The analysis begins with a look at your year sign, which is the primary sign inChinese astrology. This sign forms the basis of your personality. It is one of 12animal signs used in Four Pillars, to include Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake,Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.In all you have four signs, the other three representing your month, day and hour of birth. The characteristics of these will modify many of the original observations. And,if two of your secondary signs are the same, the sign that appears twice couldactually dominate your personality. By the way, the month section includes theimpact of your Western sign, as it is month-based. Since the Chinese believe theconstellation that rules your day of birth contributes to your personality, it is thusincluded in the day section. An important fact to note is that the Chinese astrological cycle is 60 years long, thusyielding that number of signs overall. Each actually consists of two Chinesecharacters, one for one of the 12 animals and another for each of five elements,Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water, yielding a total of 60 (twelve times five) signs.These are termed combined signs in this report.This large number of combinations make it possible to learn a great many thingsabout you and your life. Please keep in mind, however, this idea: your chart can onlytell you about a particular strength, weakness or potentiality. It is up to you to takeadvantage of the information, to wisely use your strengths and compensate for weaknesses. Yes, Chinese astrology does outline the parameters of your life, but it isultimately you who determines your fortune and destiny. And, you can do that better if you are conscious of the roots of your behavior.Now begin a unique journey into yourself.
Primary (Year) Sign Description
This section has three parts. The first notes some facts about your sign. The seconddescribes your personality, first by stating your salient characteristics, then your preferred means for making decisions, then positive and negative personality traits,and finally the qualities you admire and those you dislike. The third identifies how theelement ruling your year of birth modifies the basic personality of your year sign.
The OxBasic facts about your year sign
Chinese name for your sign: NIURanking order in the Chinese zodiac: SecondLunar years of the Ox:
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