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Posts filed under 'Chinese Zodiac'

[INFOGRAPHIC]: What will the Year of the Water Snake mean for you?

The Chinese Zodiac contains 12 animals which rotate on a yearly basis, along with five year element cycles. 2013 is the year of the Water Snake, because the current Chinese Zodiac element is water. Since many of our visitors were curious to find out...(more)

Chinese Zodiac Signs - The 12 Animals

The Chinese Zodiac is divided into 12 cycles where years are represented by animals instead of months, as shown in Western Horoscopes. The Chinese Zodiac is a unique way to discover additional personality traits about you. The 12 animals that are listed...(more)

What will the Year of the Water Snake mean for you?

Stay Connected -          What will the Year of the Water Snake mean for you? February 10, 2013 marks the beginning of the Year of the Water Snake according to Chinese Zodiac. The last Water Snake year...(more)

Tiger, Horse and Dog Compatibility — Chinese Zodiac Third Trine

The Third Trine The 12 signs of the Ming Shui (Circle of Animals) of the Chinese Zodiac are split into four groups of three animals each. These divisions are referred to as “trines.” Each trine contains animals that are not sequential in...(more)

History of the Chinese Zodiac

Like many others, my introduction to the Chinese Zodiac was somewhat prosaic and was while I was eating a meal.  Looking down at my placemat I quickly found my own animal symbol and read through how I was expected to act when dealing with...(more)

Ox, Snake and Rooster Compatibility — Chinese Zodiac Second Trine

The Second Trine The 12 signs of the Ming Shui (Circle of Animals) of the Chinese Zodiac are split into four groups of three animals each. These divisions are referred to as “trines.” Each trine contains animals that are not sequential in...(more)

Mythology Of The Ming Sui (Circle Of Animals)

Mythology Of The Ming Sui (Circle Of Animals) There exist different variations on how the Circle of Animals came into being. The most common variation goes something like this: The Circle Of Animals Is Called Once upon a time, when the World was...(more)

Year of the Dragon — 2012 and Those Born in It

Welcome To The Year of The Dragon In 2012 the world joins in the celebration of the year of the Dragon. The Dragon is a mythological animal that occupies the fifth position in the Chinese Zodiac. One of the strongest of the zodiac signs, it commands a...(more)

Goat, Rabbit and Pig Compatibility — Chinese Zodiac Fourth Trine

Stay Connected -          The Fourth Trine The 12 signs of the Ming Shui (Circle of Animals) of the Chinese Zodiac are split into four groups of three animals each. These divisions are referred to as...(more)

Rats, Monkeys, and Dragons Compatibility — Chinese Zodiac First Trine

The First Trine The 12 signs of the Ming Shui (Circle of Animals) of the Chinese Zodiac are split into four groups of three animals each. These divisions are referred to as “trines.” Each trine contains animals that are not sequential in...(more)

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