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Chinese Fortune Telling since prehistoric times this art was formally established as a way to gain knowledge pertaining to your future. During the second century B.C. most Chinese fortune tellers relied on writings of a Tang Dynasty court official named Chinese Horoscope. He devised horoscopes using combinations of the Five Elements, and the Ten Heavenly Stems, and the Twelve Terrestrial Branches. To obtain a personˇ¦s fortune his system needed to use the Six Characters which denoted the year, month and day of a particular person's birth.

The official government's manual was published by the Board of Rites in 1683 with an updated version in 1741 containing thirty-six books entitled Online Fortune Teller. Nowadays, the most recognized fortune-telling manual of China is the two-volume work Chinese Fortune Telling. In it are found all of the essential formulas, regulations, and methods of divination in combination with the many techniques used throughout different parts of China.

Another way of Chinese Astrology somebody's fortune that dates back into antiquity with the Chinese is the technique used by Chinese Fortune Telling. The can tell fortunes by studying their clientˇ¦s facial features. The ears and eyes and mouth, as well as the nose and eyebrows and forehead and cheeks along with the chin match up with the Five Sacred Mountains, the Four Great Rivers, the Five Planets, and the Six Stars. Our senses; and hand and fingers; our stature and frame, all relate to various fixed value in the numerological Order of Heaven and Earth.

A Chinese Fortune Telling(Chinese Astrology) computes the relations and oppositions of all these factors and can foresee good or bad luck. He can also determine your probable length of life, your fortune in marriage and whether or not you will have children.


The major elements in the Green Monkey are Wood and Metal in Chinese Fortune Telling. According to the Five Element Relationship, we know there is a conflict between Wood and Metal. So the disputes and arguments are there for many people in Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007. Fortunately, there are some Water inside the Monkey. Water is the key to make Wood and Metal get along peacefully. The reason is from Five Element relationships. Metal supports Water. Water supports Wood. A Water person is a good friend of a Metal and a Wood person. So Metal people and Wood people have the chance to shake hands. Water stands for wisdom in Chinese astrology. That means it always has a solution for the disagreement from Wood and Metal using your wisdom(Water) in Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008.

The Chinese Fortune Telling prediction for people's luck on this web site is using the Five Elements, not the yearly animal sign you were born. So you need to know your Lucky Element first to follow the following explanation.

If your lucky element is Wood, then your luck is good in the beginning of the year according to Chinese Astrology. For example, your business or relationship with people will go well in the first half of Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, the second half of Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007 will slow down the progress by some kind of disagreement. If your lucky element is Metal, then you will have bad start and struggle with your work or with people relationships, but the result will turn out well in the end of year. Basically, many people have 50% luck in Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007. To know if you have complete good luck about Chinese Fortune Telling, you need to study the Green Monkey relationship with your birth chart using the Stem and Branch relationships, which is not always easy.


Many of these types of fortune-tellers were apparently blind old men led around by a young boy. Some of them had a harp upon which they would occasionally play as they walked slowly along the street. Others carried a rattle made of two small pieces of wood for Chinese Fortune Telling. When Fortune Teller was struck together they indicated the approach or presence of a fortune-teller.

The most popular fortune-telling system in China seems to be that of the Eight Cyclic Characters. Parents of a new-born or young child present the child's characters for interpretation to a fortune-teller who prepares a Chinese Horoscope(Chinese Fortune Telling). The preparation of these horoscopes involves the cross-referencing of the Eight Cyclic Characters with animal signs of the zodiac.

Actual date of origin of Chinese Fortune Telling and Chinese Zodiac are not known. Some of the scholars place its origin between Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 and Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 Online Fortune Teller. It is said that the Astrology in China was all prevalent around the time of the middle ages. The Chinese Zodiac consists of a 12-year cycle; each year of the cycle is named after a different animal that gives different and distinct characteristics to its year. A 13th "leap" year is periodically added to keep the system in balance. According to one myth, a Chinese emperor invited all the friends of the forest to a New Year party, he was expecting many guests, but only twelve animals came. The rat was first, followed by the ox, and so on.

The emperor honored the animals by naming the years after them. Another Chinese Fortune Telling suggests that more than five centuries before the birth of Christ, when Chinese Astrology was at it's peak, the dying Buddha asked all the animals of the world to come before him to bid them farewell, for which they would receive gifts. Most of the animals failing to comprehend the reason behind the request, failed to arrive before the Buddha. Those who did appear before the Buddha, however, were only 12 in number.

