“Use Design Birth Data for Astrocartography. There is, obviously, something deeply important in that, but I think it’s very specific to people who have undefined G Centers. I think it’s very difficult for undefined G Centers, particularly non-energy types, to figure out how to find out what is the right place for them. The Astrocartography that was developed in Switzerland is fascinating. One of the things that I’ve recommended to people is that the problem with Astrocartography is that it’s based on the Personality. If you really want to find out where your body is really aligned, send them your Design data as if that was your birth chart, just your design date and time. Then you will actually get your Astrocartography for your physical vehicle and that is much more significant.
Everything about the nature of success in this life has to do with the physical form and the way in which the physical form fits into its environment. But to answer the other part of your question, which is important, the thing about triple-splits is that it’s not about whether or not they’re in the right place. Again, that would be conditioned whether they have an open G or not. The real thing for them is simply this journey process that is just very mundane. It can be very difficult, for example, to be a 2/4 and be a triple-split because it is important for them to get out, it is important for them to move around, it is important for them to journey.
It is this movement that’s so essential for them. These are the kind of people who will do repetitive sports, will go to places to do activities, all this kind of stuff in order to just go through the journey because the journey is the way in which they live their version of wholeness. It’s also through the journey, because it has to do with the auras that they meet. This is the whole thing about the right geometry. If you’re not in the right geometry, you don’t meet the right auras so you don’t meet the right configurations that are essential for the triple-split in its journey.
Again, it goes back to whether they’re going to operate correctly. But your point is well taken about location. I just think to see it from the perspective of the design and to see that’s something just about every open G Center is asking for, somebody to help them find the right place.”
Ra Uru Hu, Life Cycles Analysis, Q&A 100