otrupon ogunda

ifa sign Otrupon Ogunda

What is born in the odu of Ifa Otrupon Ogunda?

  • Today he despises it, tomorrow he needs it.
  • That the Awó drops the EBO in the river with the Irofá.
  • That the Awó makes EBO in the river with a chain of its size and ASHIBATA.
  • That the owner of this Ifá will give 1 eyelé fun fun to his lerí every 3 months.
  • The condemned to death at birth.
  • That lost faculties are recovered.
  • That the mother is the cause of the death of the child that is born, since she deliberately conceives it.
  • The child that is born glimpses to be a thief.
  • Do a favor and they will make you a better one.

What does the sign of Ifa Otrupon Ogunda speak of?

  • TONDA speaks (a traveling spirit), the sick child dies, blood from the anus and hemorrhages.
  • The secret of this Odu is to throw the EBO with the Irofá.
  • That the greatest enemy is women.
  • EBO WONU (for both men and women) was born.
  • Make Osha, because Odu marks disease and with this solves health problems.
  • Here: The toad speaks and the poison in its milk, it represents ESHU.
  • La Jicotea did not walk through the guiros (OSAIN).
  • OGGUN eats ram with jar and jicotea.
  • The blind and the lame speak.
  • Speak the malignant fever.

What does the sign of Ifa mark Otrupon Ogunda?

  • ORULA left the world for disrespectful behavior in professionalism and religious seriousness.
  • The diseases are: feet, head, eyesight, hernia, bleeding from the anus.
  • The child ABIKU is born.
  • ASHIKUELU bewitched OSHUN when he was surprised.
  • ONIBOO protects children.
  • You can lose the house to slander.
  • OSHUN lost consciousness when he saw what he shouldn't have (Lesbianism).
  • The eweses (Herbs) are: guiro, malvita and white mallow.

Sayings of the Sign of Ifa Otrupon Ogunda: 

  • For getting into what he doesn't care about, he pays with his head.
  • Do good and do not look at who.
  • The Iroko tree can be pruned when it is young.
  • Today he despises it, tomorrow he needs it.

Ifa Code of Ethics of the odu Otrupon Ogunda:

  • The Awó must be careful not to be used to resolve the personal affairs of another.

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Ifa says in the Oddun Otrupon Ogunda:

Do not go to the party or pilgrimage where you are invited because blood can flow and justice will intervene. Do not take the woman away from another, because the offended can take revenge. A disease comes to him.

Take care of your assets, because you can even be homeless. Pay the promise you owe. His wife is pregnant. Give two pigeons to your head. Avoid alcoholic beverages in the company of third parties. They watch over you and talk about everything you do.

Prayer of the sign Otrupon Ogunda Ifa:




Ebbo of the Odu Otrupon Ogunda:

EBO: Ounko, akukó, a stick, knife, ashó timbelara, a live toad, ekú, epo, oñí, itaná, otí, opolópo owó.

NOTE: Ashó timbelara is all the clothes he is wearing, the toad is released after the EBO.

Tips of the Sign of Ifa Otrupon Ogunda:

  • If you do not comply with ESHU, otoku.
  • You have to do EBO with the clothes you have on, ounko, akukó, banana strain, aberikunló and platanillo de Cuba. It goes to the cemetery.
  • When this Ifá is seen to a sick child, it indicates his death.
  • There is an enemy woman blowing powder on his back.
  • Mark disease, settle Osha to solve health problems.
  • Brand breakdown of home by raising hands between spouses.
  • The Guardian Angel of this Odu is OBATALA, YEMAYA or SHANGO.
  • Make subtle and dangerous enemy, and if you neglect, you will lose.
  • The enemy is inside his house, the Ogú comes for a third person to mislead, he can lose
  • the house out of envy of the people or slander.
  • The EBO is made with the clothes you are wearing.
  • The Odu brand complaint.
  • They take away her husband through witchcraft or slander.

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Otrupon Ogunda in Traditional Nigerian Ifa.


