Weekly Ifascope

The process of divination is to open the channels of communication between the meta-intellect of the Universe and ourselves. The skilled Diviner will utilize his or her experiential connection to this energy to tap into that ocean of knowledge for those that they are divining for. To be most effective, the energy should be a three way triangulation...Ifa priest, Client and Orunmila (meta-intellect). The Ifascope that the Foundation has presented each week for more than a decade, is a broader scope connection. The Ifascope is designed for a general understanding of the effective energy necessary for those that share our World View to most successfully navigate the path towards their fulfilling their Destiny. It is both accurate and effective - it will smooth the bumps and improve your life, but it is not meant to replace one on one divination. When serious issues of a career, love, health, children etc. must be dealt with, ONLY a one on one divination with a skilled Diviner can guarantee the right answers and solutions. 

Blessings!... Oluwo Philip Neimark

Notice: The weekly Ifascope is usually posted weekly between Thursday and Friday evening. 

The week's Ifascope Reading is brought to you by Oluwo Ifajuitan, an Osun priest since 1995, Babalawo since 1998, Oluwo since 2017.

Reading for week of August 11th - 17th, 2018

When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers~ African proverb

The Odu for this week is “Ogunda Obara”, a strong male or dominant sign, and because it comes Off Path (“Iwori Ose”), it will require us to have a greater self-awareness and take deflective actions to keep a fight from breaking out, else our personal relationships (“Ogbe Oyeku”) will bear the brunt of it.

Let’s keep in mind that the people in your life may be dealing with their own stress and challenges at this time, so it’s not personal, but if you happen to say the wrong thing or pressure them in some way, you will surely trigger a bad response. Personal relationships include spouses, significant other, friends, and family.

Ògún (“Obara Otura”) is saying to be supportive by staying strong and calm. The Ebbo (offering) is “honey” (“Irete Meji”) to create the right kind of pressure in your relationships.

Light a tea candle on your Ògún altar, place a clear glass of cool water, then make your offerings with a prayer. You may also make the offering in nature (e.g. woods), or you can leave it near a heavy machinery or train tracks.

Note: always keep in mind that the amount of effort (intention) you place while doing Ebbos goes a long way in the effectiveness of the Ebbo.

Observation for Ifa diviners
  • The Odu “Obara Otura” came out twice when asking if Ògún is the Òrìṣà speaking.

Love and Blessings!  Javier Lujan {Oluwo Ifajuitan}  

Be sure to check out “The Reading for the Year 2018”.

Love and Blessings!  Javier Lujan {Oluwo Ifajuitan}

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