Ika Fun

IKA FUN

Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Ika Fun

The person looking at himself does not belong to the Babalawo, let him go the other way because he is a walker.

This Ifá orders women to loosen their hair for a period of seven days.

For this Ifá you have to have a monkey.

The mirror speaks.

The owner of this Ifá (Ika Fun), during Easter, has to cover the mirrors of his house.

They cast witchcraft through the back of his house, he has to move.

You ignore what they tell you.

Ika Fun for Women:

The man she has does not suit her.

Ika Fun speaks of sorcery that has been buried in his house or in another place and this has been done to him by a mulatto santero; To get rid of the evil, bathe with: ewe eyeni, purple lily, white fig, eko, girl toasted corn, honey and honey.

This is where Osanyin performed stone witchcraft and buried them in the cemetery where
The santero wanted to give Egun blood and Oyá was taking his life.

Herbs of the Oddun Ika Ofun:

 Guavico, guarije, prodigiosa, lily, cotton, aroma flower.

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Commandments of Ifa, Ika Fun sign:

  • The Awó should not perform ceremonies or consecrations of which he is not aware.
  • The Awó does not lead a person down a false path.
  • The Awó must never deceive people.
  • The Awó does not say what he does not know.
  • The Priest must not pretend to be wise when he is not.
  • The Awó must be humble and must not be self-centered.
  • The Babalawo must not be false or malicious.
  • The Awó must not break the prohibitions and taboos.
  • The Awó must keep all his utensils clean.
  • The Awó must keep his Ilé (House) clean.
  • The Babalawos must respect the weakest, treat them well and with respect.
  • The Awó must respect and treat the elders well.
  • Priests must respect moral laws.
  • The Awó never betrays a friend.
  • The Awó must not reveal secrets.
  • The Awo respects the other Awó.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Ika Fun:

  • Who laughs last laughs better.
  • Sometimes what you don't like is what you have to do.

Ifa Code of Ethics from odu Ika Fun:

  • Not all Aleyos belong to the Awó who looks at them.

Says Ifa Ika Fun:

Be careful with your wife, if she is a man with a woman who is combing her hair; You will receive a letter or news; the woman who does not luck her hair for seven days, and her husband have to pray; Jimaguas is going to give birth and one dies and if the mother is saved, the mother dies; You know as a saint and the one who told you that he is your godfather is deceiving you because that is not true; You have your head upset because the one who washed it or begged you did not belong to you; You hit luck twice at home and let it go; do not go to raise your hand to hen and much less to those who have a saint; will you remove your husband or they will try to remove him; You had a bad dream and you tell your dreams to a person and that person is the one who is teasing you; where you work there is a superior or colleague of yours who does something out of the ordinary, for
that also does it, be careful that you can have problems of justice for that;

Sap the body to the dead; You have a daughter who has to hunt with a Babalawo, if she cannot die, she has 4 lovers and does not want any; You are going to receive news of someone who is going to die suddenly, do not go because there may be a change of mind; You are having work and more because you never do anything they tell you to, shake your head.

Prayer of the Odu Ika Fun:

Ika fun loroni kiyate adIfáfun abaraniregun akuko eyele lebo kaferefun Obatala.

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Ebbo from Odu Ika Fun:

Ika Ofun's work to break a mooring: 

The only thing that saves this person is a paraldo with banana. A white cloth, one red and one black, is placed behind the person in his shadow. In a gourd put a parguito, 9 olele, 9 adalus, 9 pieces of eku, 9 ekru-aro, 9 buns of yellow taro, 9 balls of yams, 9 ash pellets, 9 guinea pepper, 9 axes, 9 okra , 9 flowers, an Indian banana yam, 9 pieces of coconuts, jutía and smoked fish, corojo butter, toasted corn, husks, cocoa butter. The gourd is loaded with the above and is placed on the fabrics. The woman is cleaned with guinea, carob, basil, dead scare.

