Ika Iroso

Sign of Ifa Ika Iroso

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ika Iroso?

  • Giving the IBO to the person in the consultation.
  • The enclosing the cows in the stables.
  • The reencarnation.
  • May the Awos have Osun.
  • The men were giants.

What is the sign Ika Iroso talking about?

  • It talks about an old Saint, inherited and they no longer take care of him.
  • Ika Roso talks about corruption, theft and smuggling.
  • The sign of Ifa Ika Iroso speaks of deception, slander and moorings.
  • Boys are mistreated.
  • There is envy of older brothers.
  • Osun is given two pigeons.
  • The men became sedentary.
  • Osanyin must be received.
  • When this Odu goes out to Aleyus, it has to receive; The Warriors.
  • Through this Odu one returns to the past.
  • Death persecuted the children of Orúnmila.
  • Obatalá's cow was stolen and the boys discovered the thieves and were cursed.
  • It was where Ika Roso was the only one who guessed Osun's secret.
  • It is where he describes why all Awó have a need to know their Odu de Ifá.

The sign Ika Roso points out:

  • You cannot express despair over the lack of money.
  • Be careful with betrayals and revenge.
  • You have to be careful with falling out of the house and with kneeling.
  • Oshún must be attended to.
  • It is an Ifá of extension.
  • You have to put coins in the Ebó.

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Recommendations of the Ika Iroso sign:

For this Ifá (Ika Roso) for a woman, she must do Santo (Yoko-Osha) to extend her life.

He points out that there may be a mess at home and you should be careful with kneeling.

Oshún must be attended to, since that custom was had and has been left, since it is believed that he does not hear it when it is invoked.

This Odu predicts that the person will die his children and for this not to happen he will have to do ebbo.

For this Ifá, despair cannot be manifested due to the lack of money. You have to have an animal in the house.

By the Ika Iroso sign, he has three enemies who are turning his house around to harm him. Make ebo so they don't beat it.

Olodumare will send you luck very soon.

For this Oddun of Ifa you should not eat beef, milk and banana because they are harmful.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Ika Roso:

  • Weather vane that moves the wind, it moves, but it does not fall.

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Ika Iroso:

The Awó meet to talk Ifá, Orunmila has Osun.

Says Ifa Ika Iroso:

That all her children die at the age of seven; and that for you to achieve one, you have to do ebo.- You are Babalawo, be careful with your family that lives far away, they have hurt you. His enemies gather to kill him, they will wait for him in a place, or they will send him to look for his house. Be careful that you are going to have a
thing, where he is going to put his hands on his head and cry a lot. You must have Jimaguas children and an Osanyin garment.

You have to receive the warriors and Osanyin.- Be careful with someone close to you who has to harm you. - Give thanks to Shango and Yemayá and to a dream you had last night. Don't despair for money - Have an animal
inside the house.- You have three enemies that are hurting you and turning your house upside down.- God will send you a lot of luck. You have a seat for everything, but you need to have Osanyin. Do not express despair due to the lack of money.- They will send you to look for a place, before you go make ebo so that your enemies do not defeat you.- If you are a woman you have the necklaces,
but that is not enough for him, he has to do Santo (Yoko Osha). Be careful with breaking up the house.- You have to be careful with kneeling. Before you attended Oshún and now you do not because you believe that she does not hear you when you invoke her.- You have a need to take care of a Saint who is in your house.

Prayer of the Odu Baba Ika Roso:

IKA ROSO IKA RABOLA MENI YEYE IKA RABOLA MENI IYA ENO KESESE ADIFAFUN ORUNMILA ONIBARA NIREGUN.

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Ebbo of the Odu Ika Iroso Ifa:

To ward off disease and death.

Ebo will be made with a rooster and a bottle of brandy and then he takes everything to a mountain and does not go out within 7 days.

Ika Roso's work for sickness and death.

Ebó is made with a goat and a goat and when the ebo is finished, the goat will be given to Eshu and Osun, then 100 5-cent coins are inserted into it and thrown in the mountains.

Ebó: 2 pigeons, 2 parrot feathers, 1 cane, corojo butter, others

ingredients.

After the ebo, the pigeons are killed and the staff is given blood, corojo butter will be spread on it and the parrot feathers are put on it and the person will go out with it and use it from time to time.

Meaning of the oddun of Ifa Ika Roso:

This Odu speaks of long life and prosperity. It indicates that you will have competition to solve the problems of your customers.

This Oddun of Ifá speaks of corruption, robbery, smuggling. Of deceptions, slander and moorings.

Here the boys discover what they shouldn't. Boys are mistreated.

For this Odu the older brothers envy the younger, and make life impossible for him.

When this sign appears in a register, two doves should be given to Osun, for the well-being and development of the person.

Here the men became sedentary. You have to be careful with justice problems and you can go to prison.

This Ifá speaks of a very old Saint, inherited and he no longer takes care of himself.

When this Odu is seen in a registry for death or illness, Ebo is made with a rooster and a lot of brandy. Also for this Ifá, Ebó is made with a goat and a goat. The goat will be given to Eshu and Osun, filled with nickels, and carried to its destination.

