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Chinese astronomy/astrology developed into a complex system entirely independent from Mesopotamian astronomy or astrology. The difference ranges from how the Chinese tracked objects through the night sky to the philosophical elements that made up the heavens, to their basic interpretation from what they perceived to be astrological predictions. However, the one thing both ancient cultures have in common is that they were both obsessed with finding out what made the heavens move and how their movement affected humans on Earth. Some of the earliest texts from Mesopotamia were stones inscribed with astrological data. The same can be said for the Chinese civilization. For example, some of the earliest written artifacts of Chinese civilization are found on so-called dragon bones, inscribed pieces of tortoise shell used by the ancients for divination. [Chinese Astrology]
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Chinese Astrology Love Match

Wondering what your Chinese Astrology love match says about the romantic future? Read on to find out!

Chinese astrology strongly believes that our universe consists of five basic elements: metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Chinese astrologers believe that everything, including humans, have a relationship with these five elements.

To help us understand our Chinese Astrology love match, hereˇ¦s a chart that shows each Chinese sign and its corresponding element. You'll notice that several signs also appear a second time as earth elements, however, earth's influence is minimal and secondary to the other four elements.

Chinese Elements Element Corresponding Signs

Metal Dog, Monkey and Rooster

Water Ox, Rat and Pig

Wood Dragon, Tiger and Rabbit

Fire Sheep, Horse and Snake

Earth Dragon, Rat and Ox

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Elemental Characteristics

Here are some general characteristics associated with each element:

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Earth Element People

Earth element people tend to be faithful, idealistic and ambitious. There is a kind of dual energy associated with the earth element. On the one hand, the signs associated with this element want to be treated with a certain level of importance, but they also desperately want to be treated in a very loving manner. This can be a bit of a conflict because sometimes you donˇ¦t think of meshing the two.

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Fire Element People

Magnetic and personable, fire element people want to be happy and excited about life. However, as energetic as they are, there is still a tendency for them to be a bit hypersensitive, and a tad gossipy.

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Water Element People

Imaginative with a tendency to cast a philosophical eye on lifeˇ¦s events, water element people are clever, scholarly and sometimes secretive. Itˇ¦s not usual for signs of this element to have multiple professions.

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Metal Element People

Metal element people tend to be great with numbers and, generally speaking, have a very good head for finances. They also love having an orderly and disciplined life, but not one without balance.

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Wood Element People

The wood element is associated with artists, and the people that tote this element are usually very dedicated to their professional lives. Keeping busy is extremely important to them. They also enjoy shopping and any kind of overindulgence.

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Compatibility Astrology: Chinese Astrology Love Match

So what does the Chinese Astrology love match say for who you would make a romantic connection with? Hereˇ¦s the lowdown!

* Pigs: Those born during the years of the pig have the best chance of having a love match with articulate rabbits and compassionate sheep.

* Roosters: Talented roosters make good lasting connections with patient ox, financially fortunate snakes and honest dragons.

* Sheep: Wise, gentle and compassionate sheep should look for love with talented rabbits, chivalrous pigs and passionate horses.

* Snakes: Fortunate snakes find love with quiet ox and capable roosters.

* Rabbits: Ambitious rabbits pair well with elegant sheep, loyal pigs and faithful dogs.

* Ox: Patient and quiet, ox get along best with financially stable snakes, wise roosters and clever rats.

* Dogs: Honest dogs make great romantic matches with cheerful horses, empathetic tigers and talkative rabbits.

* Monkeys: Skillful and flexible monkeys will enjoy time spent with brave dragons and intelligent rats.

* Horses: Passionate horses fair best with empathetic tigers, trustworthy dogs and gentle sheep.

* Dragons: Chinese love match wisdom says that sensitive and honest dragons get along well with intelligent rats, fortunate snakes and skillful monkeys.

* Tigers: Empathic tigers match up wonderfully with vivacious horses and courageous dragons.

* Rats: Rats are mentally dexterous and clever. As such, they match up very well with dragons, monkeys and ox.

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What If Thereˇ¦s No Match?

If youˇ¦ve checked the Chinese horoscope love matches, and donˇ¦t see your partnerˇ¦s sign paired with yours, donˇ¦t fret. Many different aspects, besides eastern and western astrology, go into having a successful relationship! If you donˇ¦t see that the two of you are linked, donˇ¦t worry. Just keep being faithful, honest, and romantically spontaneous, and things should work out well anyway!

