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* Chinese New Year


Chinese Zodiac Forecast
Chinese New Year - 2012 Year of the Water Dragon
January 23, 2012  and  ends on February 9, 2013

Chinese New Year starts with the New Moon on the first day of the new year and ends on the full moon 15 days later. The 15th day of the new year is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at night with lantern displays and children carrying lanterns in a parade.

The Chinese calendar is based on a combination of lunar and solar movements. The lunar cycle is about 29.5 days. In order to "catch up" with the solar calendar the Chinese insert an extra month once every few years (seven years out of a 19-yearcycle). This is the same as adding an extra day on leap year. This is why, according to the solar calendar, the Chinese New Year falls on a different date each year.

New Year's Eve and New Year's Day are celebrated as a family affair, a time of reunion and thanksgiving. The celebration was traditionally highlighted with a religious ceremony given in honor of Heaven and Earth, the gods of the household and the family ancestors.

The sacrifice to the ancestors, the most vital of all the rituals, united the living members with those who had passed away. Departed relatives are remembered with great respect because they were responsible for laying the foundations for the fortune and glory of the family.

The presence of the ancestors is acknowledged on New Year's Eve with a dinner arranged for them at the family banquet table. The spirits of the ancestors, together with the living, celebrate the onset of the New Year as one great community. The communal feast called "surrounding the stove" or weilu. It symbolizes family unity and honors the past and present generations.

Kung Hei Fat Choi! (Happy New Year!)

Year of the Water Dragon 2012
The Chinese Year of the Dragon begins January 23, 2012. 
Astrology is part of Chinese life and the Year of the Dragon is particularly an important year. Many people are looking forward to the Chinese zodiac year of 2012. In Chinese astrology the dragon is the only animal of the Chinese zodiac year that is not real - it is quite special and very much revered. More than 4,000 years ago, there were two large tribes and many smaller tribes in China. The tribes had animals as emblems. The two large tribes unified and chose the dragon as their symbol. In fact, the Han Chinese still call themselves the descendants of the Dragon. In Chinese astrology the dragon was seen as a powerful almighty king because it was made up of different parts of animals such as a tiger, fish, snake and an eagle. The Chinese dragon was not seen as a threatening evil being as we do in the west - rather a symbol of power, superiority and rule.

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2012 is the Year of the Dragon, which begins on January 23, 2012 and ends on February 9, 2013. The Dragon is the fifth sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 Animal signs. The Dragon is a creature of myth and legend. In ancient China, the celestial Dragon represents an emperor and power. Today, it is the ultimate auspicious symbol signifying success and happiness. May the celestial Dragon bring great good luck to everyone.
In Sung Dynasty (a Chinese imperial dynasty lasting from AD 960 - 1279) texts, the dragon is described as having the head of an ox, muzzle of a donkey, eyes of a shrimp, horns of a deer, body of a serpent covered with fish scales, and feet of a phoenix. The dragon usually clutches a pearl symbolic of its super-natural powers. Invariably accompanied by thunder and rain, dragons move like lightning and whirlwinds - - all powerful yet totally unpredictable.

Dragon years are lucky for anyone thinking of starting a business or initiating a new project of any sort because money is easier to come by for everyone, whether it’s earned, borrowed or received as a gift. Consequently we can expect the economic downturn to ease up a bit in the coming year. Fortunes can be made but they can also be lost: Keep in mind like all good things, the Year of the Dragon will come to an end and you will be held accountable for unreasonable extravagances.

The Sign of the Dragon

People born in the Year of the Dragon share certain characteristics: Innovative, enterprising, self-assured, brave, passionate, conceited, and quick-tempered. The Dragons are the free spirits of the Chinese Zodiac. Restrictions blow out their creative spark that is ready to flame into life. So, they must be free and uninhibited. The Dragon is a beautiful creature, colorful and flamboyant. An extroverted bundle of energy, gifted and irrepressible, everything Dragons do is on a grand scale - big ideas and extreme ambitions. However, this behavior is natural and isn't meant for show. Because they are confident, fearless in the face of challenge, they are almost inevitably successful.

People born in the Year of the Dragon usually make it to the top. But, they must be aware of that too much enthusiasm can leave them tired and unfulfilled. They find pleasure in helping others, and you can always count on their help. Even though they are willing to assist when necessary, their pride can often impede them from accepting the same kind of help from others. Their generous personalities give them the ability to attract friends, but they can be rather solitary people at heart. Their self-sufficiency can mean that they have no need for close bonds with other people.

