Osa kuleya

Oddun osa kuleya

What is born in the odu of Ifa Osa Kuleya?

  • The surname of OYA de IYANZA or YANZAN.
  • That to begin any ceremony or Ifa work you have to "MOYUBAR."
  • The ceremony of going to take OGUN out of the bush when some of his sons are to be crowned to OGUN.
  • The virtue of OYA, but lost strength.
  • The secret of herbs to wash OGUN.
  • AGBON, IMO and OYE, which later became HOO-RO (GOLD), and on earth it is ELA.
  • The Throne of Ifá, which is the chair of wisdom.
  • They were born: The Ifá Libraries.
  • The secrets of the jicotea and the fish.

What does the sign of Ifa Osa Kuleya talk about?

  • It was where OYA to save her children stopped eating ram and gave it to SHANGO.
  • Here: It is where the Awoses store secret papers and do not study it.
  • It was where OLOFIN cursed all religions.
  • The doors of Ife were closed.
  • The Babalawo does not walk alone.
  • The person has transcendence of garments of ancestors and inheritance of garments or Orishas.
  • There is an Egun who will destroy the whole family.
  • A medical spirit talks to the person.
  • The wife does work to knock down the husband.
  • It is an Ifá of slavery.
  • Indicates loss of voice.

What does the sign of Ifa mark Bear Ogunda?

  • The head is not requested with fish that have a small tongue.
  • The person can be tied up. It is also crazy.
  • They put OGUN to sustain the World.
  • Cao's secret was revealed.
  • Otupon-ogbe was given the secret to finish making the Ilú-Baata.
  • He suffers from vertigo, cannot climb height and dies alone at the table.
  • SHANGO discovered the sensation in OYA's clitoris and she went crazy when SHANGO left.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Osa Kuleya: 

  • War with the living is bad, with the dead it is worse.
  • If he has a big fish, you must feed the stream.
  • Tie up the boat so it doesn't sink.
  • When I make sacrifice, I have good fortune.
  • If I don't organize my life, I'll be like Cao.
  • Wisdom, intelligence and understanding represent Ela.
  • The great sacrifices are made by mothers for their children.

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Osa Ogunda:

  • The Awó does not go to other religions because Ifá is the only religion blessed by Olofin.

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Ifa says in the Oddun Osa Kuleya (Ogunda):

That you should avoid all kinds of issues, and if you go to the country, you should not go too deep in the mountains. You should not let any downpour fall on you. You have to receive ORUNMILA.

Your head is hot. you will get what you want; these days a person will come to your house who
never been there; it is justice. OGUN is asking you for one thing.

Give thanks to Aleyo and SHANGO and OBATALA.-Tell your brother that if he wants to get out of his affairs well, what should Ebó do and that he respect him. He wants to be handsome.-Be careful with a robbery. There is a woman who is crying for a man. You have a very bad temper. -Be careful with a loss, it could be in health, a job or a business. -You have a very big trouble, your enemy is a fat boy who cannot see it even in paint; he wants to hurt you and you don't have to defend yourself. If you are a Woman: you are pregnant and can spoil the baby, you must do Ebo with:
chickens, parrot feather, arrow, a wave, a trap and a drum. You can't go visit any inmate these days.
he likes birds; If you are invited to fish or hunt, do not go because a tragedy could happen to you.-There is a person who says that you are a bore, because of something you did. You have to move from where you live. he wants to go to the field, and when he is going to return ill.

They are defending you from a matter, from another person, they have to make you look bad. -Be careful with a kneeling these days.- Thank ORUNMILA and do not despise whoever goes to your house.

Prayer of the sign Osa Kuleya Ifa:

OSA KULEYA WARA WARA AYE WARA WARA ORUN ADIFAFUN OSHUMARE
AKUKO LEBO, AHUN AJAPA TIROKO AFETU AFOLOPO ADIFAFUN UMBO
OUN BATINLO LOKO ODE GBOGBO TENUYEN LEBO BOBAYO OLUWO LAKI
OYUBONA LABERE ADIFAFUN ARETIN SHOMO BANI ORUNMILA OMA
KURE LEBO OLEBO AKARAN NIRU ESHU SHAFT EKURE ONI SHANGO OLE
NINSHAWO ARA AWO ERIN ARABAYE ISHU AKARA ADIE LEBO AKUKO
EYELE LEBO.

