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Irete Odi - Irete untendi

The appropriation of Olodumare, in the life of the Awo. Oddun from Ifa Irete Untendi.

Other names for Irete Odi:

Go Say, Go Untendi.


In the oddun Irete Untendi was born:

  • Feed Kuekuéye to Elegbá, goose to Yemayá and goose to Oshún.
  • Give water in a jar to the saints with both hands, when they go down so that they grant grace.
  • Dropsy
  • The secret of the four golden kashe.
  • Sing three songs to Ozayín.
  • Money laundering.
  • In Irete Untendí it is born that the woman suffers when she stops and the man enjoys.
  • Kole masa (the dragon).

The sign of Ifa Irete Odi marks:

  • The curse of Oluopopó the children to be Addodi of alakuata.
  • That Irete Untendí is a fortune teller by birth.
  • Yemayá Asezú (the forgetful) is born.
  • The little awó tells Olófin everything he hears.
  • Elegbá exchanged everything for a sack of jars.
  • There is separation of families and awoses.
  • The servants clean the master.
  • Yemayá eats goose and duck with her face covered and in the toilet.
  • The war of Orunmila and Ozayín speaks, due to lack of respect for Ozayín.
  • Osi (goose), for disobedience, is given to the saints.
  • Yemayá and ogun eat turkey.
  • Irete Odi talks about the power of corn stigmas.
  • The woman who never laughed speaks.
  • The war between santeros and awoses arises, for the supremacy of religion.

Irete Di points out:

  • People pose as fortune tellers.
  • It marks the loss of power and ashé because of a woman.
  • Salt is retained.
  • The most common diseases are liver cirrhosis, nephrosis, anemia, diabetes, pancreas, bronchi, lungs and gallbladder.
  • The customer needs praise and likes to be guessed.
  • The Eweses are: doradilla and vicaria blanca.

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Description of the oddun Irete Untendi (Odi):

Settle Oshá in the lerí.
For disobedience, he dies.
Be careful with the candle, it can burn.
Do not throw water from anyone who bathes, or use someone else's soap.
It is important to wear the Ildé de elegbara.
Do not walk with fat.
This letter emphasizes minors from 1 to 15 years old.
Put rugs on the door so that everything bad that the feet bring, stays in said object
Irete Untendí sends the union to avoid losses.
Throw everything cracked or broken (glass or slabs) in the corner, with otí, against the arayé.
Work is done to prevent ashelú from entering the ilé.
Use rugs to get out of bed, because the person is a king.
Picking up abandoned child will be beneficial to you in old age.
Yemayá is resentful, for feeling mocked.
Irete Untendi is an Ifá of theft and cheating.
The person is dissatisfied with the fame and fortune obtained.

Advice from the Oddun of Ifa Irete Odi:

In Irete Di you are advised to be careful not to get into trouble for prophesying things you do not know.
For the love of a woman, forget his vows of conscience and religious liturgy.
The wife laughs for the first time when the husband dies.
The awó of this Oddun cannot forget his commitments to Orunmila and must study so that he does not incur losses of any kind.
The omó uses money as a cane.
The Oddun of Ifa Irete Odi explains persistence or constancy, but change is necessary.
Do not get down, because you like it. Avoid self-reliance.
The water fostered the monster (internal diseases).
The obiní oboñú must bear in mind the factor between herself and her first-born, and the generation of antibodies that it implies when they are not compatible, especially in future pregnancies.
You have to put an ashó dundun and funfun on it, for the candle that comes to it. Talk about the airways.

Sayings of Irete Untendi:

  • Lerí bishola (in the stubborn head).
  • After he eats, he doesn't mind being killed.
  • Irete Untendí, fortune teller by birth.
  • When the father cannot be taken, the son is taken.
  • The whetstone will always have someone to go to it.
  • Santeros and Awoses fight for supremacy.
  • He loses everything for a woman.

Ethical code of Ifa del odu Irete Untendi:

The Awó unite to avoid losses to each other.

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Irete Untendi (odi) talks about:

In Irete Di, the whetstone speaks, which does not want to be lifted.

This is the professional prostitute, guess.

This is ELEGBA ESHU BOKU speaking, who looks after the graves at night and looks after the cemetery gates by day.

Dirty money is sent to be exchanged for clean.

The awó of this Oddun (Irete Untendí) cannot forget his commitments to Orunmila and must study so that he does not incur losses of any kind.

The fire of the dragon was extinguished (impotence, losses in general).

The woman laughs when the husband dies for the first time.

Says Ifa odu Irete Untendi

He fights in the air, to no avail, despite the fact that his father has given him a reign as prince. Take care of your religious affairs, learn so that you reign and do not get lost. Don't suit your wife's demands and whims. Take care of yours. Meet Shango. Do not wash with anyone's soap. Don't live high up. Give your Oluwó something to move forward. Do not drink water from a jug. Oshún is going to give him luck. You must seat the children osha. Beware of witchcraft, they want to try it, do not trust anyone. Pay what you owe to Shango. He is being weakened by diseases that he suffers. Take the tips. Something bad wants to happen at the door of your house, pour water every day. Don't deal with gossip even if they are looking for it. The sick at home can die. Make Ebbó so that the roads are opened for you, because they are closed. Give Obbatalá a jug of water. He must use a carpet to get up, because he is king. Buy tickets and try your luck. You have money saved and you are going to manufacture. You will have an inheritance. Take care of the debts with San Lázaro. He does not take care of the things he has to do until the rope reaches his neck. Beware of falls and limb injuries. He likes to be guessed. Never speak ill of Orunmila. Beware of theft. Likes them and needs praise. Do not waste time. Be careful not to break.

