The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes 7e

Do you know which of the twelve animal signs you are and how “the animal that hides in your heart” influences your outlook on life and your relationships with others? Learn how the five elements, four seasons, and the ascendant sign based on hour of birth can affect your personality. Find out what happens in your chart when Eastern moon sign meets Western sun sign, and discover the 144 marriage combinations to see the relationships between the twelve lunar signs. Look to the future and learn how you are likely to fare in the upcoming years.

Do you know which of the twelve animal signs you are and how “the animal that hides in your heart” influences your outlook on life and your relationships with others? Learn how the five elements, four seasons, and the ascendant sign based on hour of birth can affect your personality. Find out what happens in your chart when Eastern moon sign meets Western sun sign, and discover the 144 marriage combinations to see the relationships between the twelve lunar signs. Look to the future and learn how you are likely to fare in the upcoming years.

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3 comments to The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes 7e

  • "pure-swallow"

    Fun Introduction to Chinese Horoscopes Most Chinese kids grow up knowing from a very early age what sign they are born under. If you lose your temper, it is attributed to the yang side of your nature; if you don’t get along with your mum, it is because your signs conflict; if you succeed in school, it is because you are born under an intelligent sign, and so on. Under Theodora Lau’s guidance, feel free to delegate all responsibility for your actions – she provides a very good summary of the “basic” attributes of each sign as it is understood by the (Chinese) person on the street, and also combines it with the western signs, for added interest and familiarity with Western audiences (and perhaps also explains why people born in the same year are not clones of each other!) She also touches on how the hour of your birth will result in more refined differences.

  • Anonymous

    A MUST READ Handbook for those in Search of Themselves! Theodora Lau is a highly knowledgeable Chinese astrologer who combines a masculine logic and feminine sensitivity to her work. Not only is she 100% accurate in her Yearly predictions for different Animal Signs but also exhibits a sense of humor and down to earth style of writing that amuses and makes you laugh. It’s the only book that I’m proud of to pass around during get-togethers or parties because Lau combines the Eastern and Western Signs of Astrology which we all found sincere and true. A true psychic. I shall consider reading more books by her from now on and hope to read what is in store for the Signs in the Lunar Cycle for 2003 and beyond. She has kept her reverence for the Chinese tradition and yet at the same time has an innovative view of a western mind. I think this Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes is worth more than its price.

  • Anonymous

    In depth, yet accessible I found this book to be a good combination of in-depth yet accessible information about Chinese astrology. It gives what I’ve found to be quite accurate information about the various animal sign of your year of birth, while getting more detailed with information about the other influences under which you are born. It’s quite easy to read and follow, and entertaining as well. I would definitely recommend it. (And Lau should rewrite those awful placemats you find at the Chinese restaraunts. For years I thought I was a dragon but I’m not!)

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