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The New Chinese Astrology. Revised and Updated (New)
by White, Suzanne
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9780312586447, 0312586442
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In Suzanne White's revised and updated New Chinese Astrology, the world-famous astrologer and bestselling author demystifies the complexities of the Chinese Zodiac. This fun-to-read volume describes each animal sign's individual characteristics, special capabilities, and particular health problems. White also explains in depth how the Chinese element that rules the whole year affects each individual sign.
Discover the terrible Tiger's inimitable charms and glaring foibles. Find out why Rats get married so often and why Goats make perfect hippies. Even learn why Oxen should avoid spicy foods! All you need is a date of birth to figure out anyone's animal sign.
This savvy book tells us how people of the various signs combine and relate to one another as friends, lovers and colleagues. Suzanne White reveals which matches are truly harmonious--and which unions could be a recipe for disaster. She explains which celebrities were born under the various signs, and offers valuable advice for improving your destiny. Best of all, The New Chinese Astrology predicts what the upcoming years bode for you, your friends, and even your enemies.
Lively, accessible, and witty, this book is full of invaluable advice. Whether you're a seasoned expert or merely curious about your own or your loved ones' Chinese animal signs, Suzanne White's New Chinese Astrology is an indispensable aid to those seeking a higher understanding of human nature.
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