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OM hrim krom aim grhanathaya budhaya svaha

Professor Budha

Parya * Parthya * Pana * Paranaya


Smarga * sMargara * sMarjari




Meza * Kriya * Arya * Oriya

Mercury the Merchant

Hermes * Thoth

Merx * Mark * Merch

sMargara * sMarjali * Marketa

Enki * Nabu * Sabgu

Neba * Borsippa

resides in


Arietis * Aries * Avinas * Belier * Ram

repetitive-competitive banter

motivated cunning * kenning


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Public Figures

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


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

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

Budha in bhava-4 * narrative of parents, homeland, roots, routine, ritual *

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


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


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


Budha in bhava-8 * Kanya lagnesha * narrative of mysteries, unexpected force, sudden change

Budha in bhava-9 narrative of the father-figure, the guru-figure, the catechism, the doctrine

Budha in bhava-10 narrative of leadership, responsibility, maintenance of the social order


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

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


trans-Actions of competition and conquest

Proactive, competitive Meza is not an auspicious rashi for dithering, dualistic Budha

less benevolent L-3 + rogesha-6 from Mesha lagna and randhresha-8 / Vriddhi-pati-11 from Vrizchika lagna makes Professor Budha a generally adversarial agent in the worlds supervised by Professor Mangala.

Communication style = simple, forceful, muscular, blunt, vital, lively, moving, athletic, warlike, hunting, hot-blooded, pursuing, competitive, targeted, direct.

Slogans and jargon

Not unintelligent, but a tolerance for mental complexity is lacking. Splendid placement for the crafting of slogans and punch-line phrasing. Good at writing "hooks " for popular songs and expert in "sports talk" simple repetitive-competitive jargon .

Speaks in a challenging style and with strong effect. However, when delicacy of expression or nuanced phrasing is needed, Budha-Mesha may fail.

Outcome of the articulatory functions ruled by Budha depends largely on disposition of Mars in the nativity.

Incoming drishti or association with enemy Mangala can over-stimulate Budha-Mesha 's thinking process resulting in a restless and adversarial, even predatory, communicative style.

Tends toward fast, aggressive or straightforward speech.. Takes the initiative in verbal interchange. Argumentative and hot-tempered if with Mesha Moon.

  • Prefers the vocabulary of conquest, competition, warriorship, and athletic sport.


Budha-Meza is particularly well suited to environments where a dominating, confrontational style is an asset.

  • Newspapers 1863-1951 plutocrat William Randolph Hearst * uttama-Surya-yuti-Budha * Budha-4 parivartamsha Mangala-6 * Notoriously and ruthlessly competitive. Hearst would stop at nothing to out-do his main enemy (6) the equally notorious yellow journalist William Pulitzer. Fueled by the self-reflexive uttama-Surya-4, Hearst tried to dominate everyone in the political world, including other plutocrats and USA presidents

Winning at Games

To win praise, win attention, or just to win = Budha-Meza's communicative goal. If competitive Kuja is associated with production of polarizing catalysis, the outcome may appear as selfish or addicted to the limelight.

  • Syriana 1961- drama-activist George Clooney * Budha-yuti-Surya-uttama * winner of many prizes and awards, including recognition for his ability to portray conflict. In addition Mr. Clooney is a vigorous social activist specializing in murderous blood-feud conflicts in Darfur. Meza blood, Budha words.

  • POTUS-35 Profiles in Courage 1917-1963 John F. Kennedy * Kuja-yuti-Budha-9 * Budha-9 pitristhana indicates the underlying competitive, dominating narrative of the father which is delivered into material fruition by the son

When Budha-Mesha rules good houses or hosts a good planetary tenant, these natives gravitate toward super-competitive financial, athletic, military, and political and theatrical contests. They articulate in a clear and forceful manner.

Likes to discuss topics of:

competition, hunting, male dominance, athletic achievement, primacy, warfare, sexual conquest, blood sport, heroism, individual uniqueness, self-sufficiency, supremacy, prize-winning, originality, novelty, the physical body, birth.

  • UK-PM Global Alliance 1953- Tony Blair * uttama-Surya-yuti-Budha-12. Talks, gestures, and writes about invisible negotiations with foreign interests (12).

In bhava-6 Mesha = intoxication and youthful vitality combined.

Often a practitioner of both addictive substance-abuse behavior and vigorous exercise.

The inner argument claims that sporting physical activity balances out the unhealthy effects of the habitually imbibed toxin.

One may appear quite athletic during the descent into disease, as the addiction takes its invisible toll under camouflage of a ruddy robustness.


~~ Saravali, Ch 26, 1-2

"If Mercury is in Aries at the time of one's birth, Budha-Mesha will be

  • fond of battles
  • (be uncompromising),
  • be very learned,
  • wicked, emaciated,
  • interested in music and dance,
  • be untruthful,
  • be attached to sexual pleasures,
  • be a writer,
  • will produce fictitious things,
  • will eat much,
  • will lose hard-earned money,
  • will incur debts and imprisonment frequently
  • and will be sometimes fickle minded and yet sometimes firm in disposition."

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