Tula indriya-lagna Friendly and Non-Friendly Domain Rulerships
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lagna * ligne * line of
Thauli - Thula - Thulam
Zugos - Juka - Yugya
Vanika - Vaṇija - Baṇija
with Sacred Jewels general recommendation for Tula nativities
yuvati-pati-7 regulates the interpersonal consulting, advising, marital, and business relationships
dhanapati-2 regulates the family history, face and eyes, speech and song, food and mouth, treasury of valuable goods and knowledge
Kuja = treasury + alliances
Vimshottari Dasha periods of Mangala have a certain compensatory power.
Due to competitive and vital Mangala's rulership of the house of historical accrual (skanda), Thula natives typically = Raised in a family tradition which values competitive ambition, penetrating insight, medical-surgical skills, secrecy, and psychological control.
Mangala = lord of 10th-from-10th. As the site of counseling and professional advising relationships, Yuvati bhava is nearly as influential in governance behaviors as is the karma-bhava-10.
Kuja's fast, independent, direct and competitive style, focused on"alpha" dominance and winning, is not always helpful in leadership roles which require more slow-paced and group-oriented movement.
The Thula leaders who benefit most from advising and who can hold diplomatic roles successfully may have some constraint upon Kujar.
Death: fleshly and metaphorical
Nevertheless Mangala brings dematerialization. In the earlier years of the Tula nativity, Mangala bhukti typically indicate fleshly death for the mother, father, and other family members. In the later years, Mangala = the sharp scissor which cuts that silver cord linking the spirit into the flesh-body.
Often Kuja's death action = metaphorical, especially in regard to psychological separation from difficult family members and ending of outdated interpersonal relationships. Metaphorical death = one runs ahead, leaving behind the relationship with a friend, lover, business or marital partner, family member or other person.
Mangala signifies a burst of self-directed energy which tells the native to get ahead . Speeding past these outdated relationships (7) one no longer interacts with the former connections. Thus a periods of empowered Mangala can signify the end of a romantic relationship, or a cutting of family ties.
dhanapati-2 Mangala activates the family history. Kuraja the fast-running warrior often has a rather competitive relationship to members of the birth family.
Tula-1 may find oneself rather quickly out-pacing the limits of the original family-culture. Mangala encourages Tula-1 to move forward individually much faster than the whole family group can move together. Thula natives have an overall pattern of"running faster" than the family group.
With no necessary malice aforethought, Tula-1 may bolt forward, leaving a slower-thinking, slower-adapting family far behind as one races toward the winner's line in matters of the treasury of valuable goods and knowledge.
dhanapati-2 Mangala also energizes the mouth. One tends to speak the truth and rather directly too. This behavior itself is often enough to facilitate a split with a family that may not be ready to hear Tula's truth. Mangala bhukti often bring Thula to the dentist's chair, and may signal a new food diet.
Each Vimshottari mahadasha provides nine sub-periods (bhukti). One of the nine bhukti is ruled by Mangala.
The characteristic results of Mangala bhukti detailed below will give a more dramatic experience if the mahadasha-pati receives the drishti of Kuja.
Mangala/Mangala bhukti yield very strong effects presuming that Kuja is not handicapped by rashi, drishti, or bhava. Also, periods of Mangala/Rahu and Mangala/Ketu when either node = yuti Mangala, or either node = in a rashi of Mangala, may give striking results.
Competitive, life-loving, vital, hunting, muscular, pursuing, penetrating, animal-nature, bloody, sensing and discovering Kuja controls
Periods of Mangala bring wealth acquisition; accumulation of values such as art, music, food, and language collections; development of speech and song; attention to the face and hair; active engagement (positive or negative) with the family history and their values lineage.
Periods of Mangala bring heightened pro-active physical and social energy to build equal partnerships, dynamic counseling and advising behaviors, energetic marriage and business contract negotiations, vital consideration of mutual interest between any two equal parties; activity WRT paired organs in The earthen body ; active development of the relationships which support the career (7th = 10th-from-10th)
For Tula indriya-lagna, Angaraka periods yield results consistent with Rulerships :
Career, Ability to Govern, Creating an Orderly Environment
as planetary patron of both 10th-from-10th and 5th-from-10th, Angaraka is an excellent career graha for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Education, belongingness, and properties
as ruler of both 4th-from-4th and 11th-from-4th, Angarika is secure and gainful in matters of education and property, for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Vitality, Social Personality and Physical Appearance
as planetary patron of both 7th-from-1st And 2nd-from- 1st, Angaraka is an empowered maraka for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Marriage, Partnership, Peer and Advising Relationships
Thula natives have a marked tendency to marry partners of a competitive or even primitive nature. In contrast to Tula-1, the partner is Typically, a more straightforward and quite physical person not inclined toward sophisticated negotiations or elaborate deals.
