04.01.2015

Zodiac symbols in tamil

Chinese AstrologyChinese astrology, Yin Yang, five element, wu-xing, Bazi, Four Pillars of Destiny.
Current Year PredictionsUnder this current year Feng Shui Prediction it collects my current forecast articles. Most people mix up Chinese Astrology Bazi Four Pillars of Destiny with Chinese Astrology animal sign luck predictions.
If you want to find out your animal sign luck in 2013 year of the snake, here is the link Year of the Snake 2013 predictions Part 3 – Man Luck!
Melbourne Feng Shui Consultant and Chinese Astrology Bazi Fortune Teller Edgar Lok Tin Yung has been using Traditional Chinese Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology to assist the Chinese community in Melbourne Australia since 2000.
Over the years, Edgar Lok Tin Yung had Feng Shui for clients from small business to large corporations, also on residential and commercial projects. Click the button below to receive a 36 page eBook with over 50 feng shui tips for your home, absolutely FREE! My Astrological  chart was extremely accurate particularly with career pathway, relationships and finances.
The last time I went in for a consultation with you, you said that I should wait and see if “partner then” and I could make it through mid-autumn.
My mum wants to send her thanks to you as she was told by the doctor yesterday that her blood test, ultra sound and x-ray results were normal and just a tiny little “water pops” around her chest which are no harm to her at the moment.  (years b4 she was told that they should be the bad cells and she have to do the chemo – But she refused to do it ) . I wanted to write and express my sincere thanks in helping me to improve the Feng Shui in my home over the past 5 months. Prior to contacting you, my family and I had endured years of very bad fortune in almost every aspect of our lives, and nothing seemed to be going right for us.
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It is one of the most complicated, however complete and systematic fortune telling system from ancient China. Edgar has been regularly contributing Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology articles to two Melbourne Chinese weekly magazines since 2003. I ordered Yap’s Tong Shu & Ten Thousand Year calendar and have been using the auspicious dates for my personal use.


I have been looking for a full time job since before Christmas (I’ve been working for a local architect, but barely making half of what I need!) Anyway, it all happened at once last week. I am in England and will be back in early January so let’s try and catch up as there have been a lot of positive progress since your visit. It has made an incredible difference to our lives in a short time, and your expertise and effectiveness has been nothing short of astonishing. For example, at the age of 12, starting high school, new school, new place and meeting new friends, this bring impact into life. That is why a Chinese Astrology expert need the Bazi natal chart + Luck Pillar + Yearly Pillar to find out. It is based on exact astronomical observations of the sun's longitude and the moon's phases.
You can find more information about Chinese Astrology Bazi from the “Chinese Astrology” tab above. They are in order starting from Rat followed by Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. This means that the Jupiter returns in every 12 years to the same position where you were born. It attempts to have its years coincide with the tropical year and shares some similarities with the Jewish calendar. However, the Chinese calendar is still observed among various Chinese communities around the world. It is used to determine festival dates, such as Chinese New Year, as well as auspicious dates, such as wedding dates. It is also used to determine moon phases because it follows the moon.Counting the Years and the 60-year CycleThe Chinese calendar does not count years in an infinite sequence (Tondering, 2005). Therefore, the first year of the 60-year cycle becomes jia-zi, the second year is yi-chou, and so on.
The 10th year is gui-you, the 11th year is jia-xu (restarting the celestial stem) the 12th year is yi-hai, and the 13th year is bing-zi (restarting the celestial branch). Finally, the 60th year is gui-hai.This pattern of naming years within a 60-year cycle dates back to about 2000 years.


A similar naming of days and months is no longer used but the date name is still listed in calendars.
It has been customary to number the 60 year cycle since 2637 BCE, when the calendar was supposedly invented.Calculating Chinese New YearAccording to Helmer Aslaksen, of the National University of Singapore, there are two rules of thumb used to calculate the new year in the Chinese calendar.
The first rule of thumb is that Chinese New Year should be the new moon closest to the beginning of spring (in the northern hemisphere), known as Lichun. This rule is correct most of the time, but it can fail if Lichun falls close to halfway between two new moons. Therefore, leap years in the Chinese calendar have 13 months, unlike leap years in the Gregorian calendar in which an extra day is included.
A leap year in the Chinese calendar does not necessarily fall at the same time a leap year occurs in the Gregorian calendar.One must calculate the number of new moons between the 11th month in one year, which is the month with the December solstice , and the 11th month in the following year to figure out if a year is a leap year. The leap year must be inserted if there are 13 new moons from the start of the 11th month in the first year to the start of the 11th month in the second year. The solar term system has 12 principal terms to indicate the sun's longitudes at every 30 degrees. The first month that does not have a principal term is determined as the leap month.Calendar BackgroundThe Chinese calendar's origins can be traced as far back as the 14th century BCE. The Shang oracle bones give evidence of a lunisolar calendar which has been much modified but persists to this day. It is believed that the Emperor Huangdi (Huang Ti or Huang Di) introduced the calendar between 3000 and 2600 BCE, or around 2637 BCE. It is also thought that his minister Ta Nao prepared the first calendar, called the Chia-tzu or Kan-chih system, which is translated as “the system of cyclical characters”.Another phase was added to the calendar because the system was meant to be for popular use.
However there have been various folktales linked the origin of the 12 animals.China resisted the Gregorian calendar until 1912 but it was not widely used throughout the country until the Communist victory in 1949.



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