Irete Lazo

Irete iroso

The Totem, statues and religious images. From this ifa, these 3 symbols are worshiped

Other names for Irete Iroso:

  • Irete Iroso,
  • Irete Lazo.
  • Irete Osu.
  • Irete Rosu.

In the odu Irete Lazo was born:

  • Put osun in front of the board, so that he can witness the Itá in this Oddun.
  • The dance of osun.
  • The scratch of osayin.
  • Que osun is Orunmila's staff.
  • The Totem, the statues and religious images.
  • That when they feed Azojuano, you have to give it to Shango.
  • The letter is ruined with sage and Indian akukó.
  • Danger looms for the Awó and / or consultant.
  • Orunmila was empty and osun encouraged him.
  • Shango wounded Osun.
  • Olofin struck Osun.

The sign of Ifa Irete Iroso marks:

  • Osun descends into the Iroko bush.
  • The Ifá del Awó carries 1 pot of acana in his large hand
  • The dead were placed on the branch of the carob tree.
  • Orunmila discovers the candle.
  • The Oddun is known as edi (does not see what is in front of it)
  • It is where agayu became Deity.
  • Oggún kicked Azojuano out of his house and banished him.
  • The Eweses are: sage, moruro, witch grass and peony.

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Meaning of the Irete Lazo sign:

  • It is the Oddun # 216 of the Lordly Order of Ifá.
  • The person or the Awó Irete Lazo can accidentally kill one. That is why games with weapons, both fire and sharp, are prohibited. A danger looms both for the Awó and for the consulted.
  • Point out leg problems. To solve this, a work is carried out with Elegbá at the foot of a pipe, where he is given 1 osiadié. It must be from the knees to Elegbá.
  • For osayin scratching, osayin charcoal, 7 flies, epo and iyefá are mixed. 3 cuts are made upwards with a crystal on each shoulder blade and the meyis, the awó sign and Irete lasso are prayed and the mixture is rubbed there.
  • The person who gets this Oddun, is brain sick or will be, will give him Indian akukó with Omiero of sage to wash the leri before.
  • There may be traps in the places where you are invited.
  • They work the house with Oggú, including the candle.
  • Osun is a Saint who warns you and removes everything bad from your path.
  • The person dies of suffering because of the disappointment he suffers with those around him.
  • Can die unfulfilled
  • Eshu pursues him for a breach.
  • When Osun falls, he announces misfortune.
  • The person is diseased in the brain and legs.
  • The Oddun Irete Lazo speaks of impediments and of not seeing things, he does not value the information in front of him. You must push yourself, push yourself, and overcome new things to grow.
  • The Oddun predicts that the person who has it must have authority in the world.
  • The person must be scratched with an osayin garment.
  • Take care of who you offer your home.

Sayings of Irete Lazo:

  • Osun spins, but falls to his feet.
  • Give mass to the eggun of the 4 winds.
  • The corpse was not corrupted, because it was not completed.
  • Things are in front of him and he doesn't see them.
  • He is in the village and does not see the houses.

Ifa Code of Ethics of the odu Irete Iroso:

Osun is Orunmila's watchman.

Irete Lazo talks about:

  • Point out leg problems. To solve this, a work is carried out with Elegbá at the foot of a pipe, where he is given 1 osiadié. It must be from the knees to Elegbá.
  • Oddun Irete Lazo orders the family to unify and behave well with parents.
  • Talk about why Shangó eats with Azojuano.
  • The Awó of this Oddun carries a pot of acana within his large Ifá hand.

Says Ifa odu Irete Lazo

Open your eyes wide, because there are 3 people who want to deceive you, they can usurp a piece of land. A son of his comes to bring him luck. Oshún chases her. Do not pass the sea, at least for 7 days. Be careful in a meeting that you are invited among the justice. Your house is very hot. Beware of traps. You defend something that is not yours. Don't eat anything red. Something has been stolen from you that is yours in its own right. Bath with sage and use a new towel for problems of disorders. If he is Obiní, he must live with an Awó. His enemies do everything possible to make him disappear or kill him out of envy. His children and godchildren pay him badly. Be careful who you pick up at home, who may fall in love with your daughter or family and give a bad payment to the favors you have done.

