Otura Ka

otura ka

Disobedience costs life. Otura ka

Other names for Otura Ika:

Otura Ka.

Born in the odu Otura Ka:

  • That all Awó must have a belly scratching cuje next to his Eshú.
  • The pride of Oggún.
  • That men imitated animals in positions for the sexual act.
  • The art of moving to do the sexual act.
  • Disobedience costs life.
  • Oggún lacked the strength for Ofikalé and he pretended to his wife to be ill.

What is the sign Otura Ka talking about?

  • The Apetebbí must marry an Awó.
  • What you are looking for outside the house, you have it in the same
  • You cannot be violent.
  • He talks about a person that no one likes him.
  • With the help of Eshú and Obbatalá it is governed.
  • You live without a crown. Make Holy.
  • The Awó must have a belly scratching stick in his Eshú.
  • The man beats the woman and her Guardian Angel renders him powerless.
  • The person likes to steal.
  • Three lots were lost.
  • The person has brain wear.

You can read: Sign of Ifa Ika Foguero

Recommendations of the Otura Ka sign:

  • You have to be careful, they are watching you and may surprise you. Beware of theft and that your pocket money does not get lost.
  • Here the person, to rule, has to hold on to Eshú and Obbatalá.
  • Here we must respect Azójuano (San Lázaro), who visits them and does not agree with the way they are living.
  • In this sign, sweets are cooked for Oshún.
  • The person, for this Oddun, owes all the Saints, as he is not very believing, as well as very proud.

prohibitions from Otura Ka:

  • Don't whistle, because your enemies are watching you and may catch you by the whistle.
  • Here the person cannot be violent, he must be calm and not give so much importance to things.
  • Here you do not have a crown, you must do Santo and then Ifá.

Sayings of Otura Ka:

  • Disobedience costs life.
  • Through pride, man can lose his life.
  • With calm and patience, the world can move.

Ethical Code of Ifa of the Otura Ika Sign:

Disobedience costs life.

You can read: Odu of Ifa Otura Meyi

Says Ifa odu Otura Ka:

Don't whistle, because your enemies are watching you and can catch you by the whistle. He has to receive Orunmila and Oggún. He plans to go to a point in the field where it will be good for him, he will go for a walk or work and after time, Sera Awó of the town cannot take what is not his. You have to give your head a banana. It cannot be greedy. Close to where a vendor or an animal lives. You had a scare with a 4-legged animal. You are not a believer, you lost three lots, the first was for being arrogant, the second for not asking for favors and the third for ignoring what you are told. She is very proud. You don't like being known about your needs. He is not grateful for anything. She wants to tie up her husband. He owes all the Saints. Avoid tragedy and don't stand on corners, because you can get hit. He lives from his position. This is the last time Orunmila requires it. He has a little animal that knows a lot and will have to part with him. He has to feed Obbatalá and pay more attention to his Guardian Angel. He mistreats his wife and his wife's Guardian Angel, in punishment, causes him impotence and great delay. Here disobedience costs life. What you are looking for on the street, you have at home. Be careful with surgical operations. Be careful with bladed weapons. That there are those who believe that they are a witch and that they know a lot. You must take care of your stomach. He suffers from the brain. It has no crown or government. Give something to Oshún.

Prayer of the Odu Otura Ka:

Otura Ka Adifafún Obanile Koade Mewe Oni Were Bogbo Mabinu Umbowa Orunmila Lofobani Eshú Mafun Otura Ka Addié Lorúbbo Bogbo Tenuyén Osiaddíe Fifeshú Shonshon Umbo Wanile Obbatalá Addé Ni Odara Lerí Bode Ashó Araé Lofobani Odaúníba Orunfereda Atuna Odaunila Odaunila Orunfereda Obbatalá Lerí Lerí Odahunila Orunfereda Attendant

Works by Otura Ka:

Ebbó from Otra Ika before going to the place.

1 rooster, banana, machete, guataca, other ingredients, a lot of money (After the Ebbó, you will beg your head with the banana).

Lucky Ebbó. 

1 rooster, 6 pigeons, 6 eggs, other ingredients, a lot of money.

