Which Chinese animal sign is yours and how does it affect your existence? In THE NEW CHINESE ASTROLOGY, world-famous astrologer and best-selling author Suzanne White expands our knowledge of and demystifies the complex Chinese Zodiac.

This amusing, yet serious, and informative volume describes each animal sign’s individual characteristics, special capabilities and particular health problems. Suzanne White details how the five Chinese elements affect each sign. Discover the terrible Tiger’s major weak spots. Find out why Rats get married so often. Learn what foods the Ox and the Horse should avoid and why Monkeys hate the spotlight.

In THE NEW CHINESE ASTROLOGY, we also discover how people of the various signs combine and relate to one another as friends, lovers, and colleagues. Suzanne White clues us about which matches are truly harmonious– and which unions are a recipe for disaster.

She also notes which celebrities were born under the various signs, and offers valuable advice for improving one’s personal destiny. Best of all, THE NEW CHINESE ASTROLOGY predicts what the next twelve years bode for you, your friends, and even your enemies!

Lively, accessible and witty, this book is full of sage advice. Whether you’re a seasoned expert or just plain curious about your own or your loved ones’ Chinese animal signs, THE NEW CHINESE ASTROLOGY is a marvelous resource in anyone’s quest for understanding of the human condition and his or her place in it.

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  • Bill Butler "Bill Butler"

    The Best Book on Astrology Ever Written in Human History! …or at least I think so. And some people say I’m awful smart.The book divides us humans into twelve categories. Eachcategory corresponds to an animal. Then we are all divided into five more categories. These are wood, fire, earth, metal, andwater. So all of humanity is divided into sixty categories.If I can be serious for a moment, which isn’t easy sometimes,this is a very good book for business and human relationships.It is not the definitive book on business and human relationships. It has to be used properly. In a fashion to understand others and situations. Not to judge,moralize, or condemn. I do think that Suzanne White is thebest astrologer alive. I think that I have explored all the popular writers in the last thirty years. The very best bookon the subject, I still believe, is Suzanne White’s “The New Astrology.” That book and this book make a good team if used with discretion. In this book, we are entirely exposed to thesubject of “Chinese” Astrology. She gives a descriptionof the twelve animals. This is further divided into the sixtywhen we add the elements. She gives a future outlook forall animals up to the year 2008. The book is large. Over 500pages. This is mainly because of the range. By this, I mean that one can use this text for fun or for very serious matters.The range of this book is what I think seperates it from otherChinese astrology books that I have seen. Some are “cute.”Some take themselves deadly serious. This book is versatile.It’s also a bit hard-hitting. The author doesn’t believe in pulling punches in regards to her descriptions of personality types. Nor is she careful in sparing our feelings in regardsto our relationships. She descibes one relationship of mine asa “catastrophe.” It is this clarity and the versatility whichmake this and “The New Astrology” good fine texts for businessand professional people who simply don’t want to get into “all that.” Namely, astrology. For those who believe that astrologydoes indeed hold something that is valuable and useful, butwho don’t want to examine why, I can think of no other author who can help us. Help us to get into the “real stuff” of thesubject while not getting our hands dirty with “the stars.”Buy this book and “The New Astrology.” Don’t tell anybody that you do put any value on astrology. And consult them when you feel thatsome insight is necessary. Thank you and keep clean and do right.


    Could be better This book is fine if you’re only looking for fun, fluffy info. If you are a dedicated follower of Chinese astrology, you’d be better off not taking this book too seriously (or maybe not reading it at all). There are countless errors in interpretation, and the author would do well to concentrate on more research the next time around, and less on trite generalizations based on her personal experiences. Other books I would recommend from Amazon instead of this one: any of the Theodora Lau books, and definitely the Taoist Astrology ones.

  • Jeri

    Worth more than money Those who are cranky about the lack of technical astrology in White’s books should keep in mind that a reading is only as good as the interpreter! White obviously knows people and personalities, and her opinion is what I paid the money for. If you want a manual, for heaven’s sake, by a darned manual.

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