These twelve animals of Chinese Zodiac are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. These twelve animals came to represent the Chinese zodiac cycle; each presiding over one year in the same orders in which they arrived in the meeting. According to popular Chinese belief of Chinese Fortune Telling, the year of a person's birth is the primary factor in determining that personˇ¦s personality traits, physical and mental attributes, abilities and degree of success and happiness throughout his or her lifetime. Events and occurrences in a given year are influenced by the nature of that year's animal.



Chinese Fortune Telling were the years mixing Fire and Water, which are hostile each other. Past two years weren't peaceful for many areas in the world. World economics kept struggling for recovery. Many people worried about loosing their jobs. Basically, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007 and Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 are the cycle of Fire. Fire is the supporting element of Earth, any business something to do with to Fire or Earth had better luck during these years. For example, real estate (Earth) related business had a pretty good money luck in the past three years. The Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 is the beginning of Metal cycle. Now itˇ¦s the turn for the Metal business. Metal stands for gold, jewelry or money. Therefore the financial business will boom in these coming two years. You can see the mother nature is very fair. Everyone takes turn to share the luck.
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The Chinese New Year day is on January 22nd based on Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009. Because this is a new moon day, it is the first day of the first Chinese lunar month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar system and Chinese Fortune Telling. The new moon time is at 05:05 on 22-Jan-04 in China time zone. However, the new moon time is at 13:05 of 21-Jan-04 in the US Pacific Standard Time and also at 10:05 of 21-Jan-04 in the US Eastern Standard Time, so the Chinese New Year day is on January 21st, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 for USA time zones.

In China, the first day of the Green Monkey Year is February 4th, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 in the Chinese Fortune Telling Calendar system, because February 4th, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 is the first day of Tiger month and the Tiger month is the first month of a year in  Online Fortune Teller and Chinese Fortune-Telling Calendar system.

In the Chinese Fortune Telling(Chinese Horoscope) calendar, the first day of the first month, Tiger month, is called ˇ§Start of Springˇ¨, which is when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. In the China time zone, the time of Start of Spring is at 02-04 19:56. So the first day of the Green Monkey year Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 is on 04-Feb-03. For USA, the time of Start of Spring is on 02-03 at 03:56 Online Fortune Teller, therefore the first day of Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 Chinese astrology calendar in USA is same to China time zone. If a baby was born on or after the Start of Spring, then she or he is a Green Monkey in the family.


The Year Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 (Green Monkey) is the 4701st Chinese year. The Chinese believe that the first king(Fortune Telling) of China was the Yellow King (he was not the first emperor of China). The Yellow King became king in 2697 B.C., therefore China will enter the 4701st year on February 4th, Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009. Also, the Chinese Year uses the cycle of 60 Stem-Branch counting systems and the Chinese Fortune Telling is the 21st Stem-Branch in the cycle. Since 4700 = (60 *78) + 21, therefore this Green Monkey Year is the 4701st Chinese Year.


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Some Chinese Horoscope web sites say the year Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 is the 4702nd Chinese year. If you cannot find the explanation, here is a possible answer for you. The Yellow King's inauguration was held in the spring of 2697 B.C. But the calendar of Yellow King used the winter solstice day as the first day of the year. So the first winter solstice was on around December 23rd, 2698 B.C. Today's January 1st means nothing to Yellow King and Chinese Fortune Telling. If we count that extra eight days in 2698 B.C. for a year, then year Chinese Astrology 2007, Chinese Horoscope 2007, Chinese Zodiac 2007, Chinese Astrology 2008, Chinese Horoscope 2008, Chinese Zodiac 2008 and Chinese Astrology 2009, Chinese Horoscope 2009, Chinese Zodiac 2009 is the 4702nd Chinese year.

