Iroso Tolda (4-3): Meaning, Tips and Stories
Iroso Tolda or Iroso Ogunda advises offering sacrifice to its creator who will not let him see any evil, Orunmila refers to two people who must offer sacrifice in such a way that no misunderstandings arise between them. This person will also have to offer sacrifice to prevent their plans from being spoiled.
Other names of the sign of Ifa Iroso Ogunda:
In the odu Iroso Tolda was born:
- The jamming of firearms.
- Afitibó, death suddenly.
- Death from cardiac arrest.
- The harvest (The manufacture of grape wine).
Description and meaning of oddun Iroso Tolda:
- In this Oddun is born afitibó, death suddenly; death from cardiac arrest.
- Here the dog was killed for the first time as a tangle and gossip.
- He talks about being careful with the sea because it can drown or you can be pushed into it to drown.
IROSO OGUNDA IN OSOBO ARUN.
- If the person has to be operated on, this is resolved through Ogún.
- Iroso Tolda talks about being sick at home.
Here the dog was lost for being a trickster and a gossip.
- Talk about entanglement for business matter.
- Here was the war between the dog and the rabbit.
- Talk about the betrayal of a person who is with you.
- It is an ifa of tragedy and justice.
- Talk about false testimonies of blaming you for something you did not do.
- Oddun Iroso Ogunda talks about an accident where he will be blamed and may even be in prison.
IROSO TOLDA IRE AIKU.
Talk about big luck where you will get a lot of money.
IRE ASHEGUN OTA.
- Of victory over the enemies who prepare death for you, give thanks to Olofin, because there is no one who can beat you.
- Talk about sick in the house.
- It speaks of sustained war that the person has, here Olokun wanted to take the entire extension of the land.
- The person is ecstatic, with a blank mind.
- Talk about entanglement in business matter.
Sayings of Iroso Tolda 4-3
- Evil look for it in your house.
- He who pushes does not hit himself.
- A single stick does not mount.
- A dog depends on good teeth in his mouth.
- A ram depends on its good horns.
- Sometimes alcohol burns more than fire.
- You are born through the genitals and you die through the genitals.
- He who walks upright is wiser than he who sacrifices.
- Haughty eyes, arrogant heart.
- To process there is no greater obstacle than to hasten to act.
Ethical code of Ifa of the Iroso Tolda
The Awó is not delusional.
You can read: Ifa Ogunda Roso sign
What is Iroso Ogunda - Iroso Tolda talking about?
- The feeling of time. The clocks stopped.
- That if the person has to operate that is resolved through Oggún.
- From trade affair entanglement.
- That the owner of this Ifa must have five silver pesos in each hand of Ifá.
- That when Olodumare created the world, he left Olokun undefined, for which some say that he is a woman and others say that he is a man and in reality no one knows for sure if he is a man or a woman.
- Iroso Tolda says that here the person remains in ecstasy, with a blank mind.
- That by this sign in a bear, he orders to be scratched on a stick and have a garment.
- To reinforce Ogún because he is missing a piece.
- That the godfather does not give him the godson Ogún, he is the one who has to pick him up from the ground.
- In the Ifá Iroso Ogunda, Olokun begged Ogún for a leri with 7 different kinds of drinks.
- That here the dog was killed for the first time as a trickster and gossip, because he wanted to make Ogún and Olofin look bad.
- You have to be careful with the sea because you can drown, or you can be pushed into it to drown.
- That here Olokun wanted to take the entire extension of the land and Obatalá let him know that this could not be, because where his children were going to live.
- That here was the war between the dog and the rabbit and both lived in the house of Obatala.
- Of a betrayal of a person who walks with you.
- That Orúnmila fights injustices. Of tragedies and injustices.
- Of sick in the house.
- This Sign of Ifa "Iroso Tolda" speaks of false testimonies where they try to blame you for something that you did not do.
- By defeating the enemies who are preparing death for you, you have to give Olofin grace that there is no one who can beat you.
- Big luck where a lot of money will come to you.
- From a rusty revolver with bullets stuck inside.
- Of accident as an event or in which you are going to be blamed and you can go to prison.
