2014 Year of the Horse Horoscopes in Chinese Astrology


On January 31, 2014 we embark on the Year of the Wood Horse in Chinese astrology.  The Chinese new year usually begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice.  2014 brings us to a year of the powerful and masculine Horse.

The Chinese zodiac consists of 12 animal signs beginning with the Rat and ending with the Pig.  Each animal is given a full year and people born during their specific animal’s year will have personality and character traits indicative of that particular sign.

Instead of predicting what will happen to you in 2014, I will give you a recommendation on how to work with the Horse energy.  There is fate and destiny at play in our world but we do have the ability to capitalize on any situation in our lives.  The key is knowing your particular cycle and taking advantage of opportunities and knowing when to be passive or lay low.

2014 Year of Chinese Horse Overview

The Chinese Horse is very masculine and extroverted.  With a bold and magnetic presence, it’s likely that the Horse will be the center-of-attention in many places. The Horse is never one to bite its tongue, he feels like being up front and honest is freeing and good for the soul.

Freedom is very important to our beloved Horse. Many people will feel the strong need to get away in 2014.  Where to go? Anywhere!  There will be a relief with traveling and visiting unfamiliar places. The Horse’s characteristics are similar to the Western astrological sign Sagittarius. Sagittarius deals with long distant travels.

Outspoken, boisterous, adventurous, and social, the Horse year will be filled with much energy to express yourself to the max.  If you are naturally shy, this can create discomfort because the Horse wants you to get out and play.

2014 Year of the Horse Horoscopes

To find out your Chinese zodiac sign check out Chinese Astrology Animal Characteristics & Chart

Rat – With your natural on-the-edge energy, the year of the Horse will increase this heightened sense of protectiveness.  Use the Horse year to transmit your strong energy into something creative or a new project or hobby.  The Horse is opposite the Rat in the Chinese zodiac so beware of being overly aggressive with people.

Ox – A balanced Ox is a very strong and hard worker.  A Horse is very physical by nature.  On the extreme end you may find yourself pushing yourself to the next level in whatever you take up. Be sure to throttle your engine in the year of the Horse.  Instead, take a mental approach to this energy and look for ways to expand your consciousness and raise your vibration.

Tiger – Whereas most of the time with the Tiger, you find yourself getting tired from going gusto most of the time.  This Horse year offers you extra fuel in your tank.  You will want to complete any unfinished projects or studies this year. With the great compatibility between the Horse and Tiger, you may want to capitalize financially on your hobby and/or ideas.

Rabbit – The Horse year provides extra motivation for the Rabbit this cycle. This energy is conducive for you to socialize more and reconnect with lost loved ones, friends, and associates. You may want to look into various meet-ups and group discussions.  Let your guard down a little this year and show people the true you….it may even spark a new romantic relationship.

Dragon – When the powerful Dragon meets the dominating Horse it can cause war if not approached ideally.  It’s second nature for a Dragon to sporadically move in whichever direction it feels at the moment.  The Horse year will teach you to think before you act.  You know that any obstacle and challenge can be overcame.  Just learn to make your next move your best move.

Snake – The Horse year for the Snake gives an opportunity for deep self-reflection and meditation.  The Snake is not one to put all its chips on the table and show its hand.  The Horse year will challenge this natural trait.  The best way to counter this resistance is to go deeper within self which comes natural for you. Learn a new meditation technique or yoga practice.

Horse – This is your year, Horse!  This is the time to put yourself on the map. Explore every possibility to connect with others and also to connect the dots with anything that you have been working on.  There will be opportunities for you to meet the right people and obtain much needed resources.  The only thing you have to do is move and do something.  You must act to attract!

Sheep – The Horse year will find the Sheep less worried about things that you usually are concerned with.  Feel free to spend a little bit more than usual and buy that thing you’ve been thinking about.  Also, this year will provide perfect energy to meet new people that hold up to your somewhat high standards. Definitely a time for you to shine!

Monkey – It’s natural for the Monkey to make new friends and be the life of the party.  This year will be no different. Let’s try something new in the Horse year. Let’s do something different to expand our horizons and consciousness.  Try listening more when interacting with new people. You are natural at analyzing personalities so try engaging with people on a deeper level.

Rooster – Always one to observe and pay attention to details, the Horse year will provide more stuff to watch and critique for the Rooster.  Take advantage of this strong energy by writing stories, poems, songs, or blogs about what’s going on in the world.  Express from your heart what you feel is most important for the world to hear.  We are waiting and listening for you!

Dog – The Dog in the year of the Horse can expect social, financial, and personal gains.  Be appreciative of the opportunities you will have this year.  Do your best not to worry about things you cannot control because you are always in the driver’s seat.  Be sure to put yourself first sometimes because your abundance this year will have you want to take care of everyone else.

Pig – A time for partying!  You may feel like splurging even more in the year of the Horse. Instead of overspending, exercise some of your innate creativity into a new project or idea.  This is also a good time for starting and harvesting new relationships of any kind.  Actualize your ideas and plans this year and watch the fruits of your labor ripen into a sweet bouquet.


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2014 Year of the Wood Horse in Chinese Astrology


In 2014 we enter the year of the Wood Horse in Chinese Astrology.  The Chinese Zodiac follows the lunar cycle so the new year begins in the new moon on January 30, 2014.

Each year is also associated with an element and 2014 gives us wood along with the horse.  The other elements in Chinese Astrology are fire, water, earth, and metal.

The Wood Horse year of 2014 will not bring us a dull moment.  If anything, you can expect a whole lotta something going on!  You see, the horse likes adventure.  The horse is one of the ultimate animal expressions of the word freedom.

A horse is the type of animal whose respect has to be earned.  It’s fair play on their part because they honor “stand-up” types, but respect and fairness are two different things.  This year is not about talking a good game as much as showing and proving.

Horse type personalities are very frank and direct in speech.  There is no time to beat around the bush with this energy type.  Flowery soliloquies do not impress the horse.  With the straight-forward and intelligent mentality of the horse, they like to get to the point!

Blessed with the rare combination of general common sense and heightened intuition the horse is not a fool by any means.  Though they have the tendency to fly off the handle or act impulsively, with their natural knack of just “getting it” they are able to learn from their mistakes.

One thing that cannot be mistaken is the sheer strength and vitality the horse possesses.  Though not as physically strong as the Ox, the horse is no slouch when it comes to labor and physical activities.  This will translate into people feeling the energy to put their hands in the dirt from farming to building structures.

Do not be surprised to see many vocal demonstrations in the Horse Year.  This can be verbal cries about government wrongdoings to an extreme outspoken approach about any subject.  Combine passion and a need to be center-of-attention, the hose is not afraid to let you know exactly what’s on its mind.

The Year of the Horse will be filled with gossip, idle conversation, spiritual debates, mastermind think tanks, group meetings, and anything else that involves speaking and people.  The horse is naturally sociable and this leads to a natural networking skill.

