oshe ka

oshe ka

Where my head takes me there I will be.

Other names for Oshe Ika:

Oshe Ka. 

In the odu Oshe Ka is born:

  • That in ATEFA, AWOFAKAN and IKOFAFUN 2 hens are given to OSHUN, within 5 days or within that term.
  • Asthma.
  • The ewé chicken leg.
  • Get water on the door right away.
  • The Awó is wicked, wicked and unjust.
  • ORUNMILA was a sorcerer of black magic.
  • Luck comes to him above the water.
  • He wears an OSAIN that rides on a snail.

The Oshe Ka sign points out:

  • Wherever his head takes him, there he is.
  • Land IYESE MODE (from OSHUN) and land AKARAKANIYE (from INLE) join.
  • SHAKPANA asserted its power in AIYE.
  • WATUTO (the cock of the river) is the messenger of ELEWARA and AZOJUANO.
  • There is a legal threat to the client.
  • The war between the Corojo and the Cotton speaks.
  • OSHUN is angry and punishes severely.
  • The Eweses are: Pata de Gallina, Guizazo de Caballo and Ebano Carbonero.
  • ELEGBA rode a horse and was blind.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Oshe Meyi

What is the Oshe Ka sign talking about?

This Odu speaks of control over difficulties and victory over enemies. There may be a legal threat to the person from past associations or conduct.

OSHE KA says: wherever my head takes me, I'll be there

Because of this Odu one suffers from asthma. Be careful not to die from shortness of breath or drowning.

Because of this Odu, the person cannot be loud, nor believe that he is the one who knows the most. You will have to beg your head, you will not attend wakes and you have to do EBO for your children before making you Santo.

This is the Ifá of the slave and the daughter of the King.

Inle-Abata must be received.

The evil that they do to him will turn out to be good.

Oshe Ka Sayings:

  • Patience has a limit.
  • Things are done at the right time.
  • Wherever your head takes you, there it is.
  • ORUNMILA conquers its enemies.
  • The evil that they do to him will turn into good.
  • The dead man leaves a message.
  • He who crushes an egg, is always stained

Ifa code of ethics of the odu Oshe Ka:

The Awó must never be unfair.

Description of the odu Oshe Ka:

This is the Ifá of the King's slave who became King in another land.

Oshe Ka is an Odu of iniquity, evil and vice, the Awó is iniquitous (evil, unjust).

Here ORUNMILA worked black magic.

For this Ifá, YEMAYA is given two roosters and OSHUN is given 5 pumpkins to solve.

This Odu (Oshe Ika) marks broken bones, arms and legs due to accidents.

There is a herb that walks since it is born because it has feet, legs and hands, it is the chicken foot.

Above the water comes a great deal of money.

Here OLOFIN and YEMAYA are asked every day, when they go to bed and when they get up.

ELEGBA rode a horse and was blind.

Here OSHUN is given Guabina on the river and sung:

Eja Laguisa Inle Eja-Oro Dagunla Omo Inle Ayaya Oko Inle Oo

To do well in business you have to do EBO.

Beware of hot flashes.

Meaning of the sign of Ifa Oshe Ka

Odu diseases: Asthma, limb fractures from accidents, heart attack, stroke, blindness.

The herbs of the Odu Oshe Ika: chicken leg, horse stew and chickadee ebony, mango leaves, sargassum moruro, give me.

Because of this Odu, they catch him doing something that doesn't suit some close friends and they punish him.

The person with this Odu will be highly respected in his profession, but envy and betrayal haunt him and his luck is elsewhere, where he becomes King.

This Ifá indicates fight between brothers, carnal or religious.

Oshe Ka is an Odu to find himself in precarious situations, but he comes out of them.

The Odu indicates a fight between brothers, carnal and / or religious.

This is an Ifá sign of being in precarious situations, but it comes out of them.

You must be careful with the fire, although with this and the smoke you must ask OLORDUMARE, God.