Much depends on the character of Mangala in the nativity, of course; but as a general rule one's friends and family may be rather surprised by Tula's choice of mate. Thula is the rashi of harmony and diplomatic relations, but Mangala yuvati-pati-7 is the karaka for fighting and primitive, aggressive behaviors. For all the negotiating skill inherent in Tula, if Kuja is not well configured, marriage can sometimes present the greatest learning-challenge.
The female Thula is attracted to male partners of a vital, athletic, and sexualized type. The male spouse is usually a meat-eater, no stranger to knives or firearms, and capable of great bravery when his brood are in danger. It is indeed often a display of athletic courage which convinces the Thula to accept this otherwise unlikely mate.
The masculine Thula is often paired with a feminine-figure of simple behaviors, slim-hipped and boyish, active and pretty, who has plenty of life-force energy and welcomes a growth-challenge. She too is a sexualized person, and if her Thula husband is more concerned with business or social justice her life force may wither and fail.
Such a partner may be a great helpmate, but she operates mainly on the fleshly plane and is not naturally sophisticated unless the Tula's placement of Kuja is quite unusual.
as ruler of both 1st-from-7th and 8th-from-7th, Angarika is a sexualized and transformative relationship agent for the Tula indriya-lagna native. Mangala often brings a new male partner.
family history, Acquisition of Money and Knowledge
as planetary patron of both 6th-from-2nd and 1st-from-2nd, Angaraka creates physical contact and confrontation with the family history for the Tula indriya-lagna native. Relatives "come out of the woodwork" . Financially, Mangala brings savings (2) and disagreement about money and values (6th-from-2nd).
Siblings, Teamwork, Communication, Publications
as planetary patron of both 12th-from-3rd and 5th-from-3rd, Angaraka has a mixed effect on communications, narrative discourse, and publications for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Children and Divine Creativity
as ruler of both 10th-from-5th and 3rd-from-5th, Angaraka's effects on children improve with time since 10 and 3 are both upachaya angles.
When Mangala bhukti occur in one's maturity (after age 28) the impact on children is favorable due to the native having overcome immature competitive impulsiveness. If the children are born too early it is unfortunate for the children. Tula indriya-lagna should wait to have children until after age 30.
Conflict, Imbalance, disease-discomfort, Debi
as planetary patron of both 9th-from-6th and 2nd-from-6th, Angaraka is provides the Tula indriya-lagna native with wealth and wisdom from the experience of illness, conflict, and exploitation. Mangala will place Tula-1in difficult and occasionally dangerous work situations. The native goes to work early in life and muscular labor is required, no matter one's station in life.
After the age of 28 the native will find that one's vital power to perform service work such as cleaning and food-handling, and one's incipient medical knowledge gained through poverty situations where no doctor will treat the disease, will lead to appreciable wealth and wisdom, obtained during periods of Kuja.
Sudden, Transformative Change
as ruler of both 7th-from-8th and 12th-from-8th, Angaraka brings Access to secrets for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Wisdom Teachings and Teachers
Networks of Friendship, Goals and gainfulness
as ruler of both 4th-from-11th and 9th-from-11th, Angaraka is a highly benevolent
Yogakaraka graha in regard to one's ability to set and attain one's goals, for the Tula indriya-lagna native.
Spirit Guides, Dreams, Prayer, Hermitage, and Sanctuary Life
as planetary patron of both 8th-from-12th and 3rd-from-12th, Angaraka is disruptive and destructive, over-mentalized and secretive, force in the matter of prayer and reflective practice, for the Tula indriya-lagna native. Mangala bhukti are sleep-deprived because the native is so energized and competitive in the physical world.
According to Das, when Mangala occupies Kumbha, the competitive dhanapati-2 + yuvati-pati-7 engages both the native and the life-partner toward earnings (yuvati-pati-7 in 11th from svakshetra)
Predictably, Mangala in a rashi of Shani in 5 suggests miscarriage or therapeutic abortion of at least one conception; However, if Guru is strong there may be other live births when Mangala is not the time lord.
" For the Libra Ascendant,
Mars is the lord of two death inflicting houses (maraka houses), the 2nd and the 7th. Moreover, Mars is an enemy of Venus , the lord this Ascendant.
Wearing a Red Coral by the native s of this ascendant should be generally avoided.
The second house is the house of wealth also. Therefore, if Mars is in his own sign in the 2nd, Red Coral can be worn with advantage during the Major period of Mars.
As far as the 7th house is concerned, if Mars is there in his sign, this disposition will give rise to a powerful Panchamahapurusha yoga known as Ruchaka yoga , the result of which has been described as under:
Thus, if there is Ruchaka yoga present in the nativity, the Red Coral can be worn with great advantage, particularly in the Major and sub-period of Mars." [end quote]
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