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  • ROXANNE YOUNG
    Attaining Your Animal Totem from Your Zodiacal Birth Sign If your shelves are not stocked with objects of art representing wolves, eagles, cats, horses,
    Message 1 of 2 , May 7, 2006
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      Attaining Your Animal Totem from Your Zodiacal Birth Sign  

       

       If your shelves are not stocked with objects of art representing wolves, eagles,
      cats, horses, elephants, or any other creature in particular, then perhaps the
      simplest method of acquiring a totem animal other than being born with an
      animal surname is to accept the symbol of your birth sign as your spirit helper.

      Of course, those of you who know that your sign is Gemini, Virgo, Libra,
      Sagittarius, or Aquarius are already complaining that you have no animal
      representation. As I was doing this part I noticed a couple of the signs had
      no animal as a sign so I did more digging and found that many people came
      up with the same animal for those signs so I have put them here. It is, of
      course, up to those who are born under those signs to accept or reject the
      totems that I have found but remember, you had none before.::::Smiles::::

      Aries, the Ram: March 21 to April 20
      Taurus, the Bull: April 21 to May 21
      Gemini, the~ Dolphin: May 22 to June 21
      Cancer, the Crab: June 22 to July 22
      Leo, the Lion: July 23 to August 23
      Virgo, the Lamb: August 24 to September 22
      Libra, the Owl: September 23 to October 23
      Scorpio, the Scorpion: October 24 to November 22
      Sagittarius, the Horse: November 23 to December 21
      Capricorn, the Goat: December 22 to January 20
      Aquarius, the Eagle: January 21 to February 19
      Pisces, the Fish: February 20 to March 20

       

      The Native American Zodiac

      If you don't feel connected on a spiritual level with the animal totem provided with your birth date in the standard zodiacal depictions try blending with your animal sign from the Native American Zodiac, based on the Medicine Wheel cosmology interpreted by some Native Americans, Wabun and the late Sun Bear:

      The Red-Tailed Hawk: March 19 to April 19
      The Beaver: April 20 to May 20
      The Deer: May 21 to June 21
      The Brown Flicker: June 22 to July 21
      The Sturgeon: July 22 to August 21
      The Bear: August 22 to September 22
      The Raven: September 23 to October 22
      The Snake: October 23 to November 21
      The Elk: November 22 to December 21
      The Snow Goose: December 22 to January 20
      The Otter: January 20 to February 18
      The Cougar: February 19 to March 20

       

      The Chinese Zodiac

      Exponents of the Chinese Zodiac believe that the year of a person's birth is the primary factor in the determining of his or her personality traits, physical and mental attributes, and the degree of happiness and success attained throughout that person's lifetime. The Chinese Zodiac consists of a twelve-year cycle, each year of which is named after a different animal totem that imparts distinct characteristics to those born in a given year. If you have not yet found the totem ani-mal that truly resonates with your inner self, perhaps you will be able to claim the animal sign of your birth year as your spirit helper. (If you were born before 1936, add twelve to the year you were born in to determine your year and sign.)

      The Rat: 1936,1948,1960,1972, 1984,1996
      The Ox: 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997
      The Tiger: 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998
      The Rabbit: 1939, 1951,1963, 1975,1987,1999
      The Dragon: 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000
      The Snake: 1941, 1953, 1965,1977,1989, 2001
      The Horse: 1942,1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002
      The Sheep: 1943, 1955,1967,1979,1991, 2003
      The Monkey: 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004
      The Cock: 1945,1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005
      The Dog: 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006
      The Boar: 1947, 1959,1971,1983,1995, 2007

       

      ACCEPTING THE ANIMAL TOTEM OF YOUR PATRON SAINT

      Many of the saints of Christendom are identified by an animal symbol. If you don't feel a rapport with the animal totem based on your zodiacal sign, perhaps you may decide that if a particular creature was good enough for your patron saint, it is good enough for you.

      Bear:   St. Gall
      Bee:   St. Ambrose, St. John Chrysostom
      Birds:   St. Francis of Assisi
      Blackbird:   St. Kevin
      Boar:   St. Cyricus
      Bull:   St. Luke, St. Thomas Aquinas
      Camel:   St. Mennas
      Cock:   St. Peter, St. Vitus
      Cow:   St. Brigid
      Crow:   St. Anthony
      Doe:   St. Withburga
      Dog:   St. Dominic, St. Hubert,
                 St. Bernard
      Dove:   St. Ambrose, St. Gregory
      Dragon:   St. Margaret of Antioch,
                    St. George
      Eagle:   St. John the Evangelist
      Fish:   St. Anthony of Padua
      Goose:   St. Brigid, St. Martin
      Lamb:   St. Agnes, St. John the Baptist
      Lion:   St. Mark, St. Jerome
      Mouse:   St. Gertrude of Nivelles
      Otter:   St. Cuthbert
      Pig:   St. Anthony of Egy~t
      Salmon:   St. Kentigern
      Snake:   St. Patrick
      Stag:   St. Eustace, St. Giles
      Swan:   St. Hugh of Lincoln
      Whale:   St. Brendan
      Wolf:   St. Edmund of East Anglia,
                 St. Francis of Assisi
                      






    • ROXANNE YOUNG
      Attaining Your Animal Totem from Your Zodiacal Birth Sign If your shelves are not stocked with objects of art representing wolves, eagles, cats, horses,
      Message 2 of 2 , May 8, 2006
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        Attaining Your Animal Totem from Your Zodiacal Birth Sign  

         

         If your shelves are not stocked with objects of art representing wolves, eagles,
        cats, horses, elephants, or any other creature in particular, then perhaps the
        simplest method of acquiring a totem animal other than being born with an
        animal surname is to accept the symbol of your birth sign as your spirit helper.