You may find many celebrities in the news for something they have said.  This Year of the Horse energy can also make so-called stars speak up about things they normally would not say in public.

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the humble humanitarianism of the horse.  Some people give and help to fulfill their personal ego but, the horse feels like being of service and giving is the right thing to do.

Expect to see huge demonstrations of charity from celebrities and government to religious institutions and common folk.

In conclusion, the 2014 Year of the Horse will not be humdrum.  The energy will be ideal for allowing yourself to be free physically and spiritually.  The horse teaches us to trust our instincts and intuition.

The horse is about action and not over thinking and procrastinating.  It sees a goal or objective and attacks it until completion.  The Year of the Horse will be fast and steady and will not wait on you to over analyze.

For a full description on the Chinese Zodiac including dates, signs, and personality characteristics check out Chinese Animal Characteristics & Chart.

Famous & Infamous Horses

Adam Sandler, Denzel Washington, Walter Payton, Janet Jackson, Halle Barry, Troy Aikman, Kobe Bryant, Spike Lee, Barbara Streisand, Cindy Crawford, Ella Fitzgerald, Harrison Ford, Jimi Hendrix, Usher Raymond, Jerry Jones, Warren Buffet, Royce Gracie, Gordon Ramsay, Gene Hackman, Rita Hayworth, Paul McCartney, Raquel Welch, Thomas Edison, Clint Eastwood, Papoose

Best Compatible Signs to the Horse

Sheep, Dog and Tiger

Least Compatible Signs to the Horse

Rat and Ox


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Chinese Zodiac Signs Correspondence in Western Astrology


Chinese Astrology was my first love in the cosmological sciences.  Later on I discovered Western Astrology and Jyotish.  As a student of all astrology systems I have linked the signs between the two major systems and provide this article as a quick reference guide for anyone to use.

There are similarities between the animal signs in Chinese Astrology and Western or Jyotish (Vedic/Hindu Astrology) zodiac signs.  This correspondence is not clear-cut but one can definitely ascertain the equivalent counterparts.

The following list of Chinese Zodiac signs and their western counterparts are my interpretations based on years of astrological research and practices.

See Chinese Astrology Animal Characteristics & Chart to find out what your Chinese Zodiac sign is.

1. Rat — Aries

Both are leaders and very head strong.  Both are yang/masculine.

2. Ox — Taurus

Both seek security and have a green thumb.  Both are yin/feminine.

3. Tiger — Aquarius

Both are versatile and can not be pinned down or labelled.  Both are yang/masculine.

4. Rabbit — Virgo

Both are very neat in appearance and health-conscious.  Both are yin/feminine.

5. Dragon — Leo

Both have over-the-top personalities and are born leaders.  Both are yang/masculine.

6. Snake — Pisces

Both are psychic sensitive and sensual.  Both are yin/feminine.

7. Horse — Sagittarius

Both are outspoken and multi-talented.  Both are yang/masculine.

8. Sheep — Cancer

Both are nurturing and home/family oriented.  Both are yin/feminine.

9. Monkey — Gemini

Both are very expressive, creative, and vocal.  Both are yang/masculine.

10. Rooster — Capricorn

Both are business and career oriented and good with finances.  Both are yin/feminine.

11. Dog — Libra

Both are all about fairness and balancing wrongdoings.  Both are yang/masculine.

12. Pig — Scorpio

Both are sensual and somewhat indulgent.  Both are yin/feminine.


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Year 2014: Predictions Using Metaphysics


The objective of this article is to breakdown the energy of the year 2014 using metaphysics including numerology, Chinese astrology, Tarot and occult overstanding in an effort to predict events of the new year.  According to Master Spiritual Teacher Dr. Mitchell Gibson (tybro.com), numbers are one of the forces that control and manipulate this reality.  We will focus on the year 2014, its numerology and metaphysical properties, by reducing it down to a one digit number so we can see its energetic vibration.


2014 in numerology is a 7 year (2+0+1+4).  Seven is a very psychic number.  It is not uncommon for many psychics, intuitive readers, mediums and the sort to have a 7 life path or be born on a 7 day (7,16, or 25).  Seven can be somewhat a loner or hermit-like energy that seeks to find deeper meanings in life.

Seven is one of the most spiritual numbers.  In the Bible’s Book of Revelation, 7 is mentioned many times (7 churches, horns, seals, angels etc.).  A connection to the Divine or some spiritual outlet is important for 7.  An imbalanced 7 is usually far away from any source of spirituality and therefore has no connection to something greater than humanity.

On the downside, 7 can be too caught up in the head without any action behind their otherworldly thoughts.  In the Law of Attraction the last part is action!  One must act on ideas in order to create.

Chinese Astrology

In Chinese Astrology 2014 marks the year of the Horse.  The Chinese Horse is a very versatile sign.  Whatever direction the horse goes in you can bet that it’s done with assertiveness and a gentle aggression.  The horse in Chinese Astrology is one of the most masculine animals and the year of the Horse will not be a passive, gentle, or slow year.

Horses are known for their quick wittiness and verbal outbursts.  With a natural knack for stealing the spotlight, horses love to be the center-of-attention.  With charm and direct speech, many people have no choice but to listen and take in whatever philosophical or mundane knowledge that the horse is speaking.

An imbalanced horse can come off like a whiny child or somewhat immature.  Also, it’s not uncommon for a horse to be quite bossy and order-barking.

Read more: 2014 Year of the Wood Horse in Chinese Astrology


The number 7 Major Arcana card in Tarot is “The Chariot”.  The Chariot represents taking control of your life or situation.  It is very goal-oriented. The Chariot reminds us not to get off course and to stay steady for the long haul.

The Chariot also represents travel and transportation.  This means that the conquest nature of the card can be physical, spiritual or mental.  On a darker side, this conquest can include war and violence.

Some keywords associated with the Chariot are: honor, success, assertion, willpower, bravery, command, warrior, straightforwardness, impulsiveness, pride, and conviction.


In the Hindu chakra system, the 7th main energy center is the crown chakra (Sahasrara).  The crown chakra is the highest chakra in the human body and actually sits above the head.  Tied with higher consciousness and spiritual awareness, the crown is concerned with connecting to and with ALL there is.

We are all connected by the energy of the crown chakra.  Our energies are connected with each other, nature, and the Source of All.

Your greatest psychic awareness lies in the crown chakra.  Psychic abilities are not physical so it is of spiritual nature.  Psychic includes “seeing into the future” and predicting events in such but, psychic awareness means just knowing something that is beyond your five senses.


To sum up 2014, in my opinion, the new year will be an explosive transition from 2013.  The end of 2013 presented peculiar weather, celebrity outbursts, increasing witnesses of UFOs, more talk about paranormal and spiritual subjects and many other unexplained events.  2014 will have all this and more!

