Itá: Legends of the Orishas. Patakís or itás The Patakí also tells the person what they need to do under the circumstances of that particular Odu. The Patakís. A patakí is a brief story used in Santería and Ifá. Contents. 1 Definition; 2 Oral tradition “Some patakís narrate the birth or death of an Orisha in human form. NUEVO: (Atributos y Pataki de los Orishas "Yemaya") publicado en Ashe Santeria
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In Yoruba society, when a mother gives birth to twins, Ibeji are consecrated and given to her as well as a set for her twin children. Otherwise the surviving twin would quickly pataki en los orisha his or her sibling to death. When the second twin dies, a second doll is consecrated to match the first and both are kept with the consecrated pots by the mother.
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The first born twin of the Ibeji is considered the younger of the two and is named Taewo. The second born is considered to be older and is named Kehinde.
Taewo is pataki en los orisha in red and white, and Kehinde is dressed in blue and white.
Kola nuts do not grow in the Caribbean. It is completely inappropriate to use four coconut shells — that is an oracle from a completely different religion chamalongo divination from Palo Monte.
This pataki legend explains why. He was kind, patient, always gave to the poor.
His spiritual purity made him radiate the purest of white light. Obi was sent to act as a remedy for all of the troubles of the world; he was an agent for blessings and goodness.
Obi was handsome, with dark black skin, a youthful face and kind eyes. With all of this attention, Obi began to grow vain and arrogant.
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He started thinking of himself as the most perfect thing alive, rivaling Olofi himself! He began dressing in the most lavish of white robes made in celebration of his own perfection.
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His giving nature faded and he began scoffing at the poor who would approach him. Back to the story, Oya, Oshun, and Yemaya decided to make a business of divination.
They also decide to involve Eleggua Laroye in the business. This particular path of Eleggua who was a great communicator, and also had the gift of gab, would be used to get the word out about the business.
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The money made from the sessions was to be divided four ways, with Eleggua getting his share at the close of the business day. First, it must be dark and coarse on the outside, pataki en los orisha on the inside, and fall every day to earth like a seed or nut from a tree.
It can only speak for other orishas — it has no voice of its own. In fact its voice was taken away as a punishment from Olofi. It can only speak when it is thrown on the floor — not a table. This is a bit of a complex question to answer. In order to communicate with any orishaa person must be able to recite the Pataki en los orisha prayer also called Mojuba or the Juba prayer.