Chinese Ascendant

The Chinese ascendant sign determines the individual's personality
Ascendant sign in the Chinese horoscope

An individual's zodiac sign and element is complemented by their ascendant sign. By the way, Chinese astrology does not use the star constellation on the eastern horizon at the time of someone's birth to calculate the ascendant. Instead, each zodiac animal sign rules about 2 hours of each day.

For example, the Rat rules from 11 pm to 1 am - so in the case of a midnight birth, the individual would have a Rat ascendant sign, whose characteristics determine their personality type. If you don't know your time of birth, check out the ascendant calculation table to see which animal best represents your character.

1-3 am:        Ox

3-5 am:        Tiger

5-7 am:        Rabbit/Cat

7-9 am:        Dragon

9-11 am:      Snake

11-13 am:    Horse

13-15 am:    Sheep/Goat

15-17 am:    Monkey

17-19 am:    Rooster

19-21 am:    Dog

21-23 am:    Pig

23-1 am:      Rat

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Chinese Horoscope

Would you like to know more about Chinese astrology? Learn more about the 12 animal zodiac signs and the 5 elements.

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