Ogunda Iroso

Ifa Ogunda Iroso sign

Treatise of the Oddun of Ifa Ogunda Iroso.

Other names for Oddun Ogunda Iroso:

  • Ogunda Roso.
  • Ogunda Waneye.
  • Ogunda Koroso.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ogunda Iroso?

  • The destruction and regeneration of human bodies.
  • For this Ifá OGUN and ELEGBA eat euré fun fun.
  • It was where YEMAJÁ ate fried pork and ladybugs.
  • It is the Ifá of the pelican, where the birds, as soon as they feather and have the strength to fly, leave the nest and never again
    they return to it.

What does the sign of Ifa Ogunda Iroso speak of?

  • In this Oddun it is an Ifá of blackmail.
  • It is where the chicken turns into a hen.
  • Talk about organic deficiencies and weaknesses to perform the sexual act.
  • This sign is an Ifá where the person has no direction in life, and a disorganized life.
  • The man raises his hand to the woman.

The sign Ogunda Roso (3-4) indicates:

  • Not for old skin.
  • Mockery with mockery is paid.
  • When the rooster crows, the lazy man grumbles.

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What are the prohibitions by Ogunda Roso?

  • AWO OGUNDA KOLOSO, he has to take care of the godson because when he gets what he wants, he will leave the side and will never return to his house, and he will not be grateful for anything that was done for him, he will speak ill of the godfather later.

  • For this Ifá you have to be careful with your eyesight, to the point that you can be left one-eyed, take care of yourself and be careful with blows, falls, sharp things or some corrosive product that damages one eye.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Ogunda Iroso:

  • Not for old skin.
  • Mockery with mockery is paid.
  • When the rooster crows, the lazy man grumbles.

Ifa Ogunda Iroso says:

Ifá wants this person to be well. Life will please you. He would have rest and his things will not get spoiled. Ifá tells you not to argue with anyone. He must prepare a rooster, he must tie its legs with a rope and then he must drag it around on the ground.

If there is a throne of trsù around or near his house, he must kill the Chicken on the spot so that things that are related to evil can get away from him. You are advised to have good behavior.

Ifa Ogunda Roso says: That you have two husbands together in the same house; you have a dog and a cat together; do not fight or raise your hand to anyone; you have to meet an old woman who has a daughter or she will be very pretty and she will be the daughter of OSHUN; be careful that he is in a fight with you; you want to conquer two or more, be careful because
there may be a fight for you; don't eat a lot of salt. They want to destroy your house, you have to have a son who will have many absences with you. You have to lose one thing, you are going to feel it a lot; you are going to have a male child. 

Prayer of the sign Ogunda Roso Ifa:

OGUNDA KOROSO ADIFAFUN ENI TINSHERU, OSAIDIE, ADIE LEBO, OBOÑU
IMBEUBE OSA OLOSA UNSHAWO GURI ADIFAFUN LASHURE OTI SHONA ORISHA
KIRIN BURUKU ATI OSHUN LODAFUN EGUN, ODE, ATI OGUN.

Suyere Oddun Ogunda Roso:

OGUNDA IROSO EBO WA INLA OBATALA
TALABO IRE EYELE EBO
EYE NI EYELE ALAEBO
NILORONISO OBATALA BARA LODEO.

Ebbo of the Odu Ogunda Iroso:

When Ogunda Roso is seen an atheist:

A suckling goat is given to the land before seven days if possible. That erán is presented and sings to Inle Oguere, throwing it into the kutún.

This work is done to the godson so that he does not speak bitterly about his godfather. The gallbladder is removed from the liver, the gall is emptied into the
kutún and then the godson consecrated in Ifá is put the bag of gall in his mouth.

Kofiborí de Ogunda Iroso (3-4):

This kofiborí must be with plowed land and feed ELEGBA and ORISHAOKO.

Tips from Oddun Ogunda Iroso (3-4):

OGUNDA IROSO is an Ifá sign where the person has no direction in his life, so he has to have someone to guide him in it.

