"Clear, thorough, and beautifully written, this book will satisfy anyone from the beginner to the most accomplished scholar."
(Seann Xenja, Feng Shui consultant and educator)
From the Back Cover
“A lucid and penetrating foray into the mysteries of Taoist natural science. The material is presented with a dynamic animism that breathes such life into the characters that they virtually leap from the page. Levitt and Tang have clearly created the reference standard for anyone interested in the profound study of Asian astrology, medicine, and psychology.”
--John Mini, Chinese medicine practitioner and licensed acupuncturist
“Clear, thorough, and beautifully written, this book will satisfy anyone from the beginner to the most accomplished scholar.”
--Seann Xenja, Feng Shui consultant and educator
The ancient Chinese people developed a sophisticated science of astrology that continues to have profound influence in China today. Rooted in the fundamentals of Taoism, which sees life as the play of opposing forces and cycles, it evolved into a system vastly different from Western astrology. In Taoist astrology the year in which you are born determines your character. The years form a cycle of sixty unique signs, each with distinct strengths and weaknesses. Taoist Astrology
provides in-depth descriptions of each of the sixty signs and offers important advice for making life decisions. It gives valuable insights into personality, relationships, child–parent dynamics, and rising and falling fortunes. Special sections on yin and yang, Confucianism and Buddhism, and Taoist alchemy return this Chinese tradition to its ancient sources. Explanations of rising signs and of the connection between Taoist astrology and Western astrology give you all the background you need for understanding one of the oldest systems of divination known to mankind.
SUSAN LEVITT is a professional astrologer and Tarot consultant. Her articles have appeared in New Age Journal
, and Magical Blend
. JEAN TANG, a native of Taiwan, is a lifelong student of Chinese history, literature, and metaphysics. Both authors reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.