Dragon people tend to take thrilling risks, and burn the candle at both ends so they are fortunate to be blessed with good health. However, they can suffer bad health as a result of excess stress. Symtoms of their personalities often stem from emotional outbursts and can range from tension headaches to depression to hypertension. They can remedy these problems by maintaining their cool, implementing a routine in their daily lives, and practice meditation, Tai Chi or Yoga that soothe the mind and spirit as well as tone the body.

The Dragon is not the most domesticated of the Animal signs. So, people born in the Year of the Dragon prefer enjoying outdoor activities rather than staying at home. They are extroverts who have a deep love for nature. Their homes should be as large and majestic as their personalities, providing space for the fiery temperament or emotional eruptions that accompany their character. They have true and sincere love, which comes from the depths of their hearts.

Dragon people are quite imaginative, always able to see new paths and will take a radical approach. They have innate explorative spirit and try to succeed at one stroke. They are very adaptable and are fit for various occupations, especially if those occupations allow them to take the limelight. They work hard, but would rather give orders than receive them. They should avoid jobs that encompass too much routine, and should move toward jobs in which their self-reliance can be an asset.

People born in the Year of the Dragon like to spend money and are charitable themselves as well as with others. Many Dragon people will take big chances with their finances. It is very rare that they remain poor for long. They will always be straightforward in financial dealings and can always be trusted.

Dragon Years: 02/19/1904 to 02/03/1905 (Wood), 02/03/1916 to 01/22/1917 (Fire), 01/23/1928 to 02/09/1929 (Earth), 02/08/1940 to 01/26/1941 (Metal), 01/27/1952 to 02/13/1953 (Water), 02/13/1964 to 02/01/1965 (Wood), 01/31/1976 to 02/17/1977 (Fire), 02/17/1988 to 02/05/1989 (Earth), 02/05/2000 to 01/23/2001 (Metal), 01/23/2012 to 02/09/2013 (Water).

Famous Dragon People: Calista Flockhart, Colin Farrell, Courtney Cox, Courtney Love, Dinah Shore, Isabella Rossellini, Julia Ormond, Juliette Binoche, Reese Witherspoon, Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bullock, and Wynonna Judd.

Here are a few general conclusions from the opinions of the sages...

It is believed that those born during a year of a particular animal would inherit some of the good and bad personality traits of that animal.

Let’s take a look at each animal, their major personality traits and what the prospects are for 2011.

The following is a description of the positive and negative personality traits of the Chinese “signs,” with a brief forecast for 2012:

Luck of the signs by Lillian Too and Jennifer Too

Rat (1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020)

Positive: Influential,
charming, elegant and clever, sociable, imaginative, and charismatic. Rat people will always stay loyal to their family and friends. They’re also thrifty and very good with handling money.
Negative: Power-hungry, gossiping, indiscreet, and meddling.
They can be a bit gossipy and prone to being distracted These individuals don’t always plan for the future.

Interesting Rat Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Garnet
Special Flower: Narcissus
Best Hours: 11 pm -1 am
Season: Winter
Horoscope Colors: Black, White, Purple

The Luck of the Rat in 2012

If you are a RAT you have the hidden support this year from the Dragon, your Zodiac ally, which will help protect you from the conflicts ahead as the energies this year are not so kind to you. It's a transformational year for you with lasting effects into the future.

You must still take care to protect yourself from the influence of the Star of Aggressive Sword, especially if you live in an area of recent or current political upheaval, and remember that no one is immune from the External Star of Romance!

Your Life Force Luck and Chi essence are weak compounded by the number 2-illness star that flies into your astrological home direction of North. Use the proper cures to suppress this affliction and try not to sleep in a room located in the North or enter or leave your house or office via a North facing or North located door. Take it easy this year and avoid physical exhaustion...bring Dragon energy into your home for support.

You'll find exciting opportunities coming your way in the month of April and also again in January 2013. These are the times to engage in prosperity enhancing activities! And be sure to learn about the two powerful amulets perfectly suited to those of the Rat sign in our newest chapter on Spiritual Feng Shui.

You'll find dozens of important suggestions for the Rat born in the Fortune and Feng Shui horoscope book for 2012 - like why you need to carry a small brass mirror at all times, why the Talisman of the Tortoise with Water Element is particularly suitable for you and what very special deity you should invite into your home this year.

Overall the Rat should take it easy in 2012. Protective cures and enhancers are a must. Welcome the image of the Dragon into your home before the year officially begins and borrow from the strength of your astrological ally. Timing is everything- get it right and you'll be in sync with the Dragon year!