In the new year, we will experience events on a personal and collective level that will challenge our modern paradigm.  All that we thought we knew will be confronted with obvious, tangible evidence of something new.  What is this newness?  Let’s put it like this!  What we will see in 2014 has not been taught in traditional schools and churches and is not covered by mainstream media.

There will be a feeling of “in your face” information when it comes to spiritual occurrences and mystical phenomena.  Those who were quiet before will find extra energy and incentive to share freely.  Simply put, you will hear more about the supposed unknown from science, media, governments, military and the such, more so than we have in many years.

Natural phenomena in the heavens affecting the weather and our sky will continue to occur in 2014.  My best advice for circumventing any calamities is to increase your intuition so you will be in tune with Mother Nature.  This way you will know where to go and when to go if you need to go somewhere in case of an emergency.

All in all, it is my hope that everyone will take this and every opportunity to grow spiritually.  2014, without question, will provide enough electromagnetic energy for one to raise their personal vibration.  The higher vibrating and enlightened you are the better our world will be.

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Year 2013: A Metaphysical Breakdown


The objective of this article is to breakdown the energy of the year 2013 using metaphysics including numerology, gematria, Chinese astrology, Tarot and occult wisdom.  According to Master Teacher Dr. Mitchell Gibson (tybro.com), numbers are one of the forces that control and manipulate this reality.  We will focus on the year 2013, its numerology and metaphysical properties, by reducing it down to a one digit number so we can see the energy that this year will produce.

When we look at the year 2013, the first thing that sticks out is the sequential numbers 1, 2, and 3.  2013 contains the first three numbers of our counting system.  One (1) denotes beginnings, two (2) involves partnerships, and three (3) is the first number of completion according to numerology.  So, 2013 all together brings a sense of beginnings, partnering, and bringing  all together into one.  In standard pythagorean numerology, 2013 reduces to the single digit 6 (2+0+1+3).

In Chinese astrology, 2013 is the year of the Water Snake.  The snake is symbolic of femininity, wisdom, spirituality, sensuality, patience, and the arts.  Combined with the element of water, this gives the energy an extra punch of heightened intuition and uncontrollable emotions, as water is known as the universal conduit of energy.  In contrast, the snake symbol can be very deceptive and secretive.  The snake will also target its prey with methodical attacks.  This means your prey (goals, objectives, wants, desires) may not come immediately but, with a solid plan you will reach your desired end result.  One thing to remember about the snake is when it is close to its prey (your goal in sight) it strikes without hesitation!

We know a snake coils up and this is the symbolic spiral shape.  This represents the understanding that everything spirals into existence.  This shows the connection from the spiritual and unseen realm into physical manifestation.  It represents raw creation and the snake adds a level of elegance and individual creativity to this equation.

Lets get back to the numbers!  Six (6) is considered a yin or feminine number.  Six is probably the most service-oriented energy of numerology.  With 6 also being one of the creative numbers, it likes to use its subtle energy to make things appealing to the eye and spirit.  It is the proverbial mothering energy and can be overbearing at times.  Remember when your mom stayed on your behind about cleaning your room or eating your veggies?  The number 6, in a passive-aggressive manner, is all about getting things done but on its own terms!

In Gematria (Kabbalistic numerology) the number 6 is considered the first perfect number and symbolizes universal forces like light, heat, and electromagnetism.  Tiferet is the sixth sefira in the Kabbalistic tree of life and it represents beauty, balance, miracles, and spirituality.  It symbolizes the union of two worlds coming together like two interlocking pyramids or, as in the saying, “as above so below”.

When we look at the number six card in the Tarot, which is the Lovers, we see a union between man and woman.  This also denotes harmony after free will of choice.  We are free to choose our partner(s) which inevitably results in a union or a coming together of sorts.  To perpetuate this union we must compromise, communicate, and fulfill each others needs.  Power of choice is critical for two sides, that are seemingly opposite, to come together in a harmonious manner.  There is also an angel in between the Lovers on the Tarot card which represents a divinely blessed union.

The number 6 corresponds with the 6th chakra which is the ajna or third eye spiritual center.  The energy of the third eye is all about spiritual perception, mysticism, psychic abilities, and higher functions of the mind.  The third eye is part of your higher self while contained in the body along with the throat and crown chakras.  These energies are devoid of an ego-centered mindset.  We begin to see our connection to the Source and all of her/his creations when we are in the energy of the higher self.

In review, the year 2013 will be an extremely spiritual one.  We will witness people gravitating towards spiritual and metaphysical practices such as meditation, healing arts, psychic readings, tantra, and yoga just to name a few.  There will also be a strong sense of service to humanity which will bring about new teachers and examples of how to live on a more elevated and spiritually grounded basis.  We will have the opportunity to see our music, film, television, and media project material that is heavily rooted in wisdom and spiritual and occult information.  This means more media dealing with topics like: spirituality, aliens/ETs, magick, psychic phenomena, the paranormal (ghosts, spirits, faeries, elementals, etc.).  Many hidden or occult dealings will come to light in 2013!

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Chinese Astrology Animal Characteristics & Chart

Chinese Astrology Zodiac Animals

Chinese Astrology has been around for thousands of years.  It was based off of astronomy (the study of matter in outer space).  Chinese Astrology, depending on birth year, gives a person insight on their innate abilities, characteristics, likes & dislikes.  Maybe this is why you seem to have a lot in common with your graduation class.

The information based on your birth date is not the end all be all.  Factors like how you were raised, physical/mental ailments, environment, life circumstances and many others have significant involvement into your whole make-up.  Chinese Astrology is somewhat general, but from my research & applied practices, it is on target the majority of time.

Know thyself. This information is important because if you do not know who & what you are, you are destined to make the journey to your destiny difficult.  We all know someone who has a VERY negative quality about them but they swear up and down that it’s not so.  I feel that most people have an easier time analyzing and breaking down someone else but the person in the mirror gets all benefits of the doubt.  To know yourself inside & out and up & down forces you to confront your shortcomings and/or unproductive character traits.

Chinese Astrology, or any predictive science, can help you begin or continue on your path.  The information can help you with your life purpose, occupational outlook, social events & gatherings, parenting, business management and any other situation that you deem fit.

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Using Chinese Astrology to Help Determine Your Life Purpose

To determine your life purpose, take the gifts under your specific animal and write the ones that “fit” you down on paper.  Leave out what you feel doesn’t apply to you and add some of your own.  I say add some of your own because you know yourself best.

The key is to find an occupation or purpose that allows you to utilize your gifts.  This is how you satisfy your soul and fulfill part of your purpose for incarnating.

Your life purpose is determined by what gifts you incarnated with.  Your life lessons are those things that try to get in the way.

Sometimes we accept our “positive” gifts while overlooking our “challenges”.  You’ve heard the expression “take the good with the bad”?  This applies to us.  We are a combination of positive and negative energies & good and bad traits.

