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It is a quotation of the 12-year cycle. The 12-year cycle is the 11.86-year orbital period, the largest planet of the Solar System. [1] China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Mongolia, Laos, Nepal, Bhutan, and Thailand. Contents

The Chinese zodiac is called Sh or Shēngxiào in Mandarin. It can be used to identify this scheme using the following examples: It is a matter of fact that a person’s individual relationship to the cycle.

Nevertheless, there are some differences with constellations that have been scaled by the ecliptic plane. The Chinese 12-part cycle corresponds to years rather than months. The Chinese zodiac are not animals, despite the implication of the word zodiac. carving of the Chinese zodiac.

The zodiac traditionally begins with the sign of the Rat. The following are the twelve zodiac signs in order and their characteristics. [2] Water elements. Rat - 鼠 (子) (Yang, 1st Trine, Fixed Element Water) Ox - 牛 (丑) (Yin, 2nd Trine, Fixed Element Earth) Tiger - 虎 (寅) (Yang, 3rd Trine, Fixed Element Wood) Rabbit - 兔 (卯) (Yin, 4th Trine, Fixed Element Wood) Dragon - 龍 (辰) (Yang, 1st Trine, Fixed Element Earth) Snake - (巳) (Yin, 2nd Trine, Fixed Element Fire) Horse - 馬 (午) (Yang, 3rd Trine, Fixed Element Fire) Goat - (未) (Yin, 4th Trine, Fixed Element Earth) Monkey - 猴 (申) (Yang, 1st Trine, Fixed Element Metal) Rooster -雞 (酉) (Yin, 2nd Trine, Fixed Element Metal) Dog - 狗 (戌) (Yang, 3rd Trine, Fixed Element Earth) Pig - (亥) (Yin, 4th Trine, Fixed Element Water)

In Chinese astrology the animal signs were assigned by you yourself. Chinese astrology draw solely on this system. In fact, there are animal signs assigned by the month (called animals of animals), by day (called true animals) and hours (called secret animals). The Earth is all 12 signs, 5 seasons.

They couldn’t be a Dragon, but they couldn’t go up secretively.

It is known that it is known as Tai Sui or kai sui. Chinese calendar [edit]

Main article: Chinese calendar Years [edit]

Main article: Sexagenary cycle

It is a pillar of the pillars of their grandparents. It is a woman who is perceived to be in the middle of the world. For example, a person who is a tiger is either 12, 24, 36 or 48 years old in 2010, the year of the tiger. In 2011, the person is one year older.

