OM gram grim graum sah gurave namah
OM jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah
गुरु guru = the grower
गौर gaura - guruva - guraja
बृहस्पति bṛhas-pati = lord of prayers
वाचस्पति vācas-pati = lord of speech-language
Ju-piter - Iuppiter- Jove
Dio-petous - Dies Pater - De-us
Ze-us - Xenios
Khepra - Rak
expansion of the Cultural Foundations
// Founding Fathers // * priests of the Lunar Rite
// Founding Fathers // * priests of the Lunar Rite
Providence * agriculture
" and we got to get ourselves back to the Garden "
-- Crosby, Stills, and Nash "Woodstock"
Public Figure Examples
[multiple culturally-familiar personality attributes] [embodiment of customary philosophical beliefs] [identified with an nationalist credenda] [iconic personification of environmentalist worldview]
[personality exemplifies protectionist ideology] [paragon of habitual cheerfulness] [preacher-and-teacher may symbolize the wisdom of the folkways]
[expansive faith in the ancient routines with a personalized understanding of ethnic conflict] [often a benefactor to agricultural workers]
[Guru-1 rules 6+9 = chronic illness due to digestive allergy, along with public guidance via sacred doctrine] [In a wifely nativity, may be identified with the beliefs of an unbalanced, righteously dharmic husband]
multiple voices * growth of treasuries
multiple businesses * many announcements
multiple settlements, multi-roots
multiple intuitive intelligences * growth of clairsentient guidance * dramatic display of dreamlike genius
multiple service ministries, imbalanced expansion
multiple taboo-uncovering cultural secrets, many optimistic identity-changes
many transformations of property, nationality, ethnicity;, abundant eruptions or invasions of homeland, buildings, transport, schools
[karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, chieftains, indoctrinators]
[multiple doctrines of culture] [growth of ancestral philosophical understanding]
[multiple elite guidance responsibilities] [growth of visible inspirational roles]
many visible protective, nurturing roles = communication via public preaching, doctrinal messages
multiple goals= growth of economic network
[svabhava] [Sarala Yoga]
[multiple protective sanctuaries] [abundant private nourishment] [expansive imaginary realms] [wisdom from distantly invisible lands]
Sir Edmund Hillary (philanthropist, Mt. Everest climber)
dramatist Catherine Deneuve
New York mayor 1994-2001; 2008 pres cand Rudi Giuliani
Belief in Human Development via Rhythmic folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms of Settled Peoples
Ethnic Priest, Symbolizes [Guru] the ancient ways
Icon of Parochial wisdom
Guides the fertilized growth of the culture of a people settled upon the land
Founding Fathers who Expand the Nutritious, Sheltered Foundations (Karka) which prepares the basis for a future period of tremendous cultural growth:
Seen from a distance, human cultures look rather like bacterial cultures in a petri dish.
Human ethnic settlements are small gatherings of similar life forms which inhabit an established Base. Given a hospitable environment with the proper temperature, moisture, and nutrient, animated life forms naturally proliferate.
Often intensively developed, often crowded and survival-competitive, often gloriously fertile, these cultures reproduce until they have consumed all available nutrient.
However, when the nutrient supply is exhausted, the colony dies out -- just as suddenly as it appeared.
uchcha = top conditions
Karaka of great fortune due to abundant nutrient [Old Pathways Karkata] to supply the growth of one's ethnic culture, its values. its moral folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms , its earthly foundations.
In kendra, may be a great leader who lays a broad foundation for expansion of a human ethnic culture.
Even in dusthamsha (6-8-12) where Guru attracts many ailments and enemies, one may still be greatly successful in bringing forward the expansive improvements needed for a civilization to advance. Like all things supervised by Shri Guru, the matters of bhava-6 including animosity, conflict, accusation, and ailment are Typically, abundant.
The experience of bringing wisdom into a Budha-ized environment that characteristically lacks the breadth of awareness necessary to properly utilize this expansive wisdom can be very frustrating. The biochemical by-products of managing the constant remediation of conflict can take their toll on the fleshbody's own internal alignments, and disease conditions prosper.
Yet, however, Much the native suffers (6) through this experience, Brihaspati will succeed in expanding the consciousness of those who were ready to expand their reach into awareness of the realities of the three worlds.
Guru-Karkata guides the expansion of territory and amount of nutrient controlled by a cultural people.
Typically, there is a period of reactive contraction after this era of expansive wisdom-guided growth
Guru-karkata = inclusive, generous, optimistic, globally minded person who nevertheless has deep roots in one's own culture.
Past-life carry-forward wisdom about nurturing, caretaking, parenting, protecting, and sheltering others.
Naturally patriotic and parental, yet not parochial. [uchcha] Guru in any bhava brings extraordinary abundance in matters of the bhava. Of course too much of a good thing can also bring inflation, swelling, bloating, boasting, and over-proliferation Yet, in the human mind typically more is better, and most people find substantial contentedness in situations characterized by material, emotional, or spiritual abundance. Regardless of the operations of the occupied bhava, the fertility and abundance provided by [uchcha] Guru improves nearly any situation.
It is said of that Guru in kendra may compensate for many other deficiencies. More so the [uchcha] Guru.
Guru-Karkata recovers easily from damage to the public reputation (10) and other shaming-scandal. After any period of public polarizing catalysis , Guru-10 or Guru-7 (10th-from-10th) remains well-liked and respected
Will help others whether the native is feeling personally happy or not. Believes in the wisdom of spiritual love, especially the love of children.
Wide scope of parental responsibility. Beautiful and generous breasts/chest in The earthen body . Great healer, abundantly tolerant, caring and parental in attitude.
Tends toward abundance of financial wealth . Welcoming, appreciative, inclusive. Yet may be patronizing (usually, inadvertently, as over-expansion of parental feelings) toward the little people. Behavior may tend toward a pattern of being manipulative and controlling when in Aśleṣa Nakshatra.
Much credit is available to the native in this life. If in kendra, or with the svakshetra Chandra, one becomes both materially and spiritually privileged.
Calling in the chips from good works in parallel lives .
Expansively charitable; protective; authentically caring. Will always support a friend in need. If dynamically energized by drishti of Kuja, can become overly aggressive in asserting material entitlement claims. Whether The financial wealth and privilege attending this position is smartly deployed or not, the native is generally a sincerely caring and compassionate personr.
Feminine nativity featuring Guru-Karkata seeks a (first) husband who is generous, inclusive, and parenting in nature.
This husband should have sincere desire to help heal shelter and protect along with abundance financial resources to do so.
He will function as a guide to those who seek shelter and those who want a broader connection to their folkways traditions.
He is deeply family oriented although he may indeed view the entire world as his extended family.
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themselves to external conditions,
and are constantly perturbed in mind;
unrealities are imagined and discriminated, while realities are unseen and ignored.
It is not so with the wise."
~~ Lanka-avatara Sutra