It is my intention that you discover something else about yourself from this article.  Remember: a wise person works on his/her weaknesses to become a more well-rounded soul.  Happy travels!

Locate which Chinese animal you are from the following chart and read the full detailed description of traits and characteristics below…

Year Animal Element Yin/Yang
Feb 05 1924–Jan 23 1925 Rat Wood Yang (+)
Jan 24 1925–Feb 12 1926 Ox Wood Yin (-)
Feb 13 1926–Feb 01 1927 Tiger Fire Yang (+)
Feb 02 1927–Jan 22 1928 Rabbit Fire Yin (-)
Jan 23 1928–Feb 09 1929 Dragon Earth Yang (+)
Feb 10 1929–Jan 29 1930 Snake Earth Yin (-)
Jan 30 1930–Feb 16 1931 Horse Metal Yang (+)
Feb 17 1931–Feb 05 1932 Sheep Metal Yin (-)
Feb 06 1932–Jan 25 1933 Monkey Water Yang (+)
Jan 26 1933–Feb 13 1934 Rooster Water Yin (-)
Feb 14 1934–Feb 03 1935 Dog Wood Yang (+)
Feb 04 1935–Jan 23 1936 Boar Wood Yin (-)
Jan 24 1936–Feb 10 1937 Rat Fire Yang (+)
Feb 11 1937–Jan 30 1938 Ox Fire Yin (-)
Jan 31 1938–Feb 18 1939 Tiger Earth Yang (+)
Feb 19 1939–Feb 07 1940 Rabbit Earth Yin (-)
Feb 08 1940–Jan 26 1941 Dragon Metal Yang (+)
Jan 27 1941–Feb 14 1942 Snake Metal Yin (-)
Feb 15 1942–Feb 04 1943 Horse Water Yang (+)
Feb 05 1943–Jan 24 1944 Sheep Water Yin (-)
Jan 25 1944–Feb 12 1945 Monkey Wood Yang (+)
Feb 13 1945–Feb 01 1946 Rooster Wood Yin (-)
Feb 02 1946–Jan 21 1947 Dog Fire Yang (+)
Jan 22 1947–Feb 09 1948 Boar Fire Yin (-)
Feb 10 1948–Jan 28 1949 Rat Earth Yang (+)
Jan 29 1949–Feb 16 1950 Ox Earth Yin (-)
Feb 17 1950–Feb 05 1951 Tiger Metal Yang (+)
Feb 06 1951–Jan 26 1952 Rabbit Metal Yin (-)
Jan 27 1952–Feb 13 1953 Dragon Water Yang (+)
Feb 14 1953–Feb 02 1954 Snake Water Yin (-)
Feb 03 1954–Jan 23 1955 Horse Wood Yang (+)
Jan 24 1955–Feb 11 1956 Sheep Wood Yin (-)
Feb 12 1956–Jan 30 1957 Monkey Fire Yang (+)
Jan 31 1957–Feb 17 1958 Rooster Fire Yin (-)
Feb 18 1958–Feb 07 1959 Dog Earth Yang (+)
Feb 08 1959–Jan 27 1960 Boar Earth Yin (-)
Jan 28 1960–Feb 14 1961 Rat Metal Yang (+)
Feb 15 1961–Feb 04 1962 Ox Metal Yin (-)
Feb 05 1962–Jan 24 1963 Tiger Water Yang (+)
Jan 25 1963–Feb 12 1964 Rabbit Water Yin (-)
Feb 13 1964–Feb 01 1965 Dragon Wood Yang (+)
Feb 02 1965–Jan 20 1966 Snake Wood Yin (-)
Jan 21 1966–Feb 08 1967 Horse Fire Yang (+)
Feb 09 1967–Jan 29 1968 Sheep Fire Yin (-)
Jan 30 1968–Feb 16 1969 Monkey Earth Yang (+)
Feb 17 1969–Feb 05 1970 Rooster Earth Yin (-)
Feb 06 1970–Jan 26 1971 Dog Metal Yang (+)
Jan 27 1971–Feb 14 1972 Boar Metal Yin (-)
Feb 15 1972–Feb 02 1973 Rat Water Yang (+)
Feb 03 1973–Jan 22 1974 Ox Water Yin (-)
Jan 23 1974–Feb 10 1975 Tiger Wood Yang (+)
Feb 11 1975–Jan 30 1976 Rabbit Wood Yin (-)
Jan 31 1976–Feb 17 1977 Dragon Fire Yang (+)
Feb 18 1977–Feb 06 1978 Snake Fire Yin (-)
Feb 07 1978–Jan 27 1979 Horse Earth Yang (+)
Jan 28 1979–Feb 15 1980 Sheep Earth Yin (-)
Feb 16 1980–Feb 04 1981 Monkey Metal Yang (+)
Feb 05 1981–Jan 24 1982 Rooster Metal Yin (-)
Jan 25 1982–Feb 12 1983 Dog Water Yang (+)
Feb 13 1983–Feb 01 1984 Boar Water Yin (-)
Feb 02 1984–Feb 19 1985 Rat Wood Yang (+)
Feb 20 1985–Feb 08 1986 Ox Wood Yin (-)
Feb 09 1986–Jan 28 1987 Tiger Fire Yang (+)
Jan 29 1987–Feb 16 1988 Rabbit Fire Yin (-)
Feb 17 1988–Feb 05 1989 Dragon Earth Yang (+)
Feb 06 1989–Jan 26 1990 Snake Earth Yin (-)
Jan 27 1990–Feb 14 1991 Horse Metal Yang (+)
Feb 15 1991–Feb 03 1992 Sheep Metal Yin (-)
Feb 04 1992–Jan 22 1993 Monkey Water Yang (+)
Jan 23 1993– Feb 09 1994 Rooster Water Yin (-)
Feb 10 1994–Jan 30 1995 Dog Wood Yang (+)
Jan 31 1995–Feb 18 1996 Boar Wood Yin (-)
Feb 19 1996–Feb 06 1997 Rat Fire Yang (+)
Feb 07 1997–Jan 27 1998 Ox Fire Yin (-)
Jan 28 1998–Feb 15 1999 Tiger Earth Yang (+)
Feb 16 1999–Feb 04 2000 Rabbit Earth Yin (-)
Feb 05 2000–Jan 23 2001 Dragon Metal Yang (+)
Jan 24 2001–Feb 11 2002 Snake Metal Yin (-)
Feb 12 2002–Jan 31 2003 Horse Water Yang (+)
Feb 01 2003–Jan 21 2004 Sheep Water Yin (-)
Jan 22 2004–Feb 08 2005 Monkey Wood Yang (+)
Feb 09 2005–Jan 28 2006 Rooster Wood Yin (-)
Jan 29 2006–Feb 17 2007 Dog Fire Yang (+)
Feb 18 2007–Feb 06 2008 Boar Fire Yin (-)
Feb 07 2008–Jan 25 2009 Rat Earth Yang (+)
Jan 26 2009–Feb 13 2010 Ox Earth Yin (-)
Feb 14 2010–Feb 02 2011 Tiger Metal Yang (+)
Feb 03 2011–Jan 22 2012 Rabbit Metal Yin (-)
Jan 23 2012–Feb 09 2013 Dragon Water Yang (+)

Chinese Astrology Animal Characteristics & Traits


The Rat of the Chinese Zodiac is a doer. Not just a doer but one that can get more accomplished in less time than the average person.