The following table shows the 60-year cycle for the years of 1924–2043 (see sexagenary cycle for 1804–2043). According to some astrological sources. [3] Year Associated
Element Heavenly
Stem Earthly
Branch Associated
Animal Year 1924–1983 1984–2043 1 Feb 05 1924 – Jan 23 1925 Yang Wood Feb 02 1984 – Feb 19 1985 2 Jan 24 1925 – Feb 12 1926 Yin Wood Feb Ox Feb 20 1985 – Feb 08 1986 3 Feb 13 1926 – Feb 01 1927 Yang Fire 寅 寅 Tiger Feb 09 1986 – Jan 28 1987 4 Feb 02 1927 – Jan 22 1928 Yin Fire 丁 Bit Rabbit Jan 29 1987 – Feb 16 1988 5 Jan 23 1928 – Feb 09 1929 Yang Earth Feb Dragon Feb 17 1988 – Feb 05 1989 6 Feb 10 1929 – Jan 29 1930 Yin Earth ake Snake Feb 06 1989 – Jan 26 1990 7 Jan 30 1930 – Feb 16 1931 Yang Metal Horse Jan 27 1990 – Feb 14 1991 8 Feb 17 1931 – Feb 05 1932 Yin Metal 未 未 Goat Feb 15 1991 – Feb 03 1992 9 Feb 06 1932 – Jan 25 1933 Yang Water 壬申 Monkey Feb 04 1992 – Jan 22 1993 10 Jan 26 1933 – Feb 13 1934 Yin Water 酉 酉 Rooster Jan 23 1993– Feb 09 1994 11 Feb 14 1934 – Feb 03 1935 Yang Wood Feb Dog Feb 10 1994 – Jan 30 1995 12 Feb 04 1935 – Jan 23 1936 Yin Wood 亥 Pig Jan 31 1995 – Feb 18 1996 13 Jan 24 1936 – Feb 10 1937 Yang Fire at 子 Rat Feb 19 1996 – Feb 06 1997 14 Feb 11 1937 – Jan 30 1938 Yin Fire 丁Feb Ox Feb 07 1997 – Jan 27 1998 15 Jan 31 1938 – Feb 18 1939 Yang Earth iger Tiger Jan 28 1998 – Feb 15 1999 16 Feb 19 1939 – Feb 07 1940 Yin Earth 卯 Rabbit Feb 16 1999 – Feb 04 2000 17 Feb 08 1940 – Jan 2 6 1941 Yang Metal Feb Feb Dragon Feb 05 2000 – Jan 23 2001 18 Jan 27 1941 – Feb 14 1942 Yin Metal 巳 Snake Jan 24 2001 – Feb 11 2002 19 Feb 15 1942 – Feb 04 1943 Yang Water 午 Horse Feb 12 2002 –Jan 31 2003 20 Feb 05 1943 – Jan 24 1944 Yin Water 未 Goat Feb 01 2003 – Jan 21 2004 21 Jan 25 1944 – Feb 12 1945 Yang Wood 申 申 Monkey Jan 22 2004 – Feb 08 2005 22 Feb 13 1945 – Feb 01 1946 Yin Wood Rooster Feb 09 2005 – Jan 28 2006 23 Feb 02 1946 – Jan 21 1947 Yang Fire Fire Dog Jan 29 2006 – Feb 17 2007 24 Jan 22 1947 – Feb 09 1948 Yin Fire 亥 Pig Feb 18 2007 –Feb 06 2008 25 Feb 10 1948 – Jan 28 1949 Yang Earth Jan 子 Rat Feb 07 2008 – Jan 25 2009 26 Jan 29 1949 – Feb 16 1950 05 1951 Yang Metal Feb 寅 Tiger Feb 14 2010 – Feb 02 2011 28 Feb 06 1951 – Jan 26 1952 Yin Metal 卯 bit Rabbit Feb 03 2011 – Jan 22 2012 29 Jan 27 1952 – Feb 13 1953 Yang Water 辰 辰 Dragon Jan 23 2012 –Feb 09 2 013 30 Feb 14 1953 – Feb 02 1954 Yin Water 巳 Snake Feb 10 2013 – Jan 30 2014 31 Feb 03 1954 – Jan 23 1955 Yang Wood Jan Horse Jan 31 2014 – Feb 18 2015 32 Jan 24 1955 – Feb 11 1956 Yin Wood 未 未 Goat Feb 19 2015 – Feb 07 2016 33 Feb 12 1956 – Jan 30 1957 Yang Fire 申 Monkey Feb 08 2016 – Jan 27 2017 34 Jan 31 1957 – Feb 17 1958 Yin Fire 酉 Rooster Jan 28 2017 – Feb 15 2018 35 Feb 18 1958 – Feb 07 1959 Yang Earth Dog Feb 16 2018 – Feb 04 2019 36 Feb 08 1959 – Jan 27 1960 Yin Earth Pig Feb 05 2019 – Jan 24 2020 37 Jan 28 1960 – Feb 14 1961 Yang Metal Jan 子 Rat Jan 25 2020 – Feb. 11 2021 38 Feb 15 1961 – Feb 04 1962 Yin Metal Ox Feb 12 2021 – Jan 31 2022 39 Feb 05 1962 – Jan 24 1963 Yang Water 寅 Tiger Feb 01 2022 – Jan 21 2023 40 Jan 25 1963 – Feb 12 1964 Yin Water 卯 卯 Rabbit Jan 22 2023 – Feb 09 2024 41 Feb 13 1964 – Feb 01 1965 Yang Wood 辰 Dragon Feb 10 2024 – Jan 28 2025 42 Feb 02 1965 – Jan 20 1966 Yin Wood 巳 Snake Jan 29 2025 – Feb 16 2026 43 Jan 21 1966 – Feb 08 1967 Yang Fire Feb Horse Feb 17 2026 – Feb 05 2027 44 Feb 09 1967 – Jan 29 1968 Yin Fire Goat Feb 06 2027 – Jan 25 2028 45 Jan 30 1968 – Feb 16 1969 Yang Earth 申 申 Monkey Jan 26 2028 – Feb 12 2029 46 Feb 17 1969 – Feb 05 1970 Yin Earth 酉 酉 Rooster Feb 13 2029 – Feb 02 2030 47 Feb 06 1970 – Jan 26 1971 Yang Metal Feb Dog Feb 03 2030 – Jan 22 2031 48 Jan 27 1971 – Feb 14 1972 Yin Metal Pig Jan 23 2031 – Feb 10 2032 49 Feb 15 1972 – Feb 02 1973 Yang Water Feb 11 2032 – Jan 30 2033 50 Feb 03 1973 – Jan 22 1974 Yin Water 癸 丑Ox Jan 31 2033 – Feb 18 2034 51 Jan 23 1974 – Feb 10 1975 Yang Wood iger Tiger Feb 19 2034 – Feb 07 2035 52 Feb 11 1975 – Jan 30 1976 Yin Wood 卯 Rabbit Feb 08 2035 – Jan 27 2036 53 Jan 31 1976 – Feb 17 1977 Yang Fire Jan 辰 Dragon Jan 28 2036 – Feb 14 2037 54 Feb 18 1977 – Feb 06 1978 Yin Fire 巳 Snake Feb 15 2037 – Feb 03 2038 55 Feb 07 1978 – Jan 27 1979 Yang Earth 戊 午Horse Feb 04 2038 – Jan 23 2039 56 Jan 28 1979 – Feb 15 1980 Yin Earth at Goat Jan 24 2039 – Feb 11 2040 57 Feb 16 1980 – Feb 04 1981 Yang Metal Monkey Feb 12 2040 – Jan 31 2041 58 Feb 05 1981 – Jan 24 1982 Yin Metal 酉 Rooster Feb 01 2041 – Jan 21 2042 59 Jan 25 1982 – Feb 12 1983 Yang Water 戌 戌 Dog Jan 22 2042 – Feb 09 2043 60 Feb 13 1983 – Feb 01 1984 Yin Water 亥Pig Feb 10 2043 – Jan 29 2044 Months and solar terms [edit]