Description of the odu Otura Ka (Ika):

This Oddun speaks of dispersing our enemies to ensure our prosperity. The person needs to be spiritually cleansed of negative energy.

This Sign of Ifa speaks of the need to crown a Saint, because here one is born without a crown. Here disobedience costs life.

In this Oddun it was where different cujes from different bushes were tested, for the Iyoyé ceremony, but they made the Alawó sick and only the one with a belly scratch gave him health and strength. And that's why they blessed it, so that it would always be used in this ceremony.

Here it was also born that all Awó must have a belly scratching cuje next to his Eshú.

Here Oggún lacked the strength for the sexual act and he pretended to the obiní to be ill. The person has impotence problems.

In this Oddun, when the person bathes in the sea, whatever he finds he takes and puts behind the door for luck.

Here (Otura Ka) Eshú (Elegbá) is served with three dishes with: coconut, 3 akará bibo, 3 olele, 3 pieces of jutía and smoked fish.

Oggún will be given a big cock.

Here a crown is made with 16 parrot feathers, prayed on the board and placed on the tureen of the Guardian Angel of the person.

Here the woman who has this Oddun in the Ikofafún, must marry an Awó to be happy.

In this Oddun, Orunmila told Oggún not to be so arrogant and not to throw things away when he got uncomfortable. He ignored it and plunged the machete into his belly.

The person must do the things that mark this Ifá, as well as be careful with operations on his belly.

Here the person looks outside the house, what he has in it.

You have to be careful of surgical operations, as well as walking with knives.

Here the person cannot be violent, he must be calm and not give so much importance to things.

In this Oddun, there are those who say that the person is a witch and knows a lot.

Here you have to take care of your stomach (diarrhea, colitis and blood from the intestine). The liver will also need to be cared for.

 

You can read: Ifa Oshe Bara sign

Meaning of the Sign of Ifa Otura Ika

For this Ifá (Otura Ika), there are paralyzed families or someone died paralyzed. Here you suffer from pains or stitches in the stomach.

This Ifá speaks of a deceased who left a machete and wishes to do it for one of the family, but cannot due to lack of lights and suffers from all the bad things that are happening to them. You have to help that spirit, so that it does not suffer more and can help you.

This Ifá predicts that around there is a lot of hubbub, it is not so important. At home, they sometimes smell herbs and sometimes medicines.

Here we must respect Azójuano (San Lázaro), who visits them and does not agree with the way they are living.

You have to be careful, they are watching you and may surprise you. Beware of theft and that your pocket money does not get lost.

In the sign of Ifa Otura Ka, he speaks of a person that nobody likes and is looking for an ideal spouse, since to bear his follies and be able to cope with him, a person with a very calm phlegmatic temperament is needed.

Here the person, to rule, has to hold on to Eshú and Obbatalá.

Here you do not have a crown, you must do Santo and then Ifá.

For a single woman: She must receive Ikofafún, so that she can marry, since she lives without a crown.

Here, what the person is looking for has been for a long time, he has it close and he does not see it.

Here the woman wants to tie up her husband.

The man mistreats the woman and her Guardian Angel, by punishment, has him powerless.

The herbs of this Oddun: taboni, roost, cotton and alacrancillo.

In this Ifá it was born that men and women wiggled to give themselves more pleasure in the sexual act and not have brain wear, which implied the way to do it before, where only the brain worked and they were so exhausted that they could only have that pleasure once year. That's why it is that pregnancy lasts 9 months in women. It was also born why men imitated the different animals to know the different positions in the sexual act.

In the sign of Ifa Otura ka sweets are cooked to Oshún.

Here the person is commanded to separate himself from an animal he has.

The person, for this Oddun, owes all the Saints, as he is not very believing, as well as very proud.

Saints who speak in this Oddun: Obbatalá, Eshú, Oshún, Oggún, Orunmila, Oshosí, Olófin, the sorcerers.

Diseases that afflict this Oddun: brain problems, colitis, diarrhea, bleeding through the intestines, hepatitis and other liver ailments, extrapyramillary syndrome (paralysis), lower belly problems in women, pains or stitches in the stomach.

Patakie of the sign Otura Ka

Disobedience costs life.