Smarts. The Chinese Rat is usually not short in the common sense & knowledge departments.

Good advice giver. But beware, they do not like to receive advice. In fact, they usually won’t ask for your opinion.

A lover of fine cuisine. But don’t expect them to cook it!

It is a common trait that most Rat year born persons rather get paid off their intelligence over actual labor.

Argumentative. The Rat is endowed with plenty wit and enjoys verbal jousting.

Penny-pinchers to the max. The Rat year born soul just worries about his/her finances and thriftiness is just part of their make-up.

It is generally believed that Rats birthed in the winter season will worry about not having food for the majority of their life.

All in all, Rat year born folks are good people. It’s hard for them to open up all the way. They are quite talkative in comfortable surroundings but their shrewd demeanor at times, causes them not to keep a lot of friends. In fact, the Rat is quite content with curling up solo and feeding their brain with a good book or an informative documentary.

When it comes to matters of the opposite sex, the Rat has no problem attracting attention because of its natural charismatic personality. In fact, the Rat can be quite charming. The ladies of this sign do have the tendency to live through their significant other as opposed to complimenting them.

Rats on a lower plane of thinking, feel a sense of entitlement. Living off someone freely, borrowing and not paying back, overly asking for favors is done without a blink of an eye. This is a Rat that has not faced their challenges head on and has suppressed all their negative energy.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Rat:

  • Very charming
  • gets more done than most
  • adapts well in most environments
  • good eye for bargains/discount shopper
  • intellectual
  • good at concealing or hiding things
  • secretive
  • creative
  • talkative
  • always in “alert mode”
  • analytical
  • seeks power
  • great debater/gets point across
  • honest
  • takes advantage of others/opportunist
  • argumentative
  • materialistic
  • anxious
  • nervous
  • very observant
  • quick tempered
  • little hotheaded
  • stingy
  • worrier
  • good advice giver
  • great imagination
  • resourceful
  • avoids manual labor
  • loves to travel
  • thirst for knowledge
  • perfectionist
  • difficult to please
  • good organizational skills
  • dominant
  • aggressive
  • does not seek advice from others
  • quick witted
  • a doer, not a talker
  • great writing skills
  • likes seclusion or solitude
  • socially active

Famous & Infamous Rats

George Foreman, John Elway, Notorious B.I.G., LeBron James, Shaquille O’Neal, Snoop Doggy Dogg, John Madden, Jeffrey Dahmer, Wilt Chamberlain, Eminem, Bob Stoops, Terry Bradshaw, Marlon Wayans, Keyshawn Johnson, Ben Affleck, Gwyneth Paltrow, Samuel L. Jackson, Cameron Diaz, William Shakespeare, Amadeus Mozart, Louis Armstrong, Daryl Hannah, Prince Charles, Al Gore, John McCain, George Washington, Burt Reynolds, Sean Penn, Antonio Banderas, Ozzy Osbourne, Chris Tucker, Reggie Bush


The Ox Stubborn.  Stubborn.  And stubborn.  The Ox takes the cake in this category.

Family and friends are 1, 2 & 3.  Oxen are not too accepting of those outside of their circle.

Most Oxen enjoy gardening and outdoor yard work.  They really do have a green thumb.

Oxen are usually the last ones to demand center of attention at a party or get-together.

Hard worker.  Ox year born people will work to the tilt for what they want.

Security first.  Specifically, financial security is one of their main priorities.

No risk taker here.  Oxen have the tendency to stick with what is proven.

Stern parent and disciplinarian.  They expect their kids to behave and be well-mannered.

The Ox could very well be the hardest working sign of the Zodiac.  Slow, gradual progress is all they expect.  And they are willing to labor endlessly as long as they see light at the end of the tunnel.  Their patience is a extremely valuable trait.  When most would give up and quit, the Ox keeps pushing on.

Along with their tremendous work ethic comes a huge dose of stubbornness.  This is not always a bad thing.  There are an overwhelming amount of celebrity Oxen.  They just don’t get discouraged hearing the words “can’t” & “no”.  These are traits, if used properly, that give natives of this sign very high will power.

The rage of this sign is no flowery subject.  Oxen are notorious for charging ahead with dangerous intentions.  It’s best to let them calm down before someone gets seriously injured!

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Ox:

  • extremely patient
  • extremely hard working
  • a loner
  • quiet and reserved until angered
  • little slower or methodical than most
  • physically strong….”strong as an ox”
  • slow to accept those outside of your circle
  • very loyal to close ones
  • leader
  • prefer to work alone
  • family oriented
  • strong perseverance
  • even tempered for the most part
  • good speaker/speaks well
  • very stubborn
  • strong determination
  • original
  • green thumb
  • loves working outdoors in nature
  • practical/not extravagant
  • traditionalist
  • overly stern
  • holds grudges
  • survivor
  • anti-social
  • sets realistic goals to achieve
  • seeks security first/not a big gambler
  • smart
  • raging temper once provoked
  • possessive
  • jealous
  • conservative
  • good with hands
  • does not take orders well
  • all work/no play
  • good with finances
  • very dependable
  • home body

Famous & Infamous Oxen

Barack Obama, Malcolm X, Isiah Thomas, Dan Marino, Tyra Banks, Morgan Freeman, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy, Nas, Terrell Owens, Johnnie Cochran, Colin Powell, Jim Carrey, Bill Cosby, Jack Nicholson, Reggie White, Brian Kelly, Meryl Streep, Sissy Spacek, Twiggy, Jessica Lange, Jane Fonda, Heather Locklear, Sammy Davis Jr., Walt Disney, Dustin Hoffman, Jon Bon Jovi, Warren Beatty, Paul Newman, Anthony Hopkins, Robert Redford, Oscar De La Hoya, Adolph Hitler, Johann Sebastian Bach, Napoleon Bonaparte Kate Moss, Bruce Springsteen, Dennis Rodman, Hans Christian Anderson


Tigers are fierce leaders so following others is not their strong point.

Up for a challenge?  The Tiger never backs down from competition.

Loyalty towards their family and close friends is second nature to the Tiger.

Tigers are pouncers, so they usually jump on things quickly and rush through it.

Injustices are not tolerated by these cats.  They will fight for the cause of the mistreated.

