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" Multiplied into ten by being each one divided into "Elder" and "Younger," the Five Elements become the Ten Celestial Stems; and their influences are commingled with those of the Rat, Bull, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Serpent. Horse. Goat, Ape, Cock, Dog, and... "
Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan - Page 630
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1894 - 1041 pages
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The Numismatic Chronicle

Numismatics - 1882
...cycles of twelve years, each of which are called after one of the twelve signs of the zodiac, vis. the rat, bull, tiger, hare, dragon, serpent, horse, goat, ape, cock, dog, and boar. MISCELLANEA. Mv DEAR Mn. HEAD,—AS I have no doubt you purpose issuing a supplement to your very interesting...
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Sketches of life in Japan

Henry Knollys - Japan - 1887 - 327 pages
...structure. Round the lower story are carved and painted the twelve animals of the duodenary circle—the rat, bull, tiger, hare, dragon, serpent, horse, goat, ape, cock, dog, and pig, depicted with inartistic clumsiness. Closely adjacent is a large holy-water cistern, 16o SKETCHES...
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A Trip Round the World in 1887-8

William Sproston Caine - Voyages around the world - 1888 - 398 pages
...PAGODA, NIKKO. 18 feet in length. The lower story is surrounded, by twelve emblematical animals : a rat, bull, tiger, hare, dragon, serpent, horse, goat, ape, cock, dog, and pig ; all carved and painted with wonderful resemblance to life. This pagoda is most graceful in form,...
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Catalogue of Objects Exhibited at the World's Columbian Exposition

Japan. Monbushō - World's Columbian Exposition - 1893 - 112 pages
...there are painted wood-engravings of the twelve animals representing the Duodenary Cycle—namely, Rat, Bull, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Serpent, Horse, Goat, Ape, Cock, Dog, and Pig. The mode of construction of the Gojü-no-tö is very ingenious. It has power to resist violent...
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Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, Volume 2

Lafcadio Hearn - Japan - 1894 - 1041 pages
...for Water: — Kiku karani Himitsu. no yama ni Tsuchi Intuisti ffanatsu kane to zo Go suiryö are. Multiplied into ten by being each one divided into...Ape, Cock, Dog, and Boar (the twelve Zodiacal Signs), — all of which have relations to time, place, OF SOULS. 631 Like most Izumo folk, Kin juro was a...
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Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, Volume 2

Lafcadio Hearn - Japan - 1894 - 699 pages
...Metal, five for Water: — KVmhirani Himitsv no yama nt TtucM hitotru ffrmatsu kane to *o Qo tuiryd are. Multiplied into ten by being each one divided into...are commingled with those of the Rat, Bull, Tiger, Bare, Dragon, Serpent, Horse, Goat, Ape, Cock, Dog, and Boar (the twelve Zodiacal Signs), — all of...
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The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 6

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...Metal, five for Water: Kiku karani Himitsu no yama ni Tsuchi hitotsu Nanatsu kane to zo . Go suiryo are. Multiplied into ten by being each one divided into...Ape, Cock, Dog, and Boar (the twelve Zodiacal Signs) — all of which have relations to time, place, life, luck, misfortune, etc. But even these hints give...
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The writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 6

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...hitotsu Nanatsu kane to zo Gosuiryoare. Multiplied into ten by being each one divided into "Eider" and "Younger," the Five Elements become the Ten Celestial...their influences are commingled with those of the Rat, Bau, Tiger, Hatte, Dragon, Serpent, Horse, Goat, Ape, Cock, Dog, and Boar (the twelve Zodiacal Signs)...
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Asia: Journal of the American Asiatic Association, Volume 18

United States - 1918
...Jiu-ni-shi, or twelve symbolic animals used to denote the Hours and Years, are in the order of rotation, Rat, Bull, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Serpent, Horse, Goat, Ape, Cock, Dog and Boar. The advent of the New Year, according to the old eastern calendar, occurs toward the end of January or...
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