chrell
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I have been playing a bit with connection charts, and there is something called "Connection Theme" and its fx "0-9 Nowhere to go", "8-1 have some fun", or "7-2 work to do"... What is the 8-1? and what means "have some fun" (as a connection theme ofcause)... I've never come across these Themes and I cant decode it....! Can anybody direct me towards understanding?
Love on

Chrell

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chrell
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Ahh..! Thank You my Angel!
What a great joke and a catchy Ryhme from the backseat passenger! I love it! I had been looking for gate,line and color relations to find the pattern but not the centers, and that there was a rhyme to it is a great bonus! Looking forward for the coming material on the subject..... Till then I'll follow the live session of the people humming the rhyme around me, and have a laugh when I hear it!
Keep spinning&Sparking
Chrell

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walking angel
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hi chrell/

Online at the HRDC on the Jovian website, there used to be an article by Richard Rudd which discussed relationships, including the rhyme you are asking about. However, I see that these articles are no longer on the website.

Here is an extract from what used to be there....

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THE DESIGN OF RELATIONSHIPS PART II - by Richard Rudd

Below is an extract from 'Relationships in a Nutshell' by Richard Rudd. This booklet is one of many exciting new products due for release by GeneKeys UK at the end of this month, set to coincide with Pluto's final transit from the 5th gate of waiting to the 26th gate of transmission. We would like to thank all of you who have waited so long for these products to emerge. No matter how much we have tried to speed up the process, the planetary programme has held us in check. Please keep your eye on our internet shop (www.genekeys.co.uk), which will have full details of all our new products from the 28th of this month.

From 'Relationships in a Nutshell'

THE RELATIONSHIP RHYME

Over the years, a short rhyme has evolved which greatly assists in the observation of relationship composite charts. This is intended as a simple guide only. One of the most important things to remember about relationships seen in the light of Human Design is that there is no choice. We draw certain people into our life through specific geometries. Then we have to deal with those relationships. In this respect there is no such thing as a good or bad relationship. Any relationship can fulfil a certain purpose, no matter how long it lasts or how easy or challenging it proves. Once you understand your own strategy, you are free from having to worry about relationships from the mental plane.

This Rhyme concerns the number of centres that are defined when two charts are put together:

9 centres defined and 0 undefined:    "Nine and O; nowhere to go"
8 centres defined and 1 undefined:   "Eight and One; have some fun"
7 centres defined and 2 undefined:   "Seven and Two; work to do"
6 centres defined and 3 undefined:   "Six and Three; better to be free"
5 centres defined and 4 undefined:   "Five and Four; not a relationship anymore"

From: The Design Of Relationships 2, Richard Rudd
http://www.hdvc.org/updates/articlesUK/RichardRudd/7-TheDesignOfRelationships2.asp
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NOTE: the above link is now dead.

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