Chinese astrology bears a close relation with Chinese Philosophy and the theory of three harmonies of heaven, earth and water. This ancient wisdom is based on a 12-year mathematical cycle, where each year is represented by an animal symbol. These 12 animal symbols are the very foundation of Chinese Astrology. These animal symbols include Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. In some texts, Goat may be termed as Sheep, while the Pig may be termed as Boar. Each of these animal symbol is assigned certain years, and hence it’s one’s year of birth that essentially decides one’s Chinese Sign. Moreover apart from the years, other chronological elements including months, days, and hours are also assigned to these 12 animal symbols. Besides the aforementioned aspect, the balance theory of Yin-Yang, Wu Sing teachings and five elements – metal, wood, fire, earth, air and wood are also a major part of this discipline. As per the Chinese astrology, all of these aspects can be used to define the past, present and future of a person, and can be used to come up with powerful and accurate predictions of a person’s personal characteristics as well as the future.
Elegant and innovative, the Rats like to experiment and ideate along with working out the possible logistics. Usually, they may appear to be shy and reserved. But, well that’s not how they actually are.
A Boar is somebody who is honest, sincere and courageous. Although they may come across as snobbish people, they are quite easy-going and humble in real. Boars are gifted with a great endurance level.
The animal sign, which loves to be under the spotlight and take the centre stage, is Dragon. Their energy level and enthusiasm are worth envying for. A Dragon’s optimistic attitude towards life is his formula to
Extremely clever, jovial, flexible and extraordinarily creative are all those born during a Monkey year. They may surprise you with their presence of mind, sharp observations and intellectual discussions.
Fearless and adventurous are the key words that can be associated with Roosters or chicken as they are also called. Always protective about their near and dear ones, they are ready to fight for any
The Snake personality, according to the Chinese zodiac, can be called the most mysterious of all. They prefer to follow their own instincts rather than depending on others’ opinions. They have an
A courageous protector, with a rebellious nature is how the Chinese Astrology describes the personality of a person born in a Tiger year. Hailing from the cat family, Tigers love to be surrounded by pets,
Their irresistible charm and straightforwardness make the Dogs the most likeable personalities in the entire Chinese Zodiac. Just like the animal that represents them, the people born under a Dog year are
‘Slow and steady wins the race’, is the adage that aptly suits the Ox. Their unmatchable determination and willpower to meet success, is what makes them what they are industrious individuals. An Ox is always
Rabbits are the luckiest of all the twelve Sun signs. Rabbit men may often be tagged as gentleman because of their chivalrous and courteous nature. Calm and cool-headed, the Rabbits are kind and gentle with