Irete Ika

Irete Ika

The Awó needs to think about his things.

Other names for Irete Ika:

  • Irete Iká.
  • Irete Ká.
  • Irete Kaba.
  • Irete Suka.
  • Irete Sukankola.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Irete Ika?

  • The FIG tree.
  • The art of men's meditation.
  • The Palo de Quimbombó does not grow any more than the one who sows it (disgusted compadres).
  • The fight between water and sand (disgusted compadres).
  • Removal of the patella.
  • Receive OLOKUN.
  • For Irete Ika you have to do 3 Oparaldó at 7 am, 12 noon. and 7 pm
  • Make shelter with bat.
  • Why the jutía conga is dominated by OKA (El majá).
  • That Ifá always guarantees work to the Awó.
  • Drinking is failure.

What is the Irete Ika sign talking about?

  • The farmer denies akukó and Ilá to ELEGBA.
  • The inheritance of the houses speaks.
  • They can accuse him of raping young women.
  • The ewé pendejera was sweet and turned bitter and thorny.
  • The old, old EGUN hits the arrhythmia.
  • YEMAYA was disappointed and cried for the son.
  • SHANGO takes revenge and punishes.
  • In Irete Ka you have to have a monkey loaded into the Ilé like an OSAIN.
  • The Arayé gagged OBATALA.
  • A King climbed a palm.
  • You don't eat eggplant.
  • He suffers from bronchial asthma, tuberculosis, stomach ulcers, gallbladder, surgical operations, accidents in
  • limbs, blood contamination, kidney disease and premature abortion, heart and respiration.
  • The mother can abort and die in childbirth.
  • You suffer from nerves, take passionflower.
  • The Eweses are: Pendejera, Higuera.

You can also read: Ifa Ika Rete sign

Recommendations of the Irete Ika sign:

You suffer from nerves, take passionflower.

It ends the misuse of sharp weapons due to bad character, anger and violence, without prior analysis.

You have to work hard to overcome obstacles and do everything you can to climb hierarchies.

You should not pass on all the secrets to the partner, you should be suspicious.

Irete Ka is a waking Odu, she is always being watched.

Avoid obesity and ingestion of alcoholic beverages, boil drinking water.

Manage finances.

prohibitions from Irete Ka:

He has to arm himself with thorns, because with a soft heart they finish him off.

You cannot disrespect your elders and their authority.

Don't be a gossip. Gossip causes the destruction of everything.

Sayings of Irete Ika:

  • Everyone does not know how to play the game of Guacalote.
  • Believe in God, but keep your power safe.
  • The river that grows fast, makes it of dirty water.
  • Man's great vice is to betray whom he trusts.
  • Whoever is made of honey is eaten by ants.

You can read: Oddun Irete Meji

Says Ifa odu Irete Ika:

He has 3 children and is sad because he cannot raise them well. You want to move from where you live. To bathe three days in a row in the sea and what you find in the water, put it behind the door, then luck will come to you. He is to blame for what happens to him, because he has a very hard head. She was not raised by her mother and is or was collected in another home and was raised by someone else. You have the inheritance of a house, land or property. He suffers from the legs. Don't get into all the places. They are going to tell you that you are stinking and you are going to have a hot flash. Don't eat fish. Your enemy wants to sink you. Do not kill mice. Take care of your bad temper and the violence with which you act. Restore and maintain your home and furniture. Beware of intriguing behaviors from people related to your intimate relationships. Beware of your expressions. Keep the norms of gratitude in social relationships. Venerate ELEGBA and OLOKUN.

Prayer of the Odu Irete Ika:

Irete Ka Ifa Mafo Wuoro Oma Ni Teka Adifafun Ila Ateka Lodafun Un Onire Ifa Lorugbo Maferefun Yalorde, Obatala Ati Eshu, Kaferefun Olokun.

Irete Ka's Ebbo: 

Akukó grifo, ekuté, 2 eyelé, monkey hair, oshu buruku eyes, otí, obi, itaná, oñí, ekú, ejá, abití, otá de loma, opolopo owó.

Distribution: Akukó grifo and ekuté for OSAIN, the rest wonders.

Note: For this Ifá, you have to receive OSAIN in order to defeat the enemy. This OSAIN wears his maja leather lining between loads and his eyes go chalk.

Note: In this Ifá is born why the jutía conga is dominated by Oshu Buruku (El majá) and why this jutía stares at him and is a victim of his hypnotism and power of gaze.

