Ika Kana

ika kana

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ika Kana?

  • Let man eat meat and blood foods.
  • Speak the persecution.
  • Ogun must be strengthened.
  • The person must wear the four Osha foundation necklaces.
  • You have to urgently beg your head with a Snapper (Ejá-Bo).
  • It is made ebo with jicotea.
  • You have to be careful of kneeling.
  • The diseases are: Asthma, throat, brain disorder, sight, spot on the skin, venereal diseases.

What is the Ika Kana sign talking about?

  • Beware of theft.
  • Be careful not to tarnish your reputation.
  • A woman destroys his life and his house.
  • The woman with this Oddun (Ika Kana), can be killed by pachanguera.
  • The person has a shadow behind.
  • It is a sign of commerce, theft and justice.

The Ika Okana sign points out:

  • Marks disrespect to children towards parents.
  • The Awó must be careful where he eats because they can poison him.
  • Talk about envy, slander and blackmail.
  • The person likes to be jumping from flower to flower.
  • The Guardian Angel of the person is angry.

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Recommendations of the Ika Okana sign:

The person with this Ifá, must attend to the Guardian Angel, lest he get angry because of his little attention. In this Ifá, you have to attend to Oshún and his Parents.

The herbs of this Odu are: Bejuco turtle and palo jicotea.

Because of this Odu the person has a shadow behind, and needs to wear the Oshas necklaces.

Here a soap is prepared with blue celestine grass and white celestine (ewe oriye and kotoriye), guinea head, ero, obi kolá.

This Odu specifies that you have to beware of theft, because after it happens, you will see the stolen in another place changed in shape or color and if you claim you will be accused of a liar and a thief, and you will have to spend money on lawsuit of justice.

If the one being consulted is a man; You have to be careful with a woman not to give him a scandal at home. You have to stop whimsical with a woman, who can bring you a delicate justice situation.

If the one being consulted is a woman; They can kill her for flying from flower to flower.

Here you have to be careful with your things and with your morals, because they can steal it and then slander you.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Ika Kana:

  • The Awó must know that he who persists wins, but in the end loses everything.
  • The man is the wolf of the man.
  • Luck comes running.
  • If I sacrifice I will avoid the consequences of perverse actions.
  • The hand will always experience both good and evil.
  • Dressing myself in white will purify my soul.

Odu Ika Okana Ifa Code of Ethics:

The one who persists has to win, but in the end loses everything.

Says Ifa Ika Kana:

That you are bored with your luck and your Guardian Angel does not want you to deny yourself any more.- You have to beg with two coconuts for your head.- You have found yourself or they are going to give you a ready handkerchief.- You have a question to continue but apparently it is finished, but it continues and it is because of a woman, and the two walk on both sides, be careful there may be blood.

Everyone in his house has to pray. Take care of your Guardian Angel and give him two coconuts for luck. -You had a dream that is good, thank Oshún and his parents -You are going to win the lottery and when this happens, send him to make one Mass to his parents.-His wife is about to give birth.

You have to feed all the Saints. In your house there is a person who works on the docks and has to do
ebó, so that his wife and luck will not be stolen. You like to be jumping all over the place.-You caught an animal that was destined for a Saint or for another religious thing, don't do it again.

Be careful with your eyesight, throat, and shortness of breath. Luck comes running. -You have to be careful of envy, blackmail, slander and committing disrespect towards your parents. If she is a woman, she may be pregnant and the husband does not take care of her in the best way. Do not be infatuated with obtaining favors from a woman or a man, as the case may be, because if you think that you cannot live without that person, you can destroy yourself. -You have to beware of perverse actions.

Prayer of the Odu Baba Ika Kana:

IKA KANA IFA AWO OMO KANA GBOGBO OMO ALAYE ESHU OFO
LODE AKANA MASHAYU MAMAKEÑA ORUNMILA.

Ebbo of the Odu Ika Okana Ifa:

Work for development

A circle with the four ritual colors of Osha (white, red, blue, yellow) is painted on the ground or on the ground. The interested party will be well cleaned with 2 white doves, calling the

Astros, mainly the Rainbow. The pigeons are given to the circle by calling the Astros and then the path is asked with coconut, asking first if it stops a Loma.

For Ogún

It should be reinforced with a piece of railroad track and old iron balls.

Head prayer of the sign Ika Kana.

Urgent head prayer is made with a snapper (Ejá-Bo).

The head is also requested with coconut, husk, cocoa butter and prodigious herb, always alive (ewe dun dun).

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Meaning of the oddun of Ifa Ika Kana:

The Odu Ika Kana speaks of the reserve of sacrifice to avoid the consequences of evil actions. It is recommended to you; have an important choice depending on a decision that must be made about something that is right and good.

This was where human beings learned to eat meat and blood foods.

This Odu speaks of persecution. Here the Cat was chasing Guinea.

