Iroso Tura: Meaning, recommendations, says Ifa and Patakies

Oddun Iroso Tura

Iroso Tura is the Odu of Ifa number 88 in the Genealogical Order of Ifa, this sign tells us about the difficulty of adapting to new challenges and environments as this sign reveals to us the process of adaptation of Oggun when he began in the arts of Ifa.

Other names of the Oddun Iroso Tura:

  • Iroso Turara.
  • Iroso Otura.
  • Iroso Turara.
  • Tuarara.

What is born in the odu of Ifa Iroso Otura?

  • Atonda, the one who is born and grows before his time.
  • The Iron Okpele.

What does the sign of Ifa Iroso Tura speak of?

  • The Ogaron (parrot).
  • Two Oggún roads: Ogún Alawede (iron) and Oggun Alawede Soude (copper).
  • To take good care of your liver and gallbladder.
  • That there is to attend to Egun.
  • That she cannot marry the desired man.
  • That he has been cursed by an old person, and to take it off he has to bathe in the river with ekuté.
  • That here the door and the window have comejen, and with force Ogún tore them off.
  • That here the person to hear bad advice enters into disrespect with older people whom he has to respect, consider and thank for what they have done for him.
  • Of war that is going to enter his house.
  • That his business is going badly because he is slandered a lot.
  • From a disease in the nose or belly, which sometimes becomes inflamed, he is short of breath, he is cold in reading.
  • Of disease in the mouth it has Pyorrhea.
  • That you cannot marry unless you do ebo.
  • That the person has seen his mother and father sleeping.
  • To give Egun a cock. Kaferefun Asojuano.
  • Of fulminant disease that ends with the person.
  • That you did something that you can no longer do.
  • That you are in love with an obini and she does not want you.

The Iroso Tura sign marks:

  • Infiltration of the belly.
  • Nasal disease.
  • Shortness of breath and coldness.
  • Oral disease.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Iroso Otura: 

Don't get involved in what you don't care about.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Otura Roso Mun

Ifa Iroso Tura says:

When this Ifá appears in the Igbodun, the person will be told never to marry a woman that they can get him but with whom he can look for himself. The powerlessness problem is one for which sacrifice must be made for him without delay. He will be very successful in his work, but success will generate
envy and enmities for him. You will have to make sacrifice.

When this Odu appears in divination, the person will be told to receive their own Ifá in order to prosper in life. If you are not in a position to receive Ifá, you must serve Ifá with a hen and a dove, Eshu with a goat, in order to prosper and be famous in life.

Prayer of the Iroso Tura Ifa sign:

Iroso Tuarara nibe akuani kaniju Lodafun Ogún nibati Ogún elosile Orúnmila Kate nifa.

Ebbo of the Odu Iroso Otura:

Work of Iroso Turara to ward off the obsessing Egun.

You take a coconut and paint yourself with efun, take two branches of mallow, with one you make Sarayeye al ilé, rolling the coconut around the house and breaking it on the street.

Work to overcome difficulties.

Goat milk is taken, honey is added and it is passed for 16 days on the face. Then he takes a bath with Rompesaragüey, opens the way, cotton and Salvadera. A tobacco is lit and smoke is blown at all four corners.

Ebbó so that the person Iroso Tura can marry:

A can of Ori, a couple of birds, a cage, two candles.

For Oshún.

5 panetelas are put on Oshún.

Oddun Iroso Turara tips:

The Awó of this Ifá wears an iron Ókpele and puts a white curtain so that the disease does not pass.

Elegba becomes ganding. Maferefun Elegba.

Ifá advises this person to behave as Ifá tells him, if he refuses, he will never have progress in life. He must try to remember about one particular thing that he left halfway through; he must finish it because otherwise his life will not be well.