It is an Ifá that both the Awó or the aleyo must lead a life settled in all directions and should not be constantly changing ideas, as it should never be proud and boastful since this is their
big bear.

When Awó OGUNDA IROSO or iworo are down, they are immediately given two eyelé fun fun, from their lerí about OSUN, making them kofiborí later.

Also when an Awó sees this odun in an Osode, he must do this work.

For this Ifá, if the obiní is in a state (oboñú), it will give birth to a male. Here the person is instructed to wash his eyes with the urine of a small child.

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Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Ogunda Iroso:

This is a blackmail Ifá Oddun where the Awó as the person who has this Ifá in awofakan or Ikofafun, have to be careful with gossip about the manhood of the man or the femininity of the woman for meeting with homosexual people. This is a path of chicken transformation.

Okuní: beware of a blackmail that makes you an obiní for becoming an obo mother.

This Ifá speaks of deficiencies and weakness to perform the sexual act.

Here you want to change jobs or the house where you live.

Here the man raises his hand to the woman.

When this Ifá is seen in atefa, the earth is given a mamón owunko before seven days, if possible.
When the owunko mamón is given to the earth, these meats (erán) are presented and sung to inle oguere, pouring it into the kutún. The gallbladder is removed from the liver, the gall is emptied into the kutun and then the godson consecrated in Ifá is put the gall bag in his mouth so that he never speaks bitter about his godfather.

For this Ifá you have to be careful not to throw away what you have of this religion or someone wants to separate it from religion.

Recommendations of Ogunda Roso (3-4):

The Awó of this Odu must go to a yagruma bush and together with his ELEGBA give a rooster to an Eshu stone that lives in this bush, this ceremony will be performed three times a year.

1.- in the first seven days of the year.
2.- in the first seven days of the middle of the year.
3.- in the first seven days of the last month of the year.

In this Ifá the person can suffer from tumors, so he must do the work with OBATALA and take decoction of anón root and crushed banana strain.

The person of this Ifá travels but must always return to the place or land of birth, even if it is to die.

This Ifá commands the person to be careful with their interior or intestinal problems, since they can go to an operating table for this situation.

Here in this Oddun you have to lie down a lot in ORUNMILA and the saints to be able to be well otherwise you can lose.

Awó OGUNDA IROSO must have Osanyin, like the OSUN of this Odu instead of having a rooster what he has is a fish (ejá).

In this Ifá it was where OLOFIN sentenced OSUN to live standing up.

Code of ethics of Ifa of the odu Ogunda Roso:

When the Awó falls, he gives eyelé meyi funfún to his lerí.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ogunda Iroso:

When they took ill will to ORUNMILA

ORUNMILA was traveling the world and he ended up in a house and everyone was looking for him to solve their problems, in this house they took ill will, because ORUNMILA earned a lot of money.

One day in his absence they broke his board and threw him into the street with the iyefa and herbs, as ORUNMILA could not be bothered by anyone, what he did was leave there, with a smile on his lips.

A short time later, one of the people in the house fell ill and they went to look for him, when ORUNMILA found out about the man's problem, he told him: Son, I'm sorry, but I can't take care of that sick person because I don't have a board, Iyefa, or herbs to work. The man left sad and worried and a few days later the patient died.

NOTE: Along this path you have to be careful not to throw something of this religion away from you or to divert you from it.

The Amazonian priestesses of Africa.

YEWA and OLOSA lived in the lagoon and received the offerings of all the subjects. They had among their favorites Lashure, who was a very handsome young man who was dedicated to fishing in that lagoon.

It turned out that one day Lashure, upon reaching adulthood, began to seduce all the daughters of YEWA because of his manly beauty.
and OLOSA making him fail the vow of chastity. YEWA and OLOSA were crying bitterly about it. They went to ORUNMILA's house, because they didn't want to kill Lashure.

ORUNMILA made them bear, and this Ifá OGUNDA KOLOSO saw them, and told them: You have to pray to change the sex of that young man, because there is no male on earth who is a complete man after having touched a daughter of YEWA or OLOSA, who can live as such and this by sentence of OLOFIN.

