According to the Chinese zodiac, you are “Water”
In Western astrology, you are a Sagittarius.
Most people do not associate rain with something positive. No one wants to get wet, the humidity is annoying, and the air pressure can make you feel depressed.
However, rain is a very important part of human life. Especially for farmers in the past, it was so important that in all parts of the world people considered rain a great blessing. It used to be common practice to hold rituals to pray to the heavens for rain when crops were going to wither due to the Sun. Even in Chinese divination and thought, rain seems to often represent blessings.
Rain always flows without stopping. Rainwater flows into rivers and oceans, evaporates, moves through the sky as clouds, and then falls again in a completely different area. This cycle is repeated all the time, changing its shape and nature.
Rain represents the softness and eternity of something that is both ever-changing and unchanging, and it is also seen as the source of life.
If you’ve been doing astrology for a while, then you already know that in Western astrology you are classified as a Sagittarius, (or to be more precise, your sun sign is Sagittarius). Sagittarius is characterized by a rash and fierce drive. They have the strength to charge straight towards their goal.
On the other hand, in the Oriental divination system, (the Four Pillars of Destiny) you are represented by the Chinese character for “Water” (or more accurately, by the Chinese character for “癸”). You take pleasure in serving others and contributing to society, and are highly adaptable to everything. At first glance, you may appear to be a simple person, but the more someone gets to know you, the more they will feel the depth of your heart.
Western astrology and the Four Pillars of Destiny are two different types of divination. However, they are the same in that they both use your birthday to determine your destiny. The laws of the two worlds, East and West, each determine the fate that presides at the moment of your birth.
In other words, you, a human being with a complex destiny, are interpreted from the standpoint of both the East and the West. This does not mean that one of these interpretations is correct and the other incorrect. Rather, this means that both should be interpreted in a three-dimensional, complementary way.
Here we will analyze your Sagittarius characteristics and your essence as a Water sign. If we interpret these together, you can be described as an “Archer in the Rain”.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, rain is both a blessing from heaven and the source of life. And the Archer in the Rain is a hunter who has a big, vague goal to unravel the secrets of this world, which are filled with energy, information, and mysteries from the heavens.
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