Ogun, the god of my ancestors.

The path-maker,He opens the ways for blessings and Protect our life.

Appeasing and Offering at Ogun shrine on festival day

Ogun,the brave orisha that work in the day and night .

Ogun is the orisha that is well-known  for his power of creativity.

The gods of hunters, woodcarvers, blacksmiths, barbers, mechanics, medicine men and much more.

Ogun is the Orisa who clears the way of all Obstacles and opens the way for Prosperity.

The Orisha that made path for all the orishas to come to earth when the way was blocked.


Ogun lakaye,onijaoole

ejemun Oluwanran

Adigirigiri re ibi Ija

Alaimonkan monkan eniyan ni o pe bi ogun ba gba ile

oun a si gba oko lo

Ta ni o sai mon pe orisha ti o gba ile, o le gba oko gba oko gba odo lowo eni.

Ogun ma mon ba n ja, ire ni o da wa fun mi..ase

Ogun yeeeeeeeeee

Ogun is econgnised by many in the world.In Benin,Ogun is known as Ogu, in Ghana he is Called Adade Kofi he indeed is respected throughout the world


Ogun is appeased on the following day of ifa week day in 4 days Yoruba spiritual week days of orishas that we call Ose Ogun.On the same day his brother Oososi is appeased as well.In my family, we appeased and  take care of Ogun every day for He has continuously to be that unshakable strenghth  for us.Every year we have big festival to celebrate the orisha of our ancestors that he is still stronly leading us in this mordern age.

Some of Ogun’s offerings are:
Aja (dog), Agbo (ram), Akuko (cock), Ijapa (tortoise), Igbin (snail), Emu Ope (palm wine), Oti (gin), Epo pupa (red palm oil), Obi Abata (4 lobed kola), Orogbo (bitter kola nuts), Ataare (alligator pepper), Esun Isu (roasted yam),etc..

Some of Ogun’s taboos are:
Adin (palm kernel oil), Ejo (snake).

Ogun takes part in our everyday activities,that is why whoever says Ogun has done nothing for him/her will be without nothing.The automobile is his,the tools,the technology,etc.Ogun manifest in all human endeavors.

Ogun yeee

Adekunle Ogun


35 Comments (+add yours?)

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    moju ba, baba omòrìsà ògún


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    Feb 05, 2013 @ 21:12:20

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  11. adekunleakangbeogun
    Apr 08, 2013 @ 13:40:38

    E ku ohun.


  12. Olanrewaju
    Oct 14, 2013 @ 21:47:32

    Thanks for your post here. I am working on the place of Ogun in intergroup relations among the Yoruba and this blog is valuable. Ogun a gbe wa o,asee


  13. cynthia
    Jul 01, 2014 @ 22:42:40

    I would like to know why palm kernel oil is taboo for Ogun? I gave my Ogun about three table spoons at the advice of someone. Now I am confused.


    • adekunleakangbeogun
      Jul 03, 2014 @ 05:03:31

      Aboru aboye o..
      If you observe closely,most orisha do not take Adin(palm kernel oil).
      Ifa shed lighfr on it in odu ogundadi, adin happened to be Orunmila wife, epo (palm oil) is Ogun’s wife. Long story short, OGUN and Orunmila fought over adin, adin was sent parking by Orunmila becauae she betrayed him,this also caused Ogun to lose his wife,epo, to Orunmila. Adin was also not welcomed by ogun as well.


  14. cynthia
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 12:53:53

    Thank you so much for the timely response and knowledge. Let me just add, when I was advised to purchase the palm kernel oil and offer to OGUN; I did out of my respect for OGUN. The product that I received was not clear –as palm kernel is clear. The product was red like regular palm oil–and thin. It was not the thick palm oil that is traditionally sold. When I looked up the ingredient’s, they were described as (palm kernel oil added).

    I asked ESU and OGUN to please excuse my mishap as I was offering the product out of true sincerity,

    Thank you again for your response opening this blog. I am happy that my head guided me to research the product (although I should have researched it prior to its use).


    • adekunleakangbeogun
      Jul 03, 2014 @ 13:12:42

      It’s my pleasure that I’m able to be of help.
      Adin is taboo for esu as well, it makes him angry a lot. Because you did not do this deliberately, you should not worry. Try to clean it off their pots.
      May Olofin Continue to guide us all.ase


  15. cynthia
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 13:37:10

    Thank you. Will do.


  16. Kolade Adeniran
    Sep 08, 2014 @ 16:53:04

    well done. Ogun a gbe wa o


  17. Ase IRE o
    Aug 09, 2015 @ 13:12:34

    Ogun lakaye gbe mi o


  18. Omodele oladayo
    Sep 04, 2015 @ 06:58:02



  19. adeyinka
    May 12, 2016 @ 21:19:07


  20. maja olawale
    May 27, 2016 @ 21:20:27

    https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsIs Ndoko Eshiwele ever related to ogunin anyway? Does folklore say ndoko eshiwele is the abode of ogun in heaven?if so pls onfirm.


  21. adekunleakangbeogun
    Jun 25, 2016 @ 12:08:43

    Omo jesu Omo ku igbiyanju. Olopolo bintin, ti o gbe Ile baba re sonu ti n sa kiri te Le baba o ni baba. O Ba fi emi ti orun pelu olorun sile , bi iwo Ba se iwadi bi oro Jesu ati esin kirisiteni se wa si aye ati nkan ti awon oyinbo fi se fun dudu ni , iwo ko ni mon wu iwa olopolo kukuru. E ma se iwadi yin dada … 2016 ni a wa yi, oju ti la . Emi ki I se awon ti o Le ma hale esin abi Jesu mon o. Ki e je ki Orin yin o pe .
    Bi o n ti o ri lori blog mi n Ba ni o ni ara , se dandan ni ki o ka ni. O se gbe oju re si ibomiran.


  22. Ahmed sola
    Apr 02, 2017 @ 23:22:42

    God fist, Ogun second.I lov ogun.


    • adekunleakangbeogun
      Apr 02, 2017 @ 23:42:53

      Thanks for your comment . It’s actually no competition…Any traditionalist know it.. the place of Olodumare is supreme…Orishas are our guardian angels/spiritual entities or energies…


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