Animals of the Chinese Astrology

Chinese Astrology 1 Animals as Symbols

Explain to the students that they will be learning about how animals can be used as symbols. Show them the pictures of the animals, birds, and insects you have collected from books or magazines. Ask the students what characteristics come to mind when they see each animal. For example, a bear might seem very powerful, a puppy playful, a deer graceful, and so forth. Mention a few common similes, such as "busy as a bee," "wise as an owl," and "sly as a fox." Ask the students to think of other animals that seem closely connected with descriptive phrases. Write the names of the animals you have discussed so far on the board, followed by the adjectives linked with them. Tell the students that the animals are often used as symbols for particular human traits. Refer to examples you have already discussed. Tell them that a picture of a bear can simply represent power or being tough. So it is a symbol for power. A picture of an owl can represent wisdom. It is a symbol of wisdom. (Of course, in reality, birds are not particularly wise!) Now go back to the original animal pictures. As you hold up each one, call upon individual students to name a trait often associated with it.

Chinese Astrology 2 The 12 Animals of the Chinese Zodiac and How They Were Chosen

Tell the students that animals are used as symbols in the Chinese calendar. Explain how the calendar is divided into 12-year cycles, each year being associated with a certain animals. Ask if they have any ideas of what the animals might be. Remind them that the Chinese would choose animals that lived in their country and with which they were familiar. This would eliminate such creatures as giraffes and hippopotami. After the students have made a few guesses, tell them that the first two in the list are the rat and the ox and that they are about to learn why this is so. Then navigate to the EDSITEment-reviewed website The Chinese Zodiac and read aloud the story of how the 12 zodiac animals were chosen. Explain that this is one of many versions of this particular tale of origins.

Remind the students of the warm-up, mentioning that animals are often used as symbols. Write the names of rat, cat, and ox on the chalkboard (or whiteboard). Then, referring to the story, ask what words (adjectives) could be used to describe each of these three animals. Write them down after the names of the animals. Have the students explain why they chose the words they did. For example, the rat is clever because it figured out how to trick the cat and the ox. Ask what each animal symbolizes. After the answers are given, tell the students that in the next Chinese Astrology they will learn about the other 10 animals of the Chinese zodiac.

Chinese Astrology 3 What do the Zodiac Animals Symbolize?

Hand out the copies of the pictures of the zodiac animals from Twilight Zone's Chinese Horoscope and the horoscope chart from Chinese Horoscope Signs and Their Corresponding Years. Use the animal names on top of the chart to identify the zodiac creatures in the picture. Explain that, like the cat, rat, and ox, each of these animals is a symbol. Brainstorm with the students until they can come up with several adjectives to describe each of the 12 animals in the picture. Now hand out copies of the chart (provided in pdf format). Write the three categories on the board as well. Have the students write down one positive and negative trait for each animal listed on their charts. Do the same on your chart on the board.

Now look up the traditional descriptions of the zodiac animals. Begin at the Chinese Zodiac available through EDSITEment-reviewed Asia Source. Click on "Haskell by the Month," then on "February," then on "Chinese New Year." Call upon different students to read aloud the description of each animal. Discuss these descriptions. Note the comical images of the animals. Now go to "Chinese Astrology: An Ancient viewpoint on temperament and personality". Click "What is Chinese Astrology?" Then click "Zodiac Sign Beanie Babies." Discuss the descriptions of the animals with the students. Ask them if they think the traits assigned to them seem appropriate or not. Click on each picture as you progress to make the figure larger. Now go to Go to the "Chinese Astrology" page at. Click on the specific animals. Read aloud the excerpts you have previously selected. Have the students look closely at the photographs of the animals. Point out that the 12 animals are portrayed somewhat differently at each of the three websites visited so far during this Chinese Astrology. (They're comical in the first, soft and cuddly in the second, and realistic in the third.) Ask the students which type of pictures they prefer and why. Draw their attention to the Chinese character, which represents the name of the animal at the end of each description. Explain that Chinese writing is very different than our own. Now go to Zodiac Fortunes and have different students read aloud this final group of descriptions.

Comment upon the similarities of the various descriptions that have been read as well as the differences. Then return to the chart you started at the beginning of the Chinese Astrology. Have the students suggest which traits (positive and negative) should be added. When this task is done, call upon different students to read aloud the information about each zodiac animal as it has been defined by the class.