For this Ifá, Ogún is reinforced with a piece of railway line and old iron balls. The four fundamental Osha necklaces will also be used.

When this Odu comes out to a customer, an urgent Snapper (Ejá-Bo) will be given to the head.

For this Odu, ebo is made with jicotea (ayapa) and this is put in a sack and hung behind the door of the house on the days that Ifá marks. Ebo is also made with four brava cane joints, each one is tied with a small piece of beef, a small arrow and goes into the ebo.

We must be careful of kneeling, fractures or trauma to the lower limbs, throat disease, and asthma.

This Ifá speaks of a person who has done works with the purpose of attracting a spouse.

It also marks children's disrespect for Parents.

The Awó with this Odu, must be careful where he eats and drinks, as they can poison him.

He speaks of envy, slander, blackmail, and lack of respect for the elderly.

For a woman; She may be pregnant and her husband does not take care of her in the best way.

This Odu speaks of curse, and to remove it; You have to take baths with farolito grass or toad grass (shewerekuekue) and then beg your head with prodigious grass and coconut, husk and cocoa butter.

The person with this Odu must take care of their eyesight.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ika Kana:

The incredulous man.

There was a man who was having work and was not prospering, but he was incredulous. One day he went to see Orúnmila and this Odu came out, Ifá ordered him to do ebo. He performed the ebo.

After a few days the man began to buy products in the field to resell them in the square, this was repeated and began to prosper. So much did he prosper that he bought whole crops and sold them to resellers.

Time passed and the man did not remember Orúnmila. One day Eshu said to Orúnmila: What is the life of that man who bought the crops of the peasants? Orúnmila told him: That is one who no longer remembers me.

Eshu disguised himself and went to talk to the hoarder and said: You no longer remember the old man who did the ebo when you were poor. The man told him that he did not remember.

Then Eshu put sorcery (Ogu) and garbage on the grains and meats, and they began to be bitten by the bugs, and when people went to buy their merchandise they saw that it was bitten and they did not buy anything and immediately lost everything. that he had stored and looking so bad he went back to Orúnmila's house.

Orúnmila made him bear again and this Odu came out again, doing the Ebo again, and said: you are going to prosper again, but it will cost you work and you cannot forget the Saints.

Orúnmila gave Eshu to him and consecrated him as the son of Ifá (awafakan) and little by little the man got up again and became the storekeeper of food and grains of that town.

Ika Okana Ifa Traditional Nigerian

ÌKÁ ÒKÀNRÀN

Ìká bí kan
Olókànràn bí kan
Adìe bà lókùn
Ara ò rOkùn
Ara ò ro goodbye
Adìe n wá tèngèlé tèngèlé
Okùn náà n wá tèngèlé tèngèlé
A day fún Ògúngbádé
Omo Elérìn mo sà
Omo Ogbón inú eni níí tú nií je
Nnkan òun ò bàjé?
Wón ní kó rbo
Wón ní gbogbo è ní ó móo bóó déédé
Ó seun
Ó rubo
Ó sòwò
Ó jèrè
Ó bóde pàdé
Kò sòfò omo
Kò réèmòo kín nìí
Ní bá n jó n ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Ìká bí kan
Olókànràn bí kan
Adìe bà lókùn
Ara ò rOkùn
Ara ò ro goodbye
Adìe n wá tèngèlé tèngèlé
Okùn náà n wá tèngèlé tèngèlé
A day fún Ògúngbádé
Omo Elérìn mo sà
Omo Ogbón inú eni níí ti nií je
Mó mòmò sèsè jìjàdù mó o
Ògúngbádé
Ogbón inúù rétóó je.

Ifá says that this person is very wise. His insight is enough for him to stay alive. He is advised not to rush unnecessarily. Ifá says that the plan he has in mind is good, but he must be careful and have a fresh head. His things will stabilize.

Ìká gives birth to one
Olókànràn gives birth to one
A chicken perches on a rope
It's uncomfortable for the rope
It's uncomfortable for the chicken
The chicken is reeling from side to side
The rope is also reeling from side to side
They made divination for Ògúngbádé
The descendant of Elérìn mo sà
The descendant of the Ogbón clan inú eni níító níí je
He had been asking 'wouldn't my life be a disaster?'
They advised him to sacrifice
And that all her things would be alright
He was good
He performed the sacrifice
He was dedicated to trading
And made profit
All the good forces of commerce, worked well for him
He had no loss of children
And did not bear witness to any bad chance
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
Ìká gives birth to one
Olókànràn gives birth to one
A chicken perches on a rope
It's uncomfortable for the rope
It's uncomfortable for the chicken
The chicken is reeling from side to side
The rope is also reeling from side to side
They made divination for Ògúngbádé
The descendant of Elérìn mo sà
The descendant of the Ogbón clan inú eni níító níí je
Don't strain again
Ògúngbádé
His wisdom is enough to provide food for you.

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