Main article: Solar term

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The 12 animals are also linked to the traditional Chinese agricultural calendar, which runs alongside the better known Lunar calendar. This calendar is divided into 24 two week segments known as Solar Terms. Each animal is linked to the solar month. It can be used as the calendar for the calendar year on February 3 or 4 every year. It makes it possible to begin the process. Around the summer days are longer than the winter days, because it occurs differently from the aphelion.

It was thereby also linked to a season. This is a list of the elements. In other words, it is concerned. It is not a sign of any sign. It is important to note that the fixed element is separate from the 60-year cycle. Season Lunar month Fixed element Solar longitude Solar term Gregorian date Approx. Western zodiac Spring 1st - 寅 (yin) Tiger Wood 314 ° 立春 lıchūn Feb 4 - Feb 19 Aquarius 329 ° 雨水 y ǔ shuǐ Feb 20 - Mar 5 Pisces 2nd - (mao) Rabbit Wood 344 ° 蟄 qǐzhé (驚蟄 jīngzhé) Mar 6 - Mar 20 359 ° ū chūnfēn Mar 21 - Apr 4 Aries 3rd - Wood (chen) Dragon Wood 14 ° qīngmíng Apr 5 - Apr 20 29 ° gǔyǔ Apr 21 - May 4 Taurus Summer 4th - (si) Snake Fire 44 ° May lìxià May 5 - May 21 59 ° 小滿 xiǎomǎn May 22 - Jun 5 Gemini 5th - 午 (wu) Horse Fire 74 ° mángzhòng Jun 6 - Jun 21 89 ° xiàzhì Jun 22 - Jul 6 Cancer 6th - 未 (wei) Goat Fire 104 ° 小暑 xiǎoshǔ Jul 7 - Jul 22 119 ° 大暑 dàshǔ Jul 23 - Aug 6 Leo Autumn 7th - 申 (shen) Monkey Metal 134 ° lìqiū Aug 7 - Aug 22 149 ° 處暑 chùshǔ Aug 23 - Sep 7 Virgo 8th - 酉 (you) Rooster Metal 164 ° 白露 báilù Sep 8 - Sep 23 181 ° qiūfēn Sep 24 - Oct 7 Libra 9th - 戌 (xu) Dog Metal 19 4 ° ù hánlù Oct 8 - Oct 23 211 ° shuāngjiàng Oct 24 - Nov 6 Scorpio Winter 10th - ha (hai) Pig Water 224 ° lìdōng Nov 7 - Nov 22 244 ° 小雪 xiǎoxuě Nov 23 - Dec 6 Sagittarius 11th - 子(zi) Rat Water 251 ° 大雪 dàxuě Dec 7 - Dec 21 271 ° dōngzhì Dec 22 - Jan 5 Capricorn 12th - 丑 (chou) Ox Water 284 ° 小寒 xiǎohán Jan 6 - Jan 20 299 ° 大寒 dàhán Jan 21 - Feb 3 Aquarius Day [edit]