For the Rat - July 2012

"Those born in the Year of the Rat need to be extra careful in this sixth month (July 07 - August 07, 2012). The five yellow appears in your chart bringing obstacles into your life once more. Be careful when it comes to personal safety - this may not be the best month to travel. Misfortune can strike in unexpected ways and it's best to deal with this feng shui affliction using metal energy to exhaust the earthly 5 yellow!"

Ox (1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021)

Positive: Diligent, stable, and possesses a strong sense of purpose. These people build long-lasting friendships.
He is neat, tidy, quiet and studious, with a great love of his home. Music can be a great love. Family life and a loving partner are high on the Ox’s priorities. A wonderful loyal friend.
Negative: Stubborn and bigoted. Ox people aren’t often flexible,
can show a fierce temper when agitated.

Interesting Ox Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Aquamarine
Special Flower: Carnation
Best Hours: 1-3 am
Season: Winter
Horoscope Colors: Green, Yellow, Black

The Luck of the Ox in 2012

If you are an OX, it's a year to build on past achievements and take advantage of the completion star of prosperity- the number "9" star that has flown into your home direction. Success continues to smile on the Ox bringing auspicious luck as you start the year - but be sure to enhance the fire element energy in the NE and keep this area well-lit.

Follow your instincts but be aware that your inner chi levels might not meet the physical demands of your external ambitions. The unfriendly Star of Yearly Conflict has flown into NE1 hitting you squarely and you face the Star of Yearly Killing directly so be ready for some nasty confrontations that may arise...but always remember we have particular feng shui remedies to help dissolve these bad stars.

As an OX you'll find great personal enjoyment in 2012 and may experience a happiness occasion like a new baby or marriage in the family, which is a very good sign indeed.

Your life force is strong enough to see you safely through the year despite hidden dangers and a turbulent world out there but it's a good idea to take good care of your health...especially you Ox who are a little older. Since your chi or spirit essence is low, we recommend that you wear anything inscribed with mantras or sutras this year.

Your allies are the SNAKE and the ROOSTER...but it's the ROOSTER you will benefit most from - so work closely with the strong and powerful Roosters in your life. Since the SNAKE is hit with the 5-Yellow it's best to keep your distance especially since your own chi essence is low.

For the Ox in May 2012

"The fourth month - May 06 - June 05, 2012 is definitely a month to be very careful as the misfortune star pays a visit making this a frustrating month for you. Avoid embarking on new ventures this month and reschedule important events like weddings and launch openings for a better time. Your luck is on the downswing so go on a holiday or take a break now."

Tiger (1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022)

Positive: Brave, strong, charismatic, and benevolent.
Magnetic, passionate and grand! When the Tiger does anything, it’s noticed! Tigers are risk-takers and true adventurers. Flexible, honest and truly entertaining, one has a friend for life with a Tiger.
Negative: Impetuous and hot-headed. These people aren’t good at taking orders from others.
Indecisiveness and stubbornness can mar the sparkle of the Tiger personality. On the one hand generous, on the other hand a little mean, it’s sometimes hard to know where one stands with the Tiger.

Interesting Tiger Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Sapphire
Special Flower: Violet
Best Hours: 3-5 am
Season: Winter
Horoscope Colors: Green, Blue, Yellow


If you are TIGER born, the Dragon Year lights up your fortunes despite the conflicts ahead. Your presence in this year's Paht Chee chart indicates you will continue to have significant influence on the people you connect with, both personally and professionally.

There's so much good news and potential for you in 2012. Your life force and chi essence improve significantly and you will definitely benefit from this newly strengthened energy... good health is all indulge yourself in some challenging physical activity! Go traveling to parts of the world you have always wanted to explore.

Lots of goodies as success continue for you in 2012. In your astrological home direction you sit on the Golden Deity Star, which is most auspicious and you face the Star of the Earth have both heaven and earth support! What can go wrong for you? Not much with such fabulous cosmic protection!

A word of this Dragon year the Universe brings transformational energy including conflict so just be aware that there may be a few setbacks that cause you to change direction in a project you're involved with. Listen to your inner voice and follow your instincts since your chi essence is so good.

And be sure to learn about the powerful Wood Amulet perfectly suited to the Tiger, which should be worn close to the body to enhance success and ensure you are well protected.

Rabbit (1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023)

Positive: Tactful, intelligent, caring, considerate, and virtuous.
Cuddly, warm and affectionate are the attributes of the Rabbit. Mysterious and a great party-giver and host, the Rabbit enjoys being the centre of attention once in a while. He is also one of the luckiest signs in the Chinese Astrology chart. Rabbit people don’t like conflict.
Negative: Pedantic and secretive. These people can appear a little cold and distant at times.
The Rabbit is occasionally over cautious and can be a bit boring.


