Vimshottari Dasha - Rashi - Gochara - Bhava - Graha - Ratna - Nakshatra - Amsha - Karaka - Varga - Bala
Tula indriya-lagna Friendly and Non-Friendly Domain Rulerships
OM shum shukraya namah
OM dram drim draum sah shukraya namah
OM sri ram dasrathaye namah
OM tatva niranjnaya tarakaramaya namaha
OM graam greem graum sah gurve namah
lagna * ligne * line of
Thauli - Thula - Thulam
Zugos - Juka - Yugya
Vanika - Vaṇija - Baṇija
with Sacred Jewels general recommendation for Tula nativities
Guru = bhratru-pati-3 + rogesha-6
QUOTATION Das commentary
Jupiter is the lord of the 3 or Jupiter is the lord of the 6 or Jupiter is the lord of the 8."
/Jupiter will generally not give favorable results
but will confer recognition and increase in income./
Guru = commercial business, communications + conflicts, ministries of service, helping professions
sahaja-pati-3 ++ rogesha-6 = The Problematizer
The Learning Pathway of Guru can provide a challenge for Tula nativities. The Heavy One may require homework problem sets which involve crime (6) illness (6) complaint (6) and criticism (6) inter alia.
Glowing Guru can be a troublemaker for the Tula nativity because Brihaspati over-expands two bhava which are better left unexpanded:
Bhava-3 upachaya improves with time. As they grow through life experience, most people get better at explaining, describing, instructing, and conversing.
When bhava-3 holds a kendra from Chandra, events generated during Guru bhukti after age 16 are often mentally focused. Once the basic adult communications skills are developed (approximately age 16) Guru bhukti can signal periods of more writing, commercial growth, entrepreneurial expansion, and management ability.
Bhava-6 classroom is persistently focused on 12th-from-7 imbalanced relationships and erosion of trust.
However, even the satkona brings profits from healing (11th from 8) career dignity in philosophy teaching (10th from 9) and gambling wins from speculation with heritage assets (5th-from-2).
As the rogesha, Guru is quite pernicious until age 16 because He often supplies learnings that are too daunting for a young mind-and-body.
After maturing, Guru bhukti tend to provide mental-health and physical-health learning experiences that are well matched to the native's abilities.
One takes a skeptical and indeed Inimical view of professors, priests, preachers, patriarchal authority figures
Challenging placements of Chandra for the Tula indriya-lagna =
Tula indriya-lagna + Makara-Chandra = Guru double-3
Tula indriya-lagna + Karkata Chandra = Guru = [double-rogesha-6]
does not damage faith due to Guru = Dharmesha-9 from Chandra, but gets the native into an endless series of confrontational arguments and generates a need to advance a seemingly endless flow of litigation often using the legal conflict management apparatus of the enemy (6) as the tool for developing [Guru] the perpetual argument
Tula-native lives in a state of emotional exhaustion due to the constant disagreeableness of women in the life * especially one's mother.
Thula= akashic-memory pattern of problematic relationships with fraudulent or exploitive professors, preachers, priests, and pater-noster:
Because rogesha-6 = Dyeus-pitr, Thula (and Karkata) natives are particularly challenged to maintain balanced relationships with teachers of all kinds.
It is less difficult for Karkata However, because Guru also = L=9 for Karkata.
Thula has a stronger tendency to attract adversaries posing in the role of Teacher, Preacher, Professor or Indoctrinator.
Religious teachers such as lineage guru or university preceptors such as the academic adviser or dissertation director will pose the most difficult challenge, as these may stimulate a feeling of servitude or victim mentality due to past-life abuses. There is a chronic underlying experience of disappointment and dishonesty in most relationships to teachers.
This karma is not a show-stopper since Guru is also the vikrama-pati-3, which means that if Guru is well-disposed in the kundali, Tula-1is generally a capable learner (3), A skillful reader-writer (3), and blessed with easy access to literature (3).
rogesha-6 = the Victimizer
Thula natives may feel victimized by
Lord of bhava-3 = the custodian of one's internal narrative.
Budha's svabhava is Typically, a busy, chatty, administrating, interactive area of life that is concerned with the superficial yet defining mental process. In cultures dominated by the modern information economy, bhava-3 writing and publishing activities may claim majority brain-share and calendar time-share in the life.