Now have the students compare and contrast the characteristics of the animals on the list. For example, ask them which animals seem the most athletic, which seem more thoughtful or imaginative. Ask them if all the animals are real. (Only the dragon is not.) Try arranging the animals in groups according to whether they are farm animals, wild animals, or animals you might have at home. Some, such as the rat and rabbit, would fit into more than one category. Ask if there are other ways the animals can be compared. When you finish this activity, tell the students to keep their charts in a safe place for the next Chinese Astrology.

Chinese Astrology 4 What Sign Are You?

Review the chart made in Chinese Astrology 3. Then tell the students that they will learn more about the animal linked with the year of their birth. There will most likely be two animals represented in the class, given the span of birth dates. Consult the Chinese horoscope chart downloaded from "Twilight Zone's Chinese Horoscope" to determine which animals apply. Click on those animals. Call on students (born in the appropriate year) to read the descriptions aloud. Discuss how these traits do or don't apply to members of the class. Ask for examples, i.e., someone might described as creative, someone else as talkative. Remind the students that all people have many facets to their personalities. Remind the students that astrology is not a science but rather an amusing pastime, and that the interest in the animals of the zodiac adds another dimension to Chinese culture. Return to the sites visited in Chinese Astrology 3 and read again about the animal(s) associated with your class. Continue the discussion of how these traits do or don't seem appropriate.

Now that the students are well versed in the traits associated with their zodiac animal, have them make acrostics on large sheets of paper. Ask them to write the letters of their first names with bright markers in a column from the top to the bottom of a sheet of paper. Then have them write several adjectives or descriptive phrases after each letter. The adjective or the first word of the phrase must start with that letter. Examples of possible descriptions include the following: Loves to draw, Never gives up, A good friend, Extremely strong, etc. Students might also include a small drawing of their zodiac animal in one corner of the paper. When the acrostics are completed, you can display them on a bulletin board.

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The most startling difference between Chinese and Western astrology is the method or system the Chinese used to track the planets throughout the night sky. Each civilization was able to distinguish planets from the other stars located in the sky, but the reference points found in the sky are much different. The Western (Mesopotamian-Babylonian-Hellenistic-etc...) stellar positions are found by reference to the ecliptic, known to the Chinese as the Yellow Path, that is, an imaginary line through the heavens traced by the Sun. [Read more about Chinese Astrology] This may seem like the same thing, but the Chinese locate heavenly bodies with respect to the celestial north pole and the celestial equator (called the Red Path by the Chinese) rather than with respect to the ecliptic (termed the Yellow Path). [Chinese Astrology]

As a consequence of the two different observational systems, two kinds of astrological interpretation sprang up. In the West, astrology is based on the computations of movements of planetary bodies along the ecliptic, or zodiac. In Chinese astrology, the "lunar zodiac" has prime importance. In this the sky is divided into 28 segments, each one representing a day of the moon's path through the sky.[2] This leads us to the fact that in Chinese astrology there are many stars and constellations of importance to the Chinese astrology that are irrelevant in Western astrology.[2] This being said, a Western astronomer would have a hard time recognizing a star map produced by a Chinese astrologer, even though its the same sky!!

A cultural and philosophical difference between the astrological systems of Western and Chinese astrology has to do with the classical elements. For example, the four classical elements of the Western World-earth, air, fire, and water-are comparable to, yet contrast with, the five elements of East Asian philosophy-earth, fire, water, metal, and wood.  [Chinese Astrology] The Chinese associate these five elements with the most visible planets- Saturn (earth), Mars (fire), Mercury (water), Venus (metal), and Jupiter (wood). These elements are a basis for the astrological predictions made about the future or divination. It is surprising how totally different civilizations happened to come up with almost the same fundamental elements of the Universe.

As mentioned above, in Chinese astrology importance is situated around the moon's motion through the zodiac rather than the motion of the Sun through the zodiac. The position of the moon for different days is referred to as the "lunar mansion" in Chinese Astrology. The 28 lunar mansions are particularly important for determine which action is most appropriate for a given day. [Chinese Astrology] The lunar mansions are divided into 4 groups of 7 in relation to the seasons of the year. The groups are categorized as follows: The Green Dragon of Spring, The Black Tortoise of Winter, The White Tiger of Autumn, The Red Bird of Summer. The 28 lunar mansions constitute the oldest Chinese "zodiac". The Lunar Mansions form the traditional background for all of Chinese Astrology. However, I found it quite difficult to find an online source reliable enough to use with information about the 28 Chinese Mansions.


