In Tibet, astrology is considered to be one of the five traditional sciences. Tibetan Astrology originated around 1000 years ago and it has its roots in several other traditions: Indian, Chinese, Buddhism and even the local Bon religion. This form of astrology can broadly be divided into two parts: the ‘Naktsi’ and the ‘Kartsi’ astrology. The ‘Naktsi’ astrology has its origin in Chinese astrology; whereas the ‘Kartsi’ astrology has its origin in Indian or Western astrology.
Tibetan astrology is a combination of the Western and the Chinese Astrology. As such, the twelve Sun Signs of the Tibetan Astrology are similar to that of the twelve zodiac signs of the Western Astrology; while the twelve Tibetan Animal Signs resemble the Chinese zodiac.
During the early ages, the Tibetan astrologers, based on their psychic powers advised people on nearly everything ranging from weather forecasts to harvesting times and from marriages to making important business deals. This made astrology an indispensable factor in their day to day lives. It must however be noted that Tibetan astrology is not only linked to religion and is studied by astrologers, but even the ancient Tibetan medical practitioners used to study astrology for the purpose of determining the timing of medication, the nature of diseases etc.
A Tibetan Astrology reading comprises of a detailed interpretation of the Tibetan Sun Sign and the Tibetan Animal Sign and you nature based on these signs. The Tibetan signs are named as Lug, Läng, Khrig, Kata, Senge, Bhumo, Sang, Dhig, Shü, Chusin, Bhumpa and Nya.
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