IWORI KOSO (IROSO): Meaning, Tips, Sayings, Pataki, Traditional Ifa and more

iroso iwori ifa sign

Iwori Koso is the combination between the main Odu Iwori and Irosun, this sign occupies the 50th place in the Lordly Order of Ifa, This sign tells us the moment in which the Azojano Orisha (San Lazaro) was expelled from the Yoruba lands.

Ifá says in Iwori Iroso, that this person will doubt God due to a deficit in his expectations. Ifá says that he should not get angry or feel discouraged. Ifá says that he should begin to be a devotee of Obatala; and the trial period will end, the person is actually destined to suffer three kinds of difficulties and after suffering the acid test of misfortunes, he will have wealth. He must learn to be persistent.

Other names for Iwori Iroso:

  • Iwori Koso.
  • Iwori Rosa.

 What is born in the odu of Ifa Iwori Iroso?

  • Drops: abnormal accumulation of fluids in the body.
  • Here: He suffers from a hormonal disease that reduces his penis.
  • Iwori Koso is the sign where you become envious of the prosperity of the merchant. It signals thefts in commerce.
  • It's where the pigeon spoiled the pigeon.
  • It is Ifá of the swamp, where the pigeon fell.
  • You have to hold on to Agayú.

What does the sign of Ifa Iwori Iroso speak of?

  • The person talks a lot, gossip.
  • You get old.
  • You have a superiority complex.
  • The guinea speaks that lives wandering and does not have a crown.
  • It was where the tiger grabbed a thing and so many people followed him and harassed him that he let go.
  • In Iwori Iroso speaks OLUFINA AKAKAMASIA - SHANGO.
  • They threw Azojuano off the Yorubá land.
  • It was where two kings wanted to rule the same land and there was division among the people.

The Iwori Koso sign points out:

  • Eshu Atitan is needed which is 3-sided and serves for wars and diseases.
  • The secret of OPE AEDI is mounted.
  • It was where OLOFIN and SHANGO cursed.

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Recommendations of the Iwori Koso sign:

For this Ifá was born that, to move Azojuano from one place to another, you have to beg him by clapping your hands.

For this Odu Iwori Koso there are superiority complexes and visions among the people. Here he talks about dropsy, which is the condition of abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body.

For this Ifá, IWORI KOSO, it is imperative to receive ODUDUWA, OLOKUN and ORISHAOKO.


This is where the merchant's prosperity is envied. As he also talks about robberies in shops.

This is where the pigeon spoiled the pigeon and a tragedy was formed. So you have to be careful with corruption problems within your home.

You have a friend who has a lot to do with life. Because of this Odu Iwori Iroso, the person falls ill wherever he is.

Here the person is separated from his Father by problems of life. If today he does not take care of you, tomorrow he will need it; then, help him and take care of him, so that he dies at your side and you have the blessing of OLOFIN.

This is the Ifá of the swamp, where the dove fell.

Here you have to tie yourself to Agayú and have a secret called OPE AEDI, so that you stop spending work in life.
This Ifá is about gossip, as the person also talks too much.

Sayings of Iwori Iroso:

  • Al Awó is accompanied by the 4 Eguns of the 4 positions in the world.
  • What is advertised is sold.
  • Hypocrisy is born.
  • Ifá of the Parrot.
  • It is born that the mat is not stepped on with shoes because it is the bed and the table of the religious.

Ifa Code of Ethics of the odu Iwori Koso:

Al Awó is accompanied by the four Egun of the four positions in the world.

Iwori Iroso bans:

  • You have to be careful with the candle, do not burn someone or the house.
  • Here you cannot be forgetful.
  • The person wants to resolve things immediately and does not analyze the adverse consequences that he has to face by acting lightly.
  • In Iwori Iroso, the diseases that afflict him are: stomach, glandular, hormonal, cardiovascular problems, sexual weakness, dropsy.
  • For this Ifá, the person is commanded to wear Azojuano pants or skirt.

Meaning of the sign of Ifa Iwori Iroso

Here you have to receive Eshu Atitan, who has three faces.

Iwori Iroso, is a sign of getting old.

Here, when it is known, it is said that it is not known.

IWORI KOSO is a romantic person.

For this Ifá, you can never eat in the square and less standing.

He suffers from hormonal disease, which reduces the penis.

Here the person establishes divisions between the children or the people who are in their environment.

