Transcript: Chinese Zodiac Rat The First animal to get a year was the rat. The rat is considered courageous and is well respected. People that were born on the year of the rat are also considered great leaders. Most people hate rats but when it comes to the Zodiac Animal the Chinese think it is a great year to be born on because of all the talents and great leadership the person born in the year of the rat has. Some job's people born on the year of the rat should have are " Writers, Broadcasters, Actors, Advisors, Counselors, Lawyers, Politicians, Designers, Engineers, Managers, Directors, Administrators, Entrepreneurs, Musicians, Stand-up Comedians, Researchers, Historians, Race Car Drivers" Ox Some of the characteristic of the people born on the year of the Ox are hardworking, persistent, shy, and Impulsive when angry. The "Ox people" are stubborn and dramatic. When they make decisions they still to them and don't regret it. The characteristic of an ox in the Chinese zodiac and in real life are quite the same because their both strong. The ox can pull large amounts of load and the characteristic of a ox is strong in decisions and in emotions . Tiger "Tiger people's" characteristics are brave, generous, alert, charming, well liked by others and are not motivated by money or power. One of the other characteristic is that they can lead to distress because, of frustration. Something that i thought was interesting was that you can hear a tigers roar from a mile away. They can also eat 100 pounds of meat one night. Rabbit Rooster Horse "Monkey people' are very open minded, very positive, and cheerful According to http://facts.randomhistory.com/2008/12/15_monkeys.html "monkeys express affection and make peace with others by grooming each other." Monkeys eat animals, plants, and sometimes even dirt. According to http://pages.infinit.net/garrick/chinese/sheep.html "sheep people' are elegant, charming, and creative. "Sheep people" are obsessed with their appearance are always finding a way to make their appearance better. Something i thought was interesting was that sheep usually give birth once a year. Pregnancy usually last 147 days. Monkey The Dragon's symbol represents the Chinese empires. "Dragon people " are masters of ceremonies. Dragons are confident and perfectionist. "Rooster people" are just like roosters they are very observant. They like to be notice and you can't fool them easily. According to http://www.switcharoozoo.com/profiles/rooster.htm roosters have been on farms, crowing loudly, for about 5000 years "Snake people" are charming, popular, and often seducers. According to http://www.whereincity.com/india-kids/animals/snake.htm "Snakes have unremarkable vision, it is able to detect movement. Their sense of hearing is most sensitive to frequencies around 200–300 Hz." Snakes have flexible low jaw allowing their mouth to srech out so there's no need for chewing. Snake Dragon " Horse people" are active and very energetic people. Horses spend more energy laying down the hoof of a horse is like a finger nail is needs to be cliped. Pig There are Twelve animals in the zodiac. The way the animal got their year was by a race. The first animal to get there got the frist year and ect. "Dog people" are great company but, can be judgmental and picky at times. "Dog people" are very serious and wise but, are also emotionally unstable when it comes to romance. according to http://www.funnyfidos.com/fun-dog-facts/ dogs aren't color blind just they don't see color as good as humans do. Dog "Rabbit people" are usually kind, nice, helpful and popular people. "Rabbit people" are not agressive and do not enjoy arguing they would rather be peaceful and quiet. According to http://www.threelittleladiesrabbitry.com/rabbitfacts.php "Adult bunnies can weigh between 2 lbs - 20 lbs depending on breed" About me and what zodiac animal I am. "Pig people" can be caring, loyal,and honest just as long as they like you . This is hard to believe but pigs are smarter then dogs!! :0 XD According to http://bestfunfacts.com/pigs.html "Pigs have no sweat glands and, therefore, do not sweat." I was born on the year of the tiger. I was born on June 9, 1998 that means I am earth tiger.This website says I am focus on success and don't just jump in to situations I analyze the situation first. Some of the websites I used to find out more. http://www.usbridalguide.com/special/chinesehoroscopes/Rat.htm http://pages.infinit.net/garrick/chinese/ox.html http://www.onlinechineseastrology.com/Chinese-Zodiac/astrology-sign-tiger.aspx http://fiestiegirl2003.tripod.com/FunFacts.htm http://www.threelittleladiesrabbitry.com/rabbitfacts.php Sheep
Transcript: Another legend is the Jade Emperor held a banquet in his palace. The order was according to their arrival. The cat had asked the rat to wake him up. The rat didn't wake the cat up, possibly a reason why cats dislike rats. -Its a popular way to socialize. -When you're born (according to superstition) you offend the god of age Ta Sui. -The best way to avoid bad luck is wear something red. -The animals aren't associated with constellation like the Western Zodiac. ANimals Rat Ram Characteristics- loving, idealistic, and stubborn Years- 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010 Characteristics- outgoing, loves money, and hates waste Years- 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008 Characteristics- good-natured, timid, and emotional Years- 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015 Chinese Zodiac Characteristics- systematic, temperamental, and considerate Years- 