Natives of this sign are usually NOT motivated by just money.

The Tiger is a restless soul.  Always seeking out adventure or something out of the ordinary.  They are far from timid or afraid of the unknown.  In fact, normality is a little dull to them.

They really do attack what they go after.  Even with partners, this “breed” can end a relationship and go into another one with much gusto.  And with their natural courage and likable personality, finding takers is no problem.  Switching jobs and career paths are also likely with the Tiger.

Independent to the core.  It is rare to find a Tiger in a dependent situation.  If they are, you likely will discover an unhappy soul.  They love and need their roaming room.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Tiger:

  • very generous
  • extremely courageous/brave/no fear
  • quick reaction/acts without thinking
  • pounces on things/attacker
  • full of gust/full gusto
  • powerful
  • confident
  • full of energy
  • protective
  • enthusiastic
  • natural leader
  • stubborn
  • quarrelsome/doesn’t mind starting trouble
  • deeply sensitive to criticism
  • very noble/high character
  • active
  • good manners
  • authoritative/take charge type
  • loves challenges
  • thrill seeker
  • extremely competitive
  • independent
  • rebellious
  • captivating/people notice you
  • undisciplined/a little reckless
  • honest
  • playful
  • adventurous
  • tough on the outside but a softie to loved ones
  • bossy
  • antisocial
  • secretive
  • eager to please
  • careless at times
  • jealous/envious
  • quick to change mind
  • does not take orders well
  • likes to travel
  • very loyal
  • popular
  • rule breaker
  • passionate
  • dominant
  • very aggressive
  • unpredictable
  • always on alert/attentive

Famous & Infamous Tigers

Jerry Rice, Dr. J, Stevie Wonder, Jenna Jameson, Marilyn Monroe, Tom Cruise, Jay Leno, Derek Jeter, Demi Moore, Emily Dickinson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Roberta Flack, Jodie Foster, Hugh Hefner, Lionel Ritchie, Natalie Wood, Dylan Thomas, Agatha Christie, Ryan Seacrest, Drake, Kenny Rogers, Beatrix Potter, Sheryl Crow, Jay Leno, Rush Limbaugh, Paula Abdul, Phil Collins, John Steinbeck, Queen Elizabeth II, Garth Brooks, Mel Brooks, Martin Short, Martin Short


The Rabbit. Conservative yet fashionably attractive.  Not too flashy but they are usually neatly dressed.

Can be talkative sometime but they usually are more aloof.

Private, quiet worrier.  Do not expect them to just pour their heart out to you.

Quietly stubborn.  Luckily not as raging as the Ox.

The Rabbit is quite an intuitive creature.  So it’s not surprising that they “sense” a lot of things.

Very passive.  They just don’t want to stir up trouble.

High morals and impeccable manners, the Chinese Rabbit truly is graceful.  Rarely do they say the wrong thing.  They much rather keep it to themselves.  As poker faced as they are, you wouldn’t be able to tell if anything was wrong anyway.

Excellent with finances.  The natives of this Zodiac sign can control their splurging more than most.  It is a high priority for their life to be financially stress free.  As a matter of fact, they try to ensure that every aspect of their life is peaceful.  Extremely docile sign.

Rabbits do claim to be “under the weather” more than other signs.  Their health is something they constantly think about.  Even the ones in great shape consciously are fidgety when it comes to their health.

The biggest worrisome characteristic of the Rabbit, is their total private, secretive and sometimes secluded life.  They just are detached, for the most part.  It would serve them well to open up a little more and show some vulnerability.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Rabbit:

  • very gentle
  • calm demeanor
  • even tempered
  • aloof/detached
  • clever
  • tactful/says and does the “right” things
  • traditionalist
  • old fashioned
  • sensitive
  • solid judgment skills
  • stays away from chaos/seeks serenity
  • does not take blame well/passes the buck
  • loner
  • discreet
  • secretive
  • needs freedom/difficult to pin down
  • helpful
  • independent
  • passive
  • worries about health
  • introverted
  • refined
  • high moral character
  • sentimental
  • a little cowardly
  • suspicious
  • a little paranoid
  • seeks approval from others
  • pacifist
  • sophisticated
  • gets along with most people
  • can adapt to situations
  • perfectionist
  • well dressed
  • thoughtful
  • gifted artist
  • hospitable/great host or hostess
  • likes to socialize
  • forgiving
  • unflappable
  • self-absorbed
  • highly creative
  • not one to ask for help
  • good sixth sense
  • great with finances
  • conservative
  • not a risk taker
  • classy
  • stylish
  • home body

Famous & Infamous Rabbits

Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Charles Barkley, Marvin Gaye, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, Luther Vandross, Lauryn Hill, Angelina Jolie, Jon Gruden, Anderson Silva, Ray Lewis, Tim Tebow, Quentin Tarantino, Harry Belafonte, Peter Fonda, Sting, Orson Welles, Bob Hope, Cary Grant, Andy Warhol, Queen Victoria, Albert Einstein, Tori Amos, Nicolas Cage, Brad Pitt, Drew Barrymore, jet Li, Helen Hunt, Johnny Depp, Brigitte Nielsen, Tatum O’Neal, Frank Sinatra, Confucious, Wilbur Wright, David Beckham, Lil Kim


The Dragon. Insert foot in mouth.  The Dragon is notorious for blurting out the first thing that comes to their mind.

Quick temper.  This short-tempered fire breather can flare up in a ball of rage at the drop of a hat.

Natural born leader.  Those that follow this breed do so willingly.

Sense of self-entitlement.  Nothing is off limits, in their eyes.

Dragons usually make a lasting impression, rather by choice or chance.

Gifted with intelligence and intuition, Dragons are decisive and are usually right more than wrong.

Competitive spirit.  The Dragon does not like being second to anyone.

Being the only mythological creature, in the Chinese Zodiac, there is certainly an air of mystery with this sign.  They are not the type to express their inner most feelings.  To know a Dragon, is to know what they allow you to know.

Born with boundless earthly knowledge, the Dragon sometimes offers unwanted advice.  They truly can plan someone’s life but their tact can be harsh and straightforward.  Honesty is their policy.

Revolutionary crusaders.  The Dragon has a sense of duty when it comes to the inhumanities of society.  It is not rare to find Dragons on the front lines of any protest or revolt.

Compassionate and full gusto.  Dragons are full of energy and pour their all into whatever they take up.  They lead by example and are sensitive to those that follow them.

Very loyal to their family and friends.  This sign is a natural protector of their loved ones.  Even with their selfish tendencies, there is absolutely nothing they won’t do for those that are close to them.