Suyere Osa Ogunda:

OLOMIDE TIRE EGUADO LERI AYAPA OSA KULEYA

Ebbo of the Odu Osa Ogunda:

Osa Kuleya's work to solve a problem using OYA.

A lamp is mounted in a clay pot with cooking oil, 9 wicks are put on it, and OYA is sung.

"OYA IYANZAN BILARI MOKAKEÑO INA INA OSA KULEYA".

The lamp is lit and OYA and two glasses of melon soda and red wine are placed in front of him and left on the days that Ifá says.

Ebbo from Osa Ogunda (9-3) to ask for a spouse and money.

OYA is given: nine bread of glory, a gourd with beer and is asked like this:

Woman prays: «OYA EGUN OTIMPA EBA OKO BAMI. EBA OWO BAMI ».
Man prays: «OYA EGUN OTIMPA EBA OBO BANI. EBA OWO BAMI ».

INSHE OSANYIN:

Head of jicotea, 2 thighs of another jicotea, heart and guts, land of four corners and the entrance of the town, which when you take them is said: Osanyin Ewe Yeye, I take you so that you serve me for health, luck and to move away my enemies.

Recommendations of the Ifa Odu Osa Ogunda:

  • He points out that people who believe that they know everything in life and do not want to recognize the merits of others, come to a time when they live humiliated.
  • YEMAYA ASHABA speaks here. He lives in Amphora and inside he has 21 chain links and an anchor. On the outside and at the base, a piece of thick rope with which a boat has been tied is put, tangled in a spiral.
  • When this Odu comes out to a woman; you have to be careful with a son of SHANGO do not cheat and then do not comply. If you are pregnant, do Ebó so that you do not lose the baby.
  • You have to be careful who you go out with, because they can knock you out and abuse you and make you pregnant. She is also crying for a husband.
  • If you have a minor child, don't get sick, give him an Awafakan, because only ORUNMILA can save him. He comes to look at himself for the matter of a son or of justice.
  • For the Awó: for this Odu no one is asked for a head with fish when it has a small tongue. It has to be with a fish that has a large tongue.
  • For this Odu you have to give jicotea to the door of the house. 
  • Because of this Odu you cannot be disobedient, so that you do not see yourself in great danger and in order to save yourself you become the slave of a greedy person. Watch out for a silly-looking person and give you a big scare.
  • For this Odu you have to move house. He forbids going to the country and not going far into the mountains, or letting any heavy downpour fall on him lest he return sick. You have to be careful in defending a person, it will make him look bad.
  • Here you cannot despise whoever goes to your house, just as you cannot be anyone's guarantor. And be careful with minor children not to be raped.
  • This Odu speaks that the person will ascend in life. Here the enemy is fat and cannot even see it in paint. You want to destroy it. In this Odu the person has a hot head. You should receive Ifá. Here is a woman crying for a man. You have a bad temper here. You cannot visit prisoners these days. The person likes birds, if you are invited to go hunting or fishing, do not go because a bad thing may happen to you.
  • Here the person wants to be handsome. You have to move from where you live.

Meaning of Oddun Osa Ogunda (9-3):

  • This Odu speaks of good fortune by taking care of yourself and making the necessary sacrifices. The person has someone they should not trust.
    This is where OYA to save her children stopped eating ram and gave it to SHANGO. (mother sacrifice).
  • The surname of OYA de IYANZA or YANZA was born. Libraries were born. This is where the Awó store secret papers and do not study them.
  • Here OLOFIN cursed all religions that were not Ifá; That is why all those who practice some of these religions one day have to go to Ifá.
  • For this Odu the Awó does not walk alone, because they want to steal it. Here to defeat the enemies, mud of shifting earth or swamp is thrown into the Ebó
  • For this Odu there is a spirit that was a doctor who talks to the person. Here the person has transcendence of garments of ancestors and inheritance of garments or Orishas. There is also an Egun who will destroy the whole family if not properly cared for.
  • Here the two jicoteas in the pond; the male made the female fall in love, and when he lifted her up, she shook herself and knocked her down.
  • The wife does work to knock down the husband. The jicotea also bewitched the youngest daughter of a woman, who had sent her to the river in search of water.
  • Here they put OGUN to sustain the world. It is an Ifá of slavery, the person is a slave to his / her spouse, or to his / her work, or to his / her family, or to enemies or to a vice. OGUN should always have a gourd of fresh water in front of them.
    Here it was born: that to carry out any ceremony or work in Ifá or Osha, Moyubando begins. First the fresh water gourd is presented to OLOFIN, then it continues as is well known.
  • Here was born the ceremony of going to take OGUN out of the mountain when one of his sons is going to be crowned OGUN. Ceremony that only the Babalawos direct it in the mount.
  • Here the secrets of the jicotea and the fish were born.
  • This Odu indicates the loss of the voice, which may be temporary due to having suffered a strong impression (fright), due to coldness in the bronchi. It can be irreversible due to malignancy.

