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

18 February 2007
 

龙

Dragon

Five Agents: Yang Earth

Date of Birth

16 February 1904 – 3 February 1905
3 February 1916 – 22 January 1917
23 January 1928 – 9 February 1929
8 February 1940 – 26 January 1941
27 January 1952 – 13 February 1953
13 February 1964 – 1 February 1965
31 January 1976 – 17 February 1977
17 February 1988 – 5 February 1989

Your Relationship with Other Zodiacs

Dragon conquers (克): Rat and Pig

Dragon is conquered by: Tiger and Rabbit

Dragon nurtures (生): Monkey and Rooster

Dragon is nurtured by: Snake and Horse

Dragon competes with: Dog, Ox and Goat

Dragon, being the wetland, forms a Great Beneficial Circle (三合) with Monkey and Rat. Rat, a Yang Water, draws the resource from the Monkey and channels its energy into the Dragon, thus the Dragon is a reservoir.

Dragon is in the partnership (六合) with Rooster - from Dragon, Rooster gains energy; in Rooster, Dragon finds fulfillment. It is a relationship of mutual respect and great harmony.

Dragon is the end phrase of the three-year Minor Wood Circle (三会), and finishes the Timber business started by the Tiger and developed by the Rabbit, allowing Snake to begin a new enterprise featuring Fire.

Dragon clashes (冲) with Dog, which causes emotional turmoil for the both parties.

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

Dragon has a damaging relationship with Ox (破), for Dragon frequently lets Ox down.

Dragon is born in the Monkey hill and buried in its own backyard.

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, southwest 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: Rabbit month (19 March - 16 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)

Unlucky months: Dragon month (17 April - 16 May) and Dog month (10 October - 9 November)

Lucky colours: red, brown and yellow

Lucky numbers: 4, 6

An auspicious season kicks off the year of the Pig for Dragons, as a group of lucky stars decide to go something bigger in 2007: the Purple Star (紫微), that bestows honour and power, and the Red Bird (红鸾), bringing love and romance, have moved their performing stage from last year’s snake hole into the Dragon den. Under their noble patronage, little can stop you to reach your goals for career development and business growth.

Furthermore, as Pig, the ruler of the year, stands for your money aspect and deposits all its Water in the Dragon field, it is the time for you to reap your financial rewards, in a big way.

So, make the best of it and be initiative, in both your career and personal life. If you do so, in the end you’ll find a good cause to celebrate.

That said, on the other hand, you’ve not just inherited the fortune from Snake, but the trouble too. The Heavenly Mischief (天厄) is likely to harass you with hazards and traps, and the Sudden Ruin (暴败) simply wants to see you go back to square one. Apart from those troublemakers, you've also got the Minor Drainer (小耗), a parasite that is there to consume your strength and bleed your wealth. But don’t worry too much about them, since whenever these minor wretches surface, they will be dealt with by the mighty Earth Solution (地解), unless, of course, you insist to spoil your luck with unrepairable mistakes.

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

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