Otrupon Ofun

Otrupon Ofun - Otrupon Balofun

What is born in the odu of Ifa Otrupon Ofun?

  • Cowardice and suicide.
  • Let the knife try everything first and cut anyone.
  • KOFIBORI with EYAN NLA TUTO (Big Fish) (By YEMAJA).
  • That falsehood is your worst enemy.
  • Give akukó to EGGUN for justice issues.
  • Speak Ifa backwards.
  • KAFEREFUN ASHE INA ERURU- The ash.
  • The grace that OLOFIN gives to the cutting knife.
  • Give coconut to the knife after a slaughter (So do not eat black beans or organ meats).
  • MOFORIBALE surrenders.
  • Give addié meyi to OBATALA in the toilet.
  • That one says one thing and another says another.
  • IKU as Unique Majesty before Wisdom, Wealth and Kings.
  • Born: That OLUOPOPO told OSAIN that as long as the World is World, he would not make deals with it.
  • Take off the drag on it (ORULA had to burn the mountain).
  • Trials in experimentation with the earth.
  • That good deeds have good fortune.

What does the sign Otrupon Ofun talk about?

  • Do the funeral services every year for the Obases.
  • Receive OLUOPOPO by ARUN.
  • Give Abo to ELEGBA.
  • Give 2 etú to OYA to avoid illness and make a guard with the left thigh (OYA and Salta Perico).
  • That the happiness of OTRUPON BALOFUN is to be noble and sincere.
  • In Otrupon Ofun: A curse is requested instead of a blessing.
  • Otrupon Balofun: The Salta Paraico speaks (He does things on a whim).
  • SHANGO tempered the steel.
  • Kuekueye or akukó is given to YEMAJA and then stuffed is taken to the sea in blue cloth.
  • This sign of Ifa speaks of the modest Awó who went through work because he was self-conscious.
  • The OSAN tree gave what it had and was blessed.
  • The Placero who was going to hang himself for being a coward.
  • The oaths with EGGUN or garments must be fulfilled, because they claim and put it Osobo.
  • OBATALA, fleeing, hid in Shitty Furnia.
  • ORULA was a beggar and cured the King's son.
  • ORULA burns the forest for plagues.
  • ORULA acknowledged that, due to disobedience, he had eaten shit.
  • Otrupon Ofun talks about the bacteriological warfare between OLUOPOPO and OSAIN.
  • Here: This is SHANGO OBA IBO.
  • OLUOPOPO vowed not to do deals with OSAIN.
  • This Oddun speaks to the innkeeper and the welcome stranger.
  • The earth was sick.
  • We must make Gold to the Obases and great EGGUN.

The Otrupon Balofun sign points out:

  • The diseases are: measles, china, typhus, leprosy, syphilis, mumps, thyrisia.
  • He does not face reality with courage.
  • It is given join SHANGO in the yard, it is left 4 days.
  • ADIFAFUN KIRIMAKO.
  • OLUOPOPO was knowledgeable about the Eweses.
  • Otrupon Balofun points out that they give eyelé meyi fun fun al lerí and after 3 or 9 days go to the plaza to get out of their troubles.
  • You have to charge what you do.
  • The Eweses are: Apazote, Thousand Flowers and Ocuje.

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Meaning of the sign of Ifa Otrupon Ofun:

A self-conscious person, he has no decision of his own, attempts against his life as a coward and does not know how to face problems, he is talkative and gives reasons to talk about him, he is the object of ridicule for his presence, he walks in shit and eats in unseemly places. He becomes a fugitive from justice for noncompliance.

It is self-sufficient. The roads are closed due to having a lot of garbage on them. You tend to get an advantage in business. They believe they are omnipotent, powerful and wise with money and power. They are non-compliant and false.

You do not eat guts.

He does not wear a black hat, with black ribbons.

He does not wear fancy clothes.

Selling animals becomes his Osobo.

Be careful with the candle, it tends to burn.

