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Graha * Bhava * Amsha * Rashi


Chandra-Tula * comforted by ritual negotiation of agreements * sensitive to balance * needs to trade

Chandra-Tula matched with 12 lagna



  1. Mesha-Arya
  2. Vrishabha-Urisha
  3. Mithunaya-Dvamdva
  4. Karkata-Kadaga
  5. Simha-Leya
  6. Kanya-Parthya
  7. Tula-Vanika
  8. Vṛścika-Thriketta
  9. Dhanus-Haya
  10. Makara-Draco
  11. Kumbha-Ghata
  12. Meena-Antya


Tula rashi contains three nakshatra

  1. Chitra-Spica * Tvastri * pada 3-4
  2. Svatika-Arcturus * Vayu Arcturus * pada 1-2-3-4
  3. Viśākha-Rādhā * Bishaja * Radha * pada 1-2-3

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OM shum shukraya namah

OM dram drim draum sah shukraya namah


OM sri ram dasrathaye namah

OM tatva niranjnaya tarakaramaya namaha


तुल

tula

Thula * Thauli

Vanika * Vanikpatha

पण् [bargain] Pannika

Yugya


The Traders + the Trade Routes

the balance

counterweights

being equal

hhomeostasis

compromise

agreement

settlement

harmonizing, equity, adjustment, accommodation

equal weight, equal value

Fair * Pair * in the Air


Libra

Libretis

Zugos

Vesyi * Vahy * Vaga

Balanta

Terazi

Moznaim * al-Miizaan


equilibrium

razi names in numerous languages

mastery is balance


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Emperor Jahangir weighing his son Prince Khurram

Featuring young Shah Jahan in gold in 1607

from Tuzk-e-Jahangiri (Jahangirnama) by Manohar circa 1615 CE

Regional Names for Tula

  • Tula * Tulya * Tulha * Thula
  • Tauli * Thauli
  • Dhata
  • Vaanija * Vanikpatha * Vanik (trader)
  • Yugya * Juuka

  • Zigos , Zugos

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The constellation of Libra from Richard Dibon-Smith

nakshatra names in red by BP Lama

Chitra-Spica * Tvastri * Spica + Svatika-Arcturus Arcturus + Viśākha-Rādhā Radha

Parashara says:

"[They] grow tall with age and have a well proportioned body.

  • Their limbs are slender but strong.

  • Their appearance is graceful and attractive.

  • They get bald in adult age

  • Their nose is like that of a parrot.

  • the natives of this lagna are level headed .

  • They weigh the merits and demerits of a subject and then express their decision.

  • They are constructive critics.

They are reasonable and just.

  • They are also modest, refined and gentle.

  • They love happy and harmonious life.

They want peace at all costs.

  • They seldom lose their temper.

  • They like changes in their life and environment.

  • They are popular and have a spirit of sacrifice in them.

They have fertile imagination, correct intuition , brilliant intellect and pleasant nature.

  • They are fond of good things and comforts.

  • Their domestic and married life is generally happy.

  • They love their home, family and property. "

Properties of Tula rashi

BPHS Chapter 4: 15-16

"Tula is a Seershodaya Rashi , rising with its head

  • Tula is strong in daytime.

  • It is black in complexion and is predominant with Rajo-Guna.

  • It relates to the western direction and resorts to land.

  • It is destructive, or mischievous (‘Dhatin').

  • It represents Shudra, or the 4th Varna.

  • It has a medium build physique and is a biped Rashi.

Its lord is Shukra. "

public figures


Tula-Vanika radical lagna specializes in partnership and pairings, yoga, equity, balancing, deal-making, match-making, and mutual agreement.

Scrupulously polite, as a rule.

  • If Chitra-Spica nakshatra marks the eastern horizon, Mangala's influence produces forceful, incisive contract-making. One has an architectural style, aimed toward building of an edifice of alliances. Physicalized.