Tula indriya-lagna + bhratru-pati-3 Guru
Tula-born are natural teachers and trainers [Guru], particularly in economically functional skill specialties such as the teaching of communication arts, technology and tools, and short-course education such as seminars and conferences.
Guru may be a great philosopher. Yet, when He is forced to operate in the restricted area of Budha's /island/ of mundane narrative of daily life , Brihaspati does the best He can to express His great ideas within the chatty and short-term settings of commercial business and vocational /adult/ education.
Tula indriya-lagna suffers from a dual disability of both vikrama-pati+rogesha-6 Guru and Dharmesha-9 +ruler-of-12 Budha.(Budha is less damaging per se, because Budha activates both a trikona and a dusthamsha)
When Guru controls either of Professor Budha's svabhava, the Professor Guru attempts to Over-expand the natural limitations of administrative (3) and human service ministry (6) into grand and cosmic ritual undertakings [Guru].
This is awkward and uncomfortable for the native . One seems to one's co-workers to be"making mountains out of molehills ". The native annoys one's workmates and suffers philosophical frustration in trying to apply Brihaspati's "grand understanding" to work that is properly just"done" in a quick and efficient Mercurial style.
Thula naturally has a tendency to "make mountains out of molehills " in mundane business administration (3) and unequal relationships (6).
Tula indriya-lagna is better equipped to teach about practical matters than to act practical!
In a wifely nativity, Guru = significator of the first husband
Husband-1 tends to have more advanced traits of being diseased and being adversarial or unfaithful. Much depends on the placement of Guru via incoming drishti, rashi, 7th lord, 7th from Chandra etc. nevertheless it is a generality that Thula wives have husband trouble.
Tula indriya-lagna or Tula-Chandra indicates characteristics of Guru-ruled 3 and 6 tend to manifest through the agency of the first husband.
Thula chooses the marriage partner who will mirror-back the invisible parts of oneself. The first husband will mirror back:
Thula special planned misalignments requiring realignment attention = bantering Budha's svabhava -3 and -6.
The planned misalignments requiring realignment attention occur because 3 and 6 which are properly ruled by the detailed, specific, exclusive, denominational, conversational, argumentative, logical, one-to-one Budha
are overtaken by the generalizing, broad-view, inclusive, ecumenical, preaching, conciliatory, intuitive, one-to-many Guru.
Because Guru among other significations is definitely the karaka for a women's first husband, a primary acting out vehicle of natural frustrations of one's own bhava-3 and bhava-6 will be the first husband. (Other actors carrying karaka portfolio of Guru include religious teachers, university professors, and one's own father.)
Husband-1 = typically good-humored, generous and religious (karaka features of Guru) with bhratru-pati-3 and rogesha-6 disabilities:
Guru = an especially difficult graha when BOTh
The nativities which suffer the worst effect of Guru bhukti =
Depending on characteristics of Brihaspati according to yuti-graha, rashi, drishti. and bhava, Guru Mahadasha for the Thula radical nativity is generally a period of mentalized communication and great health imbalance-seeking-remediation.
Because of the roles played by Professor Guru for the Tula nativity, as ruler of 6th but also planetary patron of 10th-from-5th, and the animosity of Guru toward lagnesha Shukra, the era of Professor Guru tends to produce excess mentalization that leads to stress-caused disease conditions.
Even so, Vimshottari periods of Brihaspati support professions (10) which serve the suffering and disadvantaged or marginalized populations (6) or simply try to help people who have an abundance of problems.
Ill health almost inevitably, but also professional contributions are recognized particularly in Guru-style fields such as teaching and preaching.
For Tula: Guru the Expander in 6th from 6th:
rogesha-6 in 11 produces an interesting species of"friend" who is not necessarily in affinity with the native but who is helpful in economic and networking tasks because this "friend" is the stated enemy of one's own enemies.
The father's brothers = dedicated adversaries of one's enemies (including father's cohort, father's team-mates, father's relatives overall).
Because 3rd-from-6th = 6th from 3rd-from-4th, father's brothers are the natural adversaries of mother's brothers. Bhava-11 = a hospitable place for the father's brothers but being 6th from 3rd-from-4th, bhava-11 is an inhospitable place for the mother's brothers.
When the lord of satkona significator of mother's brothers will reside in bhava-11, the mother's brothers bring a certain hostility and adversarial behaviors into the field of economic gains.
