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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: Yang Wood

Date of Birth

8 February 1902 – 28 January 1903
26 February 1914 – 13 February 1915
13 February 1926 – 1 February 1927
31 January 1938 – 18 February 1939
17 February 1950 – 5 February 1951
5 February 1962 – 24 January 1963
23 January 1974 – 10 February 1975
9 February 1986 – 28 January 1987
28 January 1998 – 15 February 1999

Your Relationship with Other Zodiacs

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

Tiger is conquered by: Monkey and Rooster

Tiger nurtures (生): Snake and Horse

Tiger is nurtured by: Pig and Rat

Tiger competes with: Rabbit

Tiger, being the forest, forms a Great Beneficial Circle (三合) with Horse and Dog. Tiger lits the campfire in its cave, which soon spreads like a bushfire into the land of Horse. When Dog appears, it puts out the wildfire and preserves the seeds of fire in the stove.

Tiger is in the partnership (六合) with Pig - from Pig, Tiger gains energy; in Tiger, Pig finds fulfillment. But before reaching the point of having this harmonious relationship, they'll go through a difficult stage of justifying themselves to each other, as Tiger the Yang Wood (a giant tree) seems a little too much for Pig the Yin Water (a backyard pool) to nurture. In the process of readjustment, some damage may be caused (破).

Tiger initiates the three-year Minor Wood Circle (三会), which grows with Rabbit, and is concluded by Dragon.

Tiger clashes (冲) with Monkey. Both are strong Yang, energetic and restless; and when the two clash, it is sure to cause a big splash.

Tiger has a harmful relationship(害)with Snake. When Tiger nurtures Snake, it's like using a burning log to light a candle - none feels comfortable with each other, and nothing can be expected to go smoothly when they work together (刑).

Tiger 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, northwest and east (the best locations for placing your bed or desk)

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

Lucky months: Tiger month (18 February - 18 March), Horse month (15 June - 13 July), Dog month (10 October - 9 November), Pig month (10 November - 9 December) and Rat month (10 December - 7 January)

Unlucky months: Snake month (17 May - 14 June), Goat month (14 July - 12 August) and Monkey month (13 August - 10 September)

Lucky colours: red, orange and yellow

Lucky numbers: 5, 8

You may found yourself at the top of the game. With your nurturing zodiac sign Pig serving as the Ruling Star of the Year (太岁), the powerful Jade Hall (玉堂) overseeing your affairs, and the majestic Moon Virtue (月德贵人) taking care of your money matters, it is a perfect time for you to reach your goals of business or career success, and reap the rewards of fame and fortune.

Be aware of pitfalls when everything appears moving super-smoothly, however, as the Sucker (吞陷星) is ambushing on your path with an attempt to rob you of your hard-earned prize and leave you empty-handed in the end. Thus it is recommended to avoid showing off your tangible as well as intangible valuables, so as to make them less of a target for the minds and hands of crafty.

Since this year you also have the Wagging Tongue (卷舌星) mucking around to stir up gossips and quarrels, it goes without saying that you may regret if you do not choose your words carefully. And with the emergence of the Lone Star (孤寡), the year of the Pig may not be the best season for romance. But so what, there is always next year!

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

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