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Astrology Sign
    Introduced by Emperor Huang Ti in the 27th century BC
    Elaborated during the Zhou dynasty (1046–256 BC); burnished during the Han dynasty (2nd century BC to AD 2nd century)
    Based on the Chinese Calendar’s cycle of 12 animals, four trines, and five heavenly elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water)
    Also known as shengxiao
    Houses are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig
    Like Western astrology, it’s basically hogwash.
    Unlike Western astrology, your actual birth sign is not so simple — a birth month indicates an inner sign; the date indicates a true sign; and the hour a secret sign (103,680 possible combos, also known as the Four Pillars of Destiny). Confused yet?
    Any two people who are polar opposites can have the same sign — or even date of birth.
    Each sign is considered a Best Match with two or three others, a Match with four to seven others, and No Match with two to five others (always adding up to 11 other signs).
    As it was not yet introduced to China, most historians believe that the Cat was never part of the zodiac, much less up for consideration in the Great Race.
    The signs themselves are simply archetypes, as they were judged far simpler to work with than their mathematical patterns.
    It is not defined by human forms or inanimate objects (as in Virgo or Libra).
    It is not a common feature in the local newspaper.
    The signs are not associated with any constellations.
    Your local post office honors this heritage with an annual ‘Year of the ______’ stamp.
    As there is no fixed date for any one sign, a new moon (the second after the Winter solstice) usually determines the start of the New Year.
    Despite the lore surrounding the Cat, the Great Race – overseen by the Buddha – is one of its most popular legends.

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