The Odu Otrupon Ofun speaks of prison, he accuses himself just for thinking that he is guilty. There is talk of collapse, natural disasters, storms, bacteriological infection and transmission of diseases by vectors and lack of hygiene, due to lack of will.

OLUOPOPO must be received by ARUN, the EBO animals must be for it.

Witchcraft is cast for revenge.

Eliminate mosquitoes, insects, vectors and apply all the rules of social and personal hygiene.

Death does not believe in wise men, rich men or Emperors in this Odu (Otrupon Balofun), he pursues them and defeats them.

They must be researchers for the social good, which will make them rich in all respects.

They lose the scepter of Power for breaking their word.

Falsehood is their downfall, they must be noble and sincere.

Oddun Otrupon Balofun Recommendations:

The woman must be respected, they save him, without them they are nobody.

MAFEREFUN ALAFIA, ODUDUWA and EGGUN.

So that he is always well at home, in his body and on his way, he cleans himself at the foot of an Algarrobo bush with three eyelé fun fun. They are released alive and then given a chick in the shade.

Obiní is unconcerned about her person, she doesn't care about one thing or the other, get married so she doesn't get bored.

In the Otrupon Balofun Sign, man is talkative and spread in all aspects of life, that is why they speak ill of him, he has no self-control.

The person lives without experience, nor does he have anything pleasant in his heart.

A basin with seawater and indigo is placed next to YEMAJA; It is given 1 kuekueye and 1 akukó, it is filled and carried to the sea in a blue cloth. The content of the basin, after three days is thrown out for the street.

Oath in front of EGGUN that has not been fulfilled and EGGUN is claiming. It has an EGGUN.

Don't do favors, even if you do good deeds.

There are stuck papers.

Sayings of the Odu of Ifa Otrupon Ofun:

  • Some say one thing and others something else.
  • It is better to have to give than to give to one.
  • He who shares his things, receives a good.
  • In the face of good deeds, good fortunes.

Odu Otrupon Balofun Ifa Code of Ethics:

 The Awó does not work profane.

Says Ifa Otrupon Ofun:

You do not sleep well and you are bored with your luck, do not make an attack, you may be arrested. You are embarrassed by your guilt, do not borrow. Beware of deception and business. Thank OBATALA. Take care of your partner, it is your luck. Avoid falsehood.

Prayer of the Odu Otrupon Balofun:

IT OR KANLE EROGAN ADIFAFUN OBATALA UMBATI IKU UMPA YIKA EBOMI
ERU KAMASI ASHO FUN FUN ASUNA IKU LEBO EUSHE ASHE OBATALA ULE
OMOLU ADAFUN ARE ADIE LEBO, ETU, ASHO TIMBELARA EYELE, ABO LEBO
KAFEREFUN ELEDA AND OBATALA.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Otrupon Balofun:

The man who only had three cents and wanted to kill himself.

There was a man who had only 3 cents and wanted to kill himself. The woman took him to look at himself with ORUNMILA and he saw this Ifá, marked EBO and told him: "Come back in five days."

When the man returned, he already had 5 cents and he told ORUNMILA that he no longer wanted to die. ORUNMILA did EBO for him and sent him back within a few days. When the man returned he already had 7 cents.

The man was climbing little by little, thanks to ORUNMILA. When he returned to his house, he already had enough money and ORUNMILA made EBO with: akukó, revolver, machete, knife, rope, epo, etc. After the EBO, ORUNMILA told him: "Look, there you have the revolver to commit suicide, a machete to cut off your head, a rope to hang yourself and a knife to cut your veins." Since the man had improved so much, he told him that he no longer wanted to die.

