Om gram grim graum sah gurave namah
in Kumbha Rashi
Jupiter in Aquarius
expansion of social network
Guru in bhava-2 * multiple voices= history, language
Guru in bhava-3 * multiple businesses
Guru in bhava-4 * multiple settlements, multi-roots- property, roots, homeland
Guru in bhava-5 * multiple intelligences * entertainment, politics
Guru in bhava-6 * multiple service ministries* multiple enemies * * multiple health problems * multiple arguments
Guru in bhava-7 * multiple alliances
Guru in bhava-8 * multiple secrets
Guru in bhava-9 * multiple doctrines
Guru in bhava-10 * multiple social responsibilities
Guru in bhava-11 * multiple goals
Guru in bhava-12 * multiple sanctuaries, many intuitions
Belief in Human Development via human social-economic networks
the connective, lateral, distributive, associative, opportunistic, gainful rashi of Kumbha = a neutral environment for priestly Brihaspati
Kumbha lays out a latticework pattern of linked hubs that can be infused with Guru's optimistic generous inclusive humanistic energy. However the trick with this placement is that the means and methods must be explicitly non-political. Guru-Kumbha supports expansion of economic participation for previously ineligible classes, by means of legally linking the previous "ex-lig" out-of-the-law groups into the expanding network.
Best results from a philosophy of social progress that is proletarian, regularized, scientific and ideologically neutral.
Past-life carry-forward wisdom about networks: social, scientific, logical, electronic, cosmic, conceptual -- every variety and configuration of structured connectivity.
Believes in material science . Atheistic or agnostic. Very little natural or pure faith in divine. Faith is intermediated by mentally produced truth constructs.
Expansive Brihaspati gives many acquaintances and a natural affinity for electro-magnetic device networks such as the modern internet and electronic systems overall.
the native is a conceptual thinker who easily understands that there are many interconnected relationships between components of a large orderly system.
Guru in Kumbha does not provide specific logic (the logic-giver is Budha) however Guru Kumbha grants a compassion for all peoples based in the philosophical understanding of interconnectedness.
Not a relaxed person but often a productive one.
Guru = inclusive and expansive while Shani = punitive and constricting. Expansive Guru in a rashi of contracting Shani is a difficult fit.
For the great thinkers, graha Guru may signal a person Guru who teaches about Time - especially about very-large-scale "esoteric" Time =
Guru-Kumbha = often a Futurist with a "cosmic" viewpoint.
Enjoys an optimistic expectation of positive resulting forthcoming from philosophical and conceptual science.
There may be an extensive network of associations which includes people from all parts of the marketplace of goods and ideas, including numerous 'fringe' visionaries and abstract thinkers.
If Budha and Shani are well placed Guru-Kumbha can manifest social progress visions in the material world with considerable efficacy.
Otherwise, the social-ordering emphasis of Guru-Kumbha tends to reduced access innate wisdom.
Prosperity in material things; greatly expanded linkage brings economic gain from populism and dealing with very large audiences
Tends to be a conceptual scientist without much happiness from ritual acts of faith. Philosophy is expansive but regulated by scientific principle rather than faith, producing a dry and potentially inhumane programme of social regulation.
Occasionally generates serious mental effort. Less mundane bondage and more conceptual bondage than Guru-Makara.
If Guru is otherwise damaged, the native may become committed to the development of grand but rigid conceptual schemes which have the potential to be quite harmful since they lack compassion.
science teaching on the topic of Time - especially about very-large-scale "esoteric" Time
Q: My lagnesha Guru in Kumbha - will it give "good" results?
Every placement in Jyotisha is "good" for some purposes and possibly less good for other purposes.
Whether the graha contributes to the native 's wisdom and happiness life will depend upon the nature of the person's conscious and unconscious social-material goals and values, conscious and unconscious emotional expectations and reactions, and conscious spiritual beliefs.
The lagnesha gains dignity in a kundali as the lord of the flesh-body. Lagnesha = the regulator of vitality and the determiner of social talent.
Lagnesha = a trine lord (trines = kona = bhava 1, 5, 9) which contains instructions on how to manifest a precious physical body, how to manage its vital energies, and how to grow a social personality.
These are great powers and clearly you have obtained them since you have manifested a body and maintained it for several decades!
As lord of 11th and 2nd from Chandra lagna, Guru grants material treasures in the form of both income (11) and savings (2).
Dharmakaraka Guru is a natural teacher, father (L-4, lord of parental chandra) and friend (L-11 from Chandra).
Overall Brihas-pati brings many, many blessings.
Yet, like all graha, Guru has some draining functions.
Is it a "bad" move to strike out from the ancestral lineage customs and historic lands, toward an individualized lifestyle perhaps in a new country?
Evaluating the graha - Good and Bad
To make socially weighted value judgments on the results of the graha using a morally critical language of "good" and "bad", we have to consider the values of those different people who interact with the native and judge the native . Some people will judge this Guru as 'good' and some will find it 'bad'.
IMO your Guru in the rashi of neutral Shani is a great graha for most earthly purposes. All graha have plus and minus powers.
file update: 25-Feb-2014
Barbara Pijan Lama Jyotisha Vedic Astrology Surya Sun Chandra Moon Mangala Mars Budha Mercury Guru Jupiter Shukra Venus Shani Saturn Rahu Ketu Graha Planets Dasha Timeline Nakshatra Navamsha Marriage Children Wealth Career Spiritual Wisdom Cycles of Death and Rebirth