Four pillars calculator can determine the zodiac animal of the day. [4] The term for them is “True Animals”. It is essential that he wants to make it. Given there are only seven days of the week, there is some repetition or doubling up. The animals for each day are as follows: Compatibility [edit]

It is a combination of the elements of the interpolation, the interpolation, the interpolation, the interpolation, the interpolation, the interpolation the common law of motions There are different ways to live life. [5]

Chinese Zodiac Compatibility Grid [6] Sign Rat Rat, Dragon, Monkey Snake, Rooster, Ox, Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Dog, Tiger Horse Ox, Snake, Rooster, Monkey, Rat, Dog, Tiger, Horse, Pig, Rabbit Goat, Tiger Tiger, Dog, Horse Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Snake, Rooster, Ox, Dragon, Rat Monkey Rabbit, Pig, Goat Dog, Tiger, Horse, Dragon, Monkey, Rat, Snake, Ox Rooster Dragon Monkey, Rat Snake, Rooster, Ox, Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Tiger, Horse, Snake, Rooster, Ox, Dragon, Monkey, Rat, Dog, Tiger, Horse, Rabbit, Goat Pig, Horse, Tiger Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Snake, Rooster, Ox, Dragon, Monkey Rat Goat Goat, Pig, Rabbit Dog, Tiger, Horse, Dragon, Monkey, Rat, Snake, Rooster Ox, Monkey Monkey, Dragon, Rat Snake, Rooster, Ox, Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Dog, Horse, Horse, Tiger Rooster, Snake, Ox Dragon, Monkey, Rat, Dog, Tiger, Horse, Pig, Goat, Rabbit, Dog, Tiger, Horse, Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Snake, Rooster, Ox, Monkey, Rat Dragon Pig Pig, Rabbit, Goat Dog, Tiger, Horse, Dragon, Monkey, Rat, Rooster, Ox Snake Four Pillars [edit]

Main article: Four Pillars of Destiny

The Four Pillars can be traced back to the Han dynasty (201 BC - 220 AD) and is still much used today. The Four Pillars? Each of the pillar or day of the birth. The first column refers to the animal and the bottom line.

It has been a great deal to keep you up to date. It is a day of the weekly spouse of the children. [7] Four Animal Trines [edit] See: Astrological aspect # Trine First Trine [edit]

The first Trine consists of the Rat, Dragon, and Monkey. It is not unpredictable. Intelligent, magnanimous, charismatic, charming, authoritative, jealous, aggressive, vindictive, and deceitful. Second Trine [edit]

The second Trine consists of the Ox, Snake, and Rooster. This is a sign of the government. Three, you are intelligent, hard-working, self-righteous, egotistical, vain, judgmental, narrow-minded, and petty. Third Trine [edit]

The third Trine consists of the Tiger, Horse, and Dog. It is an ideal concept. It can be rash, rebellious, quarrelsome, anxious, disagreeable, and stubborn. It is said to be productive, enthusiastic, independent, engaging, dynamic, honorable, loyal and protective. Fourth Trine [edit]

The fourth Trine consists of the Rabbit, Goat, and Pig. A somewhat reasonable approach; they seek aesthetic beauty and are artistic, well-mannered and compassionate, yet detached and resigned to their condition. Caring, self-sacrificing, obliging, sensible, creative, empathetic, tactful and prudent, but can also be naive, pedantic, insecure, selfish, indecisive, pessimistic Zodiac origin stories [edit]

