Oyeku Ofun Temple

Ifa and Orisha Temple in Arcata, Humboldt County, Northern California // A Peaceful Place for Divine Worship

Itadogun Reading 7/14/2018

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IFA divination will be performed every Itadogun (every 17 days) and information will be posted detailing what offerings should be made following each Itadogun.

 

Itadogun Reading 7/14/2018

This Itadogun IFA warns us against contention. IFA says that we must not fight/argue this Itadogun. IFA says that we must not be greedy or miserly this Itadogun. IFA says that those who were doing good by people, yet were being taken advantage of, these people should not fret. They should leave the matter to OLODUMARE. IFA says that they will reap what they sow, both those who do good and those who do evil. IFA says that we should all be making an offering with 2 fish (eja) to IFA. IFA says victory will belong to those who take heed. On this IFA says:
The cactus did good deeds
But decided that he will not do good deeds any longer
They turn the generous people into foolish ones
The problem that a generous person encounters
That problem caused him to receive 2000 cowries
If a miserly person comes
They will ensure that he pays every penalty instead
IFA’s declaration to Odidere
When all blessings were coming from behind
And he declared that his blessings were in front of him
He was advised to offer Ebo
He complied
Before long, not far
Join us in the midst of all Ire

May OLODUMARE protect us and provide for us. Ase O

Sincerely,
Apena Fagbemijo Amosun Fakayode
Otun Amufawuni of Ibadan Land
Director of Oyeku Ofun Temple
http://www.oyekuofun.org/

3 thoughts on “Itadogun Reading 7/14/2018

  1. How should the offering of two fish be presented? Cooked or raw? Is there an Oriki that should be said with the offering?

  2. Aboru, Aboya, Abosise!

    A very timely and comforting message for me. Thank you for sharing this!

  3. Baba does this mean that one must feed their own if pot with eja? Am trying to understand what to do.

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