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023 Ox Characteristics- lively, manipulative, and self-reliant Years-1978, 1990, 2002, 2014 Rabbit Characteristics- proud, confident, and obsessive Years- 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 Tiger Fun Facts MONKEY The COntest According to one myth the animals quarreled over who would be the first in the cycle. Therefore the gods declared a contest; whoever reached the other side of the bank first would lead the zodiac. The rat had hitched a ride unknown to the ox and jumped off last minute, winning the race. Dragon Snake DOG Characteristics- aggressive, logical, and decisive Years- 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017 Characteristics- successful, crafty, and inquisitive Years- 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016 The first cycle of the zodiac dates backs to 2,600 BC. The Yellow Emperor introduced it to record the Chinese Lunar New Year. Actually, the animals were used because most people were illiterate, helping to symbolize the 12-year cycle. Characteristics- dependable, proud, and uncompromising Years- 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021 There are 12 animals in the zodiac, each representing a year. The zodiac is based of the Chinese lunar calender. Characteristics- clever, open-minded, and willing to help others Years- 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018 Characteristics- trustworthy, diplomatic, and can be hot tempered Years- 1983,1995,2007 Thank you for your attention. Rooster Origin Characteristics- intellectual, independent, and suspicious Years-1989, 2001, 2013 Horse Mrs.Wurthner PIG The Banquet
Transcript: THE CHINESE ZODIAC! Introduction The Chinese Zodiac is determined by the Chinese Lunar Calendar and is based on the cycles of the moon, unlike our western or Gregorian calendar which is based on the solar cycle. In Chinese astrology, because the moon's cycle repeats itself every 12 years, there are 12 animals in the Chinese Horoscope. Why is there no cat in the Zodiac? Another story tells that God called the animals to a banquet that night. The Rat, who loved to play tricks on his neighbour, told the cat that the banquet was on the day after tomorrow. The Cat believed his neighbour the Rat and slept whilst dreaming of the banquet. The next day, the rat arrived first followed by the ox, the tiger and the rest of the animals. The order of the animals was decided by the order that they arrived. The Cat was devastated and vowed that he would always hate the Rat. This is why cats chase rats in folklore. Fun Fact! Maralyn Monroe was born under the tiger! A Buddha summoned all the animals to a meeting In some Chinese culture the zodiac animals can be featured on birthday cards. this is the chinese zodiac Symbols for your zodiac animal. This presentation was made by Mercedes Boyer, Christa Badger, and Calista Whirley. This is now over. By:Christa,Calista & Mercedes The Chinese Zodiac is derived according to the ancient Five Elements Theory. Every Chinese Sign is composed of five elements. The relations between those elements are interpolation, interaction, over action, and counter-action, which are believed to be the common law of the motions and changes of the creatures in the universe. Different people born under each animal sign have different personalities. It is possible to check details and compatibilities to gain guidance in life, for love or for marriage.u
Transcript: Horses are hardworking, intelligent, cheerful, friendly and popular, but impatient. They considered themselves superior to others and are selfish and cunning. They would make good scientists, poet or polotician. The Sheep The Pig The Horse The Ox Oxen are strong, determined and hard working individuals. You can depend on them and trust them completely. They are good in routine work, and they are best when they are allowed to work alone. They are good archeologist, engineers, carpenters and real estate agent. Sheep are creative, artistic, elegant, passionate, honest, but pessimistic and disorganized. They can be too dependent and they easily complain. They do not respond well to pressure, but can solve problems when given their space. They make good actors or gardeners. Snakes are clever, passionate, romantic, determined, very wise and charming, but also vain. They follow their intuition and win a lot of money. They make great teachers, philosophers, writers or fortune tellers. Roosters are hardworking, courageous, arrogant, reckless and selfish. They devote themselves to work and are skilled at what they do. They make great owners, publicists or soldiers. Monkeys are intelligent, clever, entertaining, but dangerous and easily discouraged. They have a magnetic personality and are well liked but they can't be trusted. They can be successful at anything they try. Dragons are intelligent, bossy, loud, gifted, popular and successful. They are full of enthusiasm. They are stubborn on the outside but softhearted on the inside. They make great artists, preiests, politician or a leader. Rats are disciplined, systematic and charismatic. They can manipulative, selfish and stubborn. They have creative abilities and excellent problem solving abilities. They are excellent administrators and entrepreneurs. They are also good managers, directors and researchers. The Rabbit The Rat The Dragon Dogs are honest, quite, intelligent, stubborn but loyal and faithful. They are good listeners and are very dedicated. They constantly worry and have a sharp tongue, but they are born to be successful. They make good businessmen, activists, teachers, or secret agents. Rabbits are affectionate obliging, talented, always pleasant and they value security and tranquility. They can be too sentimental or superficial. They are cautious and usually don't take a lot of risk. They would make a great lawyer, diplomat or actor. The Monkey The Snake Chinese Zodiac By Halle, Victoria and Maris The Dog The Tiger http://youtu.be/a5lnf0UYf-M Pigs are honest, sincere, reliable, shy, kind, impulsive and short tempered. They make good companions. They can be very naive, but they will sacrifice their life for a good cause. They make great entertainers and lawyers. Tigers are sensitive, aggressive, unpredictable, charming emotional and capable of great love. They often risk themselves and they live a carefree life. Tigers make good bosses, explorers or race car drivers. The Rooster