To explain the beginning of the zodiac. Since the Han Dynasty, the 12th Earthly Branches have been used. However, they have been replaced by 12 animals. The mnemonic refers to the behavior of the animals:

Earthly Branches may refer to a double-hour period. In the latter case; for instance, Horse (Horse) means noon or a period from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Rat (Zishi): 23:00 to 00:59. This is the time when Rats are the most active in seeking food. Rats also have a “turn over” or “new start” symbol. Ox (Choushi): 01:00 to 02:59. This is the time when the cud slowly and comfortably. Tiger (Yinshi): 03:00 to 04:59. This is where the tigers hunt their ferocity. Rabbit (Maoshi): 05:00 to 06:59. This is the time when it comes to the moon according to the tale. Dragon (Chenshi): 07:00 to 08:59. This is the time when the dragons are hovering. Snake (Sishi): 09:00 to 10:59. This is the time when Snakes are leaving their caves. Horse (Wushi): 11:00 to 12:59. Horses are still standing. Goat (Weishi): 13:00 to 14:59. This is the time when goats eat grass and urinate frequently. Monkey (Shenshi): 15:00 to 16:59. This is the time when Monkeys are lively. Rooster (Youshi): 17:00 to 18:59. This is the time when Roosters begin to get back to their coops. Dog (Xushi): 19:00 to 20:59. This is the time when dogs carry out. Pig (Haishi): 21:00 to 22:59. This is the time when Pigs are sleeping sweetly. The Great Race [edit]

An ancient folk story tells that the cat and Rat were both very bad at swimming. Although they were poor swimmers, they were both quite intelligent. To get the meeting of the Emperor, he had to go to reach the meeting place. The Jade Emperor had to endorse. It was decided that the race would take place on the back of Ox. Ox, being kindhearted and naive, agreed to carry them both across.

Midway across the river, the Rat pushed the Cat into the water. The Rat jumps off the Ox and rushes to the Jade Emperor. It was named as the first animal of the zodiac calendar. The Ox, came in second. The third one to come was the tiger. Even though it was the Emperor that the currents were pushing him downstream.

Suddenly, from a distance came a thumping sound, and the Rabbit arrived. By the way of a girlfriend. It was washed away after the race. For that, it became the fourth animal in the zodiac cycle. In fifth place was the flying Dragon. The Emperor was wondering why the airborne creature such as the dragon failed to come in first.

It was held back. It made it to be true that it couldn’t help you. It is the name of the fifth animal. Galloping sound was heard, and the Horse appeared.

He gave a chance to make it a little bit more than After a while, the Goat, the Monkey and the Rooster came to the heavenly gate. With combined efforts they managed to arrive to the other side. The Rooster is a raft of the goat

The Emperor was pleased with his teamwork and was followed. The eleventh animal placed in the zodiac cycle was the Dog. Although it is a bit of a swimmer. It was a spell after a long spell. For the finish line.

It was the sound of the Pig. "Lazy little Pig" originated from this story. It fell away asleep. After it awoke, it will become the last animal to arrive. The catastrophe is drowned. It is a cat hunt.

Rat sing, [8]

It was tricked by the Rat. This is why the cat zodiac.

He added that he wondered how it would be a farewell. He remarked the animals after each of them. They were arrived.

The twelve animals Zodiac has been developed into the current version; it is difficult to investigate its real origins. Most historians agree with the arrival of Buddhism. Problems with English translation [edit]

There wasn’t been in ancient China. For example, mean can mean goat, ram or sheep. Similarly, it can be translated as a mouse. Further, it is easy to make it easy to use it.雞 Rooster may mean Chicken. However, Rooster is the most commonly used one among all the synonyms, the same for 羊,, etc. Chinese zodiac in other countries [edit]

The Chinese zodiac signs are also used. For one example, they usually appear on cards. The United States Postal Service will issue a "stamp of _____"

The Chinese Silver Maple Leaf Coins are inspired by Australia, Korea, and Mongolia. This is an internationally popular theme.

The Chinese zodiac is also used in some other Asian countries. However, it may be different by country. Asia [edit]

Further information: Burmese zodiac

It is normal for the zodiac to express its name, but it doesn’t mean it. Chinese source of the loanword.