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Another popular legend has it that a race was used to decide the animals to report to the Jade Emperor: All the animals lined up on the bank of a river and were given the task of getting to the opposite shore. Their order in the calendar would be set by the order in which the animals managed to reach the other side. The cat wondered how he would get across if he was afraid of water. At the same time, the ox wondered how he would cross with his poor eyesight. The calculating rat suggested that he and the cat jump onto the ox's back and guide him across. The ox was steady and hard-working so that he did not notice a commotion on his back. In the meanwhile, the rat snuck up behind the unsuspecting cat and shoved him into the water. Just as the ox came ashore, the rat jumped off and finished the race first. The lazy pig came to the far shore in twelfth place. And so the rat got the first year named after him, the ox got the second year, and the pig ended up as the last year in the cycle. The cat finished too late (thirteenth) to win any place in the calendar, and vowed to be the enemy of the rat forevermore. Some versions of the tale say that the cattle nominated a water buffalo to represent them because he was more proficient at water. The trade was acceptable because both animals are members of the family of bovid. Another expands the race; the route ran through a forest, over ranges of plains and grasslands, and along a stream, before finally crossing a lake to the destination town. Yet another variation tells of two different races. The first involved all the animals, in two divisions to avoid the fast animals dominating the top, and the top six in each division would ""make the cut"" for a second round, which would then determine the order of placement of the animals in the zodiac. This format is rather like the one that the National Football League uses to determine its playoff teams (six from each conference). There is also a cycle of the Five Elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal (Gold), Water) on top of the cycle of animals. A person's year sign can be a gold dragon, a wood rooster etc. In ancient match-making practice in China, couples were brought together according to their compatible signs. For example, it is believed that dog and dog don't get along, but dog and pig do; a water dog supports a wood pig but dominates a fire pig in their relationship because water benefits wood, but controls fire according to the Chinese five elements' interaction. The elements are also associated with colors, the traditional correspondence being green to Wood, red to Fire, brown to Earth, white to Metal, and black to Water. Some websites denote the years by the color and zodiac sign (as opposed to animal sign and element). The elements are combined with the binary Yin Yang cycle, which enlarges the element cycle to a cycle of ten. Even years are yang, odd years are yin. Since the zodiac animal cycle of 12 is divisible by two, every zodiac can only occur in either yin or yang: the dragon is always yang, the snake is always yin, etc. This combination creates a 60-year cycle, starting with Wood Rat and ending with Water Pig. The current cycle began in the year 1984. Since the (traditional) Chinese zodiac follows the Chinese calendar, the switch over date for the zodiac signs is the Chinese New Year, not January 1 as in the Gregorian calendar. Therefore, a person that was born in January or early February may have the sign of the previous year. For example, 1990 was the year of the horse, but anyone born from January 1 to January 25, 1990 was born in the year of the snake (the sign of the previous year), because the 1990 year of the horse began on January 26, 1990.
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called the five major planets by the names of the Five Elements. Venus is Metal (gold); Jupiter is Wood; Mercury is Water; Mars is Fire; Saturn is Earth. The position of the five planets, the sun, the moon and comets in the sky and the Chinese zodiac sign at the time a person was born determine the destiny of a person's life according to the Chinese astrology. A laborious system of computing one's fate and destiny based on one birthday and birth hours (known as Zi Wei Dou Shu) is still used regularly in modern day Chinese astrology. The twenty-eight Chinese constellations are quite different from the eighty-eight Western constellations. For example, the big dipper is known as dou; the belt of Orion is known as shen, or the ""Happiness, Fortune, Longevity"" trio of demigods. The seven northern constellations are referred to as xuanw?, Xuan Wu is also known as the spirit of the northern sky or the spirit of Water in Taoism belief. In addition to astrological readings of the heavenly bodies, the stars in the sky form the basis of many fairy tales. For example, the Summer Triangle is the trio of the cowherd (Altair), the spinster maid fairy (Vega) and the ""tai bai"" fairy (Deneb). The two forbidden lovers were separated by the silvery river (the Milky Way). Each year on the seventh day of the seventh month in the Chinese calendar, the birds form a bridge across the Milky Way. The cowherd carries their two sons (the two stars on each side of Altair) across the bridge to reunite with their fairy mother. The tai bai fairy acts as the chaperone of these two immortal lovers. See Qi Xi for more versions of this story. Chinese Zodiac The twelve zodiac animal signs are, in order, the mouse, ox (buffalo), tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep (or goat), monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. There are many legends to explain the beginning of the zodiac (see Origins of the Chinese Zodiac). One of the most popular reads, in summarized form, as follows: The rat was given the task to invite the animals to report to the Jade Emperor to be selected for the zodiac signs. The cat was a good friend of the rat, but the rat forgot to invite him. So the cat vowed to be the rat's natural enemy for ages to come. ˇ@ <<>> Wednesday, Aug 9, 2006 Chinese Astrology Zi Wei Dou Shu Ba Zi Yi Jing(I Ching) Chinese Zodiac

