Biblical Sarah and the Agbon Festival in Ile-Ife (Part 2)

Here, the connection between the goddess Osara and the biblical Sarah will be discussed. For Part 1 kindly visit this link.

A useful way of determining whether or not Osara and Sarah are the same person is to compare certain itan (stories, events) in their lives that stand out and then determine whether or not their themes are consistent and repetitive. If yes, the implication is that such repetitive itan – a fact of Ifa – are fractals and unique to Osara and Sarah, like a signature that goes way beyond their DNA to their Ori (consciousness).

Once upon a time, probably before the creation of Adimu/Adamu and Iya, the gods including Oduduwa, Osara and Olokun lived as gods among the Aku people in Ile-Ifẹ. Olokun was married to Oduduwa but had no child so she persuaded him to marry Osara her friend who then gave birth to Okanbi. After some time rivalry developed between both wives as Olokun remained childless while Osara gave birth to a son named Okanbi. Eventually she left the home for Osara.

Many years later, after the global deluge, was the beginning of a another era marked by the birth of the irunmoles to man to live among man as orishas (sort of like special role models). According to the biblical texts mutated by the Amorites, Oduduwa (Abraham/Ibrahim is a name fabricated by some very deranged oyinbo aka Amorites) was the first of the gods to be born as a man to be the progenitor of the Aku people. Each time he is always the progenitor. The biblical Sarah was married to Oduduwa but was childless for quite a while. Most likely, her childlessness was because of the way she treated Olokun in the aforementioned previous lifetime. Unsurprisingly, she encouraged Oduduwa to have a child by Hagar their Egyptian (the people labeled by the oyinbo as Bantu are the true Egyptians) maidservant who then bore him a son named Ishmael. After a while Osara began to receive from Hagar the same treatment she (Osara) gave to Olokun but, unlike Olokun, she stayed put while Hagar had to leave. Eventually, she bore a son named Ajaka (not Isaac) who is Okanbi and was Oduduwa’s heir. Also, Okanbi sired Ọranmiyan.

The patterns discernible from the above are:

  • Osara is always the wife of Oduduwa which is further proof that the name Abraham is deceitful (Hint: the ‘ham’ in ‘Abraham’ is actually ‘wa’; strike out the ‘m’ and compare the meaning of ‘wa’ in Yoruba names/titles like Oluwa and compare with the meaning of ‘Ham’ as speculated by the Amorites).
  • Osara has been the mother of Oduduwa’s heir. Perhaps it is because when she and Olokun were asked to perform sacrifices to bear children she obeyed but Olokun did not. (After some time Ọrunmila the Oyigiyigi (Rock of Ages) performed a big sacrifice for Olokun and she got her heart’s desire.)
  • Ọranmiyan a.k.a. Aku (not Yakub) has been heir to Okanbi/Ajaka and son of Osara.

It is very obvious that the name Sarah is actually Osara as pronounced by the Aku and Ile-Ifẹ is the city of the gods. The re-incarnation points to the importance of applying suuru (patience) to do to others as we want done to ourselves, develop iwa pẹlẹ (gentle character), not react unnecessarily harshly and carry out acts of vengeance, and not fight against our ori.


2 thoughts on “Biblical Sarah and the Agbon Festival in Ile-Ife (Part 2)

  1. But Biblical Sarai was the barren one. Seeing that she was unable to give children to her husband Abraham she introduced him to Hagar that bore for him Ismael, that ‘father of Arabs’. After she became mother of Isaac, her named changed to Sarah. So the ‘equivalent’ of Sarah is not Osara, but Olokun, who had the same problem, reaction and result.


    • In the history of the Omo Oodua, Osara is one of the wives of Oduduwa, which implies that Abraham is actually Oduduwa. He had/has other wives apart from Osara. One of them is Olokun who is different from Osara and each has different festivals. Yes Olokun also had issues with childbearing but in that period she left the palace of Oduduwa and settled elsewhere, but Osara did not. Note that the genealogy of Keturah is not mentioned in the bible, which is curious. Also, Oduduwa is known to have had other wives. One of them is Eni-bi-eni (Ninibinini) who gave birth to 8 sets of twins (16 children) for him. Another is Omitoto-Ose for whom Odun Ose (biblical festival of weeks) is celebrated. Another is the mother of Ashe, Epe and Ohun. Ohun is the nickname of Aremitan who was also called Olofin and who is the first king of the Idanre people. Olokun has a daughter, Sungbo (Sheba) who is also called Ibu Agana Eri (Bilkisu). Sungbo is the mother of the Ijebu people who are the Jebusites. The bible forgers tried to hide the fact that the Israelites are actually the Canaanites and Phoenicians. They tried to hide the fact that Oduduwa/Abraham is the progenitor of the Canaanites. Remember that a Sultan of Sokoto, I think the third, noted that the Omo Oodua are Canaanites.


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