The guinea is killed, put in the gourd and prayed, and with a tamarind cuje and two of mal pacifico the woman is cleaned and the gourd is beaten with force, and she is told to walk out without looking behind. The gourd is hit 9 times, everything is wrapped and taken to where it was picked. The woman has to be naked stepping on the fabrics, leaving her clothes there.

She goes out and dresses in other clothes away from the place without looking back.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ika Fun:

The mooring of a woman by a Babalawo.

It turned out that in the land Niamey lived a woman named Arasheto who was very crazy in her love affairs. One day she was visited by an old merchant who from that moment wanted the love of the woman, but she despised him. Faced with Arasheto's refusal, the merchant went to look at himself with Orúnmila who saw this Ifá, he marked a prayer and told him that he had to become Ifá to obtain his wishes.

The old merchant did so, gaining renown in a short time as Awó de Orúnmila and thus dazzled the woman who fell into his arms, but the Awó, using his knowledge, tied her up for himself. One day old Awó died suddenly and he did not have time to loosen Arasheto's mooring, which was enslaved for life to the deceased who came every night to live with her, this woman being unable to escape his influence.

Stone: the only thing that saves this person is a paraldo with banana. A white cloth, one red and one black, is placed behind the person in his shadow. In a gourd, put a parguito, 9 olele, 9 adalus, 9 pieces of eku, 9 ekru-aro, 9 buns of yellow taro, 9 balls of yams, 9 ash pellets, 9 guinea peppers, 9 ax, 9 okra , 9 flowers, an Indian banana yam, 9 pieces of coconuts, jutía and smoked fish, corojo butter, toasted corn, cocoa butter, husk.

The gourd loaded with the above is placed on the fabrics. The woman is made Sarayeye (stripped) with guinea, carob, basil, dead scare. The guinea is killed, put in the gourd and prayed, and with a tamarind cuje and two of mal pacifico the woman is cleaned and the gourd is beaten with force, and she is told to walk out without looking behind. The gourd is hit 9 times, everything is wrapped and taken to where it was picked. The woman has to be naked stepping on the fabrics, leaving her clothes there.

She goes out and dresses in other clothes away from the place without looking back.

Ika Fun Ifa Traditional Nigerian

ÌKÁ ÒFÚN

Orí Ìká fún
Orí Ìká ò fún
Orí eni níí fún ni níre
A day fún Dèndèré
Èyí tíí se iye Osù lórun
Òun le níre báyìí?
Ire jókòó ti òun báyìí?
Wón lébo ni kó ru
Osù bá rbo
Gbogbo Ìràwó bá jókòó ti Osù
I'll go gbogbo bá jókòó tì í
Ló bá kó omo bò wínniwìnni
Ifá lóun pé iré fún eléyìun
Ó ní Orí Ìká fún
Orí Ìká ò fún
Orí eni níí fún ni níre
A day fún Dèndèré
Èyí tíí se iye Osù lórun
Wón ní kó saca káalè kó jàre ebo ní í se
Dèndèré gbébo nbè
Ó rubo
Dèndèré mòmò dé ò
Iye Osù
E wá wo iye omo tí Osù kó bò àjò
Dèndèré dé ò
Iye Osù.
Ifá wants this person to be well. Ifá prays to God to help him, and he must help himself too. His Orí will also help him, but he must offer sacrifice well.
If the Orí de Ìká is firm
Or is it loose
It is the Orí of one that will give us good things
They prophesied Ifá for Dèndèré
The Mother of the crescent moon in the sky
She asked, "Will I see all the good things?"
"Will the good things stay with me?"
They advised him to offer sacrifice
The crescent moon offered the sacrifice
All the stars stood by the moon
All good things stayed with her
She brought back many children
Ifá says that this person will be fine
He said If the Orí de Ìká is firm
Or is it loose
It is the Orí of one that will give us good things
They prophesied Ifá for Dèndèré
The Mother of the crescent moon in the sky
They advised him to take care of the land and offer sacrifice
Dèndèré heard about the sacrifice
And he did
Dèndèré is back
The mother of the crescent moon
Come and see the children that she brought from her journey
Dèndèré is back
The mother of the crescent moon.

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