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CHINESE HOROSCOPE
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The Chinese Zodiac is a powerful melange of Taoism, I-Ching, or Book of Change, the teaching of Lao Tze and Confucius and the final touch from the disciples of Buddha.

The elements or agents of Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth together with Taoist teachings of Yin and Yang and the animal signs brought by Buddhist influence makes the Chinese Zodiac prediction a complete method of analyzing why the Past happened and what the Future has in store for you and how to reach a balance in life.

It blends the ancient elements of the I-Ching which is an oracle that dates back as far as 2,500 BC and was enriched by the teachings of various sages like Fu Xi, King Wen, the Duke of Zhoa and finally Confucius who is said to have lived from 551 ?479 BC.

Many have said that Buddha summons the animals of the Earth and to the 12 that came, He honored each with a Lunar month. Buddha lived in India around the 6th century BC and His teachings came to the Chinese Courts around the late, Han Dynasty around 25-220 AD. It is obvious therefore an influence from the great Prophets teachings from India added another facet to the ancient form of Prediction and provided it with further accuracy.

Like everything in Life from great wisdom and heritage such as this, ensuing philosophers and seers observed and further added to this intricate skein and presented to it greater understanding and enlightenment.

By the movement of Jupiter around the Sun of our solar system, discover the meanings of the 12 signs of the Chinese Horoscope and how they relate to you.

Allow me to present to you my own discovery of this great form of predictions ?The Chinese Zodiac

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The Rat

The Ox

The Tiger The Rabbit
The Dragon

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The Snake
The Horse The Sheep
The Monkey

The Rooster

The Dog The Boar