Georg Pencz, Germany * 1528-1529; collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum
| Om dram dreem droum sah Zukraya namah |
Om bram breem broum sah budhaya namah
Budha is the record-writer * Zukra is the record-keeper
instant (Budha, speed of thought) gratification (Zukra)
Mercury the Merchant * Hermes
Merx * Mark * Merch * sMargara * Marjali * Thoth
Venus * Ishtarra * Ashtatara
Aphrodite * Steorra * Frigg
Nearly any combination of commercial Budha + luxurious, partnering Zukra can result in financial-wealth development via business enterprise.
Commercial and messaging activities of Budha are enhanced by gracious, diplomatic, arranging Zukra. Flow of communications in key partnerships benefits the career.
reports, announcements, particularly on topic of contract, agreement, deal, arrangement, partnership, equity
business administration, conferences and seminars, often invited by colleagues
planning and scheduling,
quick-to-read literature such as poetry, chapbooks, handbooks, operations manuals, brochures, and websites.
all varieties of skills training, both manual and mental
writing and literary publishing
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.
(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.)
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.
Generally Shurka-yuti-Budha is a peace-maker combination that mixes Zukra's diplomatic skill with Budha's capacity for interpretation.
|Das * Behari commentary Budha-yuti-Zukra|| |
"Enlightened, cheerful and artistic.
Shani and Zukra are good friends and Budha gets along with them as a neutral.
Speech style = simple, and proletarian, but also smooth and generally pleasing. Sound patterns may be regionalized or"folksy", but the implication of harshness or vulgarity that would result from Budha-yuti-Shani alone, is much smoothed and more attractive due to Zukra.
Total effect of the speech delivery and mentality is friendly, a bit intellectually restrained or mentally simplified, but pleasant.
Depending on the bhava ruled by Shani and Zukra, education can improve the written and spoken expression dramatically. the native may be cautious of verbal expression and occasionally sounds a bit too populist for the educated ear. Yet the audience is usually forgiving and the trustworthiness of a common style of speech is a valuable asset.
|Budha-Meena * nichha yuti Zukra-Meena * uttama yuti Surya|
"Pleasure to Communicate, Organize and Plan"
The male is attracted to women of talkative and literary nature. She is articulate and has many female friends.
"Twinning" behavior in marriage. The male may feel most comfortable with his beloved when in a sibling-type relationship, when planning or studying together, or in shared-narrative conversation.
Sharing thoughts and shared writing process are highly valued qualities of the partnership. This tends to be an actively sexual marriage with the"sexual conversation" being woven into the whole flow of the interpersonal narrative. Not necessarily promiscuous but does love a good conversation!
If Zukra receives drishti of Budha = similar but slightly less chatty effect.
file update: 01-Sep-2018
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