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OTURAORILANA/ORIRE/ORIKO/ẸKÚNDAYỌ̀.



Here Below we have a small bit on odu ifa otura ogbe

ifa said all things that have been hard to do will become easier as from this moment if we can perform proper sacrifice very well. Ifá advised us to feed èṣù láàlú with two kola nuts, He-goat and a stick of oruru tree.


Ifa said we should also offer sacrifice to chase away bad spirit that will be monitoring our lives that we may be victorious in all our endeavors. Two kola nuts, big rat, corncake 4, cake 4, rooster 1, palm oil, salt and ifa leafs.


Ifa also advised each and everyone of us to be constantly appease our heads or ORI so that our head may make a good path for us. Two kola nuts, white rooster and cold water.


Ifa advised especially those that were born by this corpus not to eat bitter leaf called jogbo leaf in order to avoid untimely death.



Ifa advised not to eat okra also so that we will not miss our benefactors that suppose to make us rich in life and men should be very careful of following women's advises so that we will not be misled by wives/women.



Ifa advised us to feed Ogun lakaye very well so that he can also make a good path for us and fight for us to overcome our enemies. Two kola nuts, rooster, male dog, roasted yam, fried corn, palm oil, palm wine, gin, snail and salt.



Ifa advised women to desist from searching or poking there nose into something that doesn't concern them, in order to avoid the unstoppable flowing of blood from their private part.

Especially those of you ladies that like to be monitoring your husband's movement, ifa warned you to desist from been monitoring the movement of your husband or searching his pocket so that you won't cause great problem for yourself.


Ifa advised us to take good care of our ancestors in a right time so that they may direct the goodness of life to us from heaven, we should not be tarry to reckon with their requests. Two kola nuts and ram.


If a man he should not marry a women that has fair complexion further investigation will be needed.


Ifa advised us not to be impervious to his advice so that we will not regret and loose good things at the end.


Ifá advised us to use sacrifices to trick death, sickness, and all evil forces so that they won't know our house.


Ifá advised us to use sacrifices to trick death, sickness, and all evil forces so that they won't be able to effect our homes.


Ifa advised you to offer sacrifice so that the plans of bad people in order to put you to shame won't manifest.(corncake, cake beans, agbe, agbigbo, odidere, aloko and ifa leafs)


Ifá advised us to use sacrifices to trick death, sickness, and all evil forces so that they won't know our house.


A bunch of four pounded yam, one local pepper, one melon, one eeru.



Short Story that speaks on the following admonition above: Ifa advised you to offer sacrifice so that the plans of bad people in order to put you to shame and molest you won't manifest.



Òfikí is the priest of òfikí

Ìfẹ̀yọ̀ is the priest of ìfẹ̀yọ̀

Àgbàrá mọ̀nígìdì niṣawo ìláporo

It cast divined for Ọ̀rúnmìlà when he wanted to go and marry "ajere" the daughter of "olokun seni ade". He was advised to offer sacrifice so that he would not be put to shame by all other deities. Because other deities had try to win her over before. But she didn't accepted their proposals, it is only ọ̀runmila that she agreed (ajere) to marry and all other deities were angry because of this. Ọ̀rúnmìlà wanted to bring ajere the daughter of olokun home with him.


So all deities ganged up they planned to raining a shameless rain on Ọ̀rúnmìlà, when Ọ̀rúnmìlà and ajere the daughter of olókun were coming home a cloud turned to black, ajere started blaming Ọ̀rúnmìlà for coming to pick her on the day because she thought the rain will beat hell out of her. Ọ̀rúnmìlà told her to calm down because the shameless rain of other deities will not fall on them because he has offered proper sacrifice.


Ọ̀rúnmìlà started singing the song of ifá till the black cloud turn back to white, when ajere seen that Ọ̀rúnmìlà has casted away the rain she was happy, that is how Ọ̀rúnmìlà brought ajere the daughter of olokun home.


Ajere beget wealth, child, peace, longevity and all kinds of good things for Ọ̀rúnmìlà they were dancing and rejoicing praising priest the priests were praising ifá while ifá was praising Eledumare.

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