If you are a RABBIT you'll be happy to know that 2012 will be nothing like last year when you were afflicted by the 5-Yellow...instead you'll be steady, strong and moving with the flow this year. You can easily rise to new challenges with confidence and a sense of well-being.

Looking at the 24-Mountain Star energy, we find the Rabbit sandwiched between one BIG AUSPICIOUS star and the YEARLY CONFLICT star. Be wary... because with this quarrelsome star so close some serious misunderstandings could develop... but thankfully the BIG AUSPICIOUS is lucky for you and promises potential for growth.

As an RABBIT you'll find great personal enjoyment in 2012 and may experience a happiness occasion like a new baby or marriage in the family, which is a very good sign indeed. And professionally there's no harm in making it known that you're willing to run faster and do more than others at work...this attitude will be of great benefit to you. Be sure to do a thorough spring-cleaning this year as you need to flush out any remainders of stressful and harmful energy that may be lingering from 2011 to allow fresh energy to enter.

Your life force is strong enough to see you safely through the year despite hidden dangers and a turbulent world out there but it's always a good idea to take care of your health. Happily money luck flows your way, and success luck is high. In 2012 the Rabbit's chi essence...your inner spirit is very strong. You should stabilize it by wearing protective seed syllables as a pendant touching your heart chakra

Pairing up with your seasonal partners, the Dragon and the Tiger will bring the Seasonal Luck of Spring! This brings the Rabbit an excellent head star in good fortune this year, and your connection with the Dragon makes the facing direction of EAST very lucky.

Dragon (1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024)

Positive: Successful, proud, lucky, and enthusiastic. Dragons are determined people and able to inspire others.
Assertive, energetic and talented are all words to describe the Dragon personality. They generally enjoy robust health and tend to be very successful in anything they turn their hand to.
Negative: Rigid and easily infatuated. Dragon people don’t like routine. T
he Dragon has a tendency to be condescending and tactless without realizing it.

Interesting Dragon Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Amethyst
Special Flower: Sweet Pea
Best Hours: 7-9 am
Season: Spring
Horoscope Colors: Black, Gold



Yes, it's YOUR year but the winds of feng shui bring possible exhaustion on many levels with the powerfully negative five yellow star in your astrological all Dragons need to strengthen themselves physically, mentally and spiritually in 2012.

Your life force and chi essence are slightly improved over last year, which means your overall luck won't be less than the past year...but things won't really go your way very much either in 2012. Don't be hasty in your decisions and take time to think things through. You'll have to keep yourself motivated when setbacks occur and the key to getting through it all will be perseverance and taking care of the annual afflictions properly and quickly...particularly the nasty five yellow.

If you're a Wood Dragon (48 years old) or an Earth Dragon (24 years old) things are brighter with good money luck but you still need to be sure to update your annual feng shui...and all dragons should strengthen their personal Chi Essence by wearing spiritually enhancing sacred seed syllables made of gold...particularly the HUM pendant.

Your presence in this year's Paht Chee chart along with the Tiger and the Rooster brings the powerful and much-needed protective energies of three of the four Celestial Guardians...and all homes will benefit by inviting the celestial Tortoise as well. And the BIG AUSPICIOUS Star brought by the 24 MOUNTAINS just next to you promises some good luck ahead...possibly in July of 2012.

A word of this Dragon year the Universe brings transformational energy including conflict and one of the most effective ways to stay safe and secure in your world is to make and wear special magical amulets with sacred symbols.

So be sure to learn about the powerful FIRE Amulet perfectly suited to the Dragon, which should be worn close to the body to enhance success and ensure you are well protected. It is drawn as a circle, sometimes signifying the underbelly of the protective tortoise - the celestial guardian that is considered by Tibetans to be the Protector of the Universe.


Snake (1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025)

Intelligent and highly intuitive are two of the Snake’s many fine qualities. He makes an amusing and romantic friend with a definite flirtatious streak. Intuitive, wise, perceptive, and compassionate. The Snake is very lucky with money and is fond of the odd bet or two. He is quick-witted and enjoys reading, music and occasionally the paranormal side of life. Snakes prefer the finer things in life.
Negative: Lazy and extravagant. These people may have a problem with depending on others.
When challenged or criticized he can be a sore loser.

