09 Jan '12, 11am

Chinese Horoscope

The Chinese Lunar calendar is regarded as the longest chronological record in history. It dates back to 2637 B.C at the time of introduction of the first zodiac cycle. It takes 60 years to complete one full cycle and comprises five cycles of 12 years. The 78th cycle has already started in February 1984 and will come to an end on February 2044. There are 12 animals assigned to each of the 12 years. These animals are Rat, Ox, Rabbit, Tiger, Snake, Dragon, Rooster, Horse, Boar, Ram, Monkey and Dog. The animal which rules your year of birth has deep influence on your life. The Five Elements of Chinese Horoscope During the period of 60-year cycle, each of the animal signs, also called as 12 Earth branches, is combined with five elements as follows:

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