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In this volume, IFISM - The Complete Works of Orunmila. Volumes Ten-Eleven-Twelve-Thirteen, The Odu of Ogunda, Osa, Eutura and Irete, Mr. Cromwell Osamaro Ibie continues his revelations of the Odu (sacred text of Ifa). In addition to revealing the earthly works performed by each Odu (disciple of Orunmila), Mr. Ibie also gives account as in his previous volumes of the heavenly works of the Odu as well.The reader, whether novice or initiate will be amazed at the information contained in this never before published work. Through the sacred text of each Odu, the reader is brought into the world of the Divinity Orunmila, (the oracular divinity of wisdom), God's own witness to creation as He is called Eleri Ukpin.This series of books IFISM-The Complete Works of Orunmila beginning with Volume One and progressing through the present Volume Ten-Eleven-Twelve-Thirteen is already considered as the Bible of Ifa.Biografía del autor:
Mr. C. Osamaro Ibie was born in the defunct Benin Empire's capital city of Benin mid-Western Nigeria on the 29th of September, 1934 to Chief and Mrs. Thompson Ibie Odin. He hailed from a Christian family. When his naming ceremony was, however being performed eight days after his birth, experts in the esoteric analysis of newly born infants, with special reference to the late Chief Obalola Adedayo, who confirmed to journalists when Ifism: The Complete Works of Orunmila Vol. One was being launched in 1987, predicted that God created the infant as a servant to Orunmila, God's own servant and divinity of wisdom, and that the world was going to know about Orunmila and the distorted, falsified and fabricated truth about the true nature of the one and only good God through the infant whose future problems and prospects werte being analyzed. In fact, Chief Obalola confessed that he himself wondered why Orunmila left the whole of Yorubaland, which was his base, to come to Benin, which he first visited but could not reside in to, to pick his viva voce.Upon the completion of his primary and secondary education, the author was employed in the Nigerian Federal Public Service where he rose from the post of amclerical Officer to the lofty position of an Executive Officer in 1959. At the same time, he won a Federal Government Scholarship to read Economics in London. He went to London in 1960 and obtained a Second Class Honor Degree in both Strathclyde, Glasgow and the Univeristy of London.Between 1980 when he retired voluntarily from the Nigerian Federal Public Service, and 1989, he ooperated exgratiation as an economic analyst; writing many newspaper articles on the categorical and hypothetical imperatives of economic policy and management. He also addressed several public and private sector institutions on the firections of economic policy, including the Nigerian Institute of Bankers, The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Institute of Strategic Studies, several tertiary educational institutions, etc.From 1985 and to the present, he has been serving as a member of the governing Council of the Federal Government owned University of Benin, in Edo State. Since his retirement from the Civil Service in 1980, he has actively engaged in the private sector. He was in 1992 awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Institute of Administrative Management of Nigeria (FIAMN - Hon.) and recognized as a certified and Distinguished Administrator (CDA). In 2000, Mr. C. Osamaro Ibie received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence, University of Marlborough, Honolulu, Hawaii, U>S>A>
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