  • If Svatika-Arcturus is the rising nakshatra, Rahu's influence produces a passionate expression of feeling in public roles, with a willingness to take risks for potential gain. Zeal for making agreements with those outside one's own group. Risk-rewarding.

  • If Viśākha-Rādhā nakshatra forms the radical lagna, Guru's influence supports the development of multiple alliances. Often concerned with doctrine and matters of global humanism. May represent numerous and diverse constituencies. Shockingly wide-scope.


Chitra-Spica * Tula portion = Pada-3-4 *

Mangala's mūlatrikoṇa = Mesha bhava-7 = Diplomacy, bargaining, brokerage, deal-making, contracts, design, *arrangements *, agreements, exchange, peerage * parťage, parity, partnership, equity, equanimity, equability, equation, marriage, balance, grace

***


Svatika-Arcturus * pada 1-2-3-4 *

regulated by Risk-taking, Privilege-seeking Rahu

Rahu's mūlatrikoṇa = Kumbha bhava-5 = performing arts, theatre, delightful children, literary genius , fashion, politics, celebrity , royalty, romance, poetry, amusements, charismatic glamour

Svatika = risk-takers, often found in government diplomacy, politics and drama; religiously or philosophically moralistic albeit with a slightly arrhythmic, slightly unorthodox style of swinging out to form alliances with other traditions [Rahu].

***


Viśākha-Rādhā

Tula portion * Pada- 1-2-3

Guru's mūlatrikoṇa = Dhanus 3rd counted from Tula

writing , hand-craft, tools, technology, touring, meetings, conferences, printing, photographs, scripts. reports, announcements, advertising, publication, instruction, media-messaging, cinema, work-group, collaboration, conference, entourage, ensemble performance, equipe, commercial business, strategic and tactical planning, frequent travel, tours, promotions, organizers, evangelism

***

  • POTUS-18 Civil War 1822-1885 Ulysses S. Grant * USA Civil War, famed autobiography

  • Bello Gallico 100-44 BCE Julius Caesar * Gallic Wars, Civil Wars, famed autobiography

  • Italy-Dictator 1883-1945 Fascist Benito Mussolini * policy documents, autobiography

  • China-Dictator 1893-1976 Mao Zedong

  • existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre

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QUOTATION = Das/ Behari comment on Tula indriya-lagna



"A Libra Ascendant usually bestows a long face, an attractive appearance, tender eyes, and sparsely set teeth.

  • You are generally above average height, lean and thin.

  • Mentally, you are disorganized, emotionally unstable, and socially unbalanced.

  • You are extravagant, generous, helpful and simple at heart.

  • You crave social contact and the assurance that other people need you.

You are also subject to contradictory thoughts and actions;

  • you are fond of justice and law but easily irritated.


Your friends and benefactors tend to be well-placed individuals,

  • but you can also associate with dishonest people who, unfortunately, stick with you for years.

Physically you appear strong and healthy

  • but you may secretly suffer from diseases relating to the loins and kidneys,

  • and should take precaution against urinary tract infections.

You may have a strong desire for artistic achievement but fail to actualize it.


Saturn is a very powerful planet for you.

Jupiter is also very good.

Fond of helping the lowly, and so much so that you may use base acts to achieve your goals.

You respect spiritual leaders because you respect principle centered persons,

but you are often too driven to stick strictly to principles yourself,

but would rather see to it that the objective gets carried out."

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General Traits

Tula in radix Lagna = Chandra in Tula



Tula is a chara "initiating" Other-oriented, mutual-benefit, always-bargaining environment which enforces the yogic discipline of availability, awareness and response to the partners.


Career * profession public reputation vocation

Although the 10th navamsha must be considered in any profile of career, it can be said generally that Tula nativities tend toward careers that match Karkata themes of security, shelter, stability, schooling, rhythmic undulation , nourishment, rootedness, caretaking, protection, parenting, and all things maritime.

