Mercury signifies the communicative skills of a person. It is a prince of the celestial cabinet. Mercury passes on thoughts to others. It is a planet close to the Sun and called a dualistic planet.
Mercury, that also revolves around the sun, take its round inside the inner orbit traced by the Earth. However, it completes its circle within 88 days while the Earth takes 365 days to complete it.
Mercury is also called Buddha in the Hindu Mythology who is believed to share enmity with the Moon. However, it is said that Moon, on the other hand, feels quite opposite.
Wednesday is the day associated to Mercury. Among all the planets, Mercury is considered to be the greatest as it provided intelligence and wealth to its natives. It is the deity of Gemini (Mithuna) and Virgo (Kanya). It spends a period of nearly a month in each zoadiac signs like Sun.
Going towards the Western Culture, you will know that the Mercury was called Thoth or Hermes in the older times. The Mercury is the son of the Jupiter and Maia (daughter of Atlas). Since it is nearest to the Sun, Mercury is the friend of Apollo. Even in Western Astrology, Mercury is considered dualistic. There, they believe it lacks concentration within its native.
Budh is God Kesava, Narayana, Madhava in the Hindu mythology.
Mercury is a dualistic, vacillating planet that is variable, convertible, feminine, effeminate, neutral, and dualistic. This planet does not act on its own but depends on the zodiac signs and houses it is places into at the time.
Mercury is convertible because if it is associated with beneficial components, it will serve as a benefic planet for your horoscope. If it gains malefic aspects and conjunctions, on the other hand, it will become malefic for your horoscope. It has a Vata (airy) nature. It has a northerly orientation. It is exalted at the 15th degree in Virgo and debilitated at the 15th degree in Pisces.
This planet is the deity of third and sixth house in Kaal Purush Kundali in Vedic Astrology. Mercury signifies the fourth and tenth houses. The fourth house represents happiness which is why Mercury would work better here.
Insanity, mental aberration, loss of speech, impotency, faulty tongue, deafness, leucoderma, headaches, neuralgia, sleeplessness, giddiness, convulsions, hysteria, spasms, and other ailments are mentioned by Buddha.
Buddha depicts dogs, goats, apes, weasels, foxes, parrots, and reptiles.
Universities, colleges, schools, all commercial centres, fields for practising games and sports, and hunting grounds are all places represented by Buddha.
Gems and precious metals
Bell’s metal, quick silver, emerald, and limestone are precious metals/gems that Buddha represents. The emerald ring in silver/gold can be worn on a little finger in the constellation of Buddha by natives whose Lagnesh is Buddha (Ashlesha, Jyeshtha, Revati).
|Lord||3rd & 6th House|
|Karkatwa of Planet: Mercury|
|General||Education, intelligence, trade, and business, law, judicial, twin, double, stomach, son, dual, Languages, talking, Children, good happenings.|
|Health (body part)||Forehead, skin, tongue, arms|
|Relation||siblings, Prince, Friend, Maternal uncle.|
|Places||mud walls green areas play grounds commercial areas, book shelves, reading table.|
|Substance||Greengram, all greens, crops.|
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