Interesting Snake Facts
Zodiac Stone: Opal
Special Flower: Passionflower
Best Hours:
9-11 am
Season: Spring
Horoscope Colors: Brown Gold, Green


If you are a SNAKE then you'll have to contend with misfortune star the nasty five-yellow just like your astrological housemate the Dragon...but luckily your intrinsic element is YIN FIRE, so this will enhance your aura and personal life force. Still, since Fire energy is missing from this year's chart it's a good idea to invest in bright lights and lots of candles to help balance the energies in your home.

Looking at the 24-Mountain Star energy, we find the SNAKE sitting directly on the Robbery Star so take precautions and safeguard your possessions, your relationships and your position. Remember it is not just physical objects that are often stolen from us!

In addition to having the Five Yellow in your SE home location, the THREE KILLINGS is to your left in the SOUTH. More than ever, the SNAKE needs to wear protective must invoke the protection of your Guardian Deity and bring forth the empowerment of the cosmic realm. You'll find a special amulet just for the SNAKE in our 2012 Fortune and Feng Shui horoscope book which you should keep near you at all times to protect you from the harm and bad intention of others.

Your life force and Chi essence are both significantly downgraded in 2012 so things are not as smooth as the past two years. But the good news is your health essence is looking strong and will see you safely through the year.

Financially all Snakes should avoid any risks - beware of con schemes which are aplenty on the internet and wear GOLD to bring you success luck and strengthen your inner chi. In fact, this is a year to TAKE YOUR TIME before making any decisions and be sure to look carefully before you leap. For wealth luck wear RED, carry a red wallet and borrow from the luck of the Rooster and Ox, your astrological allies this year.

As a SNAKE in 2012 you must be diligent in placing the correct remedies in your home location primarily the 5-element pagoda complete with empowering mantras and embossed with the tree of life to counteract the 5 yellow star. In our 2012 books you'll find so many useful and little known why it is particularly beneficial for you to place a bright red crystal ball in the center of your home or office...and how the Wish Granting Gem Tree brings much-needed renewal chi to the Snake.


Horse (1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026)

Positive: Popular, engaging, refined, and persuasive.
Fun, charming and attractive sums up the Horse’s traits perfectly. They love parties and crowds and being the centre of attention. The Horse is a considerate and protective friend and partner and when in his company, there will always be excitement around the next corner. Horse people are hardworking and independent.
Negative: Selfish and unscrupulous. These individuals may be rebellious and shun the advice of others.
They can also be egotistical, hotheaded and impatient.

Interesting Horse Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Golden Topaz
Special Flower: Rose
Best Hours:
Season: Summer
Horoscope Colors:
Orange, White, Yellow


If you are HORSE born, the Dragon Year brings changes that will open new directions for you...and happily your hidden talents will shine forth bringing your independence and creative spirit into the open. The HORSE blends well with the energies of this Dragon year.

Your ally, the TIGER is in the 2012 Paht Chee be sure to carry your Crest of Allies...this brings tremendous victory luck to you. In fact, pairing up with this ally is excellent feng shui for you causing you to be more diplomatic and less obvious and direct. Nevertheless, you must do all that is necessary to stay safe!

Both your life force and chi essence are substantially reduced this year, which means your overall luck is not as strong as last year...but it doesn't mean defeat! You just have to work harder...and although victory doesn't come easy you are sure-footed and can outrun others so you'll do well in competitive situations.

It's also not the best year to start anything new - things that you are unfamiliar with or that are too risky. Don't go out on any financial limbs or get involved with questionable investments. Timing is everything and the good news for the HORSE is that there are many months when localized energy works in your favour. You can find a description of your luck each month in the 2012 Fortune & Feng Shui Horoscope Books.

Looking to the stars of the 24 mountains you are up against the Three Killing stars, which play havoc with your mental stability so you definitely need the protection of the three celestial creatures - the Chi Lin, Fu Dog and Pi Yao to keep the bad vibes in check.

Every animal sign has a particular amulet, which benefits and protects you...and yes there is one just for the HORSE. In fact, just carrying your own horoscope book near you will benefit you because of the power of this particular amulet. Using incense and aroma to the cosmic protectors is a great help to you and for the HORSE born it is recommended that you clear all bad luck during the months of April, June, August and September (2012). This will also dispel burglary affliction in January 2013.

Your sign benefits from wearing the Wood Amulet and how the symbol of the Ru Yi embedded in a clear crystal ball brings power and attainment luck!

This coming year you are better off being relaxed and taking life easy...don't try to overanalyze things that come up...just keep an open mind. You may feel a little "out of it" in the loud and boisterous Dragon year but never are blessed by the number 1 star...a brilliant white star that will help you through all kinds of difficult situations.