For this Ifá, Ebó is also made with two white doves and a cane, other ingredients of the ebó. The pigeons are sacrificed to the staff, in front of Osun. Then the cane is given to the person concerned so that they can go out with it and use it often.

For this Odu the Awó must urgently receive Osanyin. For Aleyus receive Eshu and Osun. (You will be given the warriors).

When Death and Disease were pursuing Orúnmila's son, he made his son a bear and this Odu saw him and made him ebo with: rooster and a lot of brandy, and then he took him to the bush, and he was saved. This Odu indicates that the person should not go outside for seven days.

Awó Ika Iroso makes Ebó with six silver pesos so that he does not stay poor, because when the money runs out, illness and death will appear.
Here in this Odu, men were giants, as tall as palms and they learned the language of birds and quadruped animals, becoming great sorcerers, but they were frightened of their own powers and fled from their own works, where Ewe kills her Iré grabbed them by their hair and made them go back to living their previous lives (reincarnations). That is why it is said that one goes back to the past.

This is where they stole the cow from Obatalá and the boys discovered the thieves and told Obatalá, who cursed them and justice caught them in the square with a hand of green bananas and the head of the cow. The person for a curse can go to jail, you have to beware of smuggling and theft.

Ika Roso was always in the councils of Awos and one day Olofin presiding over a council, in the bear this Odu came out and it was Ika Iroso the only one who guessed. And from that day on, Awó has Osun.

This sign of Ifa describes why the Awó needs to fully know his Odu patron.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ika Iroso:

Ika Roso the fortune teller.

Olofin, was in a great hurry and called the Awos to a council, and they could not tell him what he wanted and they went to look for IKA ROSO, and he had seen this Ifá who was his patron Odu, and had done Boiled with: rooster, 2 pigeons, moruro stick, red and white cloth, bells and other ingredients. The rooster had given them to Eshu and the pigeons to his head.

Then he went out to where Olofin was and carried the cane and the bells and the other Awos when they saw him arrive like this, they laughed, but when Olofin left, IKA IROSO told him: -You have a great difficulty and to overcome it you have to do ebo. Olofin, said to him: -Iború, Iboya, Ibosheshe. And turning to the other Awos, he said: -And so that you will not laugh anymore and fail in divination, you have to feed him his head.

Ika Roso Ifa Traditional Nigerian

ÌKÁ ÌROSÙN

Wón débi dáre
Òkè ni ò diyàn ègà
Ó láyà ìjà bí omo òrúko
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Wón ní kó rbo
Kíré ilée baba è ó mó nù lo
Ire ilée baba òun ò nù lo móun lówó?
Wón ní kó rbo
Òrúnmìlà bá rbo
Gbogbo ire ò tàsé è mó
Ire ilé è ò nù mó
N ní wá n jó ní wá n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Wón débi dáre
Òkè ni ò diyàn ègà
Ó láyà ìjà bí omo òrúko
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Wón ní kó rbo
Kíré ilée baba è ó mó nù lo
Ifá gbébo nbè or rubo
Ire ilée babaà me n wá mií bò wá Ifá
Wàràwàrà
Lewée kókòó wómi
Wàràwàrà
Ire ajé n wá mií bò wá
Wàràwàrà
Lewée kókòó wómi
Wàràwàrà
Ire ayá n wá mií bò wá
Wàràwàrà
Lewée kókòó wómi
Wàràwàrà
Ire omó n wá mií bò wá
Wàràwàrà
Lewée kókòó wómi
Wàràwàrà
Gogbo ire ní n wá mií bò wá
Wàràwàrà
Lewée kókòó wómi
Wàràwàrà.

Ifá advises this person to offer sacrifice. His life will be good and the good fortunes that he celebrates will not go away. Once some good fortune is coming from abroad. A mature pigeon and money is the sacrifice.

They tried the guilty and acquitted him
Still the hill does not argue with the Ègà bird,
He is as brave to fight as the Ram
He made divination for Òrúnmìlà
They advised him to make sacrifice
So that the fortune of his father's house would not lose
Òrúnmìlà asked 'The fortune of my father's house would not be lost'?
They advised him to make sacrifice
Òrúnmìlà did as he had been told
All the good fortunes didn't elude him again
And the fortunes of his house were not lost either
He began to dance and rejoice
He was praising his Babaláwos
His Babaláwos were praising Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had said
They tried the guilty and acquitted him
Still the hill does not argue with the Ègà bird,
He is as brave to fight as the Ram
He made divination for Òrúnmìlà
They advised him to make sacrifice
So that the fortune of his father's house would not lose
Ifá heard about the sacrifice and performed it
The fortunes of my father's house are coming to me
Wàràwàrà
It's the way the yam leaf comes out finds water
Wàràwàrà
The luck of wealth is coming to get me
Wàràwàrà
It's the way the yam leaf comes out finds water
Wàràwàrà
Good luck wives is coming to get me
Wàràwàrà
It's the way the yam leaf comes out finds water
Wàràwàrà
The good luck of children is coming to get me
Wàràwàrà
It's the way the yam leaf comes out finds water
Wàràwàrà
All the good things in life are coming to get me
Wàràwàrà
It's the way the yam leaf comes out finds water
Wàràwàrà.

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