In astrology, a horoscope is defined as “a chart or diagram representing the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, the astrological aspects, and sensitive angles at the time of an event, such as the moment of a person’s birth”. It is usually an astrologer’s interpretation through a system of Sun sign astrology or based on calendar significance of an event, as in Chinese astrology. Chinese astrology is closely related to Chinese philosophy which has a history of several thousand years; the Chinese astrology dates further back than western astrology.
Western Astrology is based upon the months of the year, whilst Chinese Astrology is based upon a twelve year lunar cycle. Chinese astrology states that a person’s destiny can be determined by the position of the major planets at the person’s birth along with the positions of the Sun, Moon and comets and the person’s time of birth and Zodiac Sign. A person’s sign is determined by their birth year. Each year of the twelve-year cycle is represented by one of twelve specific animals with different personalities and different characteristics. Persons that fall under each sign are also defined by that sign. In addition to animal-assigned years there are animal signs for each month and the hours within a day, all three aspects are used in true Chinese astrology.
The basic foundation of Chinese horoscope is Yin Yang. Yin is female. Yang is male. The twelve animals are categorized as either Yin or Yang. The animals that fall into odd numbers are male whilst the animals under even numbers are female. Chinese astrology is used to predict changes in career, money, health and love.
Chinese love horoscope explores the compatibility of signs and how one person may relate to another. It guides the reader on how to improve existing relationships by advising on the partner’s connection, communication, relationship strengths and weaknesses. Chinese love horoscope also gives insight to new or potential relationships letting persons know how compatible they are. In essence Chinese love horoscopes may define your perfect match.
Determining Your Compatibility
The twelve animals in the Chinese Zodiac are placed into four compatible groups. Individuals which fall in each group are said to share similar attributes making them good partners. The first group consists of the Rat, Dragon and Monkey where they are defined as action oriented and positive thinkers. The second group the Buffalo, Snake and Cock are deep thinking goal oriented animals. The Tiger, Horse and Dog form the third group are freedom lovers whilst the fourth group Cat, Goat and Pig are peace-loving animals.
To do a compatible test the birth date and year of both partners must be known. The birthdates are used to determine each individual’s birth sign and corresponding animal. Using the compatibility chart outlined above, persons are able to know right off if they are compatible with each other by seeing which of the four groups they fall in. Other than that each person can read up on their potential partner’s personality traits for deeper insight.