A day fún Òòsààlá Òsèèrèmògbò
Níjóó tí n tòrun bò wálé ayé
Ebo n won ni or se
A day fún Òkànlénú Irúnmolè
Níjóó won n tòrun bò wálé ayé
Wón ní kí gbogboo wón or ru were méjì méjì lo
Òòsà lórí òun ò gbó
Òòsà bá rbo
Wón ho awo were òhún
Wón and kànlù
Ngbàa won de ilé ayé
Àwon Òòsà ró kù ò rílù jó
Wón bá dé àjo nbi wón or ti jó
Enii won n sápéé fún
Eni rí n korin lasán
Òòsà bá i lóòókán
Ó ní Jógede
A day fún Òòsààlá Òsèèrèmògbò
Níjóó tí n tòrun bò wálé ayé
Ifá jé n gbayì ntèmi
Bí Sàngó you to a
Kò rílù jó
Bí Ògún ti ate a
Kò rílù jó
Òòsà ní n be léyìn
You n jíjóo re
Wón bá fìlù bé e
Ògún ní áà
Òun náà bí nbi ìlú
Ògún bá lòó kan Àgèrè
Sàngó lòó kan bàtá
Gbogbo won bá kànlù
Gbogbo ihun tí ò bá nílú nnú
Kò leè sehun rere kan hasta dáa.
Ifá advises this person to offer sacrifice for happiness. His fortunes have been with him since his birth. He must give Ifá a goat. The skin of the goat should not be burned, but should be removed and used to make a drum.
He consulted Òòsààlá Òsèèrèmògbò
The day he was coming from heaven to earth
They advised him to make the sacrifice
He consulted countless Deities
The day they were coming from heaven to earth
They advised him that they should sacrifice two goats
Òòsà said that he cannot dare to the consequences
Òòsà made the sacrifice
They skinned the goat
And they used the skin to make a drum
When they came to earth
The other Deities couldn't find a drum to dance to
They came to where they met to dance
Some were clapping
Some were just shaping the beats with their mouth
Òòsà, looked from afar, singing
He consulted Òòsààlá Òsèèrèmògbò
The day I was coming from heaven to earth
Ifá allow me to be recognized by myself
As big as Sàngó is
He ain't got no single drumbeat to dance to
As powerful as Ògún is
He ain't got no single drumbeat to dance to
It is Òòsà that comes from behind
Who is dancing his well deserved drumbeats to dance
It is Òòsà that comes from behind
Who is dancing to the beat of the drums
They played the drum continuously
In despair, Ògún exclaimed
'I also have an idea of ​​a type of drum'
He went to make the Àgèrè drum
Sàngó made Bàtá
They all started making different types of drums
All the celebrations devoid of drumbeats
It would not connote a good function.

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Pataki of the sign of Ifa Otrupon Ogunda:

Malignant fever.


On this path, IKU lived in a land where she never ate, no matter how hard she looked, she couldn't find her food. Seeing himself in such a situation, he went to consult with Ifá and ORUNMILA saw this Ifá, OTRUPON OGUNDA.

Ifá told him that he had to do EBO and that after he did it he had to leave that town and that he only eat fruits when they mature. IKU, following the advice of Ifá, went to a land where there everyone was born sick and she ate it. So IKU was happy because she had plenty of food.

In that land there was a married couple and the Obiní was Oboñú and when she realized that she was oboñú, she began to think and said: «I am going to consult with Ifá». ORUNMILA saw this Ifá and told him that he had to do EBO with ounko, akukó, the clothes he was wearing, a banana strain, aberikunló, platanillo.

She left the ORUNMILA house determined, but having no money to do the EBO with, she decided to make a collection among her relatives and went to get the EBO done. When he finished, ORUNMILA told her that she had to take him to the cemetery and not to look back when she returned.

ORUNMILA told ONIBODI to accompany him and to be by his side, and that when the creature was born to protect her, so that IKU would not eat it.

When EMURE was born, ONIBODI was waiting so that she would not get sick and free her from death, but when the relatives found out what the collection money was for, they all started to protest and ELEGBA, who heard everything, got upset and got upset. It was. The mother said, "What will become of EMURE and me?"

One day late in the afternoon, the fever took hold of EMURE and he began to sweat; his body was filled with sores, he could not look; her mother cried and cried when she saw her that way. She made up her mind and sought out her relatives, to pray to Heaven and call ONIBODI. They all gathered and prayed to Heaven.

ONOBODI said, "This is very good" and took the girl away.

The girl was already a maiden, she was ABIKU and when she thought her head hurt, her eyesight was short, but she saw a long distance.

When she was 16 years old, ONIBODI told her: "I'm going to take you where your mother is, but first I'll take you to OBATALA's house." And when they left OBATALA's house, ONOBODI took EMORE (the one punished to death) to her Iyaré's house and IKU couldn't eat her.

NOTE: The mother is the cause that the son was persecuted by IKU, since she conceived him at a time and
in a land where children died at birth.

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