Chinese astrology revolves around Chinese zodiac which is a 12 year cycle. Each year of this 12 year cycle is named after one of the original 12 animals.
Although the twelve animals are the most popular and familiar aspect of Chinese astrology in the west,
they are just one aspect of the Chinese system of counting the years.
Chinese astrology is based on the traditional astronomy and calendars. Chinese astrology does not calculate
the positions of the Sun, Moon and planets at the time of birth.
The development of Chinese astrology is tied to that of astronomy, which came to flourish during the
Han Dynasty (2nd century CE to 2nd century AD)
Chinese astrology has a close relation with Chinese philosophy theory of harmony of sky, humours and earth.
What is Chinese Numerology
The Jade Emperor and The Twelve Animals
The Twelve Animals of the Zodiac
Feng Shui Taboos for Renovation
The Lunar Calendar
The Sheep (Ram)
The Boar (Pig)