SHANGO and San Lázaro are fundamental in this Odu.

The Odu speaks of control over difficulties and victory over enemies.

Someone who has violated the law or is an intransigent, can implicate you in facts. If he fulfills the mandates of Ifá, he defeats his enemies.

Oshe Ka predicts that there is always something superior to man.

Take care of your eyesight and put the 5 senses in your wandering, to avoid disasters.

Be consistent in the use of means of transport.

Past associations and behaviors give you legal trouble.

Recommendations of the Oshe ka (Ika) Sign

Take care of the physical offense with an OSHUN Omo, of either sex.

Here he is given a white rooster in the river from his head and the blood runs all over his body. He is buried on the river bank.

For this Odu, beware of strong impressions, because you can suffer a heart attack or stroke.

In Oshe Ika, when he leaves AWAFAKAN or IKOFAFUN in atefá or in Itá, within 5 days OSHUN is given five carmelite hens in the river.

This Odu forbids eating yams.

When this Odu comes for IKU (death) or ARUN (illness), no word is given of anything. If you go to bed, there are great difficulties in getting up and saving yourself.

For this Odu, when the Awó falls to the ground or some other person, land is taken from that place, 1 rooster, four stakes and chicken foot grass to make EBO.

For this Odu an Inshé OSANYIN is mounted on a cobo snail and if it is for pocket it is mounted on a small one.

When the Awó sees this Odu, he will immediately pour a little water on the door.

When this sign appears in a divination, the person will be told not to ride motor vehicles or animal traction vehicles, or horses for seven days, and must climb stairs very carefully, because death (IKU) is behind him. Do EBO quickly.

You can read: Treaty of the Ika Fa Sign

Says Ifa odu Oshe Ka

Be careful with aquatic environments. He has met or will meet with five women, who are daughters of OSHUN, to whom he must put five pumpkins. You must receive money and it must be for a woman, dress in white. You started and learned something very early and those who started first that you do not master it like that, that's why they are envious of you. They want to get him into a legal mess. They are going to send you to look for a place, but before you go, do EBO. Give thanks to your head, OSHUN and your mother. They are going to give you news of a dead person, do not go to wakes, do not be lacking with your elders, do not think you know much, no more than the others. Don't be loud, feed your head. Do not go to see the sick except in very exceptional cases. She feels enslaved, she has to go through a big mishap and from there she will be very lucky. You must take a trip elsewhere to improve your position. He has good luck and a head for everything, but he can't go far. Beware of falling. You say yes to everything, but you do nothing. Take care of respiratory problems, avoid dust and contact with unsuitable environment. Avoid emotional stresses. Climate change is sometimes counterproductive to respiratory diseases, you need to analyze it. Be careful with the cold, which triggers other broncho-respiratory diseases.

Prayer of the Odu Oshe Ka:

Oshe Karaka Adifafun Orunmila Umbati Ibu Losa Omo Eru Oshun Kayode Oma Unfo Oluwo Osain Inle Akarabaniye Oro Kopide Timlomu Kola Keyu Ibiarara Awo Impo Oroguye Oshe Ka Aye Inle Adifafun Aye Umbo Tishe Oun Bogboibata Oluwo Osain Inle Akarabaniye Oro Kopide Girita Awo Impo Oroguye.

Ebo from Oshe Ka:

Box with the individual's clothes, a bottle of water, 2 added fun fun and 2 added dun dun, a rooster to ELEGBARA and OGUN.


Patakie of the Oshe Ka sign:

The slave feeds his head.

In one town, the governor had a slave who was once hiding in a room, feeding his head, being surprised by the master, who asked him what he was doing, receiving as an answer that he was feeding his head to improve your luck.

The master replied that he would see what his head was going to bring him. He punished him and ordered him thrown into the sea, inside a wooden crate. The slave was carried by the current for several days.