Also, due to the [Yogakaraka] role of bandesha-4 and vidya-pati-5 Shani, a career in education is well-supported. Shani's bhava and rashi influence the specialization of the type of school, its students, and associated scholarship of the native.

As planetary patron of 4 and 2nd-from-4, Shani contributes expertise in matters of foundation culture (4) and related topics of foundational language, song, speech (2nd-from). In addition Shani confers lineage treasury of the root culture, including linguistic values, moral values, aesthetic values, and financial values. Naturally, Professor Shani prefers to confer these culturally-determined, received values in a strict, unchanging manner.

It cannot be overemphasized that the 10th navamsha and the role of the ruler of the 10th navamsha within the radix are also leading predictors. The factors of career must be synthesized to produce a prediction.

Nevertheless, a broad tendency for Tula-born is to establish [Chandra] careers in foundational, grounding, protectionist areas of social order (10).

Careers in Chandra related industry are most probable for the Tula nativity. It is important to assess the rashi-bhava-drishti situation of Professor Chandra to fine-tune any predictions.

Chandra-ruled karma-sthana may favor careers in schooling from adult to child * with some preference for adolescents (5) adults due to yogakaraka Shani. Tula folk can be influential educational leaders and are often found governing culturally-responsive school hierarchies.

Tula nativities also lead in Chandra-related fields such as housing, real-estate, building construction, transportation of land and sea, shipping and oceans, environmental protection, and the institutional governance of these sectors.

  • UK-Princess Royal 1950- equestrienne Anne Laurence * patroness of innumerable educational and child-protective charities

Chandra also concerns all matters of shelter, protection and defense, policing of boundaries, maintenance of the root-culture, agriculture, fishing and farming, and other undertakings of a people in their place of settlement.

  • POTUS-18 Civil War 1822-1885 Ulysses S. Grant * defense of the settled peoples against the enemies of slavery and secession; originally a farmer. Only Tula-Visaka with its capacity for shock-healing could have succeeded in this horrible task.


The personality often displays a natural affinity for bargaining , arranging, mutually accommodating, deal-making, brokerage, negotiation, seeking balance of weights; parity, diplomacy; design

  • Contracts, promises, trust; agreements, alliances; law courts, legal remedies and conflict resolution
  • marriage, partnerships, pairings, equal participation; polarities, sexual relationships; satisfaction, equity; crime-and-punishment, truth-and-consequences; social justice

  • Any type of paired, partnered, fair, equitable, yoked-yoga, balanced phenomenon or activity.

  • Pairs of Equal Opposites , Polarities, Positive-Negative, Black-White, Self-Other, Subjective-Objective, Alpha-Omega

see also Tula Chandra

Recommended Jyotisha-ratna for Tula-lagna nativity

  • Panna = emerald for wise, imaginative Dharmesha-9 + ruler-of-12 Budha
  • Hira = diamond for physical vitality lagnesha-1 + occult randhresha-8 Shukra
  • Nilamani = blue sapphire for parenting bandesha-4 + creative intelligence vidya-pati-5 [Yogakaraka] Shani

Vocabulary for Tula



Tula

  • the sign Libra
  • to hold in or put on a balance, weigh, compare; a balance, weight, measure;
  • to be in a balance; be equal with
  • the balance as an ordeal
  • equal measure, equality, resemblance; to become equal to
  • to resemble any one or anything
  • a kind of beam in the roof of a house

DhaTa

  • A balance or the scale of a balance
  • ordeal by the balance
  • the sign of the zodiac Libra
  • old cloth or raiment
  • a piece of cloth worn over the privities

Vaanija

  • a merchant, trader
  • the zodiacal sign Libra
  • traffic, commerce
  • the submarine fire (supposed to be at the south-pole)

QUOTATION from

T. Subba Row. (1881)."The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac"

in Five Years Of Theosophy. George Robert Snow Mead (ed.). London. (1885, 1894).

"Mystical, Philosophical, Theosophical, Historical and Scientific Essays, Selected from "The Theosophist".