In this sign of Ifá, the guinea speaks, which lives wandering. She does not have a crown, because the bump on her head is a blow that they gave her and they cursed her.

You have to adore Agayú, who has defended him a lot and oil lamps are lit for him, which afterwards the rest are taken to the foot of a hill.

This was where the tiger caught a thing and so many people followed him and harassed him that he had to let go of it.

The person is accompanied by an EGUN MERIN LAYE: the Eguns from the four parts of the world. He is given a rooster in the Ceiba.



Iwori Iroso for women:

Here the woman is cheating on the husband, dreams badly and sleeps badly.

In Iwori Koso, the person is disturbed by the Father's Egun because it is ruled by three obsessing Eguns.

The person daughter of this Sign of Ifá will hardly mount Eguns or be an Auditory Medium, but through impressions, dreams or hunches. And they come to know everything that can harm you.

Here women can get venereal or contagious diseases, such as gonorrhea, syphilis, etc. 

You will have to attend OSHUN a lot, even if she is not your Guardian Angel. It is recommended to attend to Egun and the Saints, because even if it is well, there is the possibility of losing everything.

Iwori Koso for men:

IWORI KOSO is a selfish, domineering, talkative, gossipy person and wants his children to do his bidding even when married and even imposes absurd things on them. And when they don't do his will or whims, he accuses them of being indolent and even of bad children. He is an absolute person, proud and tough of character.

It indicates impotence.

Ifa sign of ungrateful.

The Oddun of Ifá Iwori Iroso, was where Azojuano - San Lázaro - was thrown from the Yorubá Land (Lukumí).

Says Ifa Iwori Iroso

That there may be general disturbance in the house and its salt. You have to find a way to attend to a spirit, which wants to help you. You cannot be forgetful.

You are getting ahead and people are envying you; do not be careless because they want to delay you.

You have an oval dress that is burned, or you will burn with it on. They persecute you because of a woman and of the two who persecute you, one is red and the other is black; they were both on the corner when you passed; one answered the greeting and the other did not.

You have to cure your wife's stomach. Never say that you know. You are somewhat stubborn and incredulous. You had an aching woman who helps you live or gave you money, and you left her and beat her, and she said, "You will pay me all together." And that is the state of helplessness that you have.

You want to solve everything in the moment, without thinking about the consequences; you have to be calmer for things to go well for you. You want to be rich so that your children do not go through what you have gone through in life. You, as a child, suffered a lot, spent work and slept outside your home, due to the abuse done by an elderly person. You are not respected or considered. You are a romantic person, you like colorful landscapes and pictures. You had a chain or medal of a Saint, that you lost for doing a favor for a prisoner or a sick person, and that person did not thank you. You have no friends, only your Parents and Sponsor.

You, in your job, they wanted to harm you and see you in court proceedings. You were imprisoned and thanks to your Godfather you are no longer imprisoned. Your sponsor has to take care of himself because he can get sick or get lost. 

Prayer of the Odu Iwori Iroso:

Iwori koso eni ewa agboni egun iku eyewe iwoneye arun efun lele yeku iya arun leye leye intori arun oboñu oluo agboni ni ifa omo awo yekun leye lengue yenye orun agboni ifa inle ebo lokun omo nifa adifamilafundu orolokunwa.

Suyere of the Sign of Ifa Iwori Koso:


Ebbo from Iwori Koso:

Work at the foot of OSHUN of the Iwori Iroso sign to defeat enemies:

5 pumpkins are taken: four Chinese and one Creole; and are loaded:

1st With smoked hutía

2nd With toasted corn

3rd With smoked fish

4th With carita bean buns and honey

5th With five egg yolks and 25 cents (the Creole)

OSHUN is set with two burning candles and the enemies are asked to leave. After 25 days, they are taken to 5 different rivers, where in each one a pumpkin is thrown and in each river it is said: As this pumpkin is never going to meet the others again, so my enemies will never run into me.

Inshe from ozain Awo Iwori Koso:

A medium güiro, a piece of EGUN bone, 21 guinea peppers, a Creole chicken egg, 4 parrot feathers, a Sijú, a black, a carpenter, a kestrel, a bat, land of a grave, of a road, of a Ceiba, holy water or May; sticks: Win battle, chickadee, dengue; hot pepper, herbs: prickly pig, holy thistle, nettle, licorice, chicken leg, buttercup, panetela.

Eat jicotea and rooster. The Iyefá, even if the Awó, his godfather, prays it, if he is alive, he must put his ashé on him. Dry wine is blown on it. This Inshé is only for Awó.