They did EBO and soon after, the beautiful young man changed and became an adodi. All the daughters of YEWA and OLOSA who were aboñú, aborted and buried their fetuses in jars on the river bank, putting a gold chain on it, then they returned to YEWA's house, which she gave to each of them. an omotigú knife for them to live, but they had to swear chastity and virtue in front of YEWA, thus forming a brotherhood of priestesses.

Ogunda Iroso - Traditional Nigerian Ifa.

ÒGÚNDÁ ÌROSÙN

Ká yo pópó bula bula ká lo rèé kan òkun
Ká yènà tààràtà ká lo rèé kan Òsá
A day of the pontí pontí
Tí on ní ó mo fotíi rèé lè
Otíi re ní móo pon
Ponti ponti ló ponti pontí
Ó toó rówó, kò rówó
Ló bá fi gbogbo ara bó
Ó bó lójú
Ó bó lórí
Ó bó lórùn
Ó bó plá
Ó bó lésè
Ó bó léyìn
Ó wáá fi gbogbo ara bó tán
'Bóo lòun or ti wáá se'?
'Iná ti òún n dá níbi otí túun n pon'
'Náà ló mú kí òún ó móo bÓ lára ​​báyìí'
Wón ní ó mó fisée rè Sílè
Wón ní ebo ni kó móo se
Ní bá n rubo
Ngbà or ya
Gbogbo ayé bá gba otí n pon gbó
N ti won ò ti gbàgbó télè
Otí òhún là n pè ní otí òyìnbó
Ni ón bá n pá otí Èèbó láá mu lónìí
Ifá pé kí eléyìun or mo fisée rè Sílè
Yóó là
Ó ní ká yo popó bula bula ká lo rèé kan òkun
Ká yènà tààràtà ká lo rèé kan Òsá
A day of the pontí pontí
Tí on ní ó mo fotíi rèé lè
Otíi re ní móo pon
Wón ní ó saca káalè ó jàre ebo níi ó se
Ó sì gbébo nbè ó rbo
Ení ó pontí tú bó lówó
Tó bó lésè
Tó bó lórùn
Tó bó nínú
Tó bó léyìn
Tó fi gbogbo ara bó tán patápátá ni ón n pè lóyìnbó
Wón ò níí fotíi won Sílè
Otíi won ni wón n pon.

Ifá wants this person to be well. In his work he is not very successful. Ifá says that he must persevere and must offer sacrifice. It is the same job that will enrich you in life. We would be known all over the world.

Let us make a wide path that meets the ocean
Let us make a straight path that joins the Lake
He made divination for the Winemaker
That he was advised not to stop preparing his wine
It is his type of wine that he must continue to prepare
It is the Winemaker who had wine continuously for a long period of time.
He worked hard to get rich, but he still hadn't gotten it
As a result, her skin cleared up.
His face cleared
His head cleared
His neck was clearing
Your arms
His legs
His back also cleared
His entire body was completely bleached
He wondered 'What will I do now?'
The Wine Maker said 'The fire that I use to prepare my wine'
'He is the one who has bleached my whole body'
They advised him not to quit his job
They told him to always make the sacrifices
He began to perform the sacrifice then
After a certain time
We all accept your wine as a delicacy
Even those who had not previously believed in him
It is the same wine that we call today 'We will drink the red man's wine'
Ifá advises this person not to abandon his current job
He would get rich through the same work
He said Let us make a wide path that meets the ocean
Let us make a straight path that joins the Lake
He made divination for the Winemaker
That he was advised not to stop preparing his wine
It is his type of wine that he must continue to prepare
They advised him to take care of the land and offer sacrifice
He heard about the sacrifice and performed it
He who prepares wine to have his hands whitened
Her legs bleached
His neck bleached
Your abdominal cavity
Her back (back) also bleached
The one with his entire body bleached is the person we call the White Man
They will never stop making their wine
It is their own wine that they prepare to date.

1 thought on “Ogunda Iroso”

  1. Pedro Manuel Morales placeholder image

    Very good reflections. On the oddun of ifa and the clarity of their views on the patakines… ..ashe igboru

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