Okana Otrupon

okana otrupon

What is born in the odu of Ifa Okana Otrupon?

  • Give to the Iyawo of Osha ashé when he rides with his Guardian Angel.
  • Let ELEGBA be the doorman of all the houses.
  • Here: ELEGBA lost its welfare because of its enemies.
  • It was the chase of the horse with the mole on the forehead.
  • OLOFIN appointed ORUNMILA its secretary.
  • SHANGO managed to master the horse.
  • In Okana Otrupon they speak SHANGO and ELEGBA.
  • It is an Ifá of betrayals, falsehoods, abuse of trust, cheating, slander,
  • ELEGBA is the owner of the roads and corners.
  • SHANGO is the owner of the candle.

What is the Okana Otrupon sign talking about?

  • The person is always crying for money.
  • The person was born to rule.
  • Talk about trade or business.
  • Here: Things are hot like the sun.
  • To succeed you have to have OSANYIN.
  • ELEGBA was king, but due to his evil deeds he lost his horn.

The Okana Trupon sign points out:

  • The horse for not making a sacrifice became a beast of burden.
  • Talk about the woman's infidelity.
  • It was guessed for prosperity.
  • It is forbidden to take care of other people's children.

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Okana Otrupon sign recommendations:

When this Odu (Okana Otrupon) appears in IGBODU, the person must receive OLOKUN.

If he is not married, the next woman to come to him is his destined wife. If you are married, you will meet a daughter of OLOKUN after your Ifá initiation. In an ordinary registry the person must serve ESHU with a goat and send the traditional gifts with a dove to the sea or the river for a gift that OLOKUN wants to give him.

In IGBODU, the person must make sacrifice to avoid being banished from his town by a woman, serve Ifá with a ram, a chicken and four slugs, and serve ESHU with a goat. In an ordinary registry, the person must serve Ifá with a hen and ESHU with a goat to avoid having problems for a woman.

For this Odu a special sacrifice is made for prosperity which is in the history of the path of prosperity.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Okana Otrupon:

  • Yesterday I was a wonder, today I am not a shadow of myself.
  • The more you have, the more you want.
  • When one governor leaves, another enters.
  • Falsehood and wickedness join slander.
  • By not doing Ebo, I became a beast of burden.

Odu Okana Trupon Ifa Code of Ethics:

Orunmila is Olofin's secretary.

Says Ifa Okana Otrupon:

That you are always crying for money, the more you have, the more you want, that is why God is angry with you, be careful not to send you money and it will serve you for your funeral. He is always denying and is sick and does not want to be cured.

Your enemies eat and drink with you, you have a lot of bad eyes on top.

You plan to go to a place, but before you go, do Ebó.- You have a misfortune. You want to move from where you live. he was born to rule, that's why he is King. In his house there is a horse painting and one of them has a mole on his forehead.

Prayer of the Odu Okana Trupon:


Suyere of the Okana Otrupon sign:


Ebbo of the Oddun Okana Otrupon:

Okana Trupon's work to get money:

A big cock, two doves, leaves and seeds of wonder, fresh fish bone (the central spine), feathers of the Ebó animals, these are those of the head, land of the house, land of four corners, land of twelve of the day, land of twelve o'clock at night, face beans.

It becomes Ekrú, olelé, ekrú-aro, ákara.

Ebó is made, a lot of Ebó ashé is added to it, in a plate with ekrú, olelé, ekrú-aro, ákara, and it is put on all the Saints.

The big cock is given to ELEGBA, the pigeons to OSANYIN, the iñales to the Ebó. With all the heads, the central spine of fish, grass and wonderful pepper, the lands, Iyefá del Ebó, an Ishé Osanyin who lives behind the door of the house is mounted and a marvelous plant is planted on top. This eats with ELEGBA and OSANYIN from time to time.

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Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Okana Trupon:

The Odu OKANA TRUPON speaks of ORUNMILA's knowledge of all things including the art of traditional healing. The customer is not honest with the Babalawo.

Here is ELEGBA AND SHANGO speaking. It is an Ifá of betrayals and falsehoods.

The person is always crying that he has no money and the more he has the more he wants, that is why OLOFIN is angry with him. You have to be careful not to send him money and use it for his burial.

The person by this sign has all his things very hot, so he must do Ebó to be able to refresh them.

Here ELEGBA was the owner of the roads and corners, and SHANGO the owner of the candle. ELEGBA also lost its crown for the evils it did. So the person with this Odu must not be cursed.

When this Odu appears in an ordinary record, the person will be warned that he must make sacrifice to avoid the danger of caring for the children of others without being able to raise his own. If you are a woman, you should not carry other children until you get pregnant.

When the sign of Ifa Okana Otrupon appears in an ordinary record for a woman, she is warned not to be unfaithful to her husband so that she is not cursed.

