The Ascendant in Chinese Astrology

The year in which he is born marks the basic character of the person, but the time in which he is born determines the way in which the others see it, or the image he presents to others. To determine the time, it should be remembered that the Chinese schedule divides the day into 12 double hours. The first hour, for the Rat, is counted from 23:00 hours, until 0:59 of the following day. The full day is as follows:

23:00 at 00:59 hours, Rat. The name of this Chinese time is Tzu. And usually, these people are nice, friendly and easy to get along with. The person with the hour Rat is considered by others, as active, reliable, hardworking and successful, although he has his difficult moments, since he has a strong temperament.

1:00 to 2:59 hours, Buffalo, in Chinese is called Ch’ou. This type of person has a balanced thought and has feet on the ground. The others consider it scholarly and reliable, but also somewhat prejudiced. When they are young they are considered a bad omen, but with age that is removed.

3:00 to 4:59 hours, Tiger. This time is known as Yin. People born at this time have a lot of enthusiasm and self-confidence. The others see in them a positive and very strong personality, which at times tends to be too exuberant. So sometimes, family life is a bit difficult for them.

5:00 a.m. to 6:59 p.m., Rabbit. This time is known as Mao, and people influenced by this time are usually sensitive and timid, so do not let the world see what they really are, in other words, act to please others. As they mature, they often overcome this small lack of personality.

7:00 to 8:59 hours, Dragon, this time is known as Ch’en. Dragon time is often associated with an independent, original and picturesque personality. The excess of self-confidence these people have may become intolerable to others.

9:00 a.m. to 10:59 p.m., Snake. This hour is known by the name of Zu, and marks a great talent, although, because people born at this time seem very controlled, they can become difficult to understand by others. The reaction of others to the hour Serpent is radical, are accepted or rejected immediately. They form excellent friendships when they both accept each other.

11:00 a.m. to 12:59 p.m., Horse. People born in the Wu hour, give the impression to others of being open, pleasant, happy and very fortunate. These individuals are extroverted, but can become very stubborn.

1:00 p.m. to 2:59 p.m., Goat. At this time it is called Wei.j. People who are influenced by this hour are very modest, so they do not impose themselves on others, who see them as silent and withdrawn, but obviously sensitive. Although they are sometimes too reserved, they feel better in company than alone.

3:00 p.m. to 4:59 p.m., Mono. In Chinese at this time he is known as Shen. These people often have many friends, because of their lively, active and talkative nature, but they can also make them more boring.

5:00 p.m. to 6:59 p.m., Rooster. The natives of this hour, known in Chinese as Yu, have great elegance and glamor in their movements, so they usually attract others with ease. However, they have the flaw that they are not very patient with those with a poor understanding. In addition it is often difficult for them to get along with others in their youth, because they always want to impose their rules.

7:00 p.m. to 8:59 p.m., Dog. The Chinese name of this hour is Hsu. Depending on the point of view, others can see in the person born at this time, someone stable and reliable, others can see someone calm and funny, and there are also those who see him as unimaginative fools. These people are very dedicated to their work, sometimes to the degree of exaggeration and always reach out to those who need it.

9:00 p.m. to 10:59 p.m., Pork. This time is known as Hai. These people seem withdrawn, but in reality it is a screen to hide a great interest, education and intelligence, which is not always recognized at the beginning. They tend to have few friends, but they are always warm and never spiteful.

Let’s meet the naughty chinese monkey

Insatiably curious, the monkeys will try everything at some time. Always willing to learn new things, Mono will try everything over and over again until he gets to be a master at it, which gives meaning to the phrase, “monkey see, monkey do.” Monkeys are also intensely competitive. Your mission is to make everything better than anyone else.

Failure does not enter into the vocabulary of the monkey. Extremely intelligent, brilliant, and innovative, monkeys can excel in any field. They have great common sense and have an important eroticism. When they are interested they are able to adopt a cold and dispassionate attitude. They like to lead and command, and are well-equipped to develop and run large-scale companies.

As a counterpart, monkeys are often unreliable people. They tend to be too selfish to care about others. Their worst defect is that they are discouraged in an unforeseeable way before the most stupid difficulties when they had previously saved others of undoubted gravity.

Playful, down-to-earth and vain, they carry a great deal of evil. His personality resembles the colored crystals of a kaleidoscope in permanent rotation: you will never know what reaction they will show at any moment. Sometimes they themselves do not know each other in this field. The Monkeys are gifted for the circus, the theater, the television and politics, as long as they have someone at their side to prevent their whims.

Those born under the sign of the Monkey are likely to view life as a series of quick events. Moving from one experience to the other, then, is not so much about the things that are doing the feelings that such moves evoke. If something is exciting, then they are likely to act upon it and see what they eat their way. Which can bring moments of great achievement as well as times of loss and learning. What the Monkey represents then is a younger way of life, in which action, loss, and education all have an important role to play.

As a person born under the sign of the Monkey continues to age, however, and transitions into the phases of adulthood, they must readdress the lifestyle and choices that have guided them thus far. While this may be difficult, the momentum does not have to cease, but can simply be redirected towards other forms of endeavors, such as hobbies or new careers. In this way the Monkey can continue to expand their experiences, but they do not risk the well being of the people that have begun to form their inner circle, such as friends of old or a partner and family.

