Kuja occupies 2nd-from-Chandra
OM kram krim kraum sah bhaumaya namah
Bhauma - Bhumi
kośāgāra [cask, case, treasury, storehouse]
kuṭumba bhava [family, relation by descent]
dhana-sthāna [capital, surplus, valuables, storage]
Mars Ars Ares Aries Arian Ori Orion
Tiw - Tyr [Tiwesdæg - Tuesday ]
the second house
Karmesin Wald, Bayerische Alpen, Deutschland
Public Figure Examples
[mūlatrikoṇa if within 0-18 deg]
narrative of pursuit of innovation
narrative of pursuit of treasuries urge to speak, sing, tell, know * dynamic, competitive exponent of * face, voice, hair, speech, treasure-traditions
* public image = warrior face, competitive values, speech, knowledge
[vigorous narrative of commercial communications] [pursues detailed financial information]
[Dhanayoga = Mangala-2 rules-11]
[energetic pursuit of ethnic roots] [drive to localize historical values]
[flamboyant warrior for traditional entreasurements] [competes for family treasury] [commanding roles in financial politics]
[bright voice and loud speech] [inflammatory remarks]
[energetic pursuit of spoken logical argument]
narrative of pursuit of equity
narrative of pursuit of danger
urge to speak, sing, tell, know * dynamic, competitive exponent of * face, voice, hair, speech, treasure-traditions
[narrative of pursuit of social position]
[Dhanayoga = Mangala-11 rules-2]
narrative of energized pursuit of social-economic gains
narrative of pursuit of intuitive guidance
natural regulator Shukra feels Neutral toward Kuja
drive toward values lineage, pursuit of treasuries, energized face-speech-song, aggressive capitalization-banking, archives, storage, assets, conservation, acquisitive conquests
Actions (yang Mangala) originate in the sensual, acquisitive and beautifying instincts (2)
Targeted, outgoing vigor of Mangala-2 penetrates
Mangala situated in bhava-2 treasuries, gatherings, hoards, and collections will tend to activate the movement within and against the family heritage hoards.
Pushes proactive change instincts in regard to treasuries of valuable goods and conserved knowledge, completion, saturation, opinion, speech, song, face, eyes, hair, food, beauty.
Generally, Mangala-2 indicates a competitive, physicalized, energetic family.
Kuja-2 tendency to shout at family members, or to dominate family-centered scenes. Mangala-2 seeks competitive advantage, winner status, trophy.
Kuja can produce high-energy speech and a tendency to become irritated with conservative, anti-change family members.
[Mangala in bhava-2] contributes to the perception that the overall culture of one's family of origin is dynamic, active, and driven. The family lineage may contain engineers, pioneers, athletes, warriors, divers and drillers, surgeons, or inventors.
bhratru-karaka Kuja suggests that the brother-figures typically have a dominant role in defining the family lineage.
Mani-Money and Speech
Speech is highly energized and dynamic at best; invasive or abrupt at worst.
Excellent for vigorous-voice professions, such as singer, preacher and politician.
In hostile rashi (mainly Mithuna-Kanya-Karkata) speech = aggressive or disruptive (with Rahu) or invasive = rather like machine-gun fire, not especially articulate unless the lord of 2 is strong.
Speech may be perceived as incoherent due to throughput = "too much too fast"
Destructive effects on wealth accumulations into the treasure-chest-2, but money-wise can be a positive for Mithuna lagna or Makara indriya-lagna, where Kuja gives The financial wealth yoga of vriddhi-pati-11 in 2nd.
Polarizing catalysis may arise from aggressive speech
Tends to produce impulsive, loud, or dominating speech patterns. some preference for the slang style. With Rahu, utilizes the stigmatized dialects.
Talk first think later.
As always, if Kuja is well-disposed, the speech is energized, ambitious, and potentially inspirational. Jyotishavidya is all in the details!
