Astro*Carto*Graphy* is based on the common, instinctive idea that a person has different chances, luck, experiences or options in different localities that you aren’t exactly the same person in New York that you are in London. It works by looking at the planets’ relationships to the places you’ve asked about at your birth moment. If a particular planet was especially powerful in the location noted when you were born, then the affairs that it symbolises should predominate if you travel there, reside there or even have anything to do with that location from some other place.
Location, Location, Location
Since 1976, when the now-standard Astro*Carto*Graphy* technique was introduced, wide acceptance by both the astrological community and the public has validated it.
“A relocation chart is simply an ordinary natal horoscope moved to a different location. It’s a chart cast for the same cosmic instant of birth, but looked at from another location, as if the birth happened there. The planets’ sign positions all remain the same, but they will appear in different houses at different locations, thus altering their strengths and areas of influence.”
So, if you were born in New York, for instance, and then moved to Paris, your relocation chart would have any first house planets shifted about 90 degrees clockwise into the tenth house; tenth house planets would be shifted into the seventh house, and so on, thus giving your natal chart a whole new look for your Parisian adventures.
Why do people move?
To understand how this information will be useful, perhaps we should question why people move around so much in the first place. In addition to the obvious reasons are psychological ones. Psychologists (Carl Jung especially) have suggested that people instinctively seek wholeness, or a completeness of their experience. If it’s true that different locations accent different parts of your potentials, moving offers a way to speed evolution, to get acquainted with new parts of yourself.
What if there’s a problem planet in the new location?
If you find that a location you are obliged to reside at is one in which some of the more problematical influences predominate (such as Saturn, Neptune, etc.), you should look beneath the superficial and immediate desires and concerns of your life and try to understand what emerging consciousness has brought you here.
Every location is good for something, and you would not be considering living in a difficult one for no reason.
Different people are apt to react differently to the same astrological influence. You will feel more comfortable with what you already know, so certain planets will be easier for you to live under than others.
You might find it useful to realise that, when faced with challenging astrological potentials, it is sometimes easy to “project” these onto your mate or partner, seeing the emerging parts of your own psyche as things THEY are doing. If your interpretations seem to fit your mate, realize that these things are happening because of possibilities in yourself that you aren’t ready to face, and try to develop the positive sides of the astrological potentials described.
Every place is good for something
But the most important thing to realise is that every location is good for something. If you recognise and understand its potentials, you can use them constructively. You’ll find that in some instances you don’t even have to travel or live in the location — that its influence affects you through people who come from there, or remote concerns, such as business, cultural or other life interests that symbolize those psychological potentials described by this report.
To Buy your Relocation Consultation
Along with the consultation you also get a report. The report relocates you to a different city from your birth place. It’s best if that city is more than 100 miles from your birth place. The report’s author is Jim Lewis (1941-1995). He was the pioneer and internationally recognised authority on this unique locational astrology technique.
Local space included in the consultation
If you want to move within your country, then a technique called local space is far better. Book a consultation with Pam to explore both of these options. Just £80 for an hour’s consultation. It will be recorded in video using Zoom.