Says Ifa Iroso Sign Tolda
When this odu appears in divination, the person will be advised to take good care of Orúnmila. If you do not have Ifa, you must receive it. If you appear for a woman who has not yet married, she will be told that she is the wife of Orúnmila.
When it appears in divination, the person should be advised to make sacrifice to avoid the loss of their children because of the evil machinations of humans. It is your destiny to have children and lose them.
He can only stop this from happening by receiving his own Ifa. If the woman is already married and not with a Babalawo, she should advise her to receive her Ifá, with the aim of being able to support her children after she has given birth to them.
When Iroso Tolda appears in divination for a man, he will be advised to make sacrifice so that the wife who is destined for him comes to him. If he makes the sacrifice, he will recognize her and willingly accept her, for fear of losing her, and on the path of his destiny. When making the sacrifice, the Ifá priest will add pineapple leaves to the materials.
When this Ifá appears in the Igbodun, the person will be advised that as long as he receives his Ifá very early, life will be very prosperous. It is very likely that you will be involved in a loving trance by a woman with two men. He must make a sacrifice similar to those mentioned above. You should not eat a banana that is roasted in its peel.
You can read: Treaty of the Odu Iroso Meyi
Recommendations of the sign of Ifa Iroso Tolda 4-3
- When you see this Ifá, you cannot kill animals in the house before fifteen days.
- Give thanks to Shango and Ogún.
- Do not take the knife in your hands because you can look for a tragedy.
- Beware of old people's curses, because you won't lift your head.
- Make ebo to get rid of all the bad stuff.
- Aguardiente is given to Ogún and two hens to Orúnmila.
- Don't do favors they won't thank you for
- Give food to his head and beg Oshún every day.
- Measure the range of your words when you reply to others.
Prohibitions of the sign of Ifa Iroso Ogunda
- You cannot drink alcoholic beverages, because when the person is under the influence of it, they have very hurtful words.
- You can't do favors because they won't thank you.
- by Iroso Tolda you can't eat meat.
Prayer of the Odu Iroso Ogunda:
Iroso Tolda Obatalá mowayeni aiye bogbo orisha ewuyiara okun Olokun prayed Osha yanya Aguema opa eni Ina odenu eni Olokun Abakua Obatalá Lodafun Osha odonu kaferefun Shango.
Ebbo by Iroso Ogunda
In this sign of Ifá, Olokun del Awó or Iyalosha is covered with a tarraya, because here Olokun wanted to cover the world and had to be covered with a tarraya.
Orúnmila is given two black hens with an igon (bottle) of water and brandy, so that the people cannot defeat him, since they want to rush Ikú; ebo is made with an adié and with the leaves that fall from the Alamo bush, they were malu, ere of three classes, an obe and opolopo owo.
In this Ifá Olokun begged Osun's head with 7 kinds of drinks; Olokun is not defined.
You don't eat meat.
Work of Iroso Tolda
Here corn flour is thrown around the corners of the house, three rooster feathers are taken, they are put on top of Elegba for 3 days and then they are made into dust for the police.
5 rooster feathers are taken, tied and put on Eshu, everything bad becomes good. The Babalawo who assists him comes to take away the aleyos, make ebo with: 3 kinds of drinks, beans, obori eleda and pray to Oshún every day for the aleyos to come.
You can read: Sign of Ifa Iroso She
Pataki of the sign Iroso Tolda:
THE BIRTH OF A CHILD WHO BECAME A KING.
In a village, the birth of a child took place and in that place lived a fortune teller who said: This child who was born today, when he grows up is going to marry the king's daughter and this child will be a fortune teller.
In those days the king came to those places and asked: What are so many people doing there? And a person answered him: because there a child was born and a fortune teller prophesied that this child would get to marry the king's daughter.
As the king had bad feelings, he had the boy kidnapped and put him in a box and threw him into the river, but the box did not sink and the box tripped over a log for a long time and got stuck.
The man who operated the mill when he noticed that it was not working, went to look and saw the box and when he saw that inside the box there was a crying child, he took it out and ran home to show it to his wife, who put it on. very happy and they raised him.
