BPHS Guru Mahadasha
| Om gram grim graum sah gurave namah |
Om jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah
Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi
Kanni * Partha * Parnaya * Para
Jupiter * Dyaus-Pitr
Dies Pater * Enlil * Marduk * Zeus * Iuppiter * Jove * Thor * Her-wepes-tawy
Virgo * Parthena * Persephone
The Wisdom of Service
multiple services, servants, or servitudes
many medicines * many ministrations
much argument * many crimes and conflicts
priests of the ministerial rites
Golden Wheat Fields
| Public Figures |
Guru in bhava-2 * multiple voices, faces, histories, lineages, treasuries
Guru in bhava-3 * multiple businesses * many meetings
Guru in bhava-4 * multiple settlements, multi-roots, several homes
Guru in bhava-5 * multiple intelligences * politics of argument, conflict
Guru in bhava-6 * multiple service ministries, imbalanced expansion
Guru in bhava-7 * multiple alliances = rebalancing of injustices
Guru in bhava-8 * multiple secrets, many identity-changes
Guru in bhava-9 * many doctrines, multiple beliefs, much preaching, multiple father-figures, many guru-professor, much patronage
Guru in bhava-10 * multiple social responsibilities
Guru in bhava-11 * multiple goals, many achievements, many friends
Guru in bhava-12 * multiple sanctuaries, many intuitions, many retreats
Kanya-Parthya = Virgo = enemy rashi
Belief in Human Development via Military, Medicine, Ministries of Service
Guru tends to lose His generous, inclusive view when He is constrained in the rashi of detail-oriented, instructional, argumentative Budha.
Although well-meaning, Guru-Kanya can quickly deteriorate into hypocrisy and a preachy narrative style.
Guru's natural proclivity toward philosophical preaching and spreading the Good News of higher truth is compromised in bantering Budha's accusing, blaming Kanya world.
exception: helps medical diagnosis and may be an excellent physician
The Good News normally carried by generous Brihaspati is often reduced to a set of petty aruments, and the bitterness of criticism (crit = rules) may overwhelm the consolation of philosophy.
Past-life carry-forward wisdom about accusations, argumentation, criticism, the logical organization of vast amounts of material or information, in particular regarding military, medical or human services ministry to the exploited, laboring classes
Often an unhappy person for whom little comes easily.
Guru-Kanya expects salvation through works.
Believes in the power of accurate information, broad analytical viewpoint, and advance planning.
Yet if Budha is strong, Guru-Kanya can be very effective in organizing information and teaching-preaching toward those in servitude, the ill and addicted, the poor and conflict-ridden, the laboring classes.
Generally happy when developing large-scale, detailed plans of any kind.
Particularly inclined toward disciplinary specialties of public health and logically organized resource distribution. Tolerant of cultural diversity but achieves harmony goals mainly through avoiding conflict.
Expands the number of servants or employees
leaders of industrial corporations which employed hundreds of thousands of oft-exploited workers
Guru-Kanya = teacher-preacher perfectionism + a service focus.
Guru also considers Budha to be an enemy, and the reasons for this ancient animosity between Kumara and Brihaspati are also clear.
Guru's great and wise expansion into the world of principled thought and moral living cannot possibly flourish in the constricted world of Budha's narrow, mentalized, sense-data-driven and skeptical argumentation.
the native is called into the teaching profession or some guidance role such as coach or parent, but one cannot see the forest for the trees. the native offers guidance but it is of a fraudulent or brittle sort, not wise and speaking to grand principle but rather picky, critical, and excessively detailed.
Such a native does well in the technical teaching or 'training' fields for example in teaching lab sciences, or computational mathematics, or any sort of technical, logical human-reasoning process.
the native is not able to grasp, in this lifetime, the great religious principles which guide ceremonial religion and light up the clairsentient pathways.
In Kanya-Parthya, Brihaspati is constrained by criticism, accusation, arguments, and servitude.
Guru expands the complaining, conflicted, litigious qualities of Kanya
On the positive side, Guru-Kanya helps the military and medical *service* capabilities of Kanya, by expanding the capacity for tactical planning, increasing the pharmacological inventory and broadening the ability to develop detailed medical treatment plans.
When Guru travels through Kanya, one may be able to further develop the skills needed for ministries of service to the imbalanced and the exploited.
Guru-Kanya can generate an ever-expanding task list.
file update: 17-Jan-2019
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