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Annotated Bibliography:1.Webster, Doris. 1940. "THE ORIGIN OF THE SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC: An Interpretationfrom the Psychological Viewpoint".Journal of American Imago1, 4: 31-47.In this reading, it talks about the signs of the zodiac and where they originated from. It discusseswhat the 12 zodiac signs are and how they are associated with the human body during ancientand middle age medicine. The author then talks about the 3 possible explanations of the origin ofthe zodiacs. This author then goes in depth with each explanation, and explains how each can becorrect.This article can help my final project because it doesn't just focus on just one origin, it elaborateson 3 which gives this zodiac myth different perspectives and allows the reader to make a deci-sion on their own. Another reason this article can help my final project is because it goes in depthabout how far back in time this myth goes which will allow me to add a lot of historical back-ground to why this specific way of thinking came about.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Wang
Tags
Chinese, Zodiac Signs, Chinese zodiac, Chinese astrology, Chinese calendar, zodiac cycle

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