Traditional Jyotisha Remedial Ratana for Brihaspati
Guru reaches maturity = age 16
BP Lama commentary Guru-Mahadasha
Brihaspati occupies 3rd-from-Chandra
Om Graam Greem Graum Sah Gurve Namah
Brihaspati * Devapati * Saptarishi
Koza * Kutumbha * Dhana
Jupiter * Dyaus-pitr
Enlil * Marduk * Zeus-Deus* Iuppiter* Jove * Her-wepes-tawy
the second house
the Gift of Gab
multiple languages; many containers; much herd and hoard
multiple voices, faces, histories, lineages, values, hoards, treasuries
growth and expansion of the keep
jovial appreciation for material acquisition, treasuries of knowledge, delights of speech and song
|Through wisdom is an house builded; and by understanding it is established:
And by knowledge shall the chambers be filled with all precious and pleasant riches."
~~ Book of Proverbs 24:3-4
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Brihaspati always means well and He brings into the bhava of His residence the benefits of Easy Access to matters of the two sthana under Guru's rulership.
Guru-2 = a splendid position for music (Zukra), voice, song, spoken poetry. Grants a large mouth and a large, flexible tongue.
However, Guru in swabhava of Guru's enemy Zukra has some problems related to overexpansion resulting in imbalance:
well-intentioned but inflated or overconfident speech -- this behavior is however very beneficial for singers, comedians, dramatists, public speakers
cheerful overvaluation of the importance of one's own knowledge
Guru opens access to
hoards of affluence
Guru in bhava-2 contributes to the perception that the culture of one's family of origin is philosophical, generous, or expanded (physically, artistically, socially, or financially). The family lineage may contain professors, dogmatists, preachers, guru-figures, ideologues, indoctrinators, theorists, or globalists. The vocabulary of paradigms of belief may be a salient feature of the family identity.
Generous speech using a vocabulary of faith in humanistic (Guru) values.
However there is a pit-fall when super-optimistic Guru occupies the sthana of oral-pleasures Zukra. Guru exaggerates the natural human propensity to derive sensual pleasure from one's own speech. Humans enjoy and indeed crave the sound of human voices, but this native may enjoy the sound of one's own voice a bit pompously much..
Guru in bhava-2 = greatly cheered and inspired by the sound of one's own voice.
One enjoys listening to oneself spout wisdoms, and due to inflation of value in the family culture one may presume that others too are deeply grateful to hear the inspiring words of one who holds such exceptionally high-value knowledge.
Guru nichha- 2 speaks over-confidently upon a presumption of the wisdom of materialism. Faith in the validity of speech claims may be based on inflated values.
In a naturally materialistic bhava of Zukra, it is possible that uttama-Guru in bhava-2 may develop a culture of overly inflated values in the family-of-origin: one may be given to believe that one's character, financial well-being, and aesthetic values are so precious as to be nearly divine. If the lord of bhava-2 is also strong, grandiosity and pomposity of speech may be noted.
Speech, teeth and mouth = benefited. Wealth, historical knowledge, giving of speeches, singing, telling stories.
Guru = karaka for language.
Extraordinary talking, negotiating, discussing and debating.
Marvelously broad view of history and ethno-cultural values of art, music, and food.
Family support is generally strong (and tends to be inflated, over-praising the native for reasonably normal accomplishments).
Native hails from a strong bloodline. Strong powers of speech and if Guru is well-disposed, good teeth.
Dhanasthana = 11th-from-4th = gain of family affluence through real estate, education, development of properties and vehicles.
Female's partner = Guru dhava-karaka
Often, the female meets her life partner in a lineage-treasury setting = collections of money, records, databases, libraries and galleries, warehouses, gathering of historic values or recording the family history.
The partner's identification with stored collections of valuable goods and conserved knowledge is important to her, and the partner's ability to accumulate value, including the stated interest in continuing the family line, may form the basis of the union.
First marriage for female characterized by focus on financial well-being accumulation and the lineage cultural values of the husband's family history. Acquisition of knowledge to be transformed directly into affluence . This is a distinctively financial orientation.
Regardless of the external conditions of the union, the female will retain a respect for the hoarded wealth and a belief in its importance in her life.
"Comfort in regard to money matters, but lack of affluence, nor a happy family life.
There will be a tone of gravity and seriousness, but it will lack conviction in view of your poor financial position."
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For Vrishabha lagna and Simha lagna, Guru-2 is also the randhresha * lord of bhava-8, many occurrences of the conditions of death (frequently seen in nativities of disaster responders, hospital-hospice medical workers. caretakers for elderly et-cetera.)
|Guru in 2nd navamsha|
"You may have a second marriage late in life.
... handsome , scholarly, skilled, reputed, friendly, social, perfect, benevolent, modest, rich and gets royal favor in 27th year.
Generous, considerate, enlightened, appreciates merit, adept, contented, dispassionate, polite, fond of noble company, bold, scholar, discreet, business wealth and conveyance.
Your family or society may criticize and oppose you.
Your honor is important to you very much so."
file update: 23-Jun-2019
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