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Practitioner's Handbook for the Ifa Professional (New)
by FAMA Aina Adewale-Somadhi
Publisher: Ile Orunmila Communications
Book ID: 9780971494930, 0971494932
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"Chief FAMA unites arcane with mundane in yet another classic of Ifá literature. This book is a must for...library...." -- Dr. Medicine Hawk Wilburn, author of Urban Santeria: New World Magic For Urban and Suburban Populations
Practitioners' Handbook for the Ifá Professional was written with the initiated, practicing Babaláwo and Ìyánífá in mind. It is awesome! -- Oloye Chief Ifabowale Sohma Somadhi, MA
--Ìbà: from Oyeku Ogbè (Oyekuu Logbè) and Ogbè Ìrosùn (Ogbè-Dòsùnmú)
--IFÁ ipabi (Ifá chant prior to breaking obì àbàtà for libation)
--IFÁ chant for omi tutu (Ifá chant when using omi tútù for libation)
--IFÁ chant for ase (from Ose Òtúrá)
--ELEMENTS OF EBO:
(1) Ebo against Ikú (death)
(2) Ebo against Ìjà (quarrel)
(3) Ebo against Ìrìnàjò (journey)
(4) EBo for Prosperity
(5) Ebo for Ire (good fortune)
(6) Ebo to have a Child
(7) Ebo for a Peaceful Life
(8) Ebo for Victory
(9) Ebo against ejo (litigation)
--Ewé for Minor Ifá Work ...
--Ifa chant when making ebo to Èsu
--Ifa chant when offering oti to Orunmila-from Owonrin Odi (Owonrin Sìdin)
--IFÁ aseta (Ifá chant to repel curse)
--Yanle (known as 'ase' in the Diaspora)
--Eerindinlogun, eejo, and eerin (cowrie Shell Divinatio)
--YORÙBÁ words of wisdom
--Much more educative information!
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