Chinese Astrology

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Year of the Rabbit

Your dreams and wishes can come true in the year of the Rabbit, and for those who have been wishing for a long time, this is the year for you....

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Soul Mates & Chinese Astrology

The Law of attraction tells us that certain souls seek each other out and neither race, nor creed, nor family background or any variety of differences will deflect certain karmic connections. ...

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Introduction To Chinese Astrology

Chinese astrology was formed by Buddha. To celebrate the Chinese new year Buddha invited 12 animals to a race and the order in which they would arrive would determine their place in the Chinese zodiac....

Pig

The Pig

The 12th and last position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Pig. The Pig is a warm compassionate and gentle sign....

Dog

The Dog

Occupying the 11th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Dog. The Dog has great loyally towards those they love and is extremely fierce towards their loved ones enemies. ...

rooster

The Rooster

The Rooster takes tenth position by Buddha's side in the Chinese Zodiac, this is a position of strength, attention, and honor. ...

monkey

The Monkey

The Monkey occupies the ninth position by Buddha's side, the Monkey possesses such character traits as mischievousness, curiosity, intelligence and resourcefulness. ...

goat

The Goat

The eighth position in the Chinese zodiac is associated with serenity and peace. These souls learn the lesson of “propriety”. ...

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The Horse

The seventh position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Horse, This represents vitality youthfulness and freedom, those souls born into the year of the Horse learn the lesson of decisiveness....

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The Snake

The Snake holds the eighth position in the Chinese Zodiac, is charming, popular and charismatic, Snakes move quietly among people exuding a magnetic energy, they are always well mannered and dignified. ...

dragon

The Dragon

The fifth position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Dragon, denotes mystery, power and vitality. In China Dragons are mythical being who command the forces of nature. ...

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The Rabbit

The fourth position is the Chinese zodiac, the Rabbit. The Rabbit is one of harmony, creativity and good judgment. ...

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The Tiger

The third position in the Chinese zodiac, the Tiger, denotes such traits as nubile, honorable, extreme and rebellious. ...

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The Ox

The second position by Buddha's side, the Ox, is one of strength, patience and physical endurance....