Brihaspati occupies 9th-from-Chandra
OM graam greem graum sah gurve namah
Brihaspati * Devapati
Dharma-sthana * Marga-daya
Ju-piter * Dyaus-pitr
Dio-petous * Dies Pater* De-us
Ze-us * Xenios
Enlil * Marduk * Her-wepes-tawy
Iuppiter * Jove * Thor
the ninth house
Multiple doctrines * multiple philosophies * multiple theories * multiple worldviews
growth and expansion of ideology, doctrine, sacred knowledge, priestly roles
many father-figures * plurality of preachings
Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva with 1000 arms. Guanyin Nunnery, Anhui province, China
Guru-Mesha [svabhava] [karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, indoctrinators] [many beliefs about innovation] [multiple pioneering inspirational doctrines] [several energetic, optimistic father-figures]
[multiple doctrines of culture] [growth of ancestral philosophical understanding]
Guru-Kanya [svabhava] [karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, indoctrinators] [multiple ministering father-figures] [broad argument about diverse doctrines] [faith-based service ministries] [hypocritical father]
Guru-Vrishchika [svabhava] [Hamsha Yoga] [lagnesha for Meena-Antya indriya-lagna] [karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, indoctrinators] [multiple secretive father-figures] [many tantric doctrines] [broadly inclusive occult understanding]
Guru-Dhanus [svakshetra] [svabhava] [mūlatrikoṇa = Mula ] [karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, indoctrinators] [many preaching father-figures] [multiple inspirational theories] [expansive doctrinal view] [vyaya-pati-12 for Mesha indriya-lagna = privately guided understanding in a public guidance role]
Guru-Makara [nīcha] [svabhava] [multiple hierarchical father-figures]
[expanded networks of believers ] [multiple economically-linked father-figures] [many teaching roles]
Professor, priest, preacher, proselyte, pater-noster.
Multiplicity of sacred doctrines
Guru-9 = karaka for understanding a plurality of dogmas and teachings via add-on supplementation (not exclusive conversion)
Many religions, multiple doctrines
From bhava-9, Brihaspati casts auspicious, expansive, permissive drishti upon domains 1-3-5 from radix lagna.
Thus are much helped, matters of
Generally Guru-9 busy people with many teaching, preaching, writing, doctrinal, and theory-related expansions
Benefits scholarship, professorship, ambassadorship, and high-priesthood --- but gives karako bhavo nashto for an over-confident or self-righteous father.
One is oneself perceived as a father-figure
Global, humanistic, international life perspective.
Charitable outreach and humanistic worldview may support community activism
Cannot limit perception to a parochial range, at least not for very long.
Expands in a similar way to the father
Big thinkers with positive dreams for the world.
Adores children -- though, ironically, one may not be able to spend much time with children due to global humanistic duties.
generosity and expansion .
Can Guru be a malefic in Bhava-9? Yes, sometimes!
Because humility forms the basis of true confidence (con-fides = with-faith) too much personal certainty can cause a type of dogmatic obesity wherein the native is grossly over-indoctrinated and rather unbearably certain of some limited version of the Truth.
This condition helps build the career of a preacher, proselytizer, preacher, or multi-level marketer. But it is, ultimately, a barrier to faith.
Guru-Makara ideological materialism, class-conscious guru, father overly concerned with status, over-expanded religious rules, artificial public devotions.
In a rashi of Budha, all talk and little understanding.
Abundant wealth and fame when Guru = svakshetra or uttama with a strong lord.
Unfortunately, if Guru is not well disposed, the native may become a poseur or false priest. Poorly placed Guru may gives pretensions to empire. One may suffer a confusion of entitlements through mistaking material power for spiritual wisdom.
In a wifely nativity, the husbandly-companion dhava-karaka = Guru
Guru-9 = 6th-from-4th = the husband's behavior is often perceived as adversarial to one' home cultural roots and routines.
Often, the wife meets her life partner in an international, doctrinal, theoretical, or philosophical setting such as a teaching-preaching environment, a temple or university, or a discussion about political philosophy or paradigms of belief.
The partner's identification with principles of belief, religious convictions, catachism, universities, temples, and sacred principles is important to her, and the prestige of partner's wise-man, priestly, ceremonial or teaching roles may form the basis of the union
Often the husband is some sort of professor, preacher or priest; or perhaps a politician, dramatist, or gambler; or perhaps a patron of charitable or philosophical concerns. Psychologically, the first marriage may be a required learning experience for the wifely-companion to complete a curriculum regarding her own father.
Karako bhavo nashto
Both the first husband and the father may be significantly over-confident.
When Guru occupies bhava-9 the karako bhavo nashto condition will affect both the spouse and the father of the female.
These two figures are both somewhat bombastic, preachy or overbearing, and often over-entitled due to exaggerated self-importance gained through holding material assets. Nevertheless, they are gainful and the family is well positioned socially.
Regardless of the external success or failure of the union, the feminine-figure may retain a confidence in established belief systems and an awareness of their importance in her life.
drishti from Guru-8 enters 1-3-5, expanding the belief-narrative into the personality (1) the communications patterns (3) and the center-stage roles (5) including children and politics
Brihaspati is a multiplier; Guru-9 suggests numerous fathers. Often one or more step-fathers, perhaps the natural father becomes unavailable and one is raised by the grandfather or father's brother, or perhaps one receives a spiritual father (priest, guide, counselor).
Guru-9 can generate self-righteous in matters of belief which suggests that both father and guru presume to have philosophical authority.
Father-figures may tend to have an inflated sense of the importance of their own convictions.
Yet, Guru-9 is deeply generous by nature. Often expands the personality into a social role as professor or priest, in some guise not always doctrinal but generally always a presumptive philosopher.
QUOTATION -- BPHS Chap 20, effects of Dharmabhava
"One will be extremely affluent, should Guru be in Dharma Bhava
Catedral de Santo-Iago (Cathedral of Saint James) * Sant-iago, Espana
|Career during Vimshottari Dasha periods of a graha located in bhava-9.||
There are many beneficial effects from graha located in dharmasthana-9 including expansion of humanistic perspective, global awareness, and contact with wisdom-figures.
Nevertheless, the 10th-from-9 = bhava-6 indicating disharmony and ailment.
As a result, there may be a temporary experience of conflict in leadership roles, ailments related to job performance, unfair agreements, loss of contract, dissolution of equity, accusations, pollution, or other 6-related phenomena according to the rashi of 6 and any graha residing in 6.
If the karmesha occupies rogasthana-6, the professional life remains robust, but the career duties tend to emphasize injury, indebtedness, exploitation, or toxicity, inter alia.
Careers in labor relations, social work, medicine, and other ministries of service are usually enhanced by the 6th-angle because these professional are already dedicated to service of the hurting. Their collegial relationship may temporarily suffer somewhat but the overall mission is stable.
"very good for religion. ... attracted to rituals, observances, study of scripture and good association with others into these things.
good for fame and prosperity... will visit sacred places, be charming, happy, skilled, perform sacrifice, and receive divine knowledge .
You revere the saintly persons and say your prayers.
You may end up an ascetic, virtuous, learned, observing fasts.
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