Herbs (Ewe) of the Odu Iwori Iroso:

  • Thorny bledo.
  • Holy thistle.
  • Stinging nettle
  • Licorice.
  • Foot of chicken.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Iwori Iroso:

The two Words.

There was a town in which two men lived together, who due to their great knowledge believed themselves to be Kings and each one did and ordered what seemed best to him.

Faced with this serious situation, the inhabitants of this town began to divide and each one followed the King who believed best. Those who did not adapt to either of them went to see OLOFIN to expose the prevailing situation and the chaos that this was causing, since all the families were divided and there was war between members of the same family.

One side was proclaimed son of the Sun and wore yellow. The other side dressed in blue and proclaimed themselves the son of the Moon.

The yellow dresses became selfish, since the Sun was stronger than the Moon, and therefore more powerful. Therefore, living in the town was almost impossible without a skirmish.

Faced with this situation, OLOFIN sent for the two Kings and when they arrived he told them:

I, inside this chest, have put two words. And each of you will have to respect them, since I am the Elder King. They agree?. And the two accepted.

The next day, the followers of both groups met in the town square. There was OLOFIN and he had on each side a King of those proclaimed by themselves, and he invited them to take the word of the chest and respect it, so that the differences and the war that existed in that land would end.

Both Kings reached into the chest and pulled out a paper, reading it aloud. And it said: OLOFIN REY

Both of them, embarrassed, lowered their heads and said to him: "From today, there will only be one King, which is you, OLOFIN." This one said to them: Go all to the river and there put the clothes that you have put on, and from today all will dress of any color. When you return here, bring delicious delicacies and exquisite food, to celebrate the union of all. TO IBAN ESHU.

Iwori Iroso Traditional Ifa:


Ìwòrì gósùn
Gósùn gósùn abowó odó porogodo
A day fún Onígòósùn omo Àpon
Ekún omo ni n sun
Òun le bímo báyìí?
Wón ní ó rbo
Wón ní kókó osùn mérindínlógún lebo è
Òpòlopò owó lebo è
Ìgbà ti yóó bá sì rbo
Wón ní kí wón ó mó fi ebo kàn an lórí
Igbáàyàa rè ni kí won or móo febo kàn
Wón lóríi rè ti n gbébo
Ayàa rè ni ò gbètùtù
Bí wón bá ti fi ebo kàn á láyà
Ti on sì gbébo fun Èsù
Won ni tiè ti daa
Wón bá rubo
Ìwòrì gósùn
Gósùn gósùn abowó odó porogodo
A day fún Onígòósùn omo Àpon
Ekún omo ni n sun
Oríi rè ti n gbébo n rírú o
Ayàa rè ni ò nigbà yìí ò
Ó yes bímo lópòlopò werere.

In Iwori Iroso: Ifá says that this person should offer the sacrifice. Life will favor him. He should use his sacrifice by touching her breast to have children. This is mainly necessary for him to have a successful labor during pregnancy and delivery. Husband and wife should do this together.

Ìwòrì gósùn
Osùn powder crumbled in quick successions.
Divination made for Onígòósùn the boy from Àpon
She cried due to her sterility.
Would I ever have children? She asked.
They told him to perform the sacrifice.
Sixteen balls of camwood.
Much money is the sacrifice.
When the sacrifice is being performed.
Don't use sacrifice to touch your head
It is the chest that you should use to touch
His Orí had been accepting sacrifices.
But her chest refused the offer, They said.
After the sacrifice had been used to touch his chest
And the sacrifice given to Èsù.
His life would be better, they concluded.
She offered the sacrifice.
Ìwòrì gósùn
Osùn powder crumbled in quick successions.
Divination made for Onígòósùn the boy from Àpon
She cried due to her sterility.
His Orí had been accepting sacrifices.
His chest rejected the offer.
She found out about the sacrifices.
And he had many children.

Eshu of the sign Iwori Koso:


This Eshu has 3 faces; it is made of dough.

Ingredients: Ceiba bark, Ceiba and majagua root, gold, 3 silver coins, palm tree bud, Ikines, crab land, prayed Iyefá, ero, obi, kolá, osun naború, toasted corn, 16 guinea peppers, root of cardón, land of the door of the house, a stone of the mountain, land of bibijagua and the general cargo of the Eshu.

Each face is bladed. When mounting it, a snail backing is put on it.

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