Note: You have to have an eku head in your ELEGBA and a little monkey in the house. This jumpsuit is loaded and is like an OSAIN.

You can read: Treaty of the Odu Ojuani Hermoso

Meaning of the odu Irete Ka (Ika):

Maferefun Olokun, Yemayá, Shango.

Bring what was found in the sea and put it behind the door (stone or other of religious importance).

Gossip causes the destruction of everything.

It ends the misuse of sharp weapons due to bad character, anger and violence, without prior analysis.

Arguments occur for homes or properties.

There are things pending with San Lázaro.

He does not raise his children.

Have an eku head in ELEGBA and a monkey loaded in the house, as if it were an OSAIN.

You should not pass on all the secrets to the partner, you should be suspicious.

Taking care of being confident can cost you your life.

You will always triumph in ordinary disputes and you will have a job if you make sacrifices and have faith.

Take care of yourself in rivers, beaches, swimming pools, etc.

Ifá of torrential rains, penetrations of the sea, contamination of the waters and collapse in the houses.

Problems in agriculture, due to carelessness.

Use for eye problems with bat.

He must make constant sacrifices and offerings to ELEGBA.

Respect the elders and their authority.

You must give a goat to ELEGBA.

He has weapons saved for a mess on his hands, put 7 sticks of timber trees and EBOMISI with 7 leaves.

Use Castile soap for the lerí and then EBOMISI with Siguaraya, collect the water and for the sea.

Irete Ka Ifa Traditional

ÌRETÈ ÌKÁ

Àtèká Awo ilá
A díá fún Ilá tÍ n fomi ojú sògbérè omo
Wón ní ó rbo kó lè baà bímo
Àteká Awo Ikàn
Ló dífá fún Ikàn
Ikàn náà n fomi ojú sògbérè omo
Wón ní ó saca káalè ó sebo omo
Àtèká Awo Bòbó Àwòdì
Ló díá fún Bòbó Àwòdí
N fomi ojú sògbérè omo
Wón ní yóó bímo lópòlopò
Ebo omo ni kó wáá se
Àwon métèèta gbébo nbè
Wón rubo
Wón ní sùgbón kí wón ó tún rbo ayé o
Wón ní torí omo ni ón bí o
Kí wón ó rbo àwon omoo won ntorí ayé
Ilá ní túun bá ti bímo
Kò yes kinní kan mó
Wón ló dáa
Ilá bá bèrè Síí bímo
BÁwon omo è bá sì ti dàgbà
Ayé ó bàá móo fòbe gé won lórí
Ni ón bá n se wón je lobè
Ikàn tí ón ní kóun náà ó rbo ayé
Ó gbébo ayé
Béè ni ò ru
Wón ní wón ó fìílè
Ikàn náà bímo
Ilè kún
Ngbà ó fi òbe la òun náà nínú
Wón ó bàá yí I légùúsí
Wón ó se òun náà lobè
Wón fí n jeun
Bòbó Àwòdì nìkan náà ló rubo
Tea dòla
Won ò lè je Bòbó Àwòdì
Òun nìkan ló ru egbèrin abéré
Èsù bá kan díè nnú abéré òhún mó or lára
Tí ón bá làwon or fowó ka omo è
Yóó gùún won lówó ni
Bòbó Àwòdì wá n jó ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Àtèká Awo ilá
A díá fún Ilá tÍ n fomi ojú sògbérè omo
Ó rbo ó n bímo
Ebo ayé ni ón o se
Ó gbébo béè ni ò rubo ayé
Àtèká Awo Ikàn ló dífá fún Ikàn
Ikàn náà n fomi ojú sògbérè omo
Wón ní ó saca káalè ó sebo omo
Ó rbo ó n bímo
Wón ní or sebo ayé
Ó kò béè ni ò sebo ayé
Àtèká Awo Bòbó Àwòdì ló díá fún Bòbó Àwòdì
Ó rubo omo or rubo ayé
Taa ní n be léyìn tú rbo?
Bòbó Àwòdì
Ní n be léyìn tí n tube
Bòbó Àwòdì.
Ifá says that life will be pleasant with this person.
Àtèká is the priest of the Okra
He was the one who made divination for the Okra due to sons
He was advised to make sacrifice since he could not have children
Àtèká is the priest of the Garden Egg
He was the one who made divination for the Garden Egg
The Garden Egg was crying because he had no children
He was advised to care for the earth and offer sacrifice for children
Àtèká is the priest of the Spinner
He was the one who made divination for the Spinner
When he was crying for sons
They assured him that he would have many children
But I should offer sacrifices for children
The three of them heard about the sacrifice
They did it
But they also warned him that they must offer sacrifice against earthly enemies
Because the children had already done it
'You all made the sacrifice before the arrival of the children' Babaláwo said
'Once I have babies'
'Everything else is trivial' Said the Okra
No problem, the priest said
The Okra began to have children
But once your children grew to a certain age
The man would cut off his head with a knife
And I'd cook it in soup to eat
The Garden Egg was warned to perform sacrifice as well
He heard about the sacrifice against earthly enemies
And I still hadn't
They said 'Leave it'
The Garden Egg also had children
The whole world was full of them
But when the Garden Egg's son grew to manhood
They would cut it into two halves too with a knife
Man would boil it with melon seeds
And cook it in soup
They would eat it
But the spinner was only the one who offered the sacrifice
And see you tomorrow
Nobody dared to cook the Spinner to eat
He was the only one who offered 800 needles
Èsù then fixed some of the needles on his body
If someone tried to touch him or his children
Would prick his hands
The Spinner then started dancing and was happy
He was praising his Babaláwos
And their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had said
Àtèká is the priest of the Okra
He was the one who made divination for the Okra due to sons
He was advised to make sacrifice since he could not have children
He offered the sacrifice and began having children
But he was advised to now offer a sacrifice against his earthly enemies
He heard about the sacrifice but hadn't done it yet
Àtèká is the priest of the Garden Egg
He was the one who made divination for the Garden Egg
The Garden Egg was crying due to its sterility
He was advised to care for the earth and offer sacrifice for children
He offered the sacrifice and began having children
He was later advised to offer a sacrifice against earthly enemies
And he refused so he did not make the sacrifice against his earthly enemies
Àtèká is the priest of the Spinner
He was the one who made divination for the Spinner
He sacrificed in order to have children and also against his earthly enemies
Who comes from behind making all the sacrifices?
The spinner
He was the only one who came from behind and made all the sacrifices
The Spinner.

