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  1. Budha in bhava-1 [dik-bala]
  2. Budha in bhava-2
  3. Budha in bhava-3 [svabhava]
  4. Budha in bhava-4
  5. Budha in bhava-5
  6. Budha in bhava-6 [svabhava]
  7. Budha in bhava-7
  8. Budha in bhava-8
  9. Budha in bhava-9
  10. Budha in bhava-10
  11. Budha in bhava-11
  12. Budha in bhava-12

  1. Budha-Mesha
  2. Budha-Urisha
  3. Budha-Mithunaya [svakshetra]
  4. Budha-Karkata
  5. Budha-Simha
  6. Budha-Kanya [uchcha] [svakshetra] [mūlatrikoṇa if within 16-20 deg]
  7. Budha-Tula
  8. Budha-Vṛścika
  9. Budha-Dhanus
  10. Budha-Makara
  11. Budha-Kumbha
  12. Budha-Meena [16-20 nīcha]


OM hrim krom aim grhanathaya budhaya svaha

Professor Budha

Parya * Parthya * Pana * Paranaya


Smarga * sMargara * sMarjari


resides in


Vanika * Thauli

Mercury the Merchant

Hermes * Thoth

Merx * Mark * Merch

sMargara * Marjali

Enki * Nabu * Sabgu


Libretis * Balans

articulatory communication seeking balanced terms of agreement

arranged cunning * kenning



Public Figures

Budha in bhava-1 [Budha for Tula nativity] [dik-bala]

[believing dharmesha for Tula indriya-lagna] [retreating vyaya-pati for Tula indriya-lagna]

[narrative of balanced physical vitality]


Budha in bhava-2 [energetic lagnesha for Kanya indriya-lagna] [dutiful karmesha for Kanya indriya-lagna] narrative of values-fulfillment, natural resources


Budha in bhava-3 [svabhava] [detailed trade communications] [reports on negotiations]


Budha in bhava-4 * narrative of cultural roots * skillfully describes parochial routines


Budha in bhava-5 [energizing lagnesha for Mithuna indriya-lagna] narrative of drama, politics, creativity

Budha in bhava-6 [svabhava] narrative of argument, accusation, bribery, pollution

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

Budha in bhava-8 * 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 [Sarala Yoga] [imaginative narrative of private diplomacy] [invisible detailed deal-making]


humorist Mark Twain

philosopher of social history Michel Foucault

Budha = dharmesha-9 +ruler-of-12 from Thula

  • Good for talking and writing about temple and university life.

  • May be an exponent of religious behaviors such as philosophical reflection, meditation-prayer, and ritual worship.

Depends on disposition of Shukra.

Polite, negotiating, sometimes ironic speech style. Fair, balanced, equitable, agreement-seeking messaging method.

  • USA Sen-NY, Secy State 1947- Hillary Clinton + [nīcha-Surya-yuti-Shukra] excelled in the role of USA Secretary of State due to her polite but firm style of conversation.

  • POTUS-46 Pandemic 1942- Joe Biden [Kuja-yuti-Budha] lifetime Senate career, legendary ability to drive home the deal

One's true feelings on the matter will depend on the disposition of Chandra.

Special sensitivity to maintenance of social harmony and design.

Uses a vocabulary of agreement, contract, pairings, exchanges, balance and relationships .

A natural and successful negotiator in matters both public and personal, if Shukra is strong.

  • POTUS-pair-02 Letters 1744-1818 Abigail Adams [Guru-yuti-Budha] = [Guru-3 kahala-parivartamsha Shukra-5]. There were tight customary restrictions on women's public life during her life in late 1700's colonial Euro-America. Yet, the highly literate and philosophically reflective AA enjoyed considerable influence , via her political marriage = Shukra-5 + her astonishing literary productivity. Via her literary correspondence with the important figures of her day, Abigail Adams helped to shape of the principles and policies of the revolutionary American Republic.

  • Notably, diplomatically skilled AA was able to resolve the continuous friction between two fragile-ego competitive leader-males: her husband POTUS-02 Thoughts on Government 1735-1826 John Adams and his mortal adversary, the devious and occasionally slanderous POTUS-03 Declaration of Independence 1743-1826 Thomas Jefferson .

Likes to think about contracts, agreements, alliances, balance; negotiations, law courts, legal remedies and conflict resolution; marriage, sexual relationships; crime-and-punishment, truth-and-consequences, Any type of paired, partnered, balanced activity.

Budha in bhava-3 = writing, conversations, documentation, commerce

  • POTUS-pair-02 Letters 1744-1818 Abigail Adams wrote historically important literary correspondence [3] interlinking many prominent American revolutionary leaders. Her letters had a pronounced impact on the thinking of an entire generation of post-colonial leaders. During her overseas diplomatic assignments with her husband John Adams, AA stayed in touch with her children and kinfolk via almost daily letters that travelled via trans-Atlantic packet-ship. Later historical studies of her writing show that her ideas influenced many via her ability to describe [Budha] a balanced viewpoint [Tula] on the extremely volatile and contentious Revolutionary scene. Especially important for future goverance would be her extensive letters to her son, POTUS-06 American System 1767-1868 John Quincy Adams

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