More than 1,000 years ago, a man in China created the first calendar and the Chinese language was born.

The first Chinese calendar was based on the Moon and the Sun.

In the years after the Chinese revolution, the people’s views on the heavens changed and a new view of the heavens emerged, with the Sun rising, the Moon setting, and the planets changing positions.

Astrology has a long history in China, and it has been one of the most popular forms of astrology for centuries.

According to the Chinese astrological system, the moon, the planets, the zodiacal signs, the seasons, the signs of the zeros and the zones of the planets are divided into five areas: the zhong (great circle), the jing (little circle), and the hui (circle of the circle).

The Sun, Moon and planets are numbered from 1 to 5, and are based on lunar phases.

These are the planets that are closest to the Moon.

The zodiac is divided into seven sections: the first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth sections, and there are seven zodiac signs, each one representing a different aspect of the Sun, moon and planets.

The signs are based upon the zenith and apogee of the Moon, and they are all related to the Sun’s position in the sky.

The Chinese astrologer who created the system is the Wu Jianwu, a Chinese mystic who lived in the 6th century BC.

In his book, Astrology of the Chinese, published in the 16th century, Wu Jianwei wrote: “I believe that the planets have an inherent power to move the stars and planets.”

In ancient China, astrology was a means of gathering information on the weather and nature of the people.

According of the legend, the ancient Chinese people believed that they had a special ability to understand the future.

In ancient times, astrologers had many powers, including the ability to predict future events, such as the rising of the sun, the eclipses, and their alignment with the planets.

The astrologic system is based on a lunar cycle, and in order to calculate the seasons the calendar must be synchronized with the solar cycle.

According to astrology textbooks, the calendar is based upon a solar year.

The lunar year is based solely on the phase of the moon.

According the astrologist Wu Jianwang, the lunar year must be adjusted to coincide with the zeta and theta, or the signs and the phases of the Earth and the Moon respectively.

According a Chinese proverb, “The zeta is the ruler of the universe, theta the ruler over the stars.”