The most commonly known signs of Chinese astrology are the 12 signs of the Animal Zodiac. The 12 animal signs originated outside of china proper, perhaps in the northern central Asia. These 12 signs derive not from the 12 months of the year, but from the 12 years of the Jupiter cycle (Jupiter takes approximately a dozen years to complete one orbit of the sun).  [Chinese Astrology] The 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac were not as essential to the Chinese as the 28 lunar mansions were. More emphasis was put on the lunar mansions in determining the divination of something. However, more commonly known to western society are the 12 signs of the of the Animal Zodiac. These 12 signs are the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit (cat), Dragon, Snake (Serpent), Horse, Sheep (Goat), Monkey, Cock, Dog, and Pig (Boar).  [Chinese Astrology] The Animal sign associated with a person has to do with the year in the Chinese calendar the person was born. In contrast to the Western year, the Chinese year begins on variable dates (on the second new moon after the winter solstice) in late January or early February.


The comparison of Western and Asian astrology has led me to believe that even though two civilizations that were geographically separated and had very little contact were able to come up with slightly comparable astrological ideas. Yes, the actual methods the used to carry out astronomical observations and the ideas they came up with regarding astrology were different, but the overall theme of studying the heavens spans both civilizations. Things they had in common were that both civilizations attempted to predict the future and rely heavily on the heaven above to determine the outcome of life events. Is this just human nature? Why did both the Babylonians and ancient Chinese develop the same ideas with respect to the heavens? Did all ancient civilizations come to the same conclusion that the orientation of the heavens has a direct influence on our life?

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In China, instead of asking your age, people may ask you questions like "what do you belong to?" Don't ever think that you are expected to answer like "I belong to the US". You are supposed to belong to one of twelve animals! (Those are mouse, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig.) It is not that weird as you have to follow the order of a mouse or a tiger. That is Chinese Zodiac. The Chinese Zodiac is based on a twelve year cycle --- each year being represented by an animal that imparts distinct characteristics to its year. Many Chinese believe that the year of a person's birth is the primary factor in determining that person's personality traits, physical and mental attributes and degree of success and happiness throughout his lifetime. Do you want to discover the secrecy of your fate deduced from Chinese theory of fate? Just select the date you were born on the left and begin your fancy exploration in our website. While, don't take it serious if it's so great or terrible. Just for fun! Actually, in China, this is just an alternative way to say how old you are.
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Wealth Feng Shui: Wealth Feng Shui just is like the Love Feng Shui that the Chinese Fortune Teller or Feng Shui experts will provide come suggestions that can promote someone's destiny to gain more wealth. Career Horoscopes: The Career Horoscopes provide the answer about your career destiny. The Career Horoscopes will reveal about your internal tendency and how these tendencies affect your career and also provide the directions about the career that synergy your internal tendencies. Therefore you have better development in your career.
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Zodiac Compatibility: Many people concern their career destiny, the Zodiac Compatibility is part of the Chinese Astrology try to explain and reveal the fact and destiny in someone's career. The career astrology will cover what direction and field of work will suitable to who and when is the good time to adopt what kind of job that can synergy one's destiny. Love Compatibility: The love compatibility is the analysis between someone and his or her lover or spouse. The analysis will include how is their relationship or even the relationship between two families. Chinese Fortune Teller believe that the love compatibility is pre-determinate and can be revealed in their natal data(bazi) as well as the environment factor including the time frame. Even today, when many people feel hard to make decision in their love, they still will look consultancy about their love compatibility from Chinese Fortune Telling.


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More about Chinese Astrology, there are many kinds of approaches in Chinese Astrology and most of them have thousand years of history. Many people still apply these old Chinese Astrology in modern life when making critical decisions.
 

Online Chinese Astrology: Chinese Astrology Telling is one of the most accurate fortune telling methods in the world. The Chinese Astrology Telling has very long history and still is consider as a very using psychical tools as well as consultancy in many events. The Chinese Astrology Telling has different approaches including Zi Wei Dou Shu and Bazi (4-Pillar). Although, the Chinese Astrology Telling has long history, it is still popular today.

When certain two stems are together with Attraction Relationship, the energy of a certain element might increase. When two or three branches are together with Attraction Relationship, the strength of a certain element might increase, too. Stem Attraction Relationship Yang Wood and Yin Earth are next together, the strength of Earth increases. Yin Wood and Yang Metal are next together, the strength of Metal increases. Yang Fire and Yin Metal are next together, the strength of Water increases. Yin Fire and Yang Water are next together, the strength of Wood increases.

