Brihaspati occupies 10th-from-Chandra
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Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi
Mana-sthana * Karma-daya
Ju-piter * Dyaus-Pitr
Dio-petous * Dies Pater* De-us
Ze-us * Xenios
Enlil * Marduk * Her-wepes-tawy
Iuppiter * Jove * Thor
the tenth house
paternalism * philosophical leadership
growth and expansion of the public reputation
much duty, many responsibilities, abundance of honor and respect
Buddhist Stupa and National Shrine in Vientiane, Laos
Taung Kalat Temple near Mount Popa volcano in central Burma * Myanmar
Guru-Mesha * many visible innovative, champion roles
Guru-Urisha * many visible values-conserving roles
Guru-Mithunaya * many visible commercial, messaging roles
Guru-Simha * many visible celebrity, political roles
Guru-Tula * many visible balancing, bargaining roles
Guru-Vrishchika * many visible occult, mysterious roles
Guru-Makara [nīcha] many visible governance duties, much ideological regulatory obligation
Guru-Kumbha * many visible networked, socially-linked roles
10 svabhava of social-ordering Shani
Careers in Divinity and Doctrine, philosophy, university governance, cultural restructuring, public education, global affairs
traditionalists rather than innovators in matters of sacred doctrine , while typically generous and inclusive humanists in personal charitable practice
Positive graha in bhava-10 = uplifted public reputation. Long-lasting public interest in the life-doings of personality with Guru-10 .
One becomes a recognized figure in the panorama of one's region, country, culture.
In bhava-10, Guru-Mithunaya suggests governance via broad scope of information distribution, via broadcast media, via propaganda
More conservative doctrinal views mixed with sincere desire for improved government and socially progressive leadership. Expresses expansion and inclusiveness in the governing or publicly symbolic style. Handles public attention with aplomb.
Guru's exuberance = toned-down in bhava-10 , where the business of public social ranking and institutional governance is gets philosophized and somewhat un-structured under the influence of inclusive Brihaspati. Still, if other 10th-related factors are favorable (notably karmesha and lord of 10th navamsha) the professional career benefits from wide-vista, bright visibility of 10.
Professor Guru can produce stressful conflict for Tula nativities, Yet, he also facilitates publication, promotional advertising, media-messaging information, announcements, and every type of cohort-ensemble production. Much depends on Guru's location by bhava and His drishti upon other graha.
Brihaspati being 3-6 lord for Tula indriya-lagna, [uchcha] Guru-Karkata in bhava-10 is characteristically restless and argumentative.
Yet Guru-10 may bring the Thula native into high-visibility roles. If Chandra is strong, one may hold broadly recognized social positions.
Much exposure to public inquiry. Guru-10 represents a well-known and generally respected public figure.
Part of the respectability profile is affiliation with a catechism of sacred doctrine that is inclusive in nature. (But naturally if Guru is impeded by Shani or deranged by Ketu, the inclusivity may be overwhelmed by the agenda of the other graha)
The public may believe that Guru-10 knows more than one really does, but Guru-10 is happy to sustain the public's faith in their iconic wisdom. One meets the public queries with a confident smile.
From bhava-10, the drishti of Brihaspati extends to bhava-2, bhava-4, and bhava-6. Benefits stored wealth, accumulation of lands and properties, access to education, and access to medicines.
As 11th-from-12th, bhava-10 provides gains from foreign travel, meditation, private imagination , and loss of individual ego-membrane identity.
Female's partner karaka = Guru
Often, the feminine nativity meets her life partner in a public leadership setting. The partner's identification with social responsibility and symbolic role modeling is important to her, and the partner's ability to maintain public dignity may form the basis of the union.
Regardless of the external circumstances of the union, the female generally retains respect for the scope and influence of the duties performed by the spouse.
A teacher-preacher with high public visibility .
Respected (10) for the breadth of one's wisdom [Guru].
The inspirational educational [Guru] style may vary according to the governing rules, the philosophies, the culture and the technology, but regardless of the details this person has a wise top-down perspective .
Due to the honor accrued to knowledgeable teachers, high social regard toward one's wisdom lineage can hold the public's respectful attention.
Generous in public service. Less prone to me-first thinking so one may not solicit all the accolades.
May however expect some problems related to the discomfort of government forces with higher truths.
Guru = natural lord of dharma bhava = the dissolving, draining 12th from 10. Government (10) is a conservative and often punitive agency.
Guru's expansive, inclusive, generous approach to education and philosophical truth can trigger a conservative backlash.
"an inner ideal. ... free to pursue what you believe in.
You may be more traditionally religious rather than esoteric.
Versatile, flourishing, success from the beginning, reputed, happy, rich, famous, blessed with friends and conveyance. ... chance of danger in the 34th year....
You are religious.
You gain through the spouse, social life, business.
At times in your life you will get good positions. ... the kind of person who surrounds yourself with religion and a nice house.
file update = 14-May-2021
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