David Baldacci Chinese Zodiac Sign, David Baldacci Chinese Horoscope
David Baldacci's Chinese Horoscope
About Chinese Horoscope
The Chinese Zodiac also knows as the Shēngxiào Chinese 生肖 relates an animal for each year and its attributes which are used in a twelve 12 year mathematical cycle. Popular in many East Asian countries like Korea, Japan, and China. The Chinese zodiac has many similarities to the Western zodiac, including the twelve 12 month cycle and both label names of animals. There are major differences between both the Chinese zodiac and Western zodiac. The 12 part cycle from the Chinese zodiac refers to years, instead of months like in the Western zodiac. Also the Chinese zodiac uses 12 animals, where in the Western zodiac not all signs are animals. In the Chinese zodiac, the animals are not associated with constellations. The 12 animals found in the Chinese zodiac are, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. There are also animal signs for hours known as secret animals, days known as true animals, and months known as inner animals. In Chinese astrology, animal signs represent how you present yourself, and what others perceive you as being.
Ox, Dragon, Monkey
Charming and attraction for the opposite sex is what individuals carry if born under the Rat year. Individuals born in this year are usually hardworking and often financially wealthy. You may likely be a perfectionist. Gossiping and easily angered is what Rats usually are. Another great trait is Rats are usually ambitious and usually very successful. The rat is also affiliated with the mouse. Mice are social and also supports his friend in generous ways. Family is important to the mouse, and will fight for it. As for being compatible to others, This Year is most compatible with people born as Dragons, Monkeys, and Oxs.