In this way, Oggún wanted to solve everything with pride and was always in a bad mood. Anything he did and it went wrong, he threw it away and threw it apart. Realizing that he was not well, he decided to go see Orunmila, who made him Osodde and this Oddun, Otura Ka, came out and said: Look, Oggún, you cannot be so arrogant and, when you are uncomfortable, you cannot throw away things. You have to do Ebbó and remember that disobedience can cost you your life. OGUN ignored what Orunmila had told him and one day, when he returned home from work, he got very upset and threw the machete he had in his hand, which hit the wall and bounced, digging into his belly. Fulfilling the word of Ifá: «Disobedience cost him the
lifetime"

When Otura Ika scared away the Warlocks.

Asarigege is the name given to death (Iku).
Abirungbere is the name given to the disease (Arún).
If the elephant goes out into the street, he will be happy.
If the buffalo reaches the swampy place, it will be free, easy and content.
Otura Ka Tura Ka! Help me scare away the witches and witches, help me scare my
enemies and opponents.

He was told that to achieve this, he had to sacrifice: Ifa leaves (Ela and Iyeré), which will be ground, a clay nougat and cook it as a soup, with aro fish. Afterwards, that he put some Iyefá recited from the Oddun Otura Ka in the soup and said the previous Ifa incantation. Let him pour oil on the floor around the lamp before eating the soup.

Traditional Ika Ifa Otura

ÒTÚRÁ ÌKÁ

Ó túká wááráwá
Ó dàálè waarawa
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
A day fún won nÍsèse à á kéré
Níbi wón gbé n fohun eboó rbo
Wón kí wón or rubo
Wón layé or ye wón
Wón lókàan wón or balè
Wón or sì nísinmi
Sùgbón kí wón or rubo
Wón bá rubo
Wón rubo tan ni gbogbo è bá dáa
Wón ló túká wááráwá
Ó dàálè waarawa
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
A day fún won nÍsèse à á kéré
Níbi wón gbé n fohun eboó rbo
Owó la fin rbo nílè
Jé or fin Ifá
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
Àgbàdo tí n be nílè yí
Ohun ebo níí se
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
Òkòkó, Àkùko
Méjèéjì tí n be nlè yí
Ohun ebo níí se
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
Eyelé tí n be nlè yìí Ifá
Ohun ebo níí se
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
Ewúré tí n be nlè yìí
Ohun ebo níí se
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
Àgùtàn bòlòjò tí n be nlè yìí
Ohun ebo níí se
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo
A rubo or pé
A bímo nígbà yí ò a bímo
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Kín la fi n ponmo gírí?
Kíjìpá lèèmù leemu
Táa fi rbo ní n be nlè yìí
Ká móo gbhow jó
Èrìgì Awo Àgbasà
Oba aládé a róhun ebo.

Ifá wants this person to be well. Life will please him and he will have peace of mind. Ifá exhorts you to offer complete sacrifice. He is wishing the good fortune of children.

Dissolves quickly
It spills out unhindered
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbasà
They were the ones who made divination for the citizens of Ìsèse à á kéré
Where they were using the appropriate offertory objects
They advised them to sacrifice
Since their lives will please them
Peace of mind
And they would have peace of mind
But they must offer the prescribed sacrifice
They finished offering the sacrifice and everything got better for them
They said it dissolves promptly
It spills out unhindered
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbasà
They were the ones who made divination for the citizens of Ìsèse à á kéré
Where they were using the appropriate offertory objects
If it is money that we use in the sacrifice
Ifá will allow you to demonstrate effectiveness
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbasà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
The corn that we have put here on earth
It is an object of sacrifice
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
The hen and the rooster
The two that we have put here on earth
They are the objects of sacrifice
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
The dove that we have put here on earth
It is an object of sacrifice
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
The goat that we have put here on earth
It is an object of sacrifice
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
The beautiful sheep that we have put here on earth
It is an object of sacrifice
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the sacrificial objects
We offered our sacrifice and it is complete
We are now giving birth to babies from now on
Èrìgì is the priest of Àgbàsà
What are we using to tie the baby?
La Gruesa, kíjìpá
What we have used as a sacrifice is here on earth
Let us hug the children together
Èrìgì the priest of Àgbàsà
The crowned king, we have seen the objects of sacrifice.

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