        Of course, those of you who know that your sign is Gemini, Virgo, Libra,
        Sagittarius, or Aquarius are already complaining that you have no animal
        representation. As I was doing this part I noticed a couple of the signs had
        no animal as a sign so I did more digging and found that many people came
        up with the same animal for those signs so I have put them here. It is, of
        course, up to those who are born under those signs to accept or reject the
        totems that I have found but remember, you had none before.::::Smiles::::

        Aries, the Ram: March 21 to April 20
        Taurus, the Bull: April 21 to May 21
        Gemini, the~ Dolphin: May 22 to June 21
        Cancer, the Crab: June 22 to July 22
        Leo, the Lion: July 23 to August 23
        Virgo, the Lamb: August 24 to September 22
        Libra, the Owl: September 23 to October 23
        Scorpio, the Scorpion: October 24 to November 22
        Sagittarius, the Horse: November 23 to December 21
        Capricorn, the Goat: December 22 to January 20
        Aquarius, the Eagle: January 21 to February 19
        Pisces, the Fish: February 20 to March 20

         

        The Native American Zodiac

        If you don't feel connected on a spiritual level with the animal totem provided with your birth date in the standard zodiacal depictions try blending with your animal sign from the Native American Zodiac, based on the Medicine Wheel cosmology interpreted by some Native Americans, Wabun and the late Sun Bear:

        The Red-Tailed Hawk: March 19 to April 19
        The Beaver: April 20 to May 20
        The Deer: May 21 to June 21
        The Brown Flicker: June 22 to July 21
        The Sturgeon: July 22 to August 21
        The Bear: August 22 to September 22
        The Raven: September 23 to October 22
        The Snake: October 23 to November 21
        The Elk: November 22 to December 21
        The Snow Goose: December 22 to January 20
        The Otter: January 20 to February 18
        The Cougar: February 19 to March 20

         

        The Chinese Zodiac

        Exponents of the Chinese Zodiac believe that the year of a person's birth is the primary factor in the determining of his or her personality traits, physical and mental attributes, and the degree of happiness and success attained throughout that person's lifetime. The Chinese Zodiac consists of a twelve-year cycle, each year of which is named after a different animal totem that imparts distinct characteristics to those born in a given year. If you have not yet found the totem ani-mal that truly resonates with your inner self, perhaps you will be able to claim the animal sign of your birth year as your spirit helper. (If you were born before 1936, add twelve to the year you were born in to determine your year and sign.)

        The Rat: 1936,1948,1960,1972, 1984,1996
        The Ox: 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997
        The Tiger: 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998
        The Rabbit: 1939, 1951,1963, 1975,1987,1999
        The Dragon: 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000
        The Snake: 1941, 1953, 1965,1977,1989, 2001
        The Horse: 1942,1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002
        The Sheep: 1943, 1955,1967,1979,1991, 2003
        The Monkey: 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004
        The Cock: 1945,1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005
        The Dog: 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006
        The Boar: 1947, 1959,1971,1983,1995, 2007

         

        ACCEPTING THE ANIMAL TOTEM OF YOUR PATRON SAINT

        Many of the saints of Christendom are identified by an animal symbol. If you don't feel a rapport with the animal totem based on your zodiacal sign, perhaps you may decide that if a particular creature was good enough for your patron saint, it is good enough for you.

        Bear:   St. Gall
        Bee:   St. Ambrose, St. John Chrysostom
        Birds:   St. Francis of Assisi
        Blackbird:   St. Kevin
        Boar:   St. Cyricus
        Bull:   St. Luke, St. Thomas Aquinas
        Camel:   St. Mennas
        Cock:   St. Peter, St. Vitus
        Cow:   St. Brigid
        Crow:   St. Anthony
        Doe:   St. Withburga
        Dog:   St. Dominic, St. Hubert,
                   St. Bernard
        Dove:   St. Ambrose, St. Gregory
        Dragon:   St. Margaret of Antioch,
                      St. George
        Eagle:   St. John the Evangelist
        Fish:   St. Anthony of Padua
        Goose:   St. Brigid, St. Martin
        Lamb:   St. Agnes, St. John the Baptist
        Lion:   St. Mark, St. Jerome
        Mouse:   St. Gertrude of Nivelles
        Otter:   St. Cuthbert
        Pig:   St. Anthony of Egy~t
        Salmon:   St. Kentigern
        Snake:   St. Patrick
        Stag:   St. Eustace, St. Giles
        Swan:   St. Hugh of Lincoln
        Whale:   St. Brendan
        Wolf:   St. Edmund of East Anglia,
                   St. Francis of Assisi
                          





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