Kuja occupies 6th-from-Chandra
"Experience has shown how deeply the seeds of war are planted by economic rivalry and social injustice. "
~~ POTUS-33 Trial and Hope 1884-1972 Harry Truman
"Even more intriguing to me is the karma of our health. Again, let me illustrate one or two kinds of connection.
~~ Eknath Easwaran, To Love Is to Know Me: The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living (Vol-3) 1993.
OM kram krim kraum sah bhaumaya namah
Kuja * Angara *Ang-ari-ka
Raktavarna * Bhauma * Bhumi
Ari-bhava * Ripu-daya
Roga-sthana * Sat-kona
Mars * Ars
Ares * Simud * Bahram * Gugulanna
Nergal * Heru-deshet
the sixth house
George and Dragon
Kalam-kari style (made-by-pen) - Krishna and Arjuna in battle
Mangala in bhava-6 * brother and brother-figures , with military and athletic personalities, with purported champions of causes, with competitive challenging males tend to express imbalanced, exploitive, blaming, accusing, often toxic, adversarial behaviors.
Mangala in bhava-6 = brother or peer-male may express victimization [being eaten] . Perhaps the fraternal figure is ill or addicted. Brother's aggressions produce broken trust, or brother works as a servant, or brothers are exploited, toxic, addicted, violated. Peer males in the life-script tend to be diseased, adversarial, litigious, and blaming. If compassionate, brotherly peer males may undertake medical-military service.
Much depends on Kuja's rashi, ruler, and incoming drishti.
Mangala-Mithunaya-6 intakes drishti of Shani-Kanya-9 (orthodoxy, criticism)
Competitive dominating sibling. Count from Chandra lagna to determine the sibling order.
Jealousy among the male competitors, who are struggling for alpha dominance. Often criminal, adversarial, toxic, or violent fighting. Following a considerable battle, Mangala-6 typically emerges as the champion.
Slaughter. Dominant champion in war.
Failure of trusting expectations toward comrades-in-arms [Mangala] . Competitive males may become devious exploiters, polluted in their motivation, and possibly criminal in their behavior. Nevertheless one triumphs because Mangala fights his enemies and Mangala wins by force.
Corrupt or unbalanced counsel from brothers and brother-figures, comrades-in-arms, soldiers, challengers, athletes, hunters, diggers, exploders, divers.
Positive implications: brother or brother-figure may be a health-care worker, criminal attorney, or dynamic social-services litigator, who wins in the lawcourt, or brother is dedicated to a ministry of humane service that requires vigorous action.
Kuja-6 provides beneficial results ince Mangala can produce the energy to conquer one's enemies (internal and external). Success in legal controversy, adversarial sport, and blood war.
Ailments, injuries, and inequities are generally met with a warrior's quest for domination and championship. Mangala-6 is considered to grant the vital empowerment to fight and win against one's enemies whether physical or financial, and this position does not indicate victimhood.
Crime performed by oneself or by one's brothers Some tendency toward petty thievery due to bhava-6 = loss of social agreement.
Mangala may steal (often inadvertently or unintentionally) weapons, explosives, steel implements, tools, competitive utilities.
Tendency to misappropriate or steal items related to competitions, hunting, winning, athletics, weaponry, engine parts, fuel, or implements of steel.
but energetic Professor Mangala overcomes adversaries
dynamic service toward the hopeless, the marginalized and exploited, the victim classes
animals, employees, and servants may fight or be very active, Yet, the Professor Mangala teaching via bhava-6 responds swiftly
ailments of the blood and muscles, but muscular exercise breaks through the imbalance-seeking-a-remedy
dynamic imbalance-seeking-a-remedy, contractual injustice, criminal accusation but aggressive attorneys can prevail
military action, natural advantage in war
disagreement, disavowal, divorce, distrust, and digestive disorders. Movement produces temporary rebalance, but movement is perpetually engaged and rest from the conflict is rare.
natural regulator of bhava-6 Professor Budha feels Neutral toward Kuja - however direct-action Kuja dislikes wordy Budha
Actions (yang Mangala) originate in the contract and alliance-crafting instincts (7)
Outgoing actions are targeted toward:
Mangala in 6 = mother's brothers
bhava-6 = 3rd-from-4th = siblings of the mother.
Mother's brothers = fairly financially privileged [Shukra].
Often a helpful placement. Mangala-6 can be a vigorous and successful crime-fighter and enemy of exploitation.