Parallel to this event, a King, who ruled a great land, had died, and the sages said that the one who came to replace him would do so by the sea. A few days later, in that place, they saw the closed box and, when they opened it, they found the man inside, whom they treated and cured.

They immediately communicated it to the sages, who said that this man was the one destined for Rey. On the day of the inauguration, all the governors of the nearby lands came, including that governor who had thrown him into the sea, who was surprised that his slave was proclaimed as King. He asked the latter to forgive him, to which the King replied: I am very grateful, because if you had not done that, I would not be King today.

At the party, he died at the table. (Do not sit down to eat at the table).

You can read: Odu of Ifa Odi Yekun

Oshe Ika Ifa Traditional


Ó be pákája
Ó rìn pákája
A day fún Onímòka ònà Òfà
Èyí tí babaa rèé ko okùún là lójó láíláí
Okùn ni baba Onímòká móo ko telè rí
Onímòká bá fi okùn kíko Sílè
ó lóun ó ko mó
Or is it seen?
Kò rójútùú è
Ó bá to àwon 'Ó se pákája'
Àwon 'Ó rìn pákája' lo
Wón ní Onímòká ònà Òfà
'Okùn ni babaà ré móo ko télè'
'Sóó le móo sisée babaà re'?
'Bóò bá se isé òhún'
'Pàbó ni gbogbo è'
Onímòká lóun gbón
Oh you so
Ení ó kú ótóó gbón nìyá je
Onímòká Ònà Òfá bá bó Síbi okùun baba è
Ní bá n ko okùn
Bó bá ko éyí
They were neither he and so
Ola bá de
N ní wá n jó ní wá n yò
Ní n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Ó ní béè làwon Babaláwo tòún wí
Ó be pákája
Ó rìn pákája
A day fún Onímòka ònà Òfà
Èyí tí babaa rèé ko okùún là lójó láíláí
Won nísée baba rè ní or móo se
Àwá or kokùn kokùn
A or kokùn lájé
Àwá or kokùn kokùn
A or kokùn láya
Àwá or kokùn kokùn
A or kokùn bímo
Àwá or kokùn kokùn
Aó kokùn nire gbogbo
Àyàmò bí Onímòká ònà Òfà ò bá kokùn kó là layé.

Ifá says that this person must continue in the belief and occupation system of their ancestors; otherwise he will be in trouble.

Ó be pákája
Ó rìn pákája
They were the ones who made divination for Onímòka ònà Òfà
The one whose ancestors had always been making wealth from the necklace business
Onímòká's father had always been in the necklace-making business
He said he wasn't interested in it anymore
He did everything with his hands in other businesses
And couldn't find any progress
He then went to the house of the priests 'Ó sé pákája'
The priests 'Ó rìn pákája'
'Onímòká ònà Òfà'; they caught his attention
'His father's occupation had always been the making of necklaces'
'Will you be able to continue it?'
'If you refuse work'
'All your efforts will be useless'
'I am wise now' Onímòká said
'That's fine'
'It is he who is dead who has suffered irremediably'
Onímòká shortly after continued with the manufacture of necklaces of his father
He started making necklaces
Of different models and sizes
People bought many from him and used them to immobilize sheep and goats
Wealth came to him
And he started dancing and he was very happy
He praised his Babaláwos
And their Babaláwos praised Ifá
He said it was exactly as his Babaláwos had predicted
Ó be pákája
Ó rìn pákája
They were the ones who made divination for Onímòka ònà Òfà
The one whose ancestors had always been making wealth from the necklace business
They incited him to continue doing his father's occupation
We will make necklaces
We will make necklaces to make a lot of money
We will make necklaces
We will make necklaces to have many wives
We will make necklaces
We will make necklaces to have children
We will make necklaces
We will make necklaces so that we can have all the good things in life
Tell me, if it is not true that Onímòká ònà Òfà made necklaces to become a rich person in life.

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