The Japanese zodiac includes the Sheep (which would be yagi), and the Wild boar (inoshishi, i) instead of the Pig (buta). [9] The Japanese have, since 1873, celebrated the Gregorian calendar.

It is a cattle dog.

Replaces the monkey with the turtle (known locally as kra). But it’s a bit different. The Pig or Monkey.

It is a thai od Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai festival festival festival festival festival festival now now now now now now now now now now now ), depending on the purpose of the use. [11] Bulgars, Huns and Turkic people [edit]

It was a Chinese tradition that used to make it easier to use it. The following is the Greek Zodiac calendar, but it is in conformity with the Chinese one: Torè calendar [edit]

Names of years Kuzgé - [Year of] Saravana - Rat Shiger (Syger) - Ox Kuman (Imén) Ügur - Tiger, Myachi Tykha - Horse Téké - Goat Bichin, Michin - Monkey Tavuk - Rooster (also written tağuk — it is pronounced in Turk. Verbs döğmek and öğmek) It - Dog Shushma - Pig (many (Turk., Russ. "Kaban" —Translator's [who?] Note, also cognate of Turkish şişman, "fat")

In Kazakhstan, it is a wild animal (Kazakh: Ulu), and it is a leopard (Kazakh: Barys).

In Mongolia, 12 year beasts are called "Arwan hoir lived" meaning "12 years" Hulgana - Hulgana - Rat Ukher - Үher - Ox Bar - Bar - Tiger Tuulai - Tuulai - Rabbit Luu - Luu - Dragon Mogoi - Mogoy - Snake Mori - Sea - Horse Honi - Hon - Goat Bichin, Michin, Mechin - Beach / Mitch, Beechin , Michin, Machin - Monkey Tahiya - Tahia - Rooster Nohoi - Nokhoy - Dog Gahai - Gahai - Pig

In Kyrgyz 12-year cycle is called "Much", words for Tiger, Dragon and Monkey are only used in the 12-year cycle. Chychkan - Chychkan - Mouse Uy - Ui - Cow Bars - Leopard - Tiger Koyon - Koen - Rabbit Uluu - Uluu - Dragon Jylan - Zhylan - Snake Jylky - Zhylky - Horse Koy - Coy - Sheep Mechin - Mechin - Monkey Took - Tok - Chicken It - It - Dog Donuz - Doңuz - Wild boar Gallery [edit] See also [edit] References [edit] Citations [edit] ^ Dr Zai, J. Taoism and Science: Cosmology, Evolution, Morality, Health and more. Ultravisum, 2015. ^ Theodora Lau, The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes, pp. 2–8, 30–5, 60–4, 88–94, 118–24, 148–53, 178–84, 208–13, 238–44, 270–78, 306–12, 338–44, Souvenir Press , New York, 2005 ^ "" Almanac "" lunar "? China Network". 16 February 2009. Retrieved January 5, 2011. ^ http://www.traditionalfengshui.co.za/fourpillarssoftware.htm ^ "Chinese Compatibility Matching". Jan 2016. ^ "Chinese Zodiac Animal Signs Compatibility". yourchineseastrology.com/. ^ chinesefortunecalendar.com ^ Cyndi Chen (2013-02-26). "The 12 Animals of the Zodiac Chinese 十二生肖". Archived from the original on 2013-03-06. Retrieved October 11, 2013. ^ "Japanese Zodiac Signs and Symbols". japanesezodiac.org/. 5 January 2012. Retrieved 1 January 2015. ^ "" งู ใหญ่ - พญานาค - มังกร "รู้จัก 3 สัญลักษณ์ ปี" มะโรง "". ประชาชาติ ธุรกิจ. 5 January 2012. Retrieved 1 January 2015. ^ "เปลี่ยน วัน วัน ใหม่ การ นับ วัน ทาง โหราศาสตร์ ไทย ไทย การ เปลี่ยน ปี นักษัตร โหราศาสตร์ ดู ดวง ทำนาย ทาย ทัก". Archived from the original on 2011-01-03. Sources [edit] Shelly H. Wu. (2005). Chinese Astrology. Publisher: The Career Press, Inc. ISBN 1-56414-796-7 External links [edit]


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