Patakie of the Irete Ika sign:

This was where a man had sold the okra plants and a boy asked him for three and did not give them to him; then he asked for two and did not give them either. Finally, one and was not pleased. The boy left, but since he was Eshu, after three days he ruined his crops. The man, when he went to see his planting, it was all ruined. Then he went to ORUNMILA's house, who saw this letter and asked him if they had asked him for something that he denied. He replied that yes, a boy asked him for okra and he refused.

The Awó sent for the boy, who was Eshu. So the man said that was the boy. The Awó told him that he had to bring okra for the boy, because that was ELEGBA, and do EBO with the other okra.

The fight of the water with the sand.

The sea was in a very difficult situation, as it was unable to extend its waters because it was prevented by an immense cloud of rocks, the reefs, which is why it was oppressed by these powerful enemies.
OLOKUN, to get out of this situation, decided to visit ORUNMILA, who made him bear and saw this Ifá and told him: How, being so powerful, you let a simple mass of reefs interrupt your domains and oppress you? He replied: It is a great mass of rocks, it stops me and does not allow me to reach the shore of the earth.

Then, ORUNMILA marked prayer with: Drill, pick, shovel, barrette and other demolition tools, akukó, eyelé, ekú, eyá, epo. And with those tools he began to work and a short time later, that mass gave way, destroyed by the action of the waves of the sea, turning into a pile of sand.

This is the reason why the sea, at present, reaches the shore. But, at a great distance from the shore, the sand is deposited and in large areas of the coasts there is sand. And so the sea, for having prayed, could leave its level and invade the land and return to its own domains.

Note: This way you have to receive OLOKUN. The tools of this EBO are put on OLOKUN and it carries sand and sea water. The akukó and the eyelé are given to OLOKUN and it takes to the sea so that the water takes it. Do Paraldo three times the same day: once for the Tomorrow, another at 12 noon and the other at 7 pm Three osiadié, ashó pupua fun fun and dun dun, itaná, otí, poplar and carob segments in the first. Segments of holy basil, seedling and peaceful sea in the second. And in the third ewé guanguero, aberikunló and granada. Omiero is also made with all these ewés to bathe and otí, and the bath water is collected and thrown into a river where the water runs. The three Paraldos go to the river.

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