Ika Di

ODDUN ika di

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ika Di?

  • The practice of abortion.
  • May all the children of Oyá receive Obatala and vice versa.
  • The name of Olodumare.
  • Olofin and Orúnmila found happiness.
  • You have to give Shango food and a basic drum.
  • Bears lived in caves.
  • A female Egun must be fed a sheep.
  • 16 heads of chickens are placed on each Ifa hand.
  • The woman was cursed to shed blood on her modest parts.

What is the Ika Di sign talking about?

  • Talk about a disease like a pinhead in the body.
  • Olofin abused his daughter Oshún and Orúnmila saved him from the scandal.
  • Agayú must be received.
  • You cannot make candles with firewood.
  • By disobedience everything is lost.
  • You can go to prison.
  • The diseases are: generalized arthritis, vision problems, glaucoma, embolisms, problems in the testicles or reproductive organs, circulatory system, trauma to the feet, menstrual problems, kidneys, liver, prostate.
  • You have to be careful with the daughters of Oshún.
  • You have to take care of the candle.
  • Ika Di talks about a problem in the vital capacity (reproduction).
  • Ogun had Osun.
  • In the city the people rose up in war.
  • The Moon is fed.
  • There may be memory loss.

The Ika Odi sign points out:

  • It indicates the death of a head of government.
  • It signals an uprising in the city.
  • The candle comes from below.
  • You have to feed him at the door of the house.
  • The Ivory stick and the Bramble grass speak.
  • The trees lost their resin.

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Recommendations of the Ika Di sign:

For this Ifá «Ika ​​Di» you have to be careful not to be run over by a motor vehicle. The candle comes from below. You have to feed him at the door of the house what Orúnmila indicates for luck.

For this Ifá, when the person is going to do something, he must ensure that no one gets in the way.

Here a gourd is put on the door of the house and a rooster tied to a chair and when the rooster crows it is given to Eshu. 

By Ika Di, a memory formula is prepared based on: A roast mouse, Ikinis fluff, pork bone, black beans, passionflower grass, guabinas, everything is made into dust and prayed on the board with the following Signs: Oshe Turá, Ika Di, Otura She and the 16 Mejis de Ifá.

This is made incisions in the head and it is anointed, and on top it is given a jicotea and quail with this song:

"MAMURA MOFIYE MAMURA LAPARO IKE"

"May I keep everything I learn in my mind"

Here the practice of abortion was born. Where Ayaguna lives next to Olofin.

This was where Olofin abused his daughter Oshún and Orúnmila saved him from the scandal. You must receive Agayú, because it was in this Odu (Ika Odi) where Olofin gave the crown to this deity.

When this Odu comes out in Awafakan or Ikofafun or a record with Ikinis, the person must urgently make Santo.
This Odu speaks of a disease that the disease is like a pinhead in the body and that way his life is lost.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Ika Di:

  • The stool accommodates both fat and skinny buttocks.
  • This is not work that benefits me.
  • The candle comes from below.
  • The Awó must know that by disobedience everything is lost.
  • There are knives that cut knives.
  • It is like the Guayabito that is biting and blowing so that it does not feel.

Odu Ika Odi Ifa Code of Ethics:

By disobedience everything is lost.

Says Ifa Ika Di:

That with disobedience everything is lost.-Where you live they have you in a state of restlessness.-You do not have peace or tranquility in your work.- You have no friends.-Be careful not to go to prison.-There is a person who wishes help him, but his help won't do you any good.

Be careful at a party that you want to go, do not go because you will have a problem, you feel weak all over your body. you have acute arthritis and have a problem with your eyesight (glaucoma). There are people who when you are present cover their faces out of grief or so that you do not know who they are. It has been a long time since you have seen your child or a close relative where
you affirm that for nothing in life you will abandon it. Clean yourself with a hen at the foot of Oyá.-If your mistress is colored, you are more in tune with people of color than with white people, because they find in them the value of sincerity and respect for their person at the same time as they feel the fury of its color.

