Vine's Phone Psychic Readings and Astrology
Vine has great respect for the practice of Astrology, particularly indigenous culture astrology
and astrology in Ancient civilisations
and sometimes calls upon aspects of Astrology and Numerology in her readings. However, Vine doesn't do Astrology readings; She uses her unique spiritual breath technique, gifted to her by Spirit, to connect directly with your energetic aura.
The origins of astrology can of course be traced back to many of our ancient civilisations.
There are a range of astrological practices in both the Eastern and Western world. It is believed by studying the positions of the celestial bodies that an astrologer can predict how these influences will directly effect life on Earth and its millions of inhabitants.
We recommend Susan Miller's Astrology Zone for free astrological monthly readings for your star sign
Chinese Astrology is based on the 12 animal signs of the Chinese calendar and has a 12 year cycle. The 12 animal signs infuencing the years are: Rat, Cow, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Chicken (Rooster), Dog and Pig. All of the Chinese signs of the zodiac have common attributes to the person’s birth cycle. Each sign is also influenced by the earth elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water.
The Chinese New Year Day for 2017 was January 28th (it's different every year).
2017 - Year of the Fire Rooster
2017 is the Year of the Rooster and this year is the Fire Rooster. Each zodiac year in Chinese astrology is not only associated with an animal sign, but also one of the five elements: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth. This year is for the element "Fire", hence the Fire Rooster.
The last Fire Rooster year occurred in 1957, so happy 60th Birthday year to all the Fire Roosters out there. As an extremely strong willed and proactive Fire Rooster person, as far as you're concerned, 60 is the new 40.
The basic Rooster is led by strong instinctual feelings. They'll be up with the Sun first thing in the morning because that's what feels right. Fire Roosters love the attention and are quite sociable, so their crowing can be particularly loud.
Roosters who follow their instincts are more likely to succeed, so they shouldn't over-think things. In the words of Horace Mann, "Don't Think, Just Do
A good life lesson for Roosters is to remember that while loud crowing can wake people up and get things done, it can also be annoying and therefore work against you if you over-do it.
It then might be time for some Buddhist advice: "Don't Just Do Something, Sit There
2016 - Year of the Monkey
The Chinese New Year Day for 2016 was February 8th (It changes every year). Each year a new Chinese animal zodiac sign is celebrated. 2016 was the Year of the Monkey.
If you were born in the Year of the Monkey, you are a Monkey.
: 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028...
This being a Monkey Year, if you are a Monkey you will need to sharply focus on your career with great discipline if you are to succeed. Focus and discipline can be quite hard for Monkeys because they like to play and stir things up, but with hard work, discipline, honesty, humility, concentration on safety (and balancing hard work with enough relaxation time), Monkeys certainly can succeed in 2016.
All of those things are of course difficult for monkeys, which is why self discipline is important for mischievous Monkeys.
2015 - Year of the Sheep
Each year a new Chinese animal zodiac sign is celebrated.
2015 is the Year of the Sheep (Goat, or Ram). The Chinese New Year Day is February 19th 2015.
The sheep (goat, or ram) is a gentle and calm animal liked and respected by most people in China.
The Sheep has Yin energy, a symbol of Peace, Harmonious co-existence and Tranquility.
Its fleece has traditionly been used to make brushes for writing/caligraphy/art, and sheep skin was used to keep warm,
so people under the sign of the sheep are polite, devoted to family, wise, gentle, artistic, compassionate and kind-hearted.
They are sensitive to art and beauty, they like quiet living and they try to be economical.
The negative side of their quiet and gentle nature may sometimes lead to Sheep people being shy, or worriers, moody,
pessimistic, indecisive, or perhaps lacking the will power to get things done.
The Sheep is the eighth sign of the 12 year cycle in Chinese astrology and number "8" is considered to be a very lucky number,
symbolizing wisdom, fortune and prosperity.
In the 2015 Year of the Sheep, the empasis in solving problems should be on
passive and nurturing qualities. Co-operation and joining forces in
order to fight the evil and destructive forces that have been secretly operating against the greater good.
Using greater intuition and wisdom to solve problems that are
destroying the world.
2015 is a year to use peaceful ideas and action rather than brute force. Aggressiveness will be
overcome by wise strategy and common sense.
Let the Sheep’s calming vibrations flow through you and connect
with others on the heart level.
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2014 - Year of the Horse
2014 was the Year of the Horse. The horse is a very respected animal in China. It is not a work animal, (the ox does the work). Before bicycles and now cars, the horse gave the quickest and best means of transportation. The horse does not only mean travel, but also success. But Horse is wild until it is caught and trained so that you can ride it. That requires patience and hard work, but when you've done it, success comes.
The Horse is an intelligent and social animal and connected to the element of Fire. So a Horse year may contain more social engagments and romance. Sitting up high on a horse is a good thing if you can manage it. Dress well for your ride.
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