Transcript: 1999/March 6 - April 4 The tiger is spontaneous, passionate, and daring. It can be moody, aggressive, and reckless. 2003/July 7 - August 6 The ox is described as calm, patient, hardworking, and logical. At times, it can be stubborn, narrow-minded, and materialistic. Goat The monkey is inventive, good at improvising, and a problem solver. It also is vain, selfish, and deceptive The rooster is neat, organized, and decisive, which makes it critical, proud, and judgemental Dragon The goat is sincere, artistic, and innovative. It is also can be pessimistic, sensitive and shy. 1998/Febuary 4 - March 5 2002/June 6 - July 6 2001/May 5 - June 5 Pig The dog is honest, intelligent, and loyal, but can be lazy, judgemental, and pessimistic 2006/October 8 - November 6 Rooster Snake 2007/November 7 - December 6 The dragon is described as strong, proud, noble, and passionate, although it can be arrogant and violent. Finally, the pig is portrayed as trustworthy, understanding, and peace-loving, while it can be gullible and materialistic In Chinese zodiac, the rat is thought to be charismatic, intellectual, and sociable. It can, however, be over-ambitious, quick-tempered, and impatient. Rabbit 1997/January 6 - Febuary 3 Ox Chinese Zodiac 2000/April 5 - May 4 The snake is wise, elegant, and soft-spoken, but it can also be lonesome, distrustful, and cold. Rat Horse 1996/December 07 - January 05 2004/August 7 - September 7 Tiger The horse is represented as cheerful, popular and quick-witted, although it can be childish and rude. 2005/September 8 - October 7 The rabbit can be gracious, kind, and softspoken. It can also be stubborn. Monkey Dog
Transcript: For a long time there has been a special relationship between humans and the 12 zodiacal animals. It is believed that the years represented by the animals affect the characters of people in the same manner as the sign of zodiac adopted by western civilizations. Click the following signs to know information on the characters of persons under different signs. Interesting facts like years, strengths, weaknesses, best matches and fortune of 2011 of each sign are introduced. Chinese zodiac brianca harris november 25,2013 period:7th The Chinese Zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao, is based on a twelve year cycle, each year in that cycle related to an animal sign. These animal signs are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. It is calculated according to Chinese lunar calendar . You can use the tool on the right to search for your Chinese zodiac. Select your Gregorian date of birth, and you'll reveal your date of birth according to the lunar calendar together with your zodiac sign. Rat: (1984, 1996, 2008, add 12 years for each subsequent year) Ox: (1985, 1997, 2009) Tiger: (1986, 1998, 2010) Rabbit: (1987, 1999, 2011) Dragon: (1976, 1988, 2000) Snake: (1977, 1989, 2001) Horse: (1978, 1990, 2002) Ram: (1979, 1991, 2003) Monkey: (1980, 1992, 2004) Chicken: (1981, 1993, 2005) Dog: (1982, 1994, 2006) Pig: (1983, 1995, 2007)
Transcript: Chinese Zodiac! Chinese Zodiac contains 12 signs The 12 animals in the cycle of the Chinese Zodiac came from a legend about Buddha. Buddha invited all of the animals to join him for New Year's Day. Only 12 animals went to see Buddha. As a reward, Buddha promised to name a year for each one in order of their arival Each of the 12 signs represents a person's character or talents. People under the rat sign are usually: willing to accumulate wealth and to make efforts to be successful smart happy and harmonious with others Compatibility- Best match: dragon, monkey, ox Avoid: sheep, horse, rabbit, rooster People born in the year of the ox are probably: honest laborious patient obstinate, poor at communication Compatibility- Best match: rat, snake, rooster Avoid: dragon, horse, sheep, dog, rabbit People born in the Year of the Pig are: honest frank tolerant optimistic have a calm appearance and strong heart lack patience and independence Compatibility- Best match: sheep, rabbit avoid: snake, pig, monkey It is said that the order of the Zodiac originated in the Han Dynasty. Chinese Zodiac is based on the lunar calender.The lunar calendar has a sixty year cycle. The five basic elements of Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth are combined with the twelve animal signs to form the sixty year cycle. By Lauren Bakke The twelve animals in the cycle of the Chinese Zodiac derive from a legend about Buddha who invited all the animals to join him for New Year's Day. Only twelve animals went to see Buddha. As a reward he promised to name a year for each one in order of their arrival, these were the rat, ox, tiger, hare, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, cock, dog and boar.