Otrupon Ofun Ifa Traditional Nigerian

ÒTÚRÚPÒN ÒFÚN

Olóyìígí lawo Òyígí
Òyìgì Awo Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
N lawoo gbìrì n gbiri
Awoo gbìrì n gbiri n lawo Èmìlà alè
Èrín yóbóyóbó n ni tOpó
Èrín wèsìwèsì ni tÒndóko
Dokódókó abèrín sèwèlèsewele
A day fún Edun tí n borí Olú
You Orí Olú ò fin
Ó mon borí Olú, bOrí Olú
You Orí Olú ò fin
Wón ní ó móo bójú
Wón ní tí bá n bójú kótoó borí Olú
Wón ní yóó móo fin
Edún bá n bójú
Edún bá n borí Olú
Orí Olú bá n fin
Alé ni wóon sìí bOrí Olú
Òlóyìígí lawo Òyígí
Òyìgì Awo Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
N lawoo gbìrì n gbiri
Awoo gbìrì n gbiri n lawo Èmìlà alè
Èrín yóbóyóbó n ni tOpó
Èrín wèsìwèsì ni tÒndóko
Dokódókó abèrín sèwèlèsewele
A day fún Irò tí n bòrun Àjùwònlèsì
You Òrun Àjùwònlèsì ò gbà
Ó lóun bo Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Òrun Àjùwònlèsì ò gbà
Wón ní kó móo wesè kàsìkàsì dànù
Wón ní láàárò tú bá féé bo Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Wón ní ó móo wesè kàsìkàsì àárò dànù
Àárò ni wón sìí móo bo Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Béé bàá bOrí Olú lálé
E móo bójú
Bó bá dàárò
E móo wesè
E we owó méjèèjì
Kée toó fún Ikin lobì
Ayé ye wón
Omo ò ní mòmó mó
Ilé ò lónkà mó
Nnkaan wón rò
Ayé wón dáa
N ní wón wá n jó ni wón wá n yò
Wón n yin àwon Babaláwo
Àwon Babaláwo n yin Ifá
Wón ní béè làwon Babaláwo tàwón wí
Olóyìígí lawo Òyígí
Òyìgì Awo Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
N lawoo gbìrì n gbiri
Awoo gbìrì n gbiri n lawo Èmìlà alè
Èrín yóbóyóbó n ni tOpó
Èrín wèsìwèsì ni tÒndóko
Dokódókó abèrín sèwèlèsewele
A day fún Edun tí n borí Olú
Bí tí n bOrí Olú lálé béè ni ò fin
Wón ní ó móo bójú lálé
Kó toó móo bOrí Olú
A díá fún Irò tí n bòrun Àjùwònlèsì ní kùtùkùtù
N bÒrun Àjùwònlèsì ní kùtùkùtù òwúrò
Òrun Àjùwònlèsì ò gbà
Wón ní kó móo wesè kàsìkàsì àwúrò dànù ní kùtùkùtù
Kó túó móo bÒrun Àjùwònlèsì
Edún bOrí Olú
Orí Olú fin
Irò bÒrun Àjùwònlèsì
Òrun Àjùwònlèsì wáá gbà yanran gbà yanran bíiná oko
Ìkán ló wálè ló khow tiè yes
Ìgòngò ló wáá wálè ló how tiè satàn
Òrènté ló wá gbobì tán ló pónka
A day fún Ikì dèèrè
Èyí tí n lo rèé wo Ifá fún Olófin ní mòrun àìkú
A wáá ráwo lónìí
To rí kì
Ifá gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Wáá gbobì kí n móo rájé ní
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Wáá gbobì kí n móo láya
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Wáá gbobì kí n móo bímo
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Wáá gbobì kí n móo kólé
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Wáá gbobì kí n logbó
Kí n lató
Kí n níre gbogbo
Sowó dèèrè
Kóo gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Gbobì my lónìí
Gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè
Gbobì my ò
Sowó dèèrè.

This person must urgently offer sacrifice with cleanliness and religiosity to his Òrìsà. If this person is a Babaláwo, it is with cleanliness (clean) that he should offer kola to his Ifá. He should always wash his hands and legs before offering the kola. Ifá says that this person is doing all kinds of activities with his hands without achieving any success. So Ifá exhorts him to be persistent because he will soon be successful. He should bathe regularly, before sleeping and waking up and within normal periods.