When the boy was 17 years old, he was already of adequate age for marriage, and the king's daughter was also big, so the king as time went by, returned to the village and saw the boy, who when he saw him reminded him of his face and He asked who was the father of that young man, the old miller answered: I, and he told him the story of that young man and showed him the box, the king realized everything, then he called the young man and said:
Take this letter and go to the city to marry my daughter, the boy left very happy, but on the way he met Elegba and he asked him where he was going, the young man handed him the letter, Elegba seeing her He saw that it was a trap, for when the young man arrived they would kill him, then Elegba modified the letter and told him: Go now with the letter, but the young man, after a long walk, met Ogún who when reading the letter said: something and put in the letter that as soon as the young man arrived they would marry him to the king's daughter. As soon as the young man arrived, the preparations for the wedding began, but the king who was sent to find was missing, he immediately left, but on the way he met Elegba and Ogún, the king asked them what would be the way to arrive soon to the palace and they answered him: Go this way, you will find a river, when you get to the river you will find a man on a raft; this man from the raft was on a mission until another arrived to relieve him and as soon as the king got on, the man got off.
There in the palace when they saw that the king did not arrive, they married their daughter to the boy, becoming king.
Iroso Ogunda Ifa Traditional
Guess for the World (Aiye).
AWERE UNA MI GBOGBO, OGBOLOGBO OLOJANIFO NI FO DEN DEN. ADAFAFUN ORUNMILA NIJO FUN LO SHE AWO FUN AIYE NI SI TORI OMO.
The slow fire that burns the mountain. He is the mighty King who speaks with strength and authority. These were the Awoses who guessed for Orúnmila when she was going to work in Ifé for a woman called Aiye (the World) so that she would have children. Orúnmila was advised to make a sacrifice with a goat. He made the sacrifice before going to guess for Aiye.
In divination, he advised her to make sacrifice with an ewe (ram), a goat and a duck, after carrying out the sacrifice, he began to give her medicine, as a result of which she finally became pregnant.
In total she had three children named: Akikani-gbago, Ole komu dawa ra shaka and Oromu roma Oshokpo.
She also had several servants, the oldest of all was named Eyin-uwa. As soon as her children grew up to be adults, Eyin-uwa let her settle near the sea. Long after he left her, Aiye died and her things were divided among her three children. They had forgotten Orúnmila, her maternal benefactor, and Eyin-uwa, her mother's oldest slave, as her whereabouts were unknown.
Long after Aiye's death, Orúnmila went to see his children to ask why they had not shared their mother's things with him, since he was their fortune-teller and benefactor.
Although they gave him an unapproachable answer telling him that far from forgetting about him, they had actually reserved his mother's oldest slave for him, yet they had no clue how to get to him.
Unknown was for this, that Eyin-uwa had done very well alone on the shore of the Sea, and that he had become very rich. Upon arriving home, Orúnmila consulted Ifá to tell him how to find Eyin-uwa. He was told to give Eshu a goat after which he was to serve his head with a gourd of wine at the roadside.
He made the sacrifice to Eshu. Afterwards, he took a gourd of wine and went to the main road that led to the town and sat there to serve his head. While begging his head with kola nut and palm wine for the return of Eyin-uwa, he saw a parade of horsemen and luggage carriers. Meanwhile, some assistants of the procession heard the pleas of Orúnmila that mentioned the name of his master behind the parade. They immediately attracted their master's attention to what the man on the side of the road was saying.
As Eyin-uwa and Orúnmila had known each other before, he was the first to recognize the latter.
When he heard Orúnmila's pleas, he got off his horse and knelt before Orúnmila to pay homage to his new master, saying that he was returning home with his entourage to pay devotion or loyalty to whoever his new master was, followed of owner Aiye's death. Orúnmila was completely stunned and perplexed by the strange turn events took. They put Orúnmila on one of their horses and rode with him home at the head of the procession.
Eyin-uwa was already a prosperous man in his own right, surrendering all his wealth and fortune to Orúnmila, which resulted in instant opulence. Aiye's children were later very surprised at how Orúnmila had found Eyin-uwa.