Available at www.gutenberg.org



"VII. Tula.

When represented by numbers according to the method above alluded to, this word will be converted into 36.

This sign, therefore, is evidently intended to represent the 36 Tatwams.

(The number of Tatwams is different according to the views of different philosophers

  • but by Sakteyas generally and by several of the ancient Rishis, such as Agastya, Dvrasa and Parasurama, etc.,

  • the number of Tatwams has been stated to be 36).

Jivatma differs from Paramatma, or to state the same thing in other words,

  • "Baddha" differs from Mukta in being encased as it were within these 36 Tatwams, while the other is free.

This sign prepares the way to earthly Adam to Nara.

As the emblem of Nara it is properly placed as the seventh sign.

(* As the Infinite differs from the Finite and the Unconditioned from the Conditioned.--Ed. Theos.)"

Tula rashi Guna

  • rago-guna = rajas , energetic action

Tula rashi Planetary Owner

  • Shukra * Venus

Tula rashi manushya group = humane, human-being (group of 3)

  1. Mithuna

  2. Kanya

  3. Tula

Tula rashi tattva * that-ness; element

  • vayu tattva = air or gassy element

Tula rashi belongs to zirshodaya = shirsho-daya group = head-first =

daya = presentation, delivery, or showing-portion

  1. Mithuna

  2. Simha

  3. Kanya

  4. Tula

  5. Vṛścika

  6. Kumbha-Ghata

Benefic Malefic

According to B.V. Raman, Three Hundred Important Combinations.

benefic:

  • Mangala (2 + 7),

  • Budha (9 + 12),

  • Shukra (1 + 8),

  • Shani (4 + 5)

malefic:

  • Surya (11),

  • Chandra (10),

  • Guru (3 + 6)

11th-from = Natural Friendship Community-Economy-Sahangha

Tula befriends Simha-05 types

  • kings and super-stars

  • queens (including 'drama-queens')

  • center-stage personalities

  • the Very Confident (including"cons ")

  • the charming and the charismatic

  • literati and glitterati

  • attention-getters; royalty, celebrities, politicians,

  • who receives acclaim and applause

  • the Entitled

  • Bright Dry Burning Red Ones

  • children;

  • persons of genius and creative intelligence,

  • literary genii and performance artists; the glamorous, the fashionable, the brilliant; idealists;

  • the dramatically oriented

  • those disconnected (12th-from) service work and medicine [Kanya];

  • leaders (10th-from) of secret empowerment and charismatic agents of sudden, forced-changes [Vṛścika]


If Surya = svakshetra, the Tula-born becomes very selective in the choice of friends and may consider only the truly brilliant ones as suitable company for voluntary association.



General Suitability of Gems for Tula indriya-lagna

Aid to three friends of Shukra

:Recommended Jyotisha-ratna Sacred Gems

  • Hira = diamond for lagnesha-1 lagnesha = physical vitality + randhresha-8 ability to"reinvent" the identity = rebalance in response to catastrophic change
  • Nilamani = blue sapphire for vidya-pati-5 bhagya creative, intelligent, child-generating confidence + bandesha-4 foundational security, shelter. Wear nilam ONLY during Shani bhukti
  • Panna = emerald = Dharmesha-9 wise, world-traveling Budha + ruler-of-12 meditation, clairsentience, prayer

  1. Surya ratna = generally, no. Surya a natural enemy of lagnesha Shukra = vriddhi-pati-11 . (There are some specific exceptions = see Surya below)

  2. Chandra ratna = no, because Chandra = karmesha-10 and does not rules any other house (exceptions may be prescribed for those carrying important leadership responsibilities)

  3. Mangala ratna = no, almost always, because maraka Mangala = dhanapati-2 + yuvati-pati-7

  4. Budha ratna = yes, because Budha = dharmesha-9 + ruler-of-12 (quite good for religious intellect)

  5. Guru ratna = almost always no, because Professor Guru = bhratru-pati-3 + rogesha-6

  6. Shukra ratna = probably yes, because lagnesha Shukra = lagnesha-1 + randhresha-8

  7. Shani ratna = Yes, because [Yogakaraka] Shani = bandesha-4 + Vidyapthi-5

  8. Rahu-ratna = unknown, depends on Rahu's ruler

  9. Ketu-ratna = unknown, depends on Ketu's lord

There are exceptions to all of these general rules.