You have to thank Shangó, Elegba and Ogún, they all want to know how you live. You like the day to sleep and the night to go for a walk. You must maintain serenity in the precise things. has a secret that only a person you trust knows. There are three people, two women and a man interested in his things out of curiosity to know everything about him.

There is a woman who went to the house of a fortune teller to find out about her life, but that day she could not consult her because she was ill.

You have a black enemy who has a witch's pot, who wants to kill you out of envy. Be careful what you speak because there are those who are constantly listening to you. When you go out they watch you to follow the steps and want to give you a wax-up between three. 

Prayer of the Odu Baba Ika Di:

IKA DI ABEYI AWO AGBA EGUN ODI KA YOBI EGUN
ODUDUWA EGUN OLOFIN ABEYI IRE EGUN ODARA MOWAYE
SHANGO EGUN ODARA IFA IKA DI ODI KA IFA ODARA BABA OLOFIN
EGUN ABEYI OSANYIN EGUN LERI FUN EBO KAYIKU EGUN EBO
KAYIKU EBO.

Suyere Oddun Ika Odi:

IKA DI OLOFIN OLUWA, OLORUN SIMIFUN

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Ebbo of the Odu Ika Odi:

Ika Di's work for memory:

A roasted mouse, Ikinis fluff, pig bones, black beans, passionflower grass, guabina, everything is turned to dust and prayed on the board with: Oshe-Turá, Ika-Di, Otura-She, the 16 Mejis de Ifá. It will be smeared on the head of the person concerned and on top they are given a jicotea and two quails with the following song: “MAMURA MOFIYE, MAMURA LAPARO IKE”. (May I keep everything I learn in my mind).

Ebbo by Ika Odi for the memory at the foot of Shango.

Shango is presented with six small jicotea and six quail and they pray:

ALULAYI NI SHANGO ELELETIMO OYU ERI ERI. AMI IGBEKU.
BABA LOLA OLOGUN OGBON. ALAYUBA NI BAYE ILE APARO
ALREADY. ORI AHUN LOFI YOKO ALALAYI AYAPA OLOFUN.
AGBOUANI OMO SHANGO ARUGBA SEULE. AHUN AKU
OKUTA MASHE ESUKA MODUN MODUN GBOGBO ENI OGBON
SEBO SOULA. SHANGO BABA OWUA LOGBON KONI AWA
MASHEBO. SHANGO EMI OMOFA: name of the interested party ERI OLU
BAMBI.

translation:

Shango owner of knowledge. Bright eye that takes the mountain to fulfill its duty. Father of honor. Owner of the medicine of wisdom.

The one who spoils the quail's nest. The one who sits on the head of the jicotea and receives the power of its secrets. Intelligent son of Shango. I carry the gourd of the ability to memorize. The jicotea carries the brains of the people with its knowledge like a cushion on its head. Shango, father, give me the intelligence we need. Shango make (name of the person concerned) a person with a strong brain.

After this prayer, each jicotea and each quail is presented in the Shangó pan, as indicated:

1- Above the punt: OMA NOGBA KAWAYIRE
2- To the right of the punt: OTUN MOGBA KAWAYIRE
3- To the left of the punt: OSI MOGBA KAWAYIRE.
4- Inside the pan: MOGBA AIYE.
5- Under the punt: OKORIN MOGBA KAWAYIRE.
6- To heaven: MOGBA ORUN.

The jicoteas are presented on the head of the person concerned and it is said: SUMA YUGBA LOWO ORIBE AKUERE TORI EME ORI LEREYO.

Then the jicoteas are sacrificed singing: AKUN KUA BAKUA OMIO, AHUN KUA BAKUA OMIO, AHUN KUA BAKUA OMIO, AYAPA ERI OSANYIN

Then the quails are killed singing: APARO PAKIO MOILELE SHANGO APARO PAKIO MOILELE.