You can read: Treaty of the Odu Iroso Meyi

Recommendations of the Ifa Iroso Tura Sign:

  • Beware of accidents with iron tools or machines.
  • In Irioso Tura, Ogún is given brandy and other drinks.
  • Oggún is given an iron Ókpele.
  • Ebo with a bird, for the disease of the belly.
  • Thank you to Orúnmila, Ogún and Oshún.
  • Receive Eshu and feed him in order to prosper.
  • You cannot insist on doing the things you do not have a vocation for because you will fail.
  • Beware of theft in the house.
  • Fix broken windows and doors.
  • The Awó of this Ifá must have an iron Ókpele of his size to hang around his neck when he makes Ebbó and then goes on top of Ogún.
  • You should not drive or get involved in drugs.
  • You must not do business with short blacks, they are your enemies.

What are the prohibitions of Iroso Tura?

  • Children cannot be abused.
  • You can not eat rooster or drink brandy and other drinks.
  • He cannot sit at the door of the street or on the corners because they can throw a stone at him and kill him.

Iroso Tura Osogbo Iku

  • Care of accidents with tools or iron machinery.
  • He does not sit at the door of the street or on the corners because they can kill him with a stone.
  • It speaks of a fulminant disease that ends with the person.

Iroso Tura Osobo Arun:

  • He talks about disease in the mouth, he has pyorrhea.
  • It speaks of a fulminant disease that ends with the person.
  • Take care of your liver and gallbladder.
  • Due to illness the person dies.
  • He speaks of a disease in the belly, which sometimes becomes inflamed and short of breath.

Iroso Otura Osobo Ofo:

  • Talk about robbery for robbery at home.

Osorbo Eyo:

  • Talk about how you can't mistreat children.
  • It does not sit at the door of the street or on the corners.
  • You must not drive or get involved in drugs.
  • Don't do business with short blacks, they are your enemies
  • By not hearing advice, you enter into disrespect with older people than you have to respect, consider and thank for what they have done for you.
  • He talks about the war that is going to enter his house.

Iroso Otura Ire Ariku:

  • You have to take care of Egun, eat a rooster.
  • Kaferefun Azojuano.
  • Aguardiente and other drinks are added to Ogún.
  • Thanks to Ogún, Orúnmila and Oshún.
  • Give food to Eshu so that it can prosper.

IRE ASHEGUN OTA.

  • Failing to marry the desired conjugate.
  • That she has been cursed by an old person and to take it away she has to bathe in a river with a mouse.
  • Talk about war that is going to enter the house.
  • That his business is bad because he is defamed a lot
  • That you cannot marry unless you do Ebo.
  • Don't do business with short blacks who are your enemies.

Code of Ethics of Ifa of the Odu Iroso Otura:

The Awó does not spend, on other things, the money of the consecrations.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Iroso Tura:

Divination made for Orúnmila when Orisha sent Ogún to fight him.

AFI IGBA KORODO GBON ODO INO NGBON LE ORI AGBALAGBA I TO GBE BU IKA, YIO HU NI ORI OMO RE NI OLA.

These were the Ifá priests who guessed for Orúnmila when Orisha-toly-yeghe, Yemowo's husband asked Ogún to fight Orúnmila to the end. The fame and popularity of Orúnmila had come to cause displeasure to all the divinities of the surroundings.

After his fellow Ifá Priests had tried to fight him without success, it was the divine chiefs' turn to try against him. Orisha-toly-yegbe got the high priest of the divinity Ogún to embark on a crusade to eliminate Iroso Tura for stealing opportunities from everyone.

In his routine morning divination, Ifá told Iroso Otura that the most powerful enemies were conspiring to fight him. He was told to make a sacrifice with white cloth, a goat, and a parrot feather. He made the sacrifice. Meanwhile, Ogún told Orisha-toly-yegbe that he did not know the way to Orúnmila's house in Owa village. Orisha-toly-yegbe gave Ogún the description of Orúnmila's house, like the one that has a leafy palm tree in front of it in a neighborhood called Ona-Iranya.