Olóyìígí is the priest of Òyígí
Òyìgì is the priest of Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
They are the Babaláwos of gbìrì n gbiri
The priests of gbìrì n gbiri are the priests of Èmìlà alè
The widow's smile always has an ironic smile
The whore has a wet and captivating smile
The Prostitute has a wet and seductive smile
They made divination for Edún the one who had been sacrificing to the Orí de Olú
Without getting his sacrifice accepted
He complained of having repeatedly sacrificed the Orí de Olú
And he regretted not having any success
They advised him to always wash his face
They told him "Once you wash your face before sacrificing to the Orí de Olú"
"This will be accepted"
Edún began to wash her face
He later sacrificed the Orí de Olú
And Olú began to accept their sacrifices
But they made sacrifice to Olú in the afternoon
Olóyìígí is the priest of Òyígí
Òyìgì is the priest of Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
They are the Babaláwos of gbìrì n gbiri
The priests of gbìri n gbiri are the priests of Èmìlà alè
The widow's smile always has an ironic smile
The whore has a wet and captivating smile
The Prostitute has a wet and seductive smile
They made divination for Irò that he had been sacrificing for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Without getting their sacrifices accepted
He complained about having repeatedly sacrificed for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
He lamented because the sacrifices of Òrun Àjùwònlèsì were not accepted
They advised him to always wash his dirty feet every morning.
They told him "In the morning when you offer sacrifice for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì"
"Wash your feet"
However the sacrifices offered for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì in the morning
"If you want to offer sacrifices to Olú in the afternoon"
"Wash your face in the afternoon"
"When the sun rises"
"You should go and wash your feet"
"Wash your hands too"
"And then offer kola to your Ikin"
For which life greatly pleased him
His children were many
The houses were many
His things got better
And his life got better
They then started dancing and I was happy
They were praising their Babaláwos
And his Babaláwos were praising Ifá
They said their Babaláwos told the truth
Olóyìígí is the priest of Òyígí
Òyìgì is the priest of Òyìgì
Awo kéré kèrè kéré
They are the Babaláwos of gbìrì n gbiri
The priests of gbìrì n gbiri are the priests of Èmìlà alè
The widow's smile always has an ironic smile
The whore has a wet and captivating smile
The Prostitute has a wet and seductive smile
They made divination for Edún who had been sacrificing to the Orí de Olú
He complained of having repeatedly sacrificed to the Orí de Olú and still his kola was not accepted.
They advised him to always wash his face in the afternoon
Before offering sacrifice to the Orí de Olú
They also made divination for Irò who had been offering sacrifices for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
He was offering sacrifices for Òrun Àjùwònlèsì early in the morning
Òrun Àjùwònlèsì rejected their sacrifices
He was advised to always wash his feet early in the morning
Before sacrificing Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Edún offered sacrifices to the Orí de Olú
And the Orí de Olú proved effectiveness in the sacrifice
Irò offered sacrifices to Òrun Àjùwònlèsì
Òrun Àjùwònlèsì accepted the sacrifice with the glow of a blazing fire
The termite dug the earth to hide its daughter
Ìgòngo dug the earth in the garbage can to hide his children
Òrènté accepts the kola and folds his palms
They were the ones who consulted Ikì dèèrè
The one who was going to perform divination for Olófin in Mòrun Àìkú
Today we rub our hands in prayer
We found a holy verse to recite
Ifá please accept my kola
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Come and accept my kola so that I can find wealth
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Come and accept my kola so I can have handcuffs
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Come and accept my kola so that I can have children
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Come and accept my kola so I can build houses
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Come and accept my kola so that I can reach old age
And also to be tenacious and firm in my old age
And to have all the good things
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands
Accept my kola today
Please accept my kola
Spread your hands
And accept my kola
Spread your hands.

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