Georg Pencz, Germany * 1528-1529; collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum
Om jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah
Om bram breem broum sah budhaya namah
Merx * Mark * Merch * Hermes
Phra Maha Chedi Chai Mongkol in Nong Phok Thailand
Public Figure Examples
Many siblings, many team-mates, much ensemble group cohort
Brihaspati is a multiplier, producing many and much.
Professor Budha is a duplicator and copier, producing doubles and couples such as siblings and sibling-figures like teammates, office-mates, ensemble players, and those who work in coupled setting such as police-patrol, co-pilots, or other jobs that must be done in cross-trained, dual-competence sets of two.
When Guru and Budha are yoked, the combination produces many types of cooperative-collaborative groups such as team-members, much cohort, numerous sibling-cousin figures.
Budha and Guru are not mutually friendly.
It is a somewhat conflicted combination with the potential for dogmatism, cognitive dissonance or hypocrisy if not consciously managed.
If sufficiently amplified or distorted by additional graha, may be an ideologue.
Macro vs micro
The nature of the conflict, from Brihaspati's perspective, is that Guru takes the broadest, most inclusive, most generous and optimistic approach. Budha by contrast focuses on micro-detail, upon argument and data.
Combining data with doctrine
Speech style emphasizes articles of faith, doctrinal claims, dogma, ideology, religious teachings, sacred knowledge, wisdom, and prayerful imagination, as characterized by Budha's rashi and Guru's happiness within that rashi.
Spoken and written expression is generally charitable, expansive and optimistic, albeit doctrinally influenced.
Frequent reference to the father, the papa-pope, the guru, cult of the high priesthood, high philosophy, and received doctrine.
Depending on the balance of power between Guru versus Budha, there can be a variety of expressive outcomes:
By contrast, the combination of Guru can produce a powerhouse of critical thinking (Budha) on topics of religious culture:
In the nativity of one in the wife role, Budha-yuti-Guru is a karaka for marrying the same husband twice. Guru represents husband, and Budha is a doubler.
(In the nativity of one in the husband role, Budha-yuti-Zukra is a karaka for marrying the same wife twice. Zukra represents wife, and Budha is a doubler.)
Typically a couple who marries, divorces, and remarries each other has the husband-doubler and the wife-doubler in their nativities. Often there is a significant drishti from Shani into the doubler-yoga also.
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