Ika Otura (Ika Foguero)

Ika Otura - Ika Campfire

Other names of the Oddun Ika Otura:

  • Ika Tura.
  • Ika Paure.
  • Ika Foguero.
  • Ika Forguero.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Ika Otura?

  • The uneasiness of parents for the future of their children.
  • The ace.

What is the Ika Otura sign talking about?

  • This Ifá is the same as his twin brother Otura-Ika, he points out that disobedience costs life.
  • This is the swimmer who grew old and no longer had the strength to swim, because he was short of breath. Apply to a mature man who has a young obini and can no longer do a good role with it. If the man is young, this way he falls into impotence.
  • You have to make a step often and give the ground an eyeball to avoid falling.
  • This is done in joro joro with irete kutan, baba ejiogbe Ika tura or the Odu del Awó, if it is Awó because the omode toku with baba tobi.
  • Here the jaw speaks.

The sign Ika Foguero indicates:

  • It marks the Awó or the person or the Awó when this old man falls from the waist down and dies from the heart.
  • It marks uneasiness for the future of the children.
  • The owl and the cat eat mice.
  • Quickly put on the idde of obatala and that of oya and if it is Awó and you have odduduwa, feed him.
  • Ifá ni kaferefun Oduduwa.
  • It is forbidden to have dogs in the house.
  • Orula told the king that he had to ebbo with the dog he had and he disobeyed him. When the war came, when he found himself lost, he had to hide in a jar that he had in the palace courtyard and was discovered because of his dog.

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Recommendations of the Ika Otura sign:

You have to feed the earth.

You have to feed Olokun and Olorun so that the house is strengthened and the children obey.

To solve problems, an ebbo of this Ifá (Ika Otura) is made with a jaw of any animal and two eyele fun fun.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Ika Otura:

  • The strength is in the joining.
  • Divide and conquer.
  • The dog discovers the master.

Ifa Code of Ethics of the odu Ika Foguero:

When the Awó unite, no one can beat them.

Says Ifa Ika Otura:

That there is a catch; that you I try to move once; You. We vote garment; there is a little sick person; do not go through the river or sea shore because you may fall; here it says that you Don't be greedy; there is a person visiting you, be careful with the tragedy because you may have lost; You. He has a son who does not eat well; You. You had a dream a few days ago or last night that it is good, to whom you. He saw in that dream he went to Oya, and you. He does not remember what he said, he has to put on the oya and obatala necklace; feed him smellun; In your house there is a sick person who, if he is not ready, could be in danger;

To walk well you have to do ebbo; to you Her groin hurts and if she is a woman she is pregnant; her husband sees another and if he looks at the woman the man prays and if he is a man the same; You. His boxer shorts or shirt are torn, his wife has a husband and lover.

Prayer of the Odu Ika Foguero (Otura):

Ika fogero kombu kumbo adIfáfun oñi bini eyele lebo Kaferefun oya, ala ati olorun.

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Ebbo of the sign Ika Otura:

Un akuko una die, una eyele, una etu, asho arae de gbogbo omode, atitan ile, una ada, omi okun, omi odo, gbogbo ileke, asho fun fun, pupua, arolodo, aperi, eku, epo, awado, opolopo owo .

Ika Foguero (Otura) Traditional Nigerian Ifa


Èsò èsò n làgbàlagbà fíí rìnrìn ògànjó
Toríi kó mó baà subú
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Tí n lo réé wo ilédì
Láì bénì kankan so
Wón ní kó rbo
Ngbà Òrúnmìlà n lòó wo ilédì
oh daké
Gbogbo àwon Akápò è ó móo lòó dá Ifá
Òrúnmìlà or yes dáké Sílé
Níjó tí wón or bàá sì sorò fun
Òrúnmìlà or bàá pé e ó fùún. Òun ní nnkan o
Wón bá n fún a léku
Wón n fun Ifá léran
hey hey
Ní wá n jó n ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo è n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo túùn wí
Èsò èsò n làgbàlagbà fíí rìnrìn ògànjó
Toríi kó mó baà subú
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Tí n lo réé wo ilédì
Láì bénì kankan so
Ebo n won ni or se
Kó lè baà dèrò
Àfi bée bá fun mi léran ò
Kó lè baà dèrò
Omo aráyé give my máwo ò
Wón se bí n ò leè sòrò
Kó le baà dèrò
Àfi bée fun mi léran ò
Kó lè baà dèrò.

Ifá wants this person to be well. He will have peace of mind. He will be perfect. It is with caution that an adult or elderly person walks in the middle of the night

To avoid falling
He prophesied Ifá for Òrúnmìlà
Who was going to enter Ilédì
Without telling anyone
He was advised to offer sacrifice
When Òrúnmìlà entered ilédì
He was pondering
All his representatives would go to make divinations
Únrúnmìlà would be at home meditating
The day they started the rituals
Òrúnmìlà made a demand for one thing in particular
They then gave him their rats
They gave him their meat
And their life was pleasant
So he began to dance with glee
He began to praise his Babaláwo
And his Babaláwo began to praise Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwo had said
It is with caution that an adult or elderly person walks in the middle of the night
To avoid falling
He prophesied Ifá for Òrúnmìlà
Who was going to enter Ilédì
Without telling anyone
They advised him to offer sacrifice
So that your life would be comfortable and your things would improve
At least give me meat
To make your life comfortable
The sons of man cover me with a plate
And they think that I won't be able to speak
To make your life comfortable
At least give me meat
To make your life comfortable.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Ika Otura:

The enemy inside the house.

There was a very poor kingdom where its inhabitants were having a lot of work and one day the king made contacts with other kings of other lands to be able to make commercial relations, but he had to make and give a good impression of his kingdom to those monarchs and he ordered to build a beautiful residence for each of those rulers.

Being on that matter, he decided to go to Orúnmila's house to become a bear, because the people found out about that construction and did not agree with those works. Orúnmila saw this Ifá and told him: what you are doing you cannot do because in the end you are not going to enjoy it and you have your enemies inside the house. Hearing this, the king replied: well, I have always ruled my people with or without difficulties.

Orúnmila replied: well, you will know. The king left, returning to his palace and when he reached it, he called his trusted men and ordered him to build many holes to hide his relatives in them in case of need.

While this was happening the enemies of the king sowed the weeds among the people telling them that while they were going through work and hunger the king made fabulous expenses and great waste with foreigners.

The king's enemies did this because they wanted to give him a coup d'état and this was the right moment and the people were in an uproar and they consummated it. The king was forced to flee, he took his crown and wrapped it and changed his clothes and sent his family to hide with their addicts in the newly built holes, and he went into the interior of the country.

A few days later he ran out of supplies and money and he had to sell his crown to a merchant and when he left the merchant he looked at the crown again and realized who had sold it to him was the king. . The word spread through the town and the monarch's pursuers took the track and left behind it and reached the holes where his family was and took him prisoner and killed him and his family and covered the holes.

Note: you cannot have cracked or hollow flooring in your home. You have to feed the earth.

2 comments on “Ika Otura”

  1. A million blessings for that entire group @oshaeifa.com that is responsible for making possible the reading of various patakie in our religious faith, from Caracas 🇻🇪 I send you a hug 🫂 from a distance. I am Luis Gedler Omo elegua awo orunmila Ika Foguero.

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