Prayer of the Odu Irete Lazo:

Bogbo Tiroro Tola Otu Ifá Pori Olófin Komashe.

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Irete Lazo's Ebbo:

Secret Of Irete Lazo By Osobbó:

Ingredients: 1 burning coal, 1 dove.
When this sign appears, if it is Awó and he leaves accompanied by osalofobeyo, a dove is given to osun and Elegbá is placed next to him and he is asked with obi omí tútu if he wants eyé. If he asks for it, he is given a drop of eyé from the dove and immediately afterwards Elegbá is taken out to the patio. A burning coal is put on top of osun and given a drop of eyé from the eyelé and that coal is taken out for the patio immediately. After removing the charcoal, a drop of eyé de eyelé is given to the head of osun and the rest around it. Osun is removed and omí tútu, oñí and iyefá are added. The coal is saved.

Note: When the aléyo is done the same, but a drop of eyé is put on his head, oñí, omí tútu. After osun is given to him and with it he gets up and makes gold, the floor is cleaned. The pigeon is roasted and after three days it is launched for the bush.

Pataki of the sign Irete Lazo:

Orunmila, with the etú, discovers the candle.

Orunmila registered in the morning and this Ifá came out, which indicated that he had to go to a place, but to be careful that there was a trap. They had already invited him to a party. Orunmila took an etú and made ebbó, and was cleaned with the guinea. When he got to the point he released her and the etú stood on a pole and began to say: there it is. Then Orula continued walking, inserted the stick, sank and the flame of the candle leapt. Then he said: to iban eshu and all the enemies fled.

Irete Iroso Traditional Ifa

ÌRETÈ ÌROSÙN

Ó tè nínú ìlosùn
Ó ba buubú labé eéran
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Tí n lo rèé te omo Eléwì odò nÍfá
Wón ní kó rbo
Òrúnmìlà kó omo Eléwì odò nÍfá
Ó kó or lédè
Ó mò on
Omo Eléwì odò ò se jàmbá
N dífá daadáa
Eléwì odò bá kó gbogbo olà
Ó bá kó o fún Òrúnmìlà
Ó ní kí Òrúnmìlà ó gbà á
Torí òun ló kó omo òun lédè
Ifá pé a à gbodò sehún búburú yes ení or kó ni nÍfá
Òrúnmìlà wá n jó n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Ó tè nínú ìlosùn
Ó ba buubú labé eéran
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Tí n lo rèé te omo Eléwì odò nÍfá
Mo réni olà se lébo
Òrúnmìlà ló te omo Eléwì odò nÍfá
Mo réni olà se lébo.
Ifá wants this person to be well. He should be good to his Babaláwos students and don't let them down. He must find a time and space to do good things. He will find himself a grateful person to make divination to him. This is the Ifá verse that tells us about the retributive rule or norm.
Ó tè nínú ìlosùn
Ó ba buubú labé eéran
He was the one who made divination for Òrúnmìlà
Who was going to initiate the son of Eléwì odò in the cult of Ifá
They advised him to offer sacrifice
Òrúnmìlà taught Ifá to the son of Eléwì odò
He taught her the language
The son learned all the songs
Eléwì odò's son did not skip any steps or lie
He was interpreting exactly what Ifá said
Eléwì odò then packed loads of wealth
And he gave them all to Òrúnmìlà
He implored her to accept it
'Why were you the only one who taught my son the language of Ifá'
Ifa says that one should never be mean to his Ifa teacher
Òrúnmìlà then started dancing and was very happy
He was praising his Babaláwos
And their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had said
Ó tè nínú ìlosùn
Ó ba buubú labé eéran
He was the one who made divination for Òrúnmìlà
Who was going to initiate the son of Eléwì odò in the cult of Ifá
I have seen a rich person prescribe sacrifices
This is Òrúnmìlà who incited the son of Eléwì odò in the cult of Ifá
I have seen a rich person prescribe sacrifices.

 

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