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

28 February 2007



Five Agents: Yin Wood

Date of Birth

29 January 1903 – 15 February 1904
14 February 1915 – 2 February 1916
2 February 1927 – 22 January 1928
19 February 1939 – 7 February 1940
6 February 1951 – 26 January 1952
25 January 1963 – 12 February 1964
11 February 1975 – 30 January 1976
29 January 1987 – 16 February 1988
16 February 1999 – 4 February 2000

Your Relationship with Other Zodiacs

Rabbit conquers (克): Dragon, Goat, Dog and Ox

Rabbit is conquered by: Monkey and Rooster

Rabbit nurtures (生): Snake and Horse

Rabbit is nurtured by: Pig and Rat

Rabbit competes with: Tiger

Rabbit, being the garden, forms a Great Beneficial Circle (三合) with Pig and Goat. From the Pig pen, Rabbit begins its journey; when it arrives at the Goat shed, it reaches its final destination.

Rabbit is in the partnership (六合) with Dog. It is both a complimentary and sometimes troublesome relation, in which Rabbit acts as the big brother and from time to time drives Dog mad.

Rabbit is in the middle of the three-year Minor Wood Circle (三会), started by Tiger and finished by Dragon.

Rabbit clashes (冲) with Rooster, and the result of which isn't pretty: the serene garden is ruined by the noisy and militant Rooster, and the poor Rabbit has to take refuge somewhere else.

Rabbit has a harmful relationship(害)with Dragon. They're close to each other yet fight frequently.

Rabbit has a damaging relationship (破) with Horse that is responsible for Rabbit's down fall.

But it is Rabbit's relationship with Rat that is most hurtful. They impose penalties on each other (刑), and cause happy liaisons to end up in tears of betrayal.

Rabbit was born in the Pig pen and buried in the Goat shed.

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

Unlucky directions: east and west (avoid these locations when placing your bed or desk)

Lucky months: Tiger month (18 February - 18 March), Goat month (14 July - 12 August), Dog month (10 October - 9 November) and Pig month (10 November - 9 December)

Unlucky months: Dragon month (17 April), Snake month (17 May - 14 June), Monkey month (13 August - 10 September), Rooster month (11 September - 10 October) and Rat month (8 January 2008 - 6 February 2008)

Lucky colours: red, brown and black

Lucky numbers: 1, 9

The year of the Pig may witness a remarkable achievement in your career or bring a brilliant success to your business. Sitting in the due east, scholarly Rabbit is nurtured unconditionally and unreservedly by the auspicious Pig; and as the real command-in-chief in the Great Circle of Pig-Rabbit-Goat, brainy and unassuming Rabbit is invited to share the power of the ruler of the year. Therefore you shall not feel surprised if you find yourself entrusted with some important tasks or valuable projects.

Your good fortune does not stop there. With the magnificent “Three Platforms” (三台) right ahead of you, you can further expect a significant job promotion or a marvelous academic accomplishment.

But the blessing can be short lived if you do not steer clear of any dubious practices or keep away from questionable companions, since the appearance of Lawsuit (官符) could easily land you in trouble with authorities.

This year you also have the brutal and vicious White Tiger (白虎星) standing in your way, casting dark shadows on your rosy prospects with possible allegations, potential injuries or impending money losses. If you do not wish to spoil your heaven-sent opportunities and lucks, it might be wise to guard your temper and bite your tongue whenever you get yourself in the middle of hot debate or conflict.

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

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