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Osa Kuleya in Traditional Nigerian Ifa.

ÒSÁ ÒGÚNDÁ

Àkò ò lerán lésè tée dé gbonrangandan ojúgun
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí n lo rèé fi Bòmbò as Òrìsà sayà
Òrúnmìlà ló fé Bòmbò Omo Òòsà
Gbogbo I will go to you yes I nlé è
Gbogbo è bá n padàá dé
Ayé ye Òrúnmìlà
Ní wá n jó ní n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Àkò ò lerán lésè tée dé gbonrangandan ojúgun
A day fún Òrúnmìlà
Níjó tí n lo rèé fi Bòmbò as Òrìsà sayà
Wón ní ó saca káalè ebo ní ó se
Òrúnmìlà gbébo nbè ó rbo
Aww, yes, you
Ajé n padàá bò wá
Omito sun lo lara eja
Kò sàì sàn wáá béja lódò
Aya to you yes it
Omo to you, yes it
Gbogbo I will go to you yes it
Wón n padàá bò wá
Omito sun lo lara eja
Kò sàì sàn wáá béja lódò.
All the good fortunes that had eluded this person will return. Ifá advises him to sacrifice a large fish (Cat Fish) and pigeons. Ifá advises you to place the fish in the sacrifice, they should open the mouth of the fish and pour Ifá powder in it and then use it to sacrifice Ifá. All good things would return.
It is the Àkò bird that has no meat on its calf
He made divination for Òrúnmìlà
The day he was going to take Bòmbò, Òrìsà's daughter as his wife
It was Orúnmìlà that Bòmbò married
All the good things that had departed from your home previously
They came back
Life pleased Òrúnmìlà
He then also began to dance and rejoice
He was praising his Babaláwo
His Babaláwo was praising Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwo had said
It is the Àkò bird that has no meat on its calf
He made divination for Òrúnmìlà
The day he was going to take Bòmbò, Òrìsà's daughter as his wife
They advised him to take care of the land and make the sacrifice
Òrúnmìlà heard about the sacrifice and performed it
The wealth that had departed
Is coming back
The water that threw the fish
It will flow back until it meets the fish in the river
The wife who had departed
The son who had departed
All the good things that had departed
They are all coming back
The water that threw the fish
It will flow back until it meets the fish in the river.

Pataki of the sign of Ifa Osa Kuleya:

THE SON OF THE KING WHO DID NOT HEAR THE COUNCILS OF ORUNMILA.

HISTORY

ORUNMILA told the King that he had a son and not to let him hunt, the King gave the son servants so that they would always watch over him because the boy liked hunting very much. One day behind the backs of the guards the boy made a wave and taking advantage of the fact that his guards were distracted talking, he saw a dove cross, picked up a stone, put it on the wave and took aim with such a good shot that he managed to kill it. The dove was circling through space, going to fall into a river that was very close to there, the boy seeing that the current carried his dove to him,
he tried to catch her and she slips and also falls into the river.

Already desperate, a jicotea appeared to him and offered to save him in exchange for him being his slave, the boy consented. The jicotea saved him and put him inside a drum that she had. The boy used to sing her songs from time to time and the jicotea announced that she had a drum that played alone.

The King desperate for the fate of his beloved son, sent for ORUNMILA and he looked at him and told the King that if he wanted his son to appear to him, he had to give a great party and invite all the musicians of the city, that his son was going to appear there, the King did so. He mentioned all the musicians who were arriving one by one, they were playing their instruments in front of the King and ORUNMILA. When it was the turn of the jicotea, it appeared with a drum and at that moment the boy inside began to sing and everyone who was there heard him. ORUNMILA told the King to send for the musicians to be removed, but to leave their instruments, so that the next day they would come to collect the
awards. When all of them left, they took the boy out of the drum and put a mess.

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