Thursday, January 30, 2014

Chinese New Year 2014 chart

Here are 3 New Years charts for China (capital city) for 3 important moments. Which New Year's chart would you like?

1. The first chart is the chart of Chinese Lunar New Year, on January 31, 2014 at 0 hours. 
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Chinese New Year is always on the day of the second new moon after the December solstice, with the Sun in Aquarius. Chinese astrology signs last for a year. This year will be the year of the Horse (see Wikipedia), a wooden horse. The description of the character of people born in the year of the Horse (communicative) makes me think of Gemini . In Western astrology horses are related to Jupiter (and Jupiter to Sagittarius and - classical astrology - to Pisces).
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2. The second one is the chart of January 1, 2014 at 0 hours, first day of the Western calendar. The Western calendar doesn't relate to the position of Sun or Moon.
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3. The third one is the December solstice chart 2013 (that is when the Sun is at 0 degrees Capricorn).
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And in all 3, Jupiter is elevated. Jupiter happens to be the symbol of the horse. 

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