Note: The interested party gets blood from the jicoteas on his head singing: MAMURA MOFIYE MAMURA LAPARO IKA.

Quail blood is spilled on his head singing: MAMURA MOFIYE MAMURA LAPARO IKA.

Water and honey will be added as usual.

Meaning of the oddun of Ifa Ika Odi:

In this Ika Di sign, Olodumare said to the serpent of wisdom: - “Because of this, you will be cursed among all the beasts and among all the animals of the field; on your chest you will walk and dust you will eat all the days of your life ”. (This phrase is taken from the first book of Moses genesis 3.14).

Here Olodumare and Orúnmila found their happiness, and you will also find it and enjoy all you want, but you have to feed Shango and a basic drum.

This is where the Bears used to live in the caves.

In this Ifá, the guinea is to be given to the head of the person concerned. You also have to give a female Egun a ram.

For Ika Di, when you have to feed your shadow, you have to prepare an Omiero casserole to bathe the person beforehand.

The Ifá of Awó Ika Odi must have 16 heads of chickens given to Orúnmila in each Ifá hand. ASHERE ESETAN EUN NIOLORO INI ADIFAFUN SHERE: Ifá says: That SHERE is the firefly and according to him he does with his light, so does the woman who is sick with the blood that she is pouring through her modest parts as Orúnmila's punishment.

This is the Ifá del Oso, where it was very strong and lived in a cave and people wanted to take it out of it to destroy it and they could not. It indicates the death of a Head of Government. There is an uprising in the city.

This Ifá means: "The belt that tightens."

Tips from Oddun Ika Di

He is an Ifá of reincarnation, who in the previous life was Odi-Ka. In this Odu the ivory stick and the Bramble grass speak.

This Odu is the fathom of the candle of the Odus of Ifá.

Here the trees lost their resin, their vital principle.

In the house of Awó Ika Odi no candles are lit with firewood, because the smoke makes Obatalá leave the house.

The person with this Odu (Ika Di), where he lives, is kept in a state of restlessness and he has neither peace nor tranquility at home or at work.

Their enemies are because of their way of being. The person likes to give advice to others but you do not hear advice and that is bad for you.

Ika Di predicts that the person may go to prison.

For this Odu you have to feed and take care of yourself, because your body is weak.

Due to this sign of Ifa, one suffers from generalized arthritis, vision problems, glaucoma, embolisms, problems in the testicles or organs of the reproductive system. You have to take care of your kidneys, liver and prostate, in women there is a problem with menstruation.

There is a person who wants to help you but that help will not help you. You have to take care of a party that you plan to go to and difficult situations arise in it.

You haven't heard from a child or other close relative for a long time and you said that you would abandon him for nothing.

For this Oddun Ika Di you have to clean yourself at the foot of Oyá with a hen.

Here the woman is black. Since you tune better with a person of that race.

We must give thanks to Shango, Elegba and Ogún.

They all want to know how you live. You like the day to sleep and the night to go for a walk. You have to be careful with a daughter of Oshún not to be her misfortune.

Here when you eat fish you have to be careful with the thorns and hide them, so that they do not do a work of sorcery on the shore of the sea or the river.

Sitting on bottomless or broken chairs is prohibited. This Ifá speaks of people who had, have or will have great disagreements that will go as far as scandal, justice and slander.

Your house is like a volcano. Beware of candles that can burn.