Prayer of the Odu Irete Untendi:

Ama Danima Adifafun Abuan Lori Tonsholu Osi Modi Lebo Arie Nikoma Lamawarodo Kaferefun Malambo.

Suyere (Song) Irete Say:


Ebbo of the sign of Ifa Irete Untendi:

Work to avoid ashelú:

Ebbó with akukó adié, a lot of awado, 2 olubombo (wands), 2 itaná, owó tente barú. After the Ebbó, the person is encircled with the rope of the Ebbó. The chicken is Fifeshú or for Ozayín. The person is sent to jump 3 times backwards and 1 time to the right. The chicken is split open on the back. The rope is cut into 4 pieces, asking, and is inserted into the akukó adié and this is placed inside the ikoko. The 2 wands with the oríkers of the arayé are put on it, chalked with oú of 7 colors and a lot of awado is added. You are given obbi, skip, and for a path.

Irete Odi's work for the enemy:

Put Elegbá cornet with the enemy's name inside. Cover with soap.

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Patakie of the Irete Untendi sign:

the war of Orunmila and Ozayin.

Ozayin threw powders, eggs, etc., at Orunmila and Eshú said every day to Orunmila: look at everything that is happening to you. But Orunmila was not paying attention. It was already so much about Ozayin, who claimed to know more than everyone else, that people began to go to his side. Orunmila asked and this ifá came out and made Ebbó: akukó, adié meyi, cornet and epo, and sent for Ozayin, asking him to stay still. They enter into a stubbornness and made a bet in front of Obbatalá, to see which of the two buried their children for three days and then brought them out alive. As Orunmila had made Ebbó, he had two holes made by the river and gave Oshún two chickens, so that he could open a hole that would connect the three holes and thus feed his buried children. After three days, the court was constituted and Orunmila began to sing. The earth moved and brought out its children. Orunmila had already sent Eshú to throw the Ebbó into the hole. Eshú took the Ebbó and tied it to the mayombero's horn and covered the gaps, leaving only one. The mayombero went to play his bugle and could not, because the holes were covered. So it was that he lost. Orunmila took them out through the gap left by Elegbá and thus became Orunmila's slave.
Note: if you have an abandoned child, pick it up, it can be favorable in your old age.

Irete Untendi Ifa Traditional


Oníkinnkin dikin
Awo ile Oníkinnkin dikin
Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
Awo ile Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Babá gbóúnje lájà je
Kó lè baà romo gbé jó
Òrúnmìlà làwon arà ilé ko tì
Òrúnmìlà ò soy
ko bèru
N bokè ìpòrí è
Ngbà or ya
here give
Ìyàwó give
omo give
Omó pò omo ò ni mòmó mó
Àwon ará ilé bá gbá rùkù tì í
Wón ba deru è
Ifá pé kí eléyìun or móo se daadáa
Gbogbo ire lo sun Òrúnmìlà bò
Òrúnmìlà bá n jó ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Oníkinnkin dikin
Awo ile Oníkinnkin dikin
Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
Awo ile Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Babá gbóúnje rè sacajà je ntorí omo
Nje Ifa n gbo
Ifá n gbó nilé aládó
winrin kún win
Òrúnmìlà n gbo or
N gbó lájà ale
Winrin kún win.

Ifá advises this person to offer sacrifice to Òrúnmìlà so that his good things can be manifested. People will look down on him but he must have hope in his creator. Ifá says that he will be privileged within society in this verse.

Oníkinnkin dikin
He is the priest of the house Oníkínnkín dikín
Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
He is the priest of the house Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
They were the ones who made divination for Òrúnmìlà
When Baba would bring his food to eat in the attic
So that I could have children to take care of
This is Òrúnmìlà who had neglected his entire house
Òrúnmìlà was not afraid
He was not scared
He continued offering sacrifices to his Ifá
After a short period of time
Wealth came to him
The handcuffs came towards him
So did the children
And his children were many
Everyone in the house, seeing all this movement, approached him to have a part
And they became his slaves
Ifá advises this person to have a good behavior
All the things were left over in the house of únrúnmìlà
Únrúnmìlà 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
Oníkinnkin dikin
He is the priest of the house Oníkínnkín dikín
Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
He is the priest of the house Oníkìnnkìn dikìn
They were the ones who made divination for Òrúnmìlà
When Baba would bring his food to eat in the attic so that he could have children to take care of
Is Ifa listening to us?
If Ifá listens to us in the city of Adó
Wiirin kún win
Òrúnmìlà is listening
He is listening in the underground bunker
Winrin kún win.

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