Goat (or Sheep or Ram) (1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027)

Positive: Sensitive, imaginative, and well-mannered. Goats are peace lovers who don’t like disagreements.
Graceful and optimistic, kind and easy going, would describe a Goat personality. They can be charming without revealing their true feelings. The Goat is very talented and imaginative and can turn his hand to most creative pursuits.
Negative: Pessimistic and tardy. These people can let others take advantage of them too easily.
 They can also be petulant and discontented, likely to throw the towel in at the beginning of a problem.

Interesting Goat Facts
Zodiac Stone: Emerald
Special Flower: Larkspur
Best Hours:
1-3 pm
Season: Summer
Horoscope Colors: Green, Blue


If you are a SHEEP, this year brings out your aggressive nature, which may be good for you professionally but could create unhappy adversarial situations with associates and colleagues. You see an improvement in your success luck as projects get completed with few obstacles blocking your way.

However, it's also pretty clear that you'll need to be extra careful about your safety in 2012 when we look at the 24-Mountain Star energy and find that the Sheep is sitting directly on the Yearly Killing Star. This means you must watch your temper and don't let your anger get out of hand especially since the Three Killings Star is right next door.

All these "killing" stars suggest some kind of loss so do place the three celestial guardians - the Pi Yao, Chi Lin and Fu Dog in the South 3 and Southwest 1 locations and wear protective amulets as well. Take special care in the months of August and October.

You may get stressed out and feel like your being pulled in many different directions in 2012 and you'll be forced to choose between alternative courses of action resulting in some tough tradeoffs. It's really a question of keeping your anger in check and being patient...not saying things you will regret...all coming from the number 3 star occupying your home location. You simply must control this star and the best way to do so is to bring fresh new FIRE energy into the SW1 location. Keep this corner brightly lit - no dim corners here please and keep this area clutter-free.

Your life force is strong despite the turbulent world energies; health luck looks pretty good (except for the 33 - year old sheep who must be extra careful) and your WEALTH luck indicates a substantial gain of new wealth coming you way! All in all the Sheep enjoys a stable and successful year...but your chi essence is weak which means you should always wear the powerful protective seed syllables either touching you or on your body...such as a pendant touching your heart chakra or your particular amulet.

You see, there is an amulet customized to each animal sign, with different Sanskrit syllables, symbols and invocations to help subdue afflictions facing your particular sign. It helps to protect property, business and your family and keeps you safe from wandering spirits. The Sheep benefits from wearing the Fire Amulet, which is also shared with other earth signs like the dog, dragon and ox. Because the number 3 star afflicts your direction in 2012, wearing amulets helps to pacify this afflictive energy.

Monkey (1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028)

The Monkey is playful, lively, fun and a quick thinker. Very inquisitive, curious, and witty with leadership qualities. They are ambitious and usually very good with investing money. Monkeys are popular people. With their quick wit and wonderful sense of humor, they are a great party guest. The Monkey’s life will never be dull and predictable!
Negative: Deceitful and self-absorbed.
They get bored very easily and find it hard to settle down to doing any one thing. The Monkey can also be vain and offhand. These individuals can be childish and drawn to mischief.

Interesting Monkey Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Peridot
Special Flower: Gladiola
Best Hours:
3-5 pm
Season: Summer
Horoscope Colors: White, Violet, Green



If you are MONKEY born, you are fully charged this year with plenty of fresh new energy, vigor and vitality giving you a new sense of purpose with the confidence you need to make the year ahead very rewarding for you.

Wow - this year your life force and inner chi essence improve significantly but you will need the presence of water to strengthen your success luck. If possible, enhance the presence of water with the Double Dragon 6 tier water feature placed in the SW3 location or corner of your living room, office or work area...but not in the bedroom even if this is your SW3. A water feature with 6 tiers is also excellent in the SW sector of your garden. Don't miss this important more about why in your fortune and feng shui book for 2012.

In you astrological home direction of SW3 you are sitting directly on the Earth Seal. The good news is that if only one member of the family enjoys the support of the Earth Seal, as you do, your entire household also benefits! Unfortunately the Earth Seal is flanked by two stars of Yearly be careful of your anger and beware of the threat of violence energy, which could overwhelm you. Invoke the protection and help of your particular Guardian Deity to protect you from physical harm.

A word of's true that your life force and chi essence are strong bringing much enthusiasm to help subdue the yearly conflict stars...but be very aware of the number 3 quarrelsome star in your sector. You could become the victim of gossip and you'll need the proper cures in place to take care of negative and hostile energy. Fire energy is what is needed in the SW along with the color red.

