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Introduction To Chinese Zodiac

Introduction To Chinese Zodiac

The Chinese Zodiac was once a method of counting the years. After growth of 1000's of years, the Chinese Zodiac turns into a form of astrology. Chinese astrology is based on a twelve-12 Baby Gender prediction Chart months lunar cycle. Each of the 12 years is introduced by an animal. Which animal you belong to is determined by the year wherein you were born. To be accurate about your born year, you must use a Chinese calendar. Every sign is ascribed a set of attributes the Chinese imagine comprise the character of each specific animal.

Some scholars consider that the origin of Chinese Astrology is from the zootheism. The 12 animals in Chinese Zodiac are all associated closely to human life. Half of the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals live with human: ox, sheep, horse, pig, dog and Rooster. Five of them are related intently to human life: tiger, rabbit, monkey, rat and snake. And the last one-the image of the spirit of China- the dragon.

The Chinese imagine that the world is made of five parts: Wooden, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. These are modifiers and affect the characteristics of each of the 12 animal signs. Thus, every of the 12 animals is ruled by an element plus a Yin Yang Direction.

If a Chinese ask you: "what do you belong to?" It means which animal signal you belong to within the 12 Chinese Zodiacs. In China, this can be a polite strategy to ask how old you are.

2.08 is the year of Earth Rat, the start of the 12-yr cycle in Chinese Astrology. We provide free yearly horoscope for every sign. But first, it's important to find out which zodiac signal you belong to.
               
 
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