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The Chinese Zodiac 2

Year Of The Rabbit

1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999

People born in the Year of the Rabbit are articulate, talented, and ambitious. They are virtuous, reserved, and have excellent taste. Rabbit people are admired, trusted, and are often financially lucky. They are fond of gossip but are tactful and generally kind. Rabbit people seldom lose their temper. They are clever at business and being conscientious, never back out of a contract. They would make good gamblers for they have the uncanny gift of choosing the right thing. However, they seldom gamble, as they are conservative and wise. They are most compatible with those born in the years of the Sheep, Pig, and Dog.

Tactful, discreet and accommodating, Rabbit people are quite possibly the best dipolmats of the Chinese Zodiac.  Always well groomed and well mannered, they  can be depended upon to keep up appearances.  Rabbits are happiest among friends and safely within their established social circles.  Luckiest of all signs, Rabbit people are also talented and articulate.
Affectionate, yet shy, they seek peace throughout their lives.  Seldom confrontational, they try their best not to offend anyone.  They are excellent judges of character.  These refined folk love good conversation, reading, and intellectual discussions.  The intrinsic element of this sign is wood, and its direction is east.  The Rabbit is the fourth sign of the Chinese Zodiac and corresponds to western sign of Virgo.
Lucky Directions:  (Facing) South, North, West
Most Compatible Signs:  Sheep, Boar, Dog
Least Compatible Signs: Rooster, Rat, Horse, Dragon
Lucky Years:  Dog, Sheep, Boar Years
Unlucky Year:  Rooster Year (Opposite)
Colors:  Cream, Green, Pink.

The Year of the Dragon

1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000

People born in the Year of the Dragon are healthy, energetic, excitable, short-tempered, and stubborn. They are also honest, sensitive, brave, and they inspire confidence and trust. Dragon people are the most eccentric of any in the eastern zodiac. They neither borrow money nor make flowery speeches, but they tend to be soft-hearted which sometimes gives others an advantage over them. They are compatible with Rats, Snakes, Monkeys, and Roosters.
This Dragon is probably the most flamboyant and vibrant of all the Chinese astrological signs.  Highly confident and bold, Dragon people are born leaders, and usually do well in careers that give them a position of leadership.  They have a keen sense of imagination, and often dream up wild schemes and ideas, most of which are not feasible. Dragon people are eccentric and their lives are complex.  They have a very passionate nature and abundant health.
Fortunately for them however, Dragons seem to be endowed with good fortune, which saves them from making major mistakes and helps them to excel when they apply themselves correctly.  On the downside, they often have huge egos and can be tactless, hot-headed, arrogant and quick-tempered.  The intrinsic element of this sign is earth, and its direction is east-southeast.  The Dragon is the fifth sign of the Chinese Zodiac and corresponds to western sign of Leo.
Lucky Directions:  (Facing) East, South, West
Most Compatible Signs:  Rat, Monkey, Rooster
Least Compatible Signs:  Dog, Ox, Sheep, Dragon
Lucky Years:  Rooster, Rat, Monkey Years
Unlucky Year:  Dog Year (Opposite)
Colors:  Red, Orange.

The Year Of The Snake

1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001

People born in the Year of the Snake are deep. They say little and possess great wisdom. They never have to worry about money; they are financially fortunate. Snake people are often quite vain, selfish, and a bit stingy. Yet they have tremendous sympathy for others and try to help those less fortunate. Snake people tend to overdo, since they have doubts about other people"s judgment and prefer to rely on themselves. They are determined in whatever they do and hate to fail. Although calm on the surface, they are intense and passionate. Snake people are usually good-looking and sometimes have marital problems because they are fickle. They are most compatible with the Ox and Rooster.
Snake people are very shrewd  and often achieve success through their wits.  They are wise and intense with a tendency towards physical beauty. Snake people are  discreet, restrained and refined.  They never  come across as pushy, and instead get their  way through subtle manipulation.  Cautious and intelligent, they possess analytical minds, but often also have a well-developed gut instinct. 
There"s an air of elegance and magnetism about Snakes that make them very attractive to the opposite sex.  They are quite aware of their appeal, and thus can be rather vain and high tempered.  Snakes enjoy flirting, but when it comes to their partners they are often possessive.  The intrinsic element of this sign is  fire, and its direction is south-southeast.  The Snake is the sixth sign of the Chinese Zodiac and corresponds to western sign of Scorpio.
Lucky Directions:  (Facing) North, South
Most Compatible Signs:  Ox, Rooster
Least Compatible Signs:  Boar, Tiger, Monkey
Lucky Years:  Ox, Rooster Years
Unlucky Year:  Boar Year (Opposite)
Colors:  Blue, Green, Bright Pink.

 


 

 
   
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