A Dragon on a lower plane of thought can be quite secretive and very unfaithful.  Since to them nothing is off limits, extramarital affairs can occur.  A dragon can live a double life without sparking any suspicions.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Dragon:

  • very influential
  • quick witted
  • unpredictable
  • extremely powerful
  • free spirit
  • intuitive
  • highly outspoken
  • lacks tact
  • very confident
  • brave
  • extremely ambitious
  • natural born leader
  • busy body
  • hates routines
  • claustrophobic
  • egotistic
  • judgmental
  • perfectionist
  • short tempered
  • magnetic personality
  • does not like being told what to do
  • great organizational skills
  • visionary
  • hard worker
  • challenging opponent/makes the worst enemy
  • optimist
  • never says never/can do anything
  • dominant
  • aggressive
  • great advice giver
  • stubborn
  • reckless
  • acts without thinking
  • harsh
  • dependable
  • fascinated by the unknown
  • philosophical mind
  • inspires others
  • thrill seeker
  • spends money quickly
  • well mannered
  • original
  • dreamer
  • irritable
  • loud mouth
  • good memory
  • risk taker/gambler
  • bigger than life persona

Famous & Infamous Dragons

Cedric the Entertainer, Bruce Lee, Mae West, Joan of Arc, Sigmund Freud, Florence Nightingale, Keanu Reeves, Susan B. Anthony, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Al Pacino, Peyton Manning, Donovan McNabb, Bill Belichick, Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King, Larry Brown, 50 Cent, Randy Moss, Chuck Norris, Che Gueverra, Jim Tressel, Wendy Williams, Rhianna, Alex Trebek, Urban Meyer, Robin Williams, Sandra Bullock, Alicia Silverstone, Dan Akroyd, Shirley Temple, Frank Zappa, Raquel Welch, lady Godiva, Salvador Dali, Calista Flockhart, Bing Crosby, Bo Diddley, Tom Jones, Courtney Cox


The Snake. Attractive and charming.  The Snake epitomizes the art of seduction.

Pre-wired with wisdom galore.  The Snake always relies on its natural intuition.

Philosophical mind.  These deep thinkers have a way of just knowing.

Very intelligent and well-spoken.  Snakes can talk you in or out of almost anything.

In relationships, the Snake can sometimes become very jealous and possessive.

This sign detests being the butt end of jokes.  This could be because of their insecurity at times.

The wisdom of the Snake is what separates this sign from its brothers and sisters in the Chinese Zodiac.  They “feel” their way through life carefully avoiding dangerous situations.  Conflict is the last thing on their minds.  They would rather much bask within their minds or feed themselves with food for thought.

Snakes are as calm as they come.  They rarely find reasoning to let their emotions get the best of them.  Retreating and devising a scheme or plan suits this sign the best.  The Snake is the master of plotting.

This sign is very private and secretive.  They just do not like letting others know too much.  They will throw you off if you suspect anything that they do not want you to know.  Diversion is their language.

Quietly unassuming allows the Snake to be extremely manipulative.  This breed, in a lower thought plane, can cause chaos in any situation.  Armed with their patience, they can carry out a scheme for a long time.

Snakes make good friends to the ones they truly adore.  Giving their time comes easier than lending money though.  They can be a little stingy.  But they will work side by side with their loved ones that need help.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Snake:

  • extremely wise
  • highly intuitive
  • very calm demeanor
  • lazy
  • sore loser
  • highly seductive
  • very charming
  • very well spoken
  • private
  • passive-aggressive
  • great timing/knows when to make moves
  • very patient
  • ultimate “poker face”
  • very sensitive
  • elegant
  • well mannered
  • decisive
  • likes the finer things
  • stingy with money but not time
  • procrastinator
  • stubborn
  • revenge seeker/always looks for paybacks
  • manipulative
  • dependent
  • calculating/strategist
  • analytical
  • philosophical
  • jealous type
  • possessive
  • naturally beautiful/good looking
  • not into small talk
  • great advice givers
  • not into mundane jobs
  • quiet strength
  • discreet/secretive
  • extremely sensual
  • compassionate
  • not a morning person/late riser
  • intelligent
  • cunning/sly/sneaky

Famous & Infamous Snakes

Muhammad Ali, Oprah Winfrey, Floyd Mayweather, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock, Howard Stern, Bill Parcells, Dr. Dre, Hulk Hogan, Tom Brady, KRS-One, Chris Brown, Cris Carter, Brooke Shields, Fiona Apple, Grace Kelly, JFK, Edgar Allan Poe, Abraham Lincoln, Aristotle Onassis, Kim Basinger, Johannes Brahms, Mahatma Gandhi, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Yasser Arafat, Tim Allen, Charlie Sheen, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Stacey Dash


The Horse. Considered one of the most “masculine” of the Chinese Zodiac, the Horse is usually dominant in a lot of areas.

Extremely independent.  Most natives of this Zodiac sign leave home earlier than most.

Very talkative and friendly.  They attract numerous friends because of their magnetic persona.

The Horse demands center of attention…..all the time.

Quick witted and clever, they usually are never lost for words.

Lover of kids.  They love life and children are life’s pride and joy.

Very hard worker.

The Horse is a high energy, spirited soul.  Their zest for life is contagious.  They give their all into whatever they take up.  Luckily, this sign is very versatile so they grasp onto things quickly.

The Horse is usually going 100 miles per hour at all times, so it’s not surprising that they fall in love quick and hard.  They are usually good providers to their families as long as their partner allows them their much needed independence.  It’s their natural tendency to roam.  They just don’t like being idle.

A control freak and an order barker.  Horse year born people just feel a need to have their fingerprint on everything.  Their way or the highway.

A Horse in the wrong frame of mind can be very childish and contradictive.  A grown person throwing a temper tantrum can seem extreme but this sign can really do it.  And to say one thing and do the opposite, well let’s just say that the Horse does this with ease.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Horse:

  • hard worker
  • great with hands
  • physically strong
  • stays active/busy body
  • needs freedom
  • natural leader
  • quick witted
  • very independent
  • friendly
  • great speaker
  • charming
  • decisive
  • very talkative
  • likes to be center of attention
  • extroverted
  • dominant
  • loves social gatherings
  • impatient
  • contradicting
  • quick to bark orders
  • control freak
  • instinctive
  • likes to cook
  • hospitable
  • likes immediate gratification/not into long projects
  • can tire quickly
  • very helpful
  • into fair play
  • hot headed
  • egotistical
  • aggressive
  • powerful
  • disciplinarian/demands respect
  • very clever
  • optimist
  • humanitarian
  • forgives and forgets
  • enjoys the outdoors
  • lacks self confidence at times
  • entertaining
  • blunt/honest/frank

Famous & Infamous Horses

Adam Sandler, Denzel Washington, Walter Payton, Janet Jackson, Halle Barry, Troy Aikman, Kobe Bryant, Spike Lee, Barbara Streisand, Cindy Crawford, Ella Fitzgerald, Harrison Ford, Jimi Hendrix, Usher Raymond, Jerry Jones, Warren Buffet, Royce Gracie, Gordon Ramsay, Gene Hackman, Rita Hayworth, Paul McCartney, Raquel Welch, Thomas Edison, Clint Eastwood


The Sheep and all its elegance is considered the most feminine of the Chinese Zodiac.

