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

9 March 2007



Five Agents: Yin Earth

Date of Birth

13 February 1907 – 1 February 1908
1 February 1919 – 19 February 1920
17 February 1931 – 5 February 1932
5 February 1943 – 24 January 1944
24 January 1955 – 11 February 1956
9 February 1967 – 29 January 1968
28 January 1979 – 15 February 1980
15 February 1991 – 3 February 1992

Your Relationship with Other Zodiacs

Goat conquers (克): Rat and Pig

Goat is conquered by: Tiger and Rabbit

Goat nurtures (生): Monkey and Rooster

Goat is nurtured by: Snake and Horse

Goat competes with: Dog, Ox and Dragon

Goat, being the bushland, forms a Great Beneficial Circle (三合) with Pig and Rabbit. Rabbit, a Yin Wood, is born in the Pig Pen and retires to the Goat shed, thus the Goat is a Backyard.

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

Goat is the end phrase of the three-year Minor Fire Circle (三会), and finishes the blaze business ignited by Snake and developed by the Horse, allowing Monkey to begin a new enterprise featuring metal.

Goat clashes (冲) with Ox. 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.

Goat has a harmful relationship(害)with Rat. When they encounter each other, they both become muddle headed.

Goat has a damaging relationship (破) with Dog, charactered by endless quarrels and bitter discord.

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

Goat is born in the Monkey hill and buried in the Dragon den.

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 east (the best locations for placing your bed or desk)

Unlucky directions: northeast and southeast (avoid these locations when placing your bed or desk)

Lucky months: Rabbit month (19 March - 16 April), Horse month (15 June - 13 July), Pig month (10 November - 9 December).

Unlucky months: Tiger month (18 February - 18 March), Snake month (17 May - 14 June) and Ox month (8 January 2008 - 6 February 2008).

Lucky colours: green, brown and yellow

Lucky numbers: 1, 4

The Pig year brings mixed blessings to your life. With the appearance of the splendid Three Platforms (三台), which is graciously accompanied by lucky stars of Chief Commander (将星) and Fortune Virtue (福德), the prospects of promotion, success and fame are well in sight. Since the ruler of the year serves as the energy source in your beneficial circle and stands for your financial aspect, you have a good chance to see your money flew swell.

But the Pig does more than delivering the wealth; it also breaks the force that nurtures you. As Snake lays broken, your fortune in 2007 is compromised.

Further, the arrival of the Five Demons (五鬼小人星) has never been an auspicious sign - they often lurk in darkness and ambush you when you least expect. These trouble makers are fond of stirring gossips and quarrels, and enjoy wreaking havoc on your personal life by spreading the seed of discord.

Your biggest challenge this year, however, comes from White Tiger (白虎) that foreshadows some undesirable events, including regrettable money loss, potential health problems or possible physical injuries.

Be cautious and alert while things going really well could keep you away from dismal setbacks.

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

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