Human Design

This article is about the school of astrology. For the approach to interactive systems development, see human-centered design.
For the 2020 Birds of Tokyo album, see Human Design (album).

Human Design is a pseudoscience[1][2] combining astrology, I Ching, Kabbalah and the Chakras.[3][4][5][6] Human Design was originated by Robert Alan Krakower who published a book called The Human Design System under the pseudonym Ra Uru Hu in 1992.[7][8] Krakower claimed that he developed the Human Design system following a mystical experience in 1987.[9][10]
[12][13][14] Human Design purports to be a self-help method which does not have any religious component.[15] It has been called “the new astrology.”[16][17]

In Human Design analysis, planets are displayed in a type of horoscope called a bodygraph. The bodygraph shows the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching at various locations on the body. It is sometimes shown within a mandala, overlaid on the 12 signs of the zodiac. Human Design also addresses dietary regimen.[18] In addition, it purports to facilitate access to bodily intelligence.[19]


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