In 2012 you are more aggressive, empowered and driven by the energy of your astrological ally, the Dragon, and you're definitely enjoying a better year than the previous one at work. Don't be surprised when your enhanced energy spills happily over to your domestic and love life

Rooster (1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029)

Positive: Enthusiastic, dignified, and resilient.
The Rooster is always popular, extravagant and creative. Roosters are well-organized and good time-keepers. They are wonderfully loyal friends and also give advice freely – whether they are asked for it or not! Family means the world to the Rooster and they are fiercely loyal to those they care about.
Negative: Bossy and pedantic.
They can be brutally honest and generally like being showered with attention. These people are often a little too outspoken and hate being criticized.

Interesting Rooster Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Citrine
Special Flower: Aster
Best Hours:
5-7 pm
Season: Autumn
Horoscope Colors:
Orange, Green


This is the year of your "secret friend" the Dragon...and your close affinity to this sign gives the Rooster a boost in vitality! There is plenty of good luck; success and abundance are coming your way and your personal Chi Strength and Life Force Essence are strong. Added to this is the magical power of "8" which has also flown into your home direction.

The potent "8" star is magnified by the Yi Duo Star brought by the compass stars of the 24 mountains. Activating your west is particularly this with brighter lighting as fire enhances the earth element of 8 and displaying a red crystal ball with sutras in the west will help enhance both the fire and earth energy to benefit you.

Despite sitting directly on the Yi Duo Star which expands your good fortune, be aware that you are flanked by two stars of Yearly Conflict which could bring flare ups of anger and quick try not to get involved in petty conflicts. And the threat of violent energy overwhelming you is very it would be a good idea to invoke the protection of your Guardian Deity and be extra careful during the months of February, April, November 2012 and January 2013. Display the 3 celestial guardians; the Chi Lin, The Fu Dog and the Pi Yao in the west sector of your home to keep the conflict energies subdued.

Be sure to take a good look at the Energy Strength Analysis of the Rooster this year found on page 92 in horoscope book. This reveals the five kinds of luck in your horoscope and charts how the ruling luck elements in your year of birth interact with the ruling elements this year. For example for all Roosters the Life Force shows 000, which is excellent and means your life force is incredibly strong...and you do not have to worry despite the turbulent nature of the world around you. And health luck looks good for all except the 55-year old Rooster who should be careful with a double XX. Chi essence reveals spiritual strength and inner resilience and when strong shows you are resistant to spiritual affliction and can overcome the lack of other luck categories...and this year the Rooster has a 000! Your inner spirit is incredibly strong and stable in 2012.

For most Roosters, this year of the Dragon will be special - you'll enjoy multiple opportunities to expand into new areas...and if you're already doing well commercially and professionally it only gets better! The luck this year manifests in different ways for different Roosters of varying ages so be sure to read Chapter 2 of your Fortune and Feng Shui book this year to learn exactly what's in store for you.

Dog (1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030)

Positive: Intelligent, loyal, fair, and constant.
The Dog is wonderfully hard worker, a perfectionist and someone who loves the small details. Dogs are always willing to listen to others’ problems, one of the most honest and loyal signs of the Chinese zodiac and will always go to bat for a worthy cause. The Dog is a fantastic listener and his advice is usually very intuitive.
Negative: Cynical and tactless. These people don’t always forgive easily, especially those who cross them.
 He is also a bit anti-social, pessimistic and stubborn.

Interesting Dog Facts:
Zodiac Stone: Diamond
Special Flower: Marigold
Best Hours of the day 7-9 pm
Season: Autumn
Horoscope Colors: Silver and Red



If you are DOG born...well things don't look so good. Your sign is in direct conflict with the Dragon, the Zodiac's most powerful sign. And that's not all - you face the Tai Sui directly! Please don't face SE this year and use the proper remedies to appease the Tai Sui.

Additionally, your home direction is afflicted this year as the number 7 star flies to the Northwest which directly affects the luck and prospects of the patriarch in the family but "patriarch" also refers to leaders of countries and companies. So it's important to take the proper measures and be sure to place the anti-burglary remedy in the NW part of your home (both upstairs and downstairs) and your office as well.

Looking at the stars of the 24 mountains, we find you are also afflicted by the Star of Sui Po, which magnifies the influence of the 7 star as well as the problem of the Tai Sui. You must strengthen your chi essence by strengthening your Day of Vitality and Day of Excellence. You also have the Yin House Star on your left on the NW2 location and the Star of Yearly Conflict II in the W3 near the Rooster direction!