Exceptions are caused by the position of Chandra, the active Vimshottari time lords, and one's personal goals inter alia.

Raja Yoga for Tula indriya-lagna = Tula Chandra + Shukra-Karkata

"An exchange of Rashi between Karma's Lord and Lagna-Lord will make the native associated with the king in a great manner."

~~ BPHS, Ch. 40, Sl. 13

"If the lord of the Lagna and the 10th exchange houses with each other then they form a Raja Yoga. They will confer high position, reputation and power."

~~ BPHS, Ch. 5, Shl. 41

Natural communities, friendship networks, and sangha

  • female Tula-born may have many male friends

Simha

  • befriends those who are in the center of power

  • royalty, celebrities, politicians, persons of genius and creative intelligence,

  • literary genii and performance artists;

  • males and father-figures; the father himself is a friend

  • the glamorous, charismatic, fashionable, and brilliant; idealists;

  • those less concerned with service work and medicine; children;

  • those who take center stage; the dramatically oriented

lagnesha Shukra

Identifies with Partners and Pleasures


Nativity = Tula indriya-lagna or Tula Chandra = strongly identified with peer relationships and fair agreements .

Barring damage to dhana-bhava or to the dhana-pati, most natives of Vrishabha and Tula become financially privileged and knowledgeable, over time.

One may be socially most comfortable in the advocate or peer-adviser role and in company of other match-makers and balancers, and may prefer the social environments of materially elegant, enriched, luxurious cultures.

Tula-born are typically very aesthetic, with an advanced sensitivity to balance in art and design. A highly developed Shukra when paired with [uchcha] Shani may become an extraordinary diplomat and agent of social justice .

For Tula indriya-lagna, the character, placement, drishti WRT gracious, acquisitive lagnesha Shukra will determine the conditions of social satisfaction.

Growth-Challenging Vimshottari Dasha calendar periods

for the Tula-born

  • measure from Tula radix lagna for social-material effects

  • measure from Tula Chandra lagna for psycho-emotional and spiritual effects


In general, the most growth-challenging life periods for any lagna occur during the Vimshottari dasha lordship of graha which rule no trikona in the nativity.

Easier bhukti-pati = Shukra, Shani, Budha

  • Shukra, Shani, and Budha rule domains 1, 5, 9 respectively.

  • No matter how much challenge from other factors such as difficult transits or the effect of the other non-trine bhava, there is always some positive compensation for the Tula-born during periods of Shukra, Shani, and Budha.

Even when some features of the life experience are growth-challenging due to evocation of the akashic-memory pattern of their non-trine bhava (8, 4, 12) the effects of their trikona will be rewarding enough that one will plod along with reasonable amounts of validation from society and spiritual hope.

Moderate Periods = Chandra, Surya

  • For Tula-born, periods Professor Chandra = karmesha-10 enjoy the special compensation of a distinguished public reputation despite a very heavy leadership workload.

  • Professor Surya Vriddhi-pati-11 while not a trikona pati does facilitate achievement of social-material goals and development of the conceptual and social network.

Difficult Periods = Guru, Mangala

  • for Tula, the inherently most difficult periods can be expected occur under the auspice of Professor Guru = vikrama-pati+rogesha-6 and maraka Professor Mangala dhanapati-2+yuvati-pati-7 .