Transcript: There are several legends about how the animals were chosen for the Chinese zodiac. This is one of them. The Jade Emperor is the name of the Emperor of Heaven.A riverLong ago, in China, the Jade Emperor decided there should be a way of measuring time. On his birthday he told the animals that there was to be a swimming race. The first twelve animals across the fast flowing river would be the winners and they would each have a year of the zodiac named after them. All the animals lined up along the river bank. The rat and the cat, who were good friends, were worried because they were poor swimmers. Being clever they asked the strong ox if he would carry them across the river. 'Of course' said the kind ox. 'Just climb on my back and I will take you across.' The rat winning the race The rat and the cat quickly jumped up and were very excited when the ox soon took the lead in the race. They had almost reached the other bank when the rat pushed the cat into the river leaving him to struggle in the water. Then just before the ox was about to win the race the rat leapt on his head and on to the bank to finish first. 'Well done,' said the Jade Emperor to the proud rat. 'The first year of the zodiac will be named after you.' The poor ox had been tricked into second place and the second year of the zodiac was named after him. Shortly after the exhausted tiger clawed his way to the river bank to claim third place. Swimming across the river had been an enormous struggle for him against the strong currents. The Emperor was so delighted with his efforts that he named the third year after him. Next to arrive was the rabbit, who hadn't swum across at all. He hopped across on some stepping stones and then found a floating log which carried him to the shore. 'I shall be very happy to call the fourth year after you,' the surprised Jade Emperor explained. Just then a kind dragon swooped down to take fifth place. 'Why didn’t you win the race, as you can fly as well as swim?' the Jade Emperor asked. 'I was held up because some people and animals needed water to drink. I needed to make some rain,' the dragon explained. 'Then when I was nearly here I saw a poor little rabbit on a log in the water and I blew a puff of wind so that the log would float to the river bank.' 'Well that was very kind of you and now you are here you will have the fifth year of the zodiac named after you.' The next thing the Jade Emperor heard was the sound of the horse’s hooves. Just as he was thinking the horse would be the next animal to arrive, a sneaky snake wriggled out from around one of the horse’s hooves. The horse was so surprised that he jumped backwards giving the snake a chance to take the sixth place in the race. The poor horse had to be satisfied with seventh place. Not long afterwards a raft arrived carrying the goat, the monkey and the rooster. They explained to the Emperor how they had shared the raft that the rooster had found. The goat and monkey had cleared weeds and pushed the raft to the shore. The Emperor was very pleased that the animals had worked together. He said the goat would be the eighth zodiac animal, the monkey the ninth, and the rooster the tenth. The next animal to finish was the dog. 'Why are you so late when you are one of the best swimmers?' asked the Jade Emperor. 'The water in the river was so clean that I had to have a bath on the way,' explained the dog. His reward was to have the eleventh year named after him. Now there was one place left in the zodiac and the Emperor wondered when the last winner would come. He had nearly given up when he heard a grunt from the boar. 'You took a long time to cross the river,' said the Emperor to the boar. 'I was hungry and stopped to eat,' explained the boar. 'After the meal I felt so tired that I fell asleep.' 'You have still done well,' said the Jade Emperor. 'The last year of the zodiac will be named after you.' The cat swimming to shore As for the cat who had been pushed into the water by the rat, he finally crawled out of the water but was too late to have a year named after him. He felt very cross with the rat and since then cats have never been friends with rats. From that day to this the Chinese Zodiac has followed this cycle of years named after these twelve animals.
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