Let’s meet the hardworking chinese rat

Everyone loves rats. Rats are charming, sociable and witty.

Those born under the sign of the Rat are generally popular people. They are always at the center of everything, rats find security in numbers. Rats also have insight and are good for business. Motivated and detail oriented, they are extremely hardworking and super ambitious, they can usually accumulate wealth without much effort. Their savagery and savage nature almost always produce the expected results.

Its main quality is intuition, cunning and daring. They have great creativity and an impressive capacity for invention. In the face of great obstacles, they seem to be unable to meet them; However, that detention in which they are kept for a few minutes, serves them to plan the most effective attack. Because they also have an adventurous spirit and are the most fascinating people of the Chinese Zodiac. Beware, if someone dares to anger them, they are easily angered and counterattack with obvious cruelty and efficacy.

They can be quite jealous in love and, above all, in sexual matters. It is the opposite side of its great possibilities at the time of conquering in these two suggestive plots of existence. People born in the rat years are considered the most “biased” in this world. They live intensely the present, and any event that is presented becomes the act in a motive capable of making them fight until they find their “intringulis” or solve it. They prefer to live from their ingenuity than from practical work. The bad thing is that the money burns them in the hands; However, do not waste it. They feel a special predisposition to the intellectual, they are sentimental and very generous with the people they love.

If you have a Rat as a boss, be careful, you should make additional efforts to keep this Rat happy and with your reservations. Rata women are splendid mothers and wives, Their skills in budget management, negotiation, delegation of duties and organization are optimal. As a negative counterpart, Rats love gossip, gossip, and love to criticize others. On many occasions they are obsessive with themselves and gluttons.

History of the Chinese Horoscope

The Chinese Zodiac can be considered as a mirror that reflects the relation of the cosmic energies with each person. The particular energy of each subject is represented by one of the twelve animals of the Chinese horoscope and its place in the Zodiac is determined by its date of birth. These energies take shape according to our behavior and our perception of the world. They are the foundation of some of the most relevant aspects of our personality. They include qualities such as persistence, sensitivity and adaptability.

The Chinese Horoscope is not based on solar cycles like the traditional western horoscopes, if not in the cycles of the Moon, therefore its years are lunar, each of them comprises twelve new moons and a thirteenth one every twelve years, reason why Which, a new year will never coincide with the same date of the previous year. The zodiacal cycle is twelve years and not twelve months, and signs are always in the same order, being represented by animals, the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac, which exert an influence on the life, destiny and character of The human beings, possibly the most well-known – and also less understood – creations of the ancient art of the imperial astronomers.

At the moment it is simple to obtain a booklet on the animals, that gives us briefly data on our idiosyncrasy, advising us what subject, according to the animal that defines them, are the ones to become our partner, or who we have to protect ourselves, Or predicting the happiness that we will have during the current year. But to correctly grasp the meaning of animals we have to consider them as spiritual symbols that conform qualities related to our personality. These qualities are not always manifest in everyday life, but they are always there, acting in the form of secret forces.

Chinese horoscope animals can be highly practical and tell us who we are and who others are. The use of the animals goes back to the time of the emperors of the Han dynasty, which ruled for four centuries, between the years 206 BC and 220 AD. However, it is believed to have originated in the time of Emperor Qin Shi Hugandi, who reigned between 221 and 210 BC. At that time, China was a primarily agricultural country, and the predictions of court astrologers to regulate essential tasks such as sowing and harvesting should be communicated to communities of farmers who were illiterate, hence a universal system such as Are the animals.

To carry out their predictions, the ancient imperial astrologers organized teams of observers who took detailed notes based on the movements of the stars in the night sky. These observations were compared to the findings of scientists studying the laws of nature. At first, all these studies and predictions were reserved exclusively for the imperial court, although now it is no longer so, astrological prediction remains a mystery, and although the annual Chinese calendar is widely used in today’s Chinese culture, only A tiny group of people has studied their most profound and relevant principles.

What sign am I in the Chinese horoscope?

The Chinese Zodiac can be considered as a mirror that reflects the relation of the cosmic energies with each person. The particular energy of each subject is represented by one of the twelve animals of the Chinese horoscope and its place in the Zodiac is determined by its date of birth. These energies take shape according to our behavior and our perception of the world. They are the foundation of some of the most relevant aspects of our personality. They include qualities such as persistence, sensitivity and adaptability.

The Chinese Horoscope is not based on solar cycles like the traditional western horoscopes, if not in the cycles of the Moon, therefore its years are lunar, each of them comprises twelve new moons and a thirteenth one every twelve years, reason why Which, a new year will never coincide with the same date of the previous year. The zodiacal cycle is twelve years and not twelve months, and signs are always in the same order, being represented by animals, the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac, which exert an influence on the life, destiny and character of The human beings, possibly the most well-known – and also less understood – creations of the ancient art of the imperial astronomers.

At the moment it is simple to obtain a booklet on the animals, that gives us briefly data on our idiosyncrasy, advising us what subject, according to the animal that defines them, are the ones to become our partner, or who we have to protect ourselves, Or predicting the happiness that we will have during the current year. But to correctly grasp the meaning of animals we have to consider them as spiritual symbols that conform qualities related to our personality. These qualities are not always manifest in everyday life, but they are always there, acting in the form of secret forces.

The animals of the Chinese horoscope can be highly practical and tell us about who we are and who are the others