  • Mangala bhukti have a certain compensatory power. dhanapati-2 can energize the Treasury (2) of cintamani * mani * money and knowledge. yuvati-pati-7 can energize the building of alliances, and connect the native to new advisers such as physicians, attorneys, brokers, etc. The negotiation skills are fueled and sharpened like a fierce warrior's sword. Nevertheless Mangala brings death. In the earlier years Mangala will be the agent of death for the mother, father, and other family members. In the later years, Mangala will provide the sharp scissor which cuts that silver cord linking the spirit into the flesh-body.

One of the reasons that Tula-born = significantly over-represented among the lagna of political leaders and captains of industry = the / personality / graha - Chandra karmesha-10 , Budha Dharmesha-9 , and Shukra lagnesha-1 === all serve as benevolent bhava-pati.

Tula-born are arrangers, negotiators and bargainers; they naturally seek to form alliances.

However, it is the remarkable [Yogakaraka] bandesha-4 + vidya-pati-5 Shani who yokes the house of upbringing and schooling (4) to the house of genius and personal intelligence (5).

The Tula-born tends very much to be a good student who is able to coordinate the old roots, folk customs and established cultural norms of one's own people (4) with the channeled divine intelligence often called 'genius'. Tula = thus good at games (5) especially politics(5) and also respectful [Shani]

Workplace leadership issues for the Tula-born

  • karmesha-10 Chandra activates natural bhava of Shani



Strict, punitive, lawful Shani sees tolerant, forgiving, emotional Chandra as an enemy.

  • karmesha-10 Parental Chandra activates karma-bhava

Despite their natural, protective kindness in leadership roles, the Tula-born may become associated with a soft, ineffective, inconsistent or overly feminized [Chandra] leadership style.

  • female Tula leaders face a particular challenge to overcome the public perception that Chandra's natural interest in the welfare of women, children and society's most vulnerable members is not a source of weakness but rather a source of civilized strength.

  • Weakness when manageable presents opportunities for growth.

Compensations:

Some Tula nativities contain powerful corrections to this Tula-lagna leadership disability.

On the plus side, L -10 Chandra = intensely emotionally patriotic. Tula's protection of homeland is perceived as a palpable emotion of devotion to the people and ethnic customs of the homeland is generally a trusted feature of their leadership regime.

Other compensations:

If Chandra is positioned at a favorable angle from karma-bhava, public leadership prospects are improved.

Chandra in bhava that are located 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 from karma-bhava are better suited

, for the Tula-born, Chandra-Tula, Chandra-Vṛścika, Chandra-Makara, Chandra-Meena, and Chandra-Mesha are better suited for leadership roles.

  • Chandra-Meena * comforted by ancestral guidance * settled into rhythmic intuition * needs contemplative sanctuary * in 9th-from-10th is better for leadership in academics.

  • Chandra-Mesha is especially strong after age-50 due to Shani = karmesha-10 from Chandra lagna.

there may be improved public appreciation of one's parental style during periods of Chandra in these locations.

However, even with the more favorable placements, Tula leaders may struggle to overcome emotional softness in order to appear strictly lawful in their professional social-ordering and regulatory roles.

Crazy-making opposite style workplace communication issues for the Tula-born:

Philosophical vs. Technical

  • vikrama-pati+rogesha-6 Guru activates natural bhava of Budha

  • Dharmesha-9 +ruler-of-12 Budha activates natural bhava of Guru


Wise, inclusive Guru sees argumentative, discriminating Budha as an enemy.

vikrama-pati+rogesha-6 Guru activates 2 natural bhava of Budha.

Guru substitutes philosophical long-view teaching behavior in Budha environments where short-term, superficial, technical collaboration is normally required.

Periods of Guru = problematic for Tula indriya-lagna folk. the native may become unpopular at work.

