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Chinese Astrology Predictions for 2006
The Year of Dog

Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig

19 February 2006
 

Monkey

Date of Birth:

2 February 1908 – 21 January 1909
20 February 1920 – 27 February 1921
6 February 1932 – 25 January 1933
25 January 1944 – 12 February 1945
12 February 1956 – 30 January 1957
30 January 1968 – 16 February 1969
16 February 1980 – 4 February 1981
4 February 1992 – 22 January 1993

  • Five Agents: Metal

  • Lucky feng shui directions: North, northwest, west

  • Lucky feng shui colours: White, Gold, Blue

  • Lucky numbers: 1, 8, 7

As "Lucky Horse" (yima) carries you galloping ahead, you’ll find yourself travelling a lot and facing unique new opportunities in a distant land. Graced by "Flourishing Pen" (wenchang) - the chief patron for academic achievement - you become a master in manipulating language and expressing ideas, which is especially handy if your job involves writing or administrating. As your popularity grows, you’ll be able to talk yourself out of tricky situations whenever you are trapped in, no question will be asked on your unconventional methods.

When you are thrown into a whirlwind of activity, "Mourning Guest" (diaoke) may bring forward some sombre news, which could be about a person very close to you, or just someone you know. And if you do not find time to sort out the problems early, a parting could be eminent between you and your partner or a close associate. By then "Weeping Heaven" (tianku) will come to stir up your emotions.

For a time being, it seems like all work and no play as your workload gathers momentum. There will be a lot of income streams, and many outlets, too - if you’re working on commission or running your own business, it would be wise to plan your investment carefully, and focus on long-term profit growth.

Rooster

Date of Birth

22 January 1909 – 9 February 1901
8 February 1921 – 27 January 1922
26 January 1933 – 13 February 1934
13 February 1945 – 1 February 1946
31 January 1957 – 17 February 1958
17 February 1969 – 5 February 1970
5 February 1981 – 24 January 1982
23 January 1993 – 9 February 1994

  • Five Agents: metal

  • Lucky feng shui directions: west, southwest, northeast

  • Lucky feng shui colours: gold, brown, yellow

  • Lucky numbers: 5, 7, 8

Out with the heavy shadow of "Ruler of the Year" (taisui), and in with the protective patronage of "Supreme Heaven" (tianyi), now it’s time for you to navigate back onto a productive path.

Do not underestimate the obstacles on the road though. When Rooster meets Dog, the two tend to double-cross each other, producing detrimental results for both. With "Sign of Ill" (bingfu), "Six Hazards" (liuhai) and "Alien Land" (moyue) in your way, it is advisable to take extra care of your relationships and health, and be ready for changes that could lead you to an alien environment.

Dog

Date of Birth

10 February 1910 – 29 January 1911
28 January 1922 – 15 February 1923
14 February 1934 – 3 February 1935
2 February 1946 – 21 January 1947
18 February 1958 – 7 February 1959
6 February 1970 – 26 January 1971
25 January 1982 – 12 February 1983
10 February 1994 – 30 January 1995

  • Five Agents: Earth

  • Lucky feng shui directions: East, southeast, south

  • Lucky feng shui colours: green, red, purple

  • Lucky number: 3, 4, 9

The astral climate dips when one’s own zodiac sign is in the ruling position, and this time it’s Dog’s turn to live under the heavy shadow of "Ruler of the Year". Other negative energies mainly come from "Tip of Sword" (jianfeng) and "Hidden Corpse" (fushi) - without powerful lucky stars keeping them in check, these minor wretches could run wild. Watch out your steps and guard your tongue.

On the positive side, "Lustrous Canopy" (huagai) makes new ideas flow freely. Bearing in mind though, year of Dog is a time for you to review and to prepare, steps taken now will only eventuate to a fruitful new adventure in the future.

If you want to change jobs, the first half of the year could be the better time than that of the second half. But again, as "Carriage of the Year" (suijia) by your side, stay put main leave your with unexpected gain.

Pig

Date of Birth

30 January 1911 – 17 February 1912
16 February 1923 – 4 February 1924
4 February 1935 – 23 January 1936
22 January 1947 – 9 February 1948
8 February 1959 – 27 January 1960
27 January 1971 – 14 February 1972
13 February 1983 – 1 February 1984
31 January 1995 – 18 February 1996

  • Five Agents: Water

  • Lucky feng shui directions: southwest, northwest

  • Lucky feng shui colours: yellow, grey, brown, gold

  • Lucky numbers: 2, 5, 8

This year you have "The Sun" (taiyang) delivering you light, hope and power, "Hall of Jade" (yutang) setting the grand stage for you to carry out new projects, and "Heavenly Celebration" (tianxi) seeing you reap the rewards in career and personal life. You may find yourself swept-up in a stream of activities, and widening of your social circle may well lead to a meaningful romance if you are single.

Being an auspicious and prosperous year as it sure is, it can also bring you down if you do not keep vigilant against hidden dangers. The eccentric energies generated by "Lonely Star" (guchen) may turn you into a bullheaded fool, "Bad Luck" (huiqi) tends to rise your temper, "Devoid Sky" (tiankong) lures you into an illusive world of fantasy and daydream, while "Robbery" (jiesha) could leave you empty handed at the last minute.

The advice: Stay cool and allow the cards fall where they will.

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