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Chinese Astrology
Predictions for 2007
The Year of the Pig
27 February 2007 - 6 February 2008

18 February 2007



Five Agents: Yin Earth

Date of Birth

19 February 1901 – 7 February 1902
6 February 1913 – 25 January 1914
25 January 1925 – 12 February 1926
11 February 1937 – 30 January 1938
29 January 1949 – 16 February 1950
15 February 1961 – 4 February 1962
3 February 1973 – 22 January 1974
20 February 1985 – 8 February 1986
7 February 1997 – 27 January 1998

Your Relationship with Other Zodiacs

Ox conquers (克): Rat and Pig

Ox is conquered by: Tiger and Rabbit

Ox nurtures (生): Monkey and Rooster

Ox is nurtured by: Snake and Horse

Ox competes with: Dragon, Goat and Dog

Ox, being the farmland, forms a Great Beneficial Circle (三合) with Snake and Rooster. Roost, a Yin Metal, is born in the field of Snake and retires to the land of Ox, thus the Ox is a mining field.

Ox is in the partnership (合) with Rat, in which Ox leads and Rat follows, sometimes faithfully, sometimes with resentment.

Ox is the end phrase of the three-year Minor Water Circle (三会), and finishes the Water business started by the Pig and developed by the Rat, allowing Tiger to open a new chapter featuring Wood.

Ox clashes (冲) with Goat. Both are Yin Earth, both function as a storage when in good condition and decay into a graveyard when rundown. The clash, though sometimes painful, is actually beneficial, as it helps the Ox and the Goat, both are reserved and stubborn, to release the energy locked deep within them.

Ox has a harmful relationship(害)with Horse. They seem to be a similar kind, and often live door to door, but deep down they are worlds apart, and couldn't stand the sight of each other.

Ox has a damaging (破) relationship to Dragon, in which it is usually the Ox to get hurt.

But it is the relationship with Dog and Goat, the other two Earth signs, that turns out to be nightmare to the Ox, as the three tend to impose penalties on one another (刑).

Ox is born in the field of Monkey and buried in the land of Dragon.

Apply the basic rules mentioned above to time (year, month, day and hour) and space, and then you are right on the track to map out the circle of your general fortune path.

Your Luck in 2007

Lucky directions: north, south and east (the best locations for placing your bed or desk)

Unlucky directions: southwest, northeast (avoid these locations when placing your bed or desk)

Lucky months: Snake (17 May - 14 June), Rooster (11 September - 10 october) and Rat (10 December - 7 January)

Unlucky months: Rabbit month (19 March - 16 April), Dragon month (17 April - 16 May), Goat month (14 July - 12 August) and Dog month (11 October - 9 November)

Lucky colours: red, purple and yellow

Lucky numbers: 4, 8

2007 may not be the best year for the Oxes, as you are confronted with a contingent of less auspicious stars, with Leopard Tail (豹尾), that represents the power and authority, being the most negative influence for your business or career development.

Ox’s Birthplace (长生) is in the realm of Monkey, and it is nurtured by Snake. Unfortunately, neither of them is in a strong position this year, since Snake’s Fire is subdued by the Water from the ruling star (太岁), while the power of Monkey is sabotaged, as it has always been the case, by the Pig. As the Birthplace relates to children, and the nurturing aspect associates with your parents, it is important for you to take extra care of the health of the elderly and kids in the family.

With further depressing appearances of the Mourning Gate (丧门) and the Lamenting Guest (吊客), which augur potential accidents or mishaps, and the arrival of the Celestial Dog (天狗星),a restless troublemaker, it would be wise to postpone any major home building projects until next year.

But the situation is far from being hopeless though. In fact, this year you are riding on the back of the Lucky Horse (驿马星) that has the ability to set you on the fast track towards success, bringing recognition if you are running your own business, or promotion if you work for someone lese. The biggest dander is, however, that this year you have a tendency to derail the whole process by clashing with your bosses or the authorities.

As your Horse gallops ahead, you may find yourself doing a lot of traveling, with new horizons opening up to you in a distant land. Despite a life on the horse back could be quite demanding, the rewards you reap from your hard work and long journey can be equally handsome, especially when you have the Pig the ruler to represent your financial aspects.

Rat,, Ox. Tiger, , Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig

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