Yang Earth and Yin Water are next together, the strength of Fire increases. When Yang Wood and Yin Earth are together, Yang Wood might transform into Yang Earth if Dog, Dragon or Horse under Yang Wood and Earth Stem of Earth next to Yang Wood. When Yin Wood and Yang Metal are together, Yin Wood might transform into Yin Metal if Chicken, Sheep or Cow under Yin Wood and Stem of Metal next to Yin Wood.

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While the astrology and horoscopes of the west looks at the time of a person's birth in any given year, Chinese astrology places significance on the year itself. The Chinese zodiac is a 60 year cycle, containing five sub-cycles of twelve years, in which each consecutive year has its own animal symbol and horoscope.

If you turn twenty after the Chinese New Year in 2008, you were born in the year of the Dragon, but if this is the year that sees your 21st birthday, you were born in the year of the Rabbit. People are often referred to by their zodiac animals, so babies born this year will be Rats and expected to have personalities to match.

Legend has it that it was originally Buddha who gave the sequence of years to the dozen animals who attended the farewell meeting he called before he left the earth.

In each of its years, the animals of the Chinese zodiac have an association with one of the five elements of metal, water, wood, fire or earth. Once they have all gone through these five elements, the 60 year cycle is complete, and starts again. The elements also affect the individuals born in their years. But their basic personality traits of the animals remain the same. Here is a run down of the twelve zodiac animals and their characteristics.

From all this, you can see that Chinese Zodiac is not a predictive art as it is for western practitioners. Instead it is an art that is interpretive and philosophical. It is perhaps a way to help us understand ourselves, our partners, and all the other people in both our work and social lives.

Western Astrology is very different from Chinese astrology. Chinese Zodiac is arguably the most developed and the most followed branch of astrology in the world. The portion of Chinese astrology that the Western world is most familiar with is the Chinese Horoscopes.


All bout Chinese Horoscope, Chinese Astrology (Chinese Horoscopes, Numerology), Chinese Zodiac, Love Compatibility, Numerology, Chinese Horoscopes, Bazi, Fortune Telling, Chinese Astrology, Psychic Reading and Chinese Prediction. Chinese Astrology Telling (Chinese Astrology, Chinese Horoscope, Numerology) is one of the oldest Astrology approaches utilized to describes one's past, present and future. It attempts to explain why one person's fortune is so different from another's. Why do some people have good fortune, social position, riches or long life, while some others are unlucky, suffer tragedies, are poor or die young? The fortune is controlled by one's horoscope.

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More you can find in Chinese Astrology. The twelve Chinese horoscope signs are represented by twelve carefully chosen animals. These are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep (or Goat), Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Together, the signs are part of a 12-year astrological cycle and your sign will depend on which year you were born. Note that the years are Chinese years so each year begins on Chinese New Year rather than 1st January.

The Chinese Astrology is first divided into the five elements: Metal, Earth, Fire, Wood and Water. Then it's divided into the 12 animal signs, so people who have the same sign can have different elemental influences which can bring in different qualities. Briefly...

Metal People are determined, ambitious, self-reliant and good problem-solvers.

Earth People are logical, intelligent, reliable and make good planners and administrators.

Fire People are confident, adventurous, good decision-makers and natural-born leaders.

Wood People have high morals, make very good friends, are unselfish and have faith in their abilities.

Water People are very good communicators, flexible in their thinking and have excellent intuition.

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Not long after that, the sheep, monkey and rooster reached the bank of the river together. These three animals had helped each other all through the race. The rooster had found some logs tied together, and invited the other two creatures to go with it. The sheep and the monkey had worked together to clear the weeds, pulled and pushed and eventually managed to get to the other side. This cooperation greatly pleased the Emperor and he promptly declared that the sheep was eighth, the monkey ninth, and the rooster tenth.

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4) Analysis of fortune in particular topic in either Love, Luck, Family, Career, Money or others
5) Annual Fortune Telling in the particular topic for the coming year
6) Auspicious and Unauspicious Locations for the coming year
7) Auspicious and Unauspicious Colors for the coming year
8) Lucky Numbers for the coming year

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The Twelve particular topics: Life Destiny, Love (Marriage), Career, Finance (Wealth), Health, Luck (Happiness), Parents, Children, Property (Real Estate), Friendship, Siblings and Travel.


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