Chinese Astrology For 2015
Chinese Astrology: An ancient viewpoint on temperament and personality
If you have ever eaten in a Chinese Restaurant you have probably seen the Chinese Zodiac on a placemat. But what else do you know about Chinese Astrology? The purpose of this lens is to provide a simplified introduction to Chinese Astrology for the Western Audience.
The Chinese Lunar Calendar has a sixty year cycle. According to the Chinese Horoscope, the 60-year cycle consists of two separate cycles combining with each other. The first is the cycle of ten heavenly stems referred to as the Five Elements which make up all matter (in order the elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water) in their Yin and Yang forms. The second is the cycle of the twelve Chinese Zodiac animal signs or Earthly Branches.
The current cycle began in the year 1984.
The New Year of the Wood Goat
February 19, 2015 - February 7, 2016
A Unique Synthesis of the World's Two Great Astrological Systems
Eastern Astrology Differs from Western
Eastern astrology differs from western astrology in that it's not so much a predictive science, as a practical philosophy and interpretive art. It's about the fascinating characteristics and possibilities which your birth year has bestowed upon you, to help you define your character traits and fundamental nature.
With this basic understanding of yourself and those around you, you have an excellent chance at directing and molding your own destiny & life choices.
Five Element Chinese Astrology
Which Sign Are You? - Chinese Astrology Signs
The last time I checked, the Dragon is the most clicked. To see the voting results, enter your response.
The Eastern zodiac is the oldest known horoscope system in the world. With origins tracing back to 2637 B.C. Chinese Astrology can reveal some amazing information about your character, lifestyle, and emotional makeup.
Each animal designation has an important and needed place in the universe. As the Chinese say, "this is the animal that hides in your heart."
The Chinese year ends on the first new moon of the following year. For those of you born in January and February please take care when determining your sign.
Which Sign are you?
Learn More About Chinese New Year
- chinese new year
CHINESE NEW YEAR Chinese New Year starts with the NewMoon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15days later. The 15th day of the new year is called the LanternFestival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays andchild
- Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year begins on February 7, 2008. The Chinese Lunar New Year is the longest chronological record in history, dating from 2600 BC, when the Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the zodiac. The Chinese Lunar
Year of the Wood Goat
- 2015 Wood Goat - ChineseAstrology.com
The New Year of the Wood Goat
Movies for the Chinese New Year
This 1990s drama film has a young woman inherits her father's fireworks factory, as he had no son. The business does well and everything works in an orderly fashion until one day an itinerant painter is hired to decorate the doors and vases at the factory for Chinese New Year.
This engaging Chinese romantic, comedy-drama film examines a post-WWII American phenomenon where, after years of strict immigration laws and forced separation of spouses, Chinese immigrants were finally able to bring their mates to the US.
Eat a Bowl of Tea is a 1989 film directed by Wayne Wang based on the novel of the same name by Louis Chu.
Eat A Bowl Of Tea - Trailer
A reviewer writes "Raise the Red Lantern is a thinking, engrossing movie that dispenses with special effects and overwhelming scores and concentrates on story and acting. Zhang Yimou is famous for delivering biting criticism of the oppressive, delusional aspects of Chinese society. Raise the Red Lantern shows one very strong, independent woman's attempt to overcome thousands of years of historic oppression in early 20th ca China."
Links To Sites About Asian Astrology
- Chinese astrology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chinese astrology From Wikipedia, Astrology Background History of astrology
- Holy Mountain Asian Astrology
Information about Chinese Astrology
- Holy Mountain's Chinese Year Chart
Chinese Astrology Year Chart showing the principles governing each element and sign.
Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui
- Chinese Astrology & Feng Shui
Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui are intertwined - a person's astrological characteristics are used in many schools of Feng Shu Practice.
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