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How to determine if you need a Chinese Zodiac Consultation?
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By far the most important place to Online Fortune Teller is your home! Your home, after all, is you castle! It is the backbone, the support & the foundation of your life. Ultimately, the quality of your life, its success, balance and happiness will depend on the quality of this foundation! Tell us about your Chinese Zodiac issues & priorities and we will custom design your consultation:
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What is Zi Wei Dou Shu ? This is where you find out more about the elusive Chinese Astrology system known as the Zi Wei Dou Shu. The Tzu Wei star is variously known as the Purple Star, the Purple Planet or the Pole Star. Dating from the T'ang Dynasty (Chinese Fortune Telling ), it was first recorded by the master Astrologer Ch'en T'u Nan aka Ch'an Tze Yee, during the Sung Dynasty (960-1280 AD). In Chinese Astrology and Astronomy(Fortune Teller, Zi Wei Dou Shu), the Pole Star stands as the symbol of imperial stability not unlike the importance of the Pole Star in the Western Great Bear Constellation. The Big Dipper is a part of the Great Bear -- a constellation within a constellation. Although the Tzu Wei star itself can be equated with the Pole Star, the other stars in the group do not correspond to other stars in the Great Bear (or Dipper) Constellation. The other stars are mostly, if not all, imaginary. Thus, in this manner, the Pole Star is the centre of the Chinese Astronomical system and the Astrological calendar. Its two closest constellations -- Ursa Major and Ursa Minor -- are seen as the North and South Measures, the measures of each person's life-span. The God of Birth is found in the Southern Measure and the God of Death, in the Northern Measure. At the centre of the entire (Chinese) Universe, stands the Pole Star. All other stars used in the Tzu Wei system are there because of their relation to the all important Pole Star. The Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches of any eight-character horoscope (known as the Part-Chi, in Chinese -- Part meaning 'eight', Chi meaning 'character', thus called the 'Part-Chi') consist details of a person's birth day, month, year of birth, time of birth and corresponding values, totaling eight in all. This system is based on Twelve Palaces not unlike the Western Astrology twelve houses only the palaces describe and indicate different aspects of the life. The Tzu Wei system of divination does away with the Western Astrology chart positions of the Ascendant, Midheaven, Nadir and Descendant points of a horoscope. And, has no connection whatsoever with transiting planets making aspects to the natal chart. As such, the place of birth is not required except for checking the element of the country of birth in association with compatibility charts. What IS required: ?The year of birth -- to study the animal and the element of the year in which you were born. Also the fixed element of your animal sign. ?The time of birth -- to determine the Lunar (Ascendant) sign that ruled the hour of your birth. See Chinese Ascendant Signs. ?The month -- to know the Moon sign that corresponds to the Western Sun sign. See Eastern Moon Signs. You might have noticed that the Day of Birth was left out in the above list. Actually, the Month and Day are more involved with the Chinese Astrology system known as The Four Pillars. Here's a breakdown for those interested: 1. The year indicates - the animal sign, aka the Earthly Branch. - the positive or negative pole. - the element of the year. 2. The month indicates - the animal sign governing the month. - the positive or negative pole. - the element of the month. 3. The day indicates - the animal sign governing the day. - the positive or negative pole. - the element of the day. 4. The time indicates - the animal sign governing the time. - the positive or negative pole. - the element of the time. By integrating these factors, their attributes and the effects of positive and negative forces, and all the possible combinations and variations, one can not only understand personalities but go on to predict personal and professional relationships, and forecast what to expect of any given year.
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Chinese Date The 109 energies are distributed according to the sex and the Birth data (Chinese Year, Chinese Moon, Chinese Day and Chinese Hour). The Chinese year consists of 12 Moons, and even of a 13th one, called intercalary. This additional moon, that does not belong to the 12-based system, is shared out between the 2 adjacent moons. A Chinese date is stated as follows: "Hth Hour of the Dth Day of the Mth Moon of a Year X of Y" For instance: "3th Hour of the 4th Day of the 5th Moon of a Year Rat of Giap" (that can be 1924 but also 1864 or 1804 or 1984: periodicity of 60 years). The 12 Hours There are 12 Chinese Hours(Chinese Astrology, date of birth), and each one is equal to 2 Western Hours. For instance, the first hour (the Rat hour) begins at 23 pm and ends at 1 am. (Some people choose to begin the Rat hour at 0 am, which brings all other Chinese hours backward by one hour). Remark: The birth hour must be converted into the Local Solar Hour, according to the same rules as in western astrology. Hour of the RAT [23- 01 H ] Hour of the BUFFALO [01- 03 H ] Hour of the TIGER [03- 05 H ] Hour of the CAT [05- 07 H ] Hour of the DRAGON [07- 09 H ] Hour of the SERPENT [09- 11 H ] Hour of the HORSE [11- 13 H ] Hour of the GOAT [13- 15 H ] Hour of the MONKEY [15- 17 H ] Hour of the ROOSTER [17- 19 H ] Hour of the DOG [19- 21 H ] Hour of the BOAR [21- 23 H ]
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