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Chinese Astrology

According to the Chinese system of astrology, there is a sixty year cycle of time and the year of birth of a person indicates a certain phase or aspect of this cycle.

Chinese Astrology Signs

Your Chinese Astrology Sign corresponds to the year you are born.

Chinese Horoscope for RatChinese Horoscope Rat

1900
1912
1924
1936
1948
1960
1972
1984
1996
2008

Chinese Horoscope for OxChinese Horoscope Ox

1901
1913
1925
1937
1949
1961
1973
1985
1997
2009

Chinese Horoscope for TigerChinese Horoscope Tiger

1902
1914
1926
1938
1950
1962
1974
1986
1998
2010

Chinese Horoscope for RabbitChinese Horoscope Rabbit

1903
1915
1927
1939
1951
1963
1975
1987
1999
2011

Chinese Horoscope for DragonChinese Horoscope Dragon

1904
1916
1928
1940
1952
1964
1976
1988
2000
2012

Chinese Horoscope for SnakeChinese Horoscope Snake

1905
1917
1929
1941
1953
1965
1977
1989
2001
2013

Chinese Horoscope for HorseChinese Horoscope Horse

1906
1918
1930
1942
1954
1966
1978
1990
2002
2014

Chinese Horoscope for SheepChinese Horoscope Sheep

1907
1919
1931
1943
1955
1967
1979
1991
2003
2015

Chinese Horoscope for MonkeyChinese Horoscope Monkey

1908
1920
1932
1944
1956
1968
1980
1992
2004
2016

Chinese Horoscope for RoosterChinese Horoscope Rooster

1909
1921
1933
1945
1957
1969
1981
1993
2005
2017

Chinese Horoscope for DogChinese Horoscope Dog

1910
1922
1934
1946
1958
1970
1982
1994
2006
2018

Chinese Horoscope for PigChinese Horoscope Pig

1911
1923
1935
1947
1959
1971
1983
1995
2007
2019

 

I Ching (Yi Ching)

The Classic of Changes, more commonly known as the I Ching, is one of the Five Classics of Chinese Psychic that has its roots back to ancient China. It is one of the fundamental books of Confucianism, with an age of more than 3000 years old. The symbols of divination that are recorded in the book are over 5000 years old, thus making it one of the oldest surviving books in the world and also the oldest form of divination. Asians have been dependant on it as a spiritual resource and oracle. Recent times have seen the West reading and using it too. This might be due to the fact that the I Ching has an uncanny ability to give detailed insights to those who study it diligently.

Practicing the I Ching would involve casting coins or yarrow stalks, so as to construct a hexagram (with six lines), these lines would either represent Yin (the feminine force) or Yang (the masculine force). These resulting lines would then be looked up in the I Ching, which would then be interpreted with a passage describing what each line means.

In the I Ching, there are at least 64 possible hexagrams. And that's not all, each of these hexagrams can be further broken down into groups of 3 lines(trigrams). The most amazing thing in I Ching is that each of these six lines, may be indicating that it is about to change from Yin to Yang or Yang to Yin. But did you know that by inverting each of these changing lines, we can also generate another hexagram which would depict our immediate future.

The I Ching was written in Chinese for ancient China. So how is it possible that the West would be able to make use of it? Never fear. A popular and commonly used English translation of the I Ching (or Yi Ching) was by Cary Baynes, written in 1951. It was translated from a German translation by Richard Wilhelm in 1923, it is very poetic and beautiful to read, the text has been influenced by Wilhelm's addition of Christian values into the Confucian text. There is another English version of the I Ching which is not read through these parameters. It is based on the oldest scholarly English translation written by James Legge in 1882 . This translation has kept close context to the main Chinese text.

HOW IT WORKS

  1. Lines are numbered from 1 at the bottom to 6 at the top, with the divided lines being Yin and undivided lines, Yang.
  2. Black lines represents new and unchanging, while the gray lines represents old and changing.

The Chinese people have also developed their own kind of astrology. To find out more about this ancient astrology please click on Chinese Astrology.

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