Very intuitive.  The Sheep is wired with psychic abilities.

No need to worry about this sign causing violent chaos.  They avoid conflict at all cost.

Day dreamer.  The Sheep is often somewhere deep in thought.

Naturally “motherly” and nurturing.  This sign is excellent with kids.

Sticks with what is traditional.  Rarely will you find the Sheep drifting into the unknown.

Money spender.  Why save when you can just buy?

Indecisive.  They really do have a hard time making up their minds.

Quite the worrier.  They just can’t keep them negative thoughts out of their heads.

The Chinese Sheep is one of the most artistic signs of the Zodiac.  Music, fashion, art, cooking and the such, appeal to Sheep like breath to life.  And they are excellent in whatever art they pursue.

Being somewhat suspect in new surroundings, Sheep need the security of familiar environments.  Give them comfortable space and interesting people, you will find a happy go lucky soul.  Even though they require thinking time alone, they really enjoy socializing with prominent, relevant people.

The Sheep is very fashion forward.  To find a Sheep dressed in anything less than stylish garb, is like finding a fish out of water.  Sheep have been known to check the mirror more than a few times to go just about anywhere!

True nature of the Sheep can be quite challenging.  Since a sheep is covered with wool, sometimes it’s hard to discover their real self.  Armed with this natural defense, the Sheep can keep their identity concealed for as long as they want.

Sheep on a lower thought plane, can be extremely dependent.  A rich sugar daddy or mama appeal to these souls.  Why get their own when someone will provide it to them.  And with their desirable traits, the sign usually gets what it wants.

More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Sheep:

  • motherly/nurturer
  • great taste
  • highly creative
  • elegant
  • attractive
  • avoids conflict
  • sweet
  • well mannered
  • pessimist
  • insecure
  • irresponsible
  • articulate
  • gentle
  • anxious
  • intuitive
  • highly artistic
  • great eye for beauty
  • doesn’t like to pick sides
  • dependent
  • seeks peaceful environments
  • secretive
  • suppresses true feelings
  • does not like schedules
  • adaptable
  • easy going
  • slow paced
  • great team player
  • dreamer
  • lazy
  • talker
  • intelligent
  • avoids physical labor
  • victim mentality
  • attention seeker
  • good samaritan
  • generous with time
  • patient
  • emotional
  • quiet
  • good sense of humor
  • great memory
  • follows rules and dislikes rule breakers
  • detail oriented

Famous  & Infamous Sheep

Bill Gates, Jamie Foxx, Arthur Ashe, Kate Hudson, Debra Winger, John Singleton, Nicole Kidman, John Grisham, Pamela Anderson, Tony Dungy, Deion Sanders, Don King, LL Cool J, Oliver North, Mick Jagger, Bruce Willis, Julia Roberts, Mark Twain, Liberace, Michelangelo, William Shatner, Joe Pesci, Billy Bob Thornton, Kurt Cobain, Barbara Walters, Joni Mitchell, Goldie Hawn, Norah Jones, The Game, Rudolph Valentino, Orville Wright, Boris Becker, Reba McEntire, Chow Yun-Fat, Pink, Faith Hill, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Love-Hewitt, Vin Diesel, Will Ferrell, Arsenio Hall, Osho


More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Monkey:

  • intelligent
  • clever
  • quick witted
  • naturally funny
  • unfaithful
  • immature/childish at times
  • opportunist
  • active
  • great energy
  • must stay stimulate/bores easily
  • optimistic
  • confident
  • abundantly resourceful
  • excellent memory
  • charming
  • competitive
  • arrogant
  • superiority complex
  • dominant
  • good attention to detail
  • quick learner
  • does not like rejection
  • distrust others
  • not very dependable
  • independent
  • high spirited
  • a little mischievous/can start trouble
  • likes to have a lot of friends
  • thirst for knowledge
  • original/innovator
  • persuasive
  • problem solver
  • loves to travel
  • sociable
  • very sexual
  • self indulgent/puts self before others
  • great imagination
  • magnetic personality
  • conceited
  • loves to watch people/people watcher


More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Rooster:

  • a braggart/likes to boast
  • well dressed
  • good fashion sense
  • keenly observant
  • flashy on the outside but conservative by nature
  • very practical
  • popular amongst peers
  • generous
  • long term goal setter
  • brutally honest
  • sincere
  • good conversationalist
  • adapts to any situation
  • likes to be center of attention
  • good public speaker
  • over analyzes self
  • big ego
  • a doer
  • big spender on useless things
  • cautious
  • nit picker
  • self confident
  • excellent memory
  • charming
  • great work ethic
  • dependable
  • good common sense
  • good organization skills
  • resilient
  • outgoing personality
  • resourceful
  • attentive/alert
  • critical of others/judgmental
  • mistrustful
  • always trying to outdo others/one upper
  • can be aggressive


More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Dog:

  • extremely loyal
  • courageous
  • always on alert mode/very attentive
  • generous
  • a giver not a taker
  • worrier
  • pessimist
  • intelligent
  • roots of the underdog
  • defends the weak or those who can’t defend themselves
  • a protector
  • insecure
  • faithful
  • stubborn
  • introverted
  • prefers to be around people
  • selfless/puts others before self
  • modest
  • traditionalist
  • defensive
  • loves to fight for worthy causes
  • shy
  • anxious
  • affected by environment easily
  • huge heart/a lover
  • humanitarian of epic proportions
  • secretive
  • non materialistic
  • reliable
  • discreet
  • indecisive
  • paranoid
  • good judge of character/sniffs people out
  • sensitive
  • obsessive behavior
  • great perseverance
  • extremely cautious
  • little to no ego


More Traits and Characteristics of the Chinese Pig:

  • honest
  • sincere
  • thirst for knowledge
  • highly intelligent
  • gentle
  • very loyal
  • more of a watcher than doer
  • accepts people easily/tolerable
  • forgives but doesn’t forget
  • mature
  • great attention to detail
  • non competitive
  • quick to take the blame for others wrongdoings
  • appreciates beauty/visual
  • very dependable
  • gullible
  • passive
  • patient
  • naive
  • handles things internally
  • over indulges in pleasures
  • greedy
  • lazy
  • witty
  • kind/genuinely nice
  • hates lies & ugliness
  • big on fair play
  • insecure
  • sociable once you get to know someone
  • loving
  • dry sense of humor
  • well mannered
  • sensual

Recommended Chinese Astrology books (I do receive a commission if you purchase through one of the following links)

Chinese Astrology: Exploring The Eastern Zodiac By Shelly Wu
Chinese Astrology Plain and Simple By Suzanne White

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