Fall equinox, coming exactly midpoint between Chinese fall and winter seasons, shows us a transition of energies. Chinese fall started on August 8th, and winter starts on November 8th. While the transition is basically from Metal
to Water, Metal being the element of fall time… Continue reading
Chinese Fall season started at 5:49 AM, Beijing time, on August 8th, in other words 5:49 PM EDT on 8/7 at Washington DC. Chinese Fall season, or the season of the element Metal begins exactly mid-point the Summer Solstice and the Fall Equinox. It coincides with the Druid festival of… Continue reading
Due to the differences of our calendars, Western summer straddles both the Chinese summer and autumn seasons. Chinese summer starts on May 6th and Chinese autumn starts on August 8th. Western summer starts on June 21st, exactly mid-point Chinese summer and autumn seasons. When we talk of Western summer in… Continue reading
Spring Equinox comes midway between the Chinese spring and summer seasons. The Chinese springtime begins on February 4th and summertime begins on May 6th. So, what we have here is a transition of conditions. The Chinese astrological chart for springtime has predominant Wood element, and the chart for summertime shows… Continue reading
Chinese New Year began this year with the New Moon of February 2nd. The Year is called Metal Rabbit. Metal Rabbit is assertive and diplomatic. The elements in Metal Rabbit combine to produce Wood. The nature of this combination is to plan and decide. Plans and decisions begun last year,… Continue reading
>Based on this writer’s two prior articles on the Chinese New Year, as seen on http://www.examiner.com/x-34155-Albuquereque-Metaphysical-Examiner, here are some Feng Shui tips that you can use to help make this year go more smoothly and increase your luck. This is the Year of 8 Earth Star and Metal Tiger.
Being… Continue reading
>The Chinese Lunar New Year began at New Moon, February 13 – 14, 2010. This is the year Metal Tiger. The month is Earth Tiger. The day is Wood Sheep, and the hour in Washington DC is Fire Sheep.
For the world in general this is going to be a… Continue reading
>The Chinese Solar New Year, or the beginning of the Chinese Spring Season began on February 4th. The Chinese Lunar New Year, the official Chinese New Year begins on the New Moon, February 13th/14th.
The Chinese Solar calendar marks this year as the year of 8 Earth Star. What this… Continue reading