According to the Chinese zodiac, you are “Grass.”
In Western astrology, you are a Taurus.
A Taurus is a mythical creature, somewhat like an ox.
There are two predominant fates that preside on your birthday.
One is your fate according to Western astrology.
The other is your fate according to the Eastern divination system (Four Pillars of Destiny).
Two different interpretations of your fate emerge from the same birthday.
In Western astrology, you are classified as a Taurus (to be precise, your sun sign is Taurus).
Taurus is characterized by a strong, calm appearance and way of thinking. Although the Taurus is generally thought of as a fearsome animal, it is actually not easily provoked. It is a down to earth type of animal that is patient and laid-back in its approach to things.
In the Four Pillars of Destiny, you are represented by the Chinese character for “Grass” (more accurately, the Chinese character for “乙”). This represents the way in which you approach things neither directly nor head-on, but rather in a more complex way, as if you were entangled in your surroundings. You may not have the instantaneous power to break through, but you do have the tenacity to reach your goal slowly and steadily.
Western astrology and the Four Pillars of Destiny are two different types of divination. The laws of the two worlds, East and West, each determine the destiny that presides at the moment of your birth.
What follows is the interpretation of you, a person with a complex destiny, from the standpoint of the East and the West. This is not to say that one is right and the other wrong, but rather that both interpretations should complement each other and be interpreted in a three-dimensional way.
Based on the date of your birth, these two fates, East and West, can be represented by the image of the “Taurus in the Grass“.
At first this may sound like a Taurus taking a rest in the grass, but in reality, your destiny is more complex than this idyllic image you may imagine at first.
It may look beautiful from a distance, but in reality, the ivy in the grass is tangled around your legs, preventing you from moving. This represents that, above all, you are not very good at acting quickly.
Therefore, no matter what direction you are heading in life, you prefer to take the most certain action after a thorough understanding of all the options, rather than taking a risk and taking the quickest path.
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