After enjoying the sacrifice, Eshu altered the descriptions and locations. What Orisha-toly-yegbe did not tell Ogun was that he (Orisha) also lived in the same place. On the night that Ogún was to attack, Eshu transposed the leafy palm in front of Orúnmila's house with the white cloth in front of Orisha-toly-yegbe's house.

As soon as the rooster crowed in the early hours of the morning. Ogún went to the town of Owa and started looking for the house with a leafy palm in front of it, among the houses of Ona-aIranya. As soon as Ogún located the house, he began to kill all the tenants that were found. When the children of Orisha-toly-yegbe saw that they went and told their father, because they were all going to lose their lives.

And so thanks to Eshu Orúnmila he was saved. 

Iroso Tura - Traditional Nigerian Ifa.

ÌROSÙN ÒTÚRÁ

Ajílówó Awoo won lóde Ìlówó
Ajílórò Awoo won lóde Ìlórò
Màriwò òlé níí sawo Ìlómò akuunu
A dífá fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí ojú ti ń put Ikin latèsín
Bàbá bá ké yes àwon Babaláwo è
Ó ní kí wón gba òun
Wón lebo ní kí Bàbá or ru
Òrúnmìlà bá rbo
N ní wá ń jó ní wá ń yò
Ní ń yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo ń yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Ajílówó Awoo won lóde Ìlówó
Ajílórò Awoo won lóde Ìlórò
Mòriwò òlé níí sawo Ìlómò akuunu
A dífá fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí ojú ti ń put Ikin latèsín
Ebo n wón ní kí bàbá ó se
Ifá gbébo ńbè or rubo
Ojú ti ń pon ikin látèsín ńkó?
Òngò Isu
Kò sàì kóre ajé dé pòòrò
Òngò Isu
Ojú ti ń pon ikin látèsín ńkó?
Òngò Isu
Kò sàì kóre aya dé pòòrò
Òngò Isu
Ojú ti ń pon ikin látèsín ńkó?
Òngò Isu
Kò sàì kóre omo dé pòòrò
Òngò Isu
Ojú ti ń pon ikin látèsín ńkó?
Òngò Isu
Kò sàì kóre gbogbo dé pòròngòdò
Òňgò Isu.

Ifá predicts for this person the good fortune of wealth. His secrets will not be exposed once he makes the sacrifice. If he is Babaláwo, chopped yam is the sacrifice, otherwise a yam tuber with a stem on top is the sacrifice. This person must always sacrifice Ifá.

Ajílówó is the priest of the city Ìlówó
Ajílórò is the priest of the city Ìlórò
Màrìwò Òlé is the priest of Ìlómò Akunnu
They made divination for Òrúnmìlà
The day he complained about having experienced hard times for a year
Òrúnmìlà went to the house of his Babaláwos
He said help me please
They advised Òrúnmìlà to offer sacrifice
Òrúnmìlà made the sacrifice
He then started dancing and was happy
He was praising his Babaláwos
Their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly what his Babaláwos had said
Ajílówó is the priest of the city Ìlówó
Ajílórò is the priest of the city Ìlórò
Màrìwò Òlé is the priest of Ìlómò Akunnu
They made divination for Òrúnmìlà
The day he complained about having experienced hard times for a year
Únrúnmìlà was advised to offer sacrifice
Òrúnmìlà heard about the sacrifice and did
The hard times that Ikin had experienced since last year
The Yam Shoot
Brought the good fortune of wealth in abundance
Yam sapling
The hard times that ikin had been experiencing since last year
The Yam Shoot
He brought the good fortune of wives in abundance
Yam sapling
The hard times ikin had been experiencing since last year
The Yam Shoot
Brought the good fortune of sons in abundance
Yam sapling
The hard times ikin had been experiencing since last year
The Yam Shoot
He brought all the good things in life in abundance
The yam sapling.

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