Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Chinese Rat Year

Chinese astrology is based on 12 animals which represent you depending on the year you were born. This is a great tool to help you find out more about yourself. The 12 Chinese horoscope animals are: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, cock, dog and pig. The horoscope is an ancient reading of people's personalities and the influences which nature forces have on them. Each one of us has a horoscope animal representing us according to the year in which we were born. Each year is represented by an animal and its characteristics.

Each animal representing us is based on characteristics of the real animal which is applied to the human beings. Our personalities and the way we interact with people will vary according to this, since the way different animals interact will vary according to their nature. Each one of these animals have a specific personality type, and you could find many of your own features reflected in the description of the animal which represents you, as well as you can find descriptions of the people who surround you through the animal representing them too.

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