people making good their promises made in heaven and period!

    To Egbe, if you make a promise, do fulfill your promise. Many Elegbe make promises in heaven, which they eventually find difficult to fulfill here on earth due to one reason or the other. When they are found and brought back home, they take off again.

    Adetayanyan, one of Egbe is usually responsible for this. B Kleptomania: Compulsive stealing has been traced to Eleeko. At times, runaway kids are also kleptomaniacs. C Bed-wetting: After the age of three in most cases, kids are expected to stop bed-wetting.

    But there some adult who bed-wet. Igba didi can also correct this abnormality.

    Mysteries of the Spirit world – Egbe/Spirit Child

    D Compulsive lying or stubbornness: Compulsive liars are also related to Eleeko. They will then be reciting Egbe chants, invoking sprits to partake in the entire ritual. Procuring the ritual materials from the market can be harzardous, especially when it involves the liberation of a spouse from his or her spritual mate.

    Monies will be mysteriously lost, materials which cannot be subsituted will be missed out, and at times, the buyer forgets his way home and wanders aimlessly.

    Fatal accidents could be reported, all because of the fierce opposition of spirit entities. All the incidents are targeted at thwarting the efforts to free the victim.

    Once all the materials are ready and arranged, the calabash is wrapped in red or perhaps white. The calabash is then placed on top of it. The client is also dressed in crimson linen and in a file, the gathering will head for the chosen river.


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