Yet for Tula-1, this rogesha-6 representing the mother's brothers = Brihaspati the Generous One. Little harm is possible but also gain is reduced.
The mother's brother may have been expected to be an agent of significant economic gain, yet much less gain is realized. On the other hand, there is no harm.
Compare for example the harm that could be done when a papagraha such as Mangala the rogesha-6 for Mithuna lagna might inhabit the vriddhisthāna. Mangala can do some physical harm in the process of creating gain via enemies, such as injuries and illness. But Guru will not harm, even as He may disappoint grand idealistic expectations (Simha idealism) of expansive largesse.
surprisingly for Guru the trouble-maker, bhratru-pati-3 + rogesha-6 Brihaspati has a shining bright underbelly.
Periods of Brihaspati = good for gambling -- including the biggest of all gambles = creating a new live child.
may be filled with many annoyances, overly abundant commercial transactions and administrative (3) messages; undue amounts of writing and reporting (3); too frequency short-term travel (3); and the expected mental-physical health stress (6) resulting from the breakdown of trusts and contracts.
In particular Guru as rogesha-6 during Guru bhukti produces bad advice (ruler-of-12 from 7) from supposedly wise teacher-preacher males .
Guru can even signify a divorce under the provenance of the satkona. However, one of the most consoling features of both Guru for the Tula indriya-lagna and of Budha for the Mesha indriya-lagna is a quick of their bhava ownership. This quirk allows the bhratru-pati-3 + rogesha-6 to produce wealth from children, politics, literature, games, and creative speculation = dhanapati-2 from 5 and Vriddhi-pati-11 from 5.
Thula natives who are in a family way will delight in knowing that, whatever the other obstacles in their nativity, periods of Jupiter are highly empowered to bring a child into the life. There should be a nice graha in either 3 or 6 to bring the best results.
Even the relatively crude sorts of gambling games are favorable. Romance (5) produces money (2, 11). Children (5) become money-makers during Tula's Guru bhukti. An adult child may be profitably invited to join the parent in a business venture during Guru bhukti. Politics (5) and drama (5) are profitable. Works of creative literature which express a personal genius (5) produce wealth (2) and income (11).
Sacred Jewels Guru ratna"pushkaraja,"pukhraj" yellow sapphire
Dr. G. S. Kapoor. (1994). Gems and Astrology. Ranjan Publications, New Delhi. p. 107
BPL note: on p. 106, Kapoor includes a sample nativity with retrograde Guru in 3 for which he says," the native got a good relief in his long continued illness by wearing Yellow Sapphire because Jupiter is in the 3rd in his own sign "r.
" Jupiter rules the 3rd and 6th houses and is, therefore, not considered an auspicious planet for this Ascendant. It will, therefore, be advisable for the natives of this Ascendant not to wear Yellow Sapphire .
It may, however, be worn if necessary. in the major period of Jupiter if Jupiter is in his own sign in the 3rd or the 12th.
In view of what is stated above, we stick to the view that Yellow Sapphire should be worn by the natives of the Libra Ascendant only when Jupiter is in his own sign in the 3rd or the 6th."
QUOTATION Das commentary upn Guru-11-Simha for the Tula indriya-lagna
" Jupiter in this position activates your mind so much that your mental balance may be disturbed
Guru for Tula indriya-lagna = female, first marriage
In a wifely nativity, dhava-karaka Brihas-pati represents the First husband
3+6 = husband associated with mercantile mentality  husband tends toward disagreeable nature, ailment, complaint 
The Tula indriya-lagna wife is often challenged to manage a expansively cranky mate. However, much depends upon 7th-from-Chandra Guru expands both the range of her criticism and the range of his mentalizationr.
[Guru-Simha] for feminine nativity first marriage
When Generous Guru, karaka for first husband, occupies Simha in a feminine nativity, the woman's first life partner = involved with
bhratru-pati-3 + rogesha-6 in 11 = difficult - but not impossible - for children from the first marriage
Eased by Guru in kendra from Chandra
Eased by vidya-pati-5 well disposed
More likely than barrenness there may be a natural abortion (miscarriage) or therapeutic abortion (medical) due to disagreement (6) in the marriage
QUOTATION Das commentary :
" Few, if any children, or partner is barren or ailing.
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