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Ika Di Ifa Traditional

ÌKÁ ÒDÍ

Kálánkádìí Akakankà
Òjò nlá níí tàkìtì léyìn abuké
A sì di gbìràmù, I gbìràmù
A tàkìtì a bóólè
A day fún Alágbède Ìmòbà
Níjó tí n sunkún òun ò lówó
Wón ní kí Alágbède Ìmòbà ó rbo
Wón níre ajé fún un lópòlopò
Alágbèdé bá rbo
Aha bá dé
Àtélewó Alágbède ò gba ajé mó
Nigbà ajé pò tán
Ó ni wón ó móo dàálè
Níbi Alágbède ò gbé téwó gbowó mó nùu
Ó ní e móo dàálè
Bí bá n sisé lówó pokán pokán
Ègbón n gbowó
Àbúrò n fínná
Gbogboo won ní n me pokán pokán
Òkè àmíkàn ewìrì
Wón dowó Sílè
Ayé ye Alágbède
N wá n jó n ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Kálánkádìí Akakankà
Òjò nlá níí tàkìtì léyìn abuké
A sì di gbìràmù, I gbìràmù
A tàkìtì a bóólè
A day fún Alágbède Ìmòbà
Níjó tí n sunkún òun ò lájé
Ebo ajé n wón ní ó se
Alágbède gbébo nbè
Ó rubo
Owó mòmò pò tán o
Alágbède ò téwó gbowó mó
E móo dowóólè fAlágbède ni.
Ifá wants this person to be well. Ifá wants him to make the sacrifice for wealth.
Kálánkádìí Akakankà
A rain jumps behind a hunchback
And with a loud noise
It will land and roll on the ground
They made divination for Alágbède Ìmòbà
The day I was crying because I had no wealth
Sacrifice was the prescribed antidote for him
They assured him that he would have many good things
The Blacksmith offered the sacrifice
Riches suddenly came to him
His hands were filled to such a degree that he couldn't hold so much money
When he had a lot of wealth
He told people to drop it in front of him
This is the story that tells why blacksmiths don't grab money with their hands
He would say 'Drop it to the ground',
When he was shaping his work and was methodically hitting
The old man was grabbing the money
The young man was using the wave
They were panting loudly
And with the consistent ventilation made by the blower
They began to drop wealth
Life pleased Alágbède Ìmòbà
He began to dance and rejoice
He was praising his Babaláwos
His Babaláwos were praising Ifá
He said it was as his Babaláwos had said
Kálánkádìí Akakankà
A rain jumps behind a hunchback
And with a loud noise
It will land and roll on the ground
They made divination for Alágbède Ìmòbà
The day I was crying because I had no wealth
It was a sacrifice of wealth that was recommended to him
The Blacksmith heard of the sacrifice
And he did it
The money got so abundant
The Blacksmith could not extend his palms forward to grab the money
Drop the money on the ground for the Blacksmith.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ika Di:

On Earth there is no divine justice.

The story goes that two brothers lived in a town, the older one was envious of the younger brother, and because of that he mistreated him and continually made him lower and suffer pain. These two brothers lived off the art of fishing.

One day the older brother invited the younger to go fishing and in a very morbid way he had premeditated the crime of his own brother.

They both went out and threw themselves into the sea in a barge that they owned, when they were already far from the shore, the older brother took advantage of an opportunity and treacherously hit his brother with a hook, leaving him unconscious, when he saw that He was not dead yet, he finished off it with blows. When you finish perpetuating the
crime the older brother already felt happy and sure of having removed from his path the one he believed to be his enemy, when in reality that was his own blood brother.

Time passed and the older brother went along a path where there was a Ceiba tree and near it was a skull with the hook with which he had killed his brother. He was frightened and froze, fearful and feeling chills all over his body from head to toe, and he felt a voice say several times:

"On Earth there is no Divine justice."

Very nervous he ran to the seashore where the barge was located where he had cut the life of his younger brother and saw the same objects, the skeleton, the skull, and the fateful hook, and he kept hearing the same voice that repeated him : - "On Earth there is no Divine justice."

The man ran from one place to another, haunted by the voice of conscience that repeated the same words until he went completely mad.

Note: As you can see this path of envy, and because of this you get to crime. Make jealousy among your own family. You have to be careful about bathing in the sea.

 

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