Competes vigorously within conditions of animosity, criticism, debt, and disease. Delivers the benefits via aggressive actions against these negative conditions.
Enemy of imbalance-seeking-a-remedy.
Excellent placement for those who Fight Injustice
Professor Mangala teaching via bhava-6 engages one's own quota of conflict in this life toward productive use in the battle against ignorance, poverty, crime, starvation, exploitation, disenfranchisement, illiteracy, prejudice, and environmental pollution.
One wins the fight against health imbalance-seeking-a-remedy; a physically healthy person.
Often a profession dealing with international trade, debt finance, crime, medicine, other energized management of social conflicts.
Excellent for military, ministries of service to the victim class, and public health officials.
Professor Mangala teaching via bhava-6 spends time and energy engaged in conflict, but ultimately if Kuja is benevolent, one will win the conflict.
A malefic graha in a malefic Bhava will generally produce favorable results in matters of animosity and accusation, as one may have strong energy to triumph over enemies. E.g., if Mangala uchcha, one positive outcome of the Kuja in the maha-dushthamsha might be a highly successful business in attacking large-scale poverty and debt.
Kuja in bhava-6 may also strain relationships with the mother's siblings (3rd-from-4th)
and potentially harm one's physical health via overactivity or overwork. However, Typically, the activity of Kuja benefits the digestive system (6) by moving the blood.
Mangala in Ari-bhava indicates disagreement. Active fighting particularly with employees or servants; however, one tends to (ultimately) win the battle after repeated efforts.
An excellent placement for physicians and military; and for social-change activists fighting against exploitation and social imbalance-seeking-a-remedy Ironically, anti-war activists also prosper with this placement of Mars.
25% Kuja dosha toward the third marriage (11). Dynamic imagination (12) excellent for solving crimes. Athletic and aggressive Kuja drishti to (1) favors military, police, other physical intervention professionals.
Karaka for death by digestive disease, by iatrogenic disease; by poisoning; or in the presence of police, or near one's enemies.
A papa-graha in dusthamsha generally produces favorable results; However, the means and methods of any graha in 6 include illness, exploitation and sufferings.
Kuja is helpful in conflicted bhava-6, where He injects a competitive pugnacious energy that fights off enemies and His constant movement never rests in pursuit of domination.
A splendid placement for military professions
energizing aid to medical and social-service careers that require engagement with violent or invasive methods and means.
The behavior is highly confrontational and argumentative but never vanquished. In rashi of Budha, one will argue a logical point to the conclusion. In other rashi, persistently and proactively engaged in conflict whether verbal, physical, litigious, marital, or social.
|Hostility from Brothers||
One may feel victimized (6) or wronged
| ENERGY AND INTENSITY
Everything Is Workable: A Zen Approach to Conflict Resolution
by Diane Musho Hamilton, p. 37
|"When we feel threatened, the bodily sensations are certainly intense but also exciting. In other words, our nervous system and all other bodily systems are activated, and energy courses through us.
Just think about how energizing it is when a fight or an argument breaks out.
There is a moment of satori. Our attention is heightened, our senses open up, and we focus with remarkable precision on the here and now.
Our eyes, ears, and mind are alert and fully present to what is happening. We may not think of it this way, but conflict wakes us up, even as we prepare to run away."
From bhava-6, Mangala casts Graha-Drishti :
100% 4th drishti to dharma bhava is productive in the svabhava of friendly Guru.
25% 7th drishti to vyaya bhava is productive in the svabhava of friendly Guru.
100% 8th drishti to radix lagna is productive in the svabhava of Mangala.
QUOTATION Das / Behari commentary:
Professor Mangala teaching in classroom-6
"Weakened health through overworking is an effect of Mars... in the sixth house
"... considered helpful; it has a great destructive force which enables you to transcend all sorts of difficulties (it destroys the difficulties represented by the 6th Bhava such as disease and debts).
... induces a great deal of physical activity;
events may happen so fast and from such unexpected quarters that you may find yourself in a whirlwind, both physically and mentally.
You are brainy and prosperous, but this placement is not favorable for the maternal uncles .
You may lose wealth; but accumulate it again.
bhava-6 represents those of lower rank relative to the native, such as servants. For humans, aristhana represents all creatures of the second-density kingdom, including animals and plants ++ elements of the first-density mineral kingdom.
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