If a man is guessed, he is warned that he must resist the temptation to be unfaithful to his partner, because in the end it will end
being a pale reflection of himself.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Okana Otrupon:


ELEGBA was the caretaker of OLOFIN's palace, so he lived very well, but he became very confident and when OLOFIN left, he would sit on the throne to imitate him. The Other Orishas who envied ELEGBA, instead of advising him, told OLOFIN, but he did not believe him.

So many times they told him what ELEGBA was doing, that one day OLOFIN prepared a trip, and when he left he suddenly returned and saw ELEGBA sitting on his throne and making the gestures and speaking as the Oshas had told him. OLOFIN removed the position from ELEGBA, for being daring and from his assistant he became the doorman of the palace.

When SHANGO found out about what happened to ELEGBA, he went to OLOFIN to ask him to grant him the position that he had taken from ELEGBA shortly before. OLOFIN stared at him and said: So you come to ask me to grant you the position that ELEGBA enjoyed: You were such a friend that you were his while he did not fall from grace, because you did not advise him not to do what he did and now you are you coming to ask me that? No, that position cannot be for you and it is more I condemn you to live between wars and candles. Uncle Iban Eshu.

Later OLOFIN sent for ORUNMILA, and when he arrived, he told him: Several Oshas have come to ask me for the position that I withdrew from ELEGBA, but if you want it, I'll give it to you. ORUNMILA replied: No, father, I do not meet the conditions or merits sufficient to carry out such responsibility.

Then OLOFIN appointed ORUNMILA its Secretary.

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Okana Otrupon Ifa Traditional


Opon bémbé Awo ilé Alárá
Àyinbò, Awo Osù
Ló díá fun Osù
Àwon ni ón dáfá fun èìnlójo Ìmòle
Níjó tí wón n Olódùmarè relay
Níbi tí won n pè ní Mékà
Èìnlójo Ìmòle ní n lo ilé Olódùmarè
Bí on bá lo
Nígbà tí wón or mèe bò
Won ò níí ju mérin méta lo
Àyà bá n já won bí ón bá féé relay Olódùmarè
Wón bá to Òrúnmìlà lo
Ilé Olódúmarè táwon n lo yìí
Àwon he móo pé dé padà?
Òrúnmìlà ní e jé Mékà ó móo pè yín ni
Ó ní eni tí inú è bá mó tí or bàá lo
E je ó móo pè yín ni
Ó ní sùgbón and yídì Síhìín
Ni ón fi dá Yídì Sílè
Òrúnmìlà bá ni kí wonó ra àgbò wá
Kí wón or wá ewé odán wá
Kí wón or wá dì sihìín
Ni ón bá ne ibè ní yídì
Ó ní e móo kírun tiyín nbè
Ó ní e móo mo eni tí ilé Olódùmarè bá pè nbè
Ni ón bá n se béè
Ni ón bá n léé yes
Ní won wá n jó ní won n yò
Wón n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Opon bémbé Awo ilé Alárá
Àyìnbò, Awo Osù ló día fun Osù
A day fún èìnlójo Ìmòle
Níjó tí wón n Olódùmarè relay
Wón tí n lo sibè won ò pé dé
Ifá ní wón or móo gbélé kí tiwon
Ilé mòmò yá or
Ilé yíí wúló
Neither gbogbo ayé n pè ni Iléyá.

Ifá advises this person to offer sacrifice. In case he wants to travel, he should consult Ifá before leaving. He must go if and only Ifá advises him to go.

Opón bémbé is the priest of the house of Alara,
Àyìnbò, is the priest of the crescent moon
They made divination for the crescent moon
They made divination for countless Muslim believers
On the day they were going to Olódùmarè's house
The place they call Mecca
Countless number of Muslim believers went to the house of Olódùmarè
When they got there
When they were coming back
Half of them died
They were scared to go on a pilgrimage
They went quickly to Orúnmìlà's house
'The house of Olódùmarè that we always visit'
'How can we go back without dying?'
Òrúnmìlà replied: 'To what you call Mecca'
'Whoever is clean and about to go on a pilgrimage'
'Let Mecca call certain people'
'But the rest of you will have to form a group here'
This is the root of the word 'Yídì'
Òrúnmìlà asked them to bring a ram
And also that they bring odán leaves
They must form a group here in their abode
They started grouping themselves in Yídì
Òrúnmìlà concluded 'You must be having your own prayer there'
'It is there that you will know who will be called by Olódùmarè'
They started doing it like this
They were growing in numbers
They began to dance and rejoice
They were praising their Babaláwos
His Babaláwos were praising Ifá
They said it was as their Babaláwos had said
Opón bémbé is the priest of the house of Alara,
Àyìnbò, is the priest of the crescent moon
They made divination for the crescent moon
They made divination for countless Muslim believers
On the day they were going to Olódùmarè's house
They had gone without coming back full
Ifá advised them to stay at home to pray
Ilé mòmò yá or
Praying at home is better
It is what we all call 'Iléyá.'

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