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What are the Chinese Zodiac Signs?
The Chinese Lunar calendar is the longest chronological record in history dating from 2637BC when the Emperor Huant Ti introduced the first cycle. A complete cycle takes 60 years and is made up from five simple cycles of twelve years each. The cycle comprises of Rat, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, and Monkey.

How does my chinese zodiac sign affect me?
It is believed that the animal representing the lunar year exercises an influence on the life and destiny and destiny of those born in the year. This does not mean that all those born in the same year will have similar destinies and characteristics. Our earth born luck will ultimately play a role in shaping our full destiny but you will find many forms of correspondence in those of the same sign. You can also learn about your partner's or loved one's traits and hopefully understand the person better.

Lunar Year enforced animal signs
Most Lunar Years do not share the same date or even month, and we have made sure that each and every single year has been recorded to make sure your correct sign is obtained. There is no formula for calculating your zodiac sign, only the time frame of that select lunar year you fall in.

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Already know your Chinese Zodiac sign?
Rat - Ox - Dragon - Goat - Horse
Rabbit - Pig - Dog - Monkey
Rooster - Tiger - Snake

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Kuan Kung has been deitified as early as the Sui Dynasty and is still popularly worshipped today among the Chinese people variedly as an indigenous Chinese deity, a bodhisattva in Buddhism and a guardian deity in Taoism. He is also held in high esteem in Confucianism. These are not necessarily contradictory or even distinguished among the common folks as is characteristic of the Chinese, who have quite seamlessly merged these ancient philosophies...Kuan Kung in Full


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