The speech may be apprehended as being aggressive because the output is too fast or poorly timed
At minimum pro-active, depending on rashi and drishti. One is often in the role of discussing sport, warfare, and competitive male energy. Talk of war and armed struggle for dominance.
empowered Mangala in 2, or drishti of Mangala upon 2, = "vigorous " speech or shouting within the family of origin.
Athletic, masculine face, voice, eyes, hair, mouth.
Competition via words; words = weaponry.
Eating, Food, Mouth
Due partly to Kuja's drishti upon the self-destruction-and-rebirth bhava-8 , the Mouth-process including food-drink intake can be disrupted if Mangala = problematic.
2nd-from-7th = Randhrabhava-8. When natural maraka Kuja occupies bhava-2, periods of dhanapati-2 = dematerialization of the first spouse. (Also lagnesha-1 = 7th from 7th can indicate timing of death of partner).
Mangala or Rahu in bhava-2 from which bhava Mangala casts drishti upon Randhrabhava can very Generally, indicate widowhood and because Mangala occupies the relative 8th (conditions of death) from the 7th there is a suggestion that circumstances of the spouse's demise will be sudden, involving heat speed and metal, with little or no preparation time.
More likely and less dramatic predictions include a pattern of competitive disagreements with the spouse so that a virtual death experience of separation may result. In the modern age, Mangala-2 = conflict or disagreement about money (2).
Also the native 's sexual vitality [Mangala] tends to run high with the outgoing pursuit karaka Mangala located in the sense-pleasuring 2nd Bhava . Native's sexual vigor may exceed that of the spouse.
Verbal expression of warriorship. A dynamic masculine face and voice, tempered of course by the lord of 2 and any incoming drishti upon 2.
The consequences of 'widowhood 'may be negative or beneficial, depending on the disposition of Kuja or Rahu. Second spouse
Second spouse if any is competitive, dynamic, and independent.
Oregon Rhododendron in spring
drishti into bhava-8 from Kuja-1
drishti into bhava-8 from Kuja-2
drishti into bhava-8 from Kuja-5
Kuja drishti to 8 * prescience = Conditions of dematerialization =
dematerialization in the presence of one's family, or at the hands of one's own constituency.
Mangala in a barren rashi increases the possibility of childlessness due to Kuja's drishti upon bhava-5 children.
(often an early miscarriage)
In Mithuna, strong libido.
Mangala-2 related to aggressive speech, shouting, warlike speech
However, many factors can soften the default, including graha-yuti, wisdom and understanding drishti from Guru, or other gentle effects
Shout and Whisper (why raising one's voice to one's partner is a sign that one's heart has grown angry-righteous-distant)
Drishti from Mangala-2 upon 5, 8, and 9
100% drishti to putra bhava =
25% - drishti upon bhava-8 = productive in Kuja's svabhava .
100% 8th drishti to dharma bhava = productive in the svabhava of friendly Guru.
" A Saint asked his disciples,
'Why do we shout in anger? Why do people shout at each other when they are upset?'
Disciples thought for a while, one of them said, 'Because we lose our calm, we shout for that.'
'But, why to shout when the other person is just next to you?' asked the saint.
'Isn't it possible to speak to him or her with a soft voice?
Why do you shout at a person when you're angry?'
Disciples gave some other answers but none satisfied the saint.
Finally he explained, 'When two people are angry at each other, their hearts distance a lot.
To cover that distance they must shout to be able to hear each other.
The angrier they are, the stronger they will have to shout to hear each other through that great distance.'
Then the saint asked, 'What happens when two people fall in love?
They don't shout at each other but talk softly, why?
Because their hearts are very close.
The distance between them is very small...'
The saint continued, 'When they love each other even more, what happens?
They do not speak, only whisper and they get even closer to each other in their love.
Finally they even need not whisper, they only look at each other and that's all.
That is how close two people are when they love each other.' [end quote]
Al Khazneh - The Treasury
at Petra in Jordan
And he said to them,
"Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven
is like a master of a house,
who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old."
~~ Gospel of Matthew, ch. 52 [International Standard Version]
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