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OM hrim krom aim grhanathaya budhaya swaha

Professor Budha

Parthya * Para * Paranya




Haya * Taukshika * Sarasana * Danusu

Mercury the Merchant * Hermes

Merx * Mark * Merch * sMargara * Marjali * Thoth * Enki * Nabu * Sabgu


Sagitt-arius * Archos

doctrinal cunning * kenning


Mary Magdalene holding the sacred cup (keep, coop, scoop, chalice, Holy Grail) c. 1600

from the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Public Figures

Budha in bhava-1 * digbala * narrative of body, self, identity, vitality

Budha in bhava-2 * narrative of values, natural resources


Budha in bhava-3 * narrative of cohort, siblings, announcements

Budha in bhava-4 * Kanya lagnesha * narrative of mother, homeland, roots, routine

Budha in bhava-5 * narrative of drama, politics, creativity


Budha in bhava-6 * Vimala Yoga * narrative of argument, accusation, pollution

Budha in bhava-7 * narrative of relationships, contracts, deals * partnership, balance

Budha in bhava-8 * narrative of camouflage, mystery, unexpected eruption

Budha in bhava-9 * narrative of the father, the guru, the doctrine * ideology

Budha in bhava-10 * narrative of leadership, governance, social order

Budha in bhava-11 * narrative of economy, community, network

Budha in bhava-12 * narrative of sanctuary, quietude, distance

"the preacher"

philosophical instructions, doctrinal explanations, descriptive ideologies, catechisms of faith

delivery of dogma and transmission of wisdom

narrative of conviction and belief

Budha = bandesha-4 +yuvatipathi-7 from Dhanusha

  • Good for communications regarding education (4) patriotism, land ownership or stewardship (4) and partnership or contractual agreements (7).

Can be an excellent attorney.

Depends on Guru. This one wants to be wise, cheerful, principled, broad-minded, optimistic about change and known for taking care of others.

Unless mercurial Budha is accompanied by more substantial graha, one may lack the depth needed to apprehend the broader principles of philosophy.

Nevertheless may be a capable instructor or trainer in theoretical topics even while not understanding the deeper levels oneself.

Prefers to use a vocabulary of doctrinal humanism , financial and educational opportunity, internationalism and global viewpoint. Inherently internationalist.

Likes to think about humanistic philosophy, universities and temples, religious education, ceremonial rituals, and adventurous travels.

  • Tantra 1931-1990 professor OSHO Rajneesh * international humanistic university-trained philosopher

  • Pope-266 Francis 1936- Jorge Bergoglio * Budha-yuti-Rahu * Guru-yuti-Rahu * Surya-yuti-Rahu * extensive writings on doctrine

  • Yogaville 1914-2002 Swami Satchidananda built a temple of world religions in the settlement called Yogaville, in Virginia USA

  • Lord of the Rings 1892-1973 J.R.R. Tolkien professor of linguistics at Oxford for thirty years, devoted adherent to Roman Catholic doctrine, member of intellectual poetic circles

  • Autobiography of a Yogi 1893-1952 Swami Yogananda was also humanistic philosopher; his perspective was distinctly pan-religious

Great for preachers, teachers, salespeople and coaches. Excellent champion of a humanistic cause.

If the teachings of Professor Budha are subject to prolonged and repeating lessons (usually via constrictive drishti) may tend toward sloganism and propaganda; may become a purveyor of broad, simplistic answers to deep, complex questions. Guru can tempt the native to skip over a complete thought process to reach an easy answer.

If conditions are very auspicious, may be able to articulate the highest meta-rational knowledge, and lead adherents toward a universal awareness of the Divine.

Often an exponent of global humanism, who can articulate diverse cultural features in a broadly inclusive context.

  • Just So Stories 1865-1936 Rudyard Kipling + Surya-yuti-Zukra + Kuja-yuti-Guru . Kipling was a great supporter of the internationalizing, ecumenical effects of Masonic Orders. Kipling's writing won a huge number of prizes (5) not least the 1907 Nobel Prize in Literature. Although patronizing and simplistic by today's standards, Kipling's vignettes of life in peasant India were highly honored by his contemporaries as representing the humanistic inclusiveness (Guru) of Empire



Kinkaku-ji Temple in Kyoto Japan

Das comments "Mercury is in Sagittarius."

"In your own deep thinking or intelligence, you try to be philosophical and wise.

  • You tend towards the expansive and progressive stance considering the generosity, good literature, good arts, which protect one and all, to be worthy of your thought.

Therefore you are fond of science and medicine because they aim at taking care of one and all."

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