The Tula person tends to talk in terms of broad conceptual knowledge [Guru] when it is time to use short-term, pragmatic information [Budha]

The Tula person tends to go into teacher-preacher configuration [Guru] when the workplace situation calls for collaborative, twinning, cooperative behavior [Budha]

The natural worlds of Budha = commercial business, announcements and reports, short-term clinical assessment, accusative litigation, and normal daily exchange of trivial information. In Budha's realms, the Tula-born may give the impression of being a bossy know-it-all, straying off target, and creating mountains out of molehills.

rogesha-6 = the problematizer. Guru rogesha-6 produces a style of problematization (framing and describing a problem) that is often far too religious or moralistic for the mundane clinical environment of bhava-6.

Guru tries to solve daily problems from a higher philosophical perspective. Coworkers may feel that neither the staff nor the patients-clients-customers have time for philosophical rumination nor deep discussions upon the meaning of life.

They want to get in, get the process done, and get out. The Tula-born may be seen as an obstacle to efficient workflow in many cooperative workplace settings.

  • The workplace exception = pastoral counseling or other forms of human services ministry such as social work where it is understood that the client might benefit from a Guru-style compassionate outreach to the deeper meanings of life.

  • Yet, even in these more humanistic environments, there is often a caseload waiting for quick, superficial Budha-style processing. The Tula person who indulges in teaching [Guru] behaviors while employed in a technical [Budha] job may find oneself working a great deal of unpaid overtime.


Dharmesha-9 + ruler-of-12 Budha governs the two natural bhava of Guru.

  • No graha sees Guru as an enemy.

  • Detail-oriented, team-centered, chatty Budha sees broadly wise, teacher-centered, sermon-preacher Guru as neutral.

  • but broadly viewing, inclusive and comprehensive Professor Guru intensely dislikes the quick-witted, superficial young student Budha

Periods of Budha are less difficult overall due to the Kumara's auspice as dharma-pati

  • nevertheless somewhat stressful due to the fact that mentalized Budha has been tasked with revealing the true philosophy (dharma) which results in all the typical frustrations of putting the cart before the horse.

The ceremonially ritualized temple and university environment (9) and the reflectively imaginative and clairsentient private sanctuary environments (12) are NOT places that evoke natural teacher-preacher-believer behaviors.

  • Rather, in these holy places, Budha asserts a critical and analytical method of inquiry.

Budha imposes logical rules of evidence upon matters of religious belief [Guru]. Budha is unable to prima facie accept, without credible explanation , the efficacy of temple discourses nor accept"on faith" the guidance of dreams, imagination, meditation or clairsentient apprehension.

The two main problematics (endless argumentative loops)

generated by Budha when He encounters Guru's two bhava of religion =

  1. unquestioned or unquestionable doctrinal beliefs

  2. lack of transparency and accountability in the entitled priesthoods (including the civil religion's priesthood, such as judges)

Often the Tula -born experiences periods of Budha as intellectually frustrating

In matters of dharma-bhava and vyaya-bhava, Budha the Analyzer cannot accept Guru's guidance on faith

Budha wants to instruct, explain, classify, discriminate, and articulate human religious traditions, priestly sacraments, and meditative visions.

Dharmesha-9 +ruler-of-12 Budha the questioner = particularly challenged by attributes of religious culture [Guru] that explicitly forbid or transcend questioning such as dogma, orthodoxy, scriptural 'fundamentalism', priestly empowerment, and assertions of holy mystery based on unaccountable or unexplainable phenomena.

[Tula ]..."Literally means scale. It refers to the seventh sign of the zodiac also known as Libra. Tula also means one's position or stance, which is similar to one's weight on a scale.

The word 'Tula' is used throughout Indian languages to mean one's position.

  • For example, in the west if someone is known as a "heavyweight", or "a major player", such references are in regard to one's 'Tula', position or stance in relation to others.

This process of judgment can be likened to the balance of a scale."~~ Das Goravani Writing

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In classical Greek, the seventh sign = // yugos // the yoke //

Sometimes spelled / zugos / or / zygos /

Yugos = a balance, scales, a yoke, or a slave bound to a master. Yugos = a common term in the koine Greek of the Christian scriptures 'New Testament'.


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