Chinese astrology uses ' Purple star system ' to calculate the fate of human
beings.The Purple Star astrology is a system to describe human fate. A person's
characteristics can be identified through this system with reference to his or
her birth time. The stars are then located in the prescribed zones called the
astrological chart. This chart is the map of our life journey to the unbounded
following are the main stars used in the Purple Star System:
Great Controller (pole star or purple star)
Symbol - superior, precious, huge, classic, and modest
Person - emperor, president, minister, professional, boss, a person of high
Body - head and brain.
Symbol - generous, impatient, spontaneous, amorous, selfish, risk-taking,
entertaining, and day dreamer.
Person - entertainer, teacher, priest, guest relations officer and gambler.
Body - genitals.
Symbol - analytical, creative, researching, self-reliant, talkative,
controversial, and suspicious.
Person - lecturer, broadcaster, lawyer, geometrician, psychoanalyst, performing
artist and thief.
Body - mouth and throat.
Great justiciar (Alioth)
Symbol - recalcitrant, free thinking, sentimental, seeking self-improvement,
and a little psychopathic. Person - justice, soldier, traveller, masseur,
risk-taker, and prisoner.
Body - intestines and pimples.
Great Martial Artist (Mizar)
Symbol - straight, unbiased, strong-willed, systematic, and impassive.
Person - martial artist, inspector and banker.
Body - nose, respiratory organs, and lungs.
Symbol - impatient, innovative, risk-taking, forward, and confronting.
Person - pioneer, sailor, mountaineer, and front-liner.
Body - reproductive organs and excretory organs.
Treasurer (27 Ysgr)
Symbol - real, self-assertive, splendid, and neat.
Person - treasurer, distributor, and planner.
Body - stomach.
Marshal (Kaus Borealis)
Symbol - tender, honest, pedantic, open-hearted, and behaving elderly.
Person - marshal, physician, scholar, and historian.
Body - liver.
Strategist (13 m sgr)
Symbol - gentle, showing potential, shrewd, strategic thinking and not easily
Person - strategist, secretary, diplomat, and technician.
Body - bone, the nervous system, and legs.
Symbol - hospitable, lenient, humorous, naive, and lazy.
Person - philanthropist, doctor, contributor, and principal.
Body - buttock and ears.
Premier (40 r sgr)
Symbol - faithful, humane, friendly, cultured and with very good sense of
Person - premier and high standing official.
Body - lower part of body.
Symbol - independent, rebellious, straight-forward, and brave.
Person - general, ironmonger, gangster, and enforcer.
Body - lung and blood.
Symbol - humane, idealistic, bright, with many ideas to contribute, extreme,
Person - for a man-representing his father, himself, his son, his male friend,
and superior. for a woman-representing her father, her spouse and her son. It
also represents politician, guardian, and principal. Body - eyes, face, blood
Symbol - soft, romantic, clean, and observant.
Person for a man-representing his mother, his spouse, his secretary and his
daughter. for a woman-representing her mother, herself, and her daughter. It
also represents fortuneteller, prostitute, and moonlighter.
Body - skin, the womb, and urethra.
RAT : Since olden times, the rat has always been looked upon with
disdain by man. Strangely enough, legend has it that the rodent originated from
a falling star that fell on to earth centuries ago. It split into fragments,
which turned into numerous rats. Since then, the creature has had a profound
effect on human beings.
: The ox is considered the 'self-sacrificing deity' by some nationalities. It
carts, ploughs, and is by itself a source of food. All this makes the ox one of
the most important animals in the farming community, which regarded it as a
: Man called it the 'king of beasts' and accorded great respect to it. Legend
has it that the Tiger was the incarnation of a celestial general. It is
believed to be highly intelligent and possess supernatural powers.
: A gentle animal, the rabbit embodies the qualities of purity and beauty. It
symbolises the coming of spring - the season where living things take on a new
lease of life.
: The only mythological animal among the twelve, the dragon is no less
important than the others. Stories about it can be found everywhere. Man has
long considered it a celestial creature and looked upon it with awe and
: Though the very mention of the word 'snake' sends shivers down many a spine,
it is unfair to generalise and say that all snakes are evil. In the Chinese
mythical classic entitled legend of the white. Snake, the two characters, white
snake and green snake symbolise kindness and virtue. However, the Bible refers
to it as the cunning and treacherous demon or devil.
: The Horse is one of man's best friends. It has a beautifully shaped body,
strong, sturdy legs and a glorious mane. Its strong and independent character
can be seen from the way it struggles the stand up and walk barely ten minutes
after it is born.
: People in China regard the goat as an auspicious animal. Its chinese
character is derived from the character in the word, which means 'auspicious'.
Goat has healthy body and ability to run and jump in the most graceful manner.
: It is scientifically proven that man evolved from the ape. Hence, the monkey,
which is part of the ape family, is closely linked to man. It is the most
intelligent, agile and capable animal of its kind. In addition, its
physiological make-up is uncannily similar to man.
: The rooster, as told in legends, originated from the many stars that fell on
to earth. People sing praises about it as it is believed to possess the five
virtues - proficiency in the arts (as represented by its crown), dexterity in
sporting activities (the claws of its feet), courage (it would not hesitate of
fight its enemy), benevolence (sharing food with others) and trustworthiness
(crowing at day break without fail).
: The close relationship between man and dog can be traced to primitive times.
It is more of a love-hate relationship than anything else. Men love the Dog
because it is agile, loyal, intelligent and uncomplaining by nature. However,
they hate it for its too eager-to-please ways, which borders on hypocrisy.
: 'Where there are people, there are pigs' - it goes to show how closely linked
the two are. The pig is said to have originated from the North star, which fell
on to earth to bring good fortune to mankind. Nasty things have been said about
the pig; that it is stupid, lazy and greedy. However, science has proven that
this is not the case.
understand your closeones in a better way through this 12 animal cycle; where
each person is thought to be born under a particular sign (representing a