But don't worry - it's not all bad. This DRAGON year illuminates your hidden talents and brings out your creative nature and spirit. If you're a Water Dog (30 years old) or a Wood Dog (18 years or 78 years old) there's financial and professional luck in store for you but it will take it's toll in the be prepared. And don't rely too much on your "instinct" as it's not too accurate in 2012.

In this Dragon year the Universe brings both positive and negative transformational energy and cosmic forces are extremely powerful. In 2012 the best way the Dog can make it through and remain strong, healthy, happy and rich is to rely on the powerful cosmic guardians and always wear symbols of victory! Wearing your Crest of Allies this year will attract victory luck like nothing else.

This is also a year when wearing protective powerful mantras and syllables of the body can mean the difference between getting through safely and becoming a victim...and we've included one especially for the Dog in this year's Fortune and Feng Shui books. It's also recommended that you use incense to clear all the bad luck...especially during the months of March, May, June and December and to dispel burglary attempts, which may come in October 2012.

What this all means is you might have to deal with a lot of contentious issues in 2012...but you do have strong Success Luck. And to take advantage of this success luck, you simply must install the cures to neutralize the negative elements, dig in your heels and focus on what you want to achieve. You'll be presently surprised as the reward brings big time recognition from your peers and colleagues.

Pig (1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031)

Positive: Gallant, kind-hearted, and sincere. Pigs rarely lose their temper and always try to avoid arguing.
The Pig is an innocent, sweet and lovable personality. The Pig loves the company of others, and adores parties, gossip and chit chat. They are highly intelligent, but prefer to keep this side of their nature under wraps. The Pig is one of the zodiac signs that is very lucky.
Negative: Materialistic and pig-headed.
They can also be quite melancholy and over-sensitive. These individuals have a problem saying “no” -- to people, and to food!

Interesting Pig Facts
Zodiac Stone: Ruby
Special Flower: Chrysanthemum
Best Hours:
9-11 pm
Season: Autumn
Horoscope Colors: Purple, Red, White



If you are a BOAR, your chi essence and life force are very weak in 2012 and you have some troubling issues to contend with. One way to overcome is to be sure to carry a wealth wallet with the Crest of Friends and Allies to attract victory luck like nothing else can while strengthening your Chi Essence at the same time.

Because of your astrological home location, you're forced this year to deal with the Violent Star 7, and the Boar like your neighbour the Dog, must avoid facing SE as you also confront the God of the Year...the Tai Sui. Be sure to put the appropriate remedies in place to appease the Tai Sui and protect yourself with protective mantras and syllables on the body. The best cure for the 7 Star in the NW for this year 2012 is water energy so a Blue Elephant and a Blue Rhino would be extremely auspicious.

Different animal signs benefit from different kinds of amulets and wearing those that are best for you will help you stay on top of the elements affecting you during the year. For the BOAR, we have included in the annual Fortune and Feng Shui Book a very powerful amulet that will benefit you just by carrying the book close to you!

Looking at the 24-Mountain Star energy, we find the Yin House Star on your right in NW2 and the Star of Facing Three Killings on North 1 near the Rat direction. You are flanked on both sides by conflict stars...making it even more important to enhance your Day of Vitality and Day of Excellence. But the Star of Heavenly Seal, which magnifies Heaven Luck this year and helps to suppress all the negative impacts, also blesses you.

With your Life Force and Chi Essence weakened this year, you must be protected at all times...and make sure that your internal wind channels are protected. Otherwise you may fall ill or under the influence of stronger personalities. In other words you are spiritually vulnerable and you must wear the amulets specifically made for the customized Metal Amulet, which is usually drawn as a circle and incorporates the empowering Dependent Arising mantra. Because the Boar has to cope with the violent 7 Star as well, wearing amulets is one way of pacifying the afflictive energies of 2012 and we've explained all of this for you in our 2012 Fortune and Feng Shui Horoscope for the BOAR.

Generally it's better this year to follow your head and not your heart and don't be influenced by others but rely on your own judgment instead. You can achieve what you desire but you must be able to withstand the negative influences facing you. Believe in yourself and forge ahead with strength and determination...and because your inner essence lacks strength you must reply on your brains instead.

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In China, the New Year is a time of family reunion. Family members gather at each other's homes for visits and shared meals, most significantly a feast on New Year's Eve. In the United States, however, many early Chinese immigrants arrived without their families, and found a sense of community through neighborhood associations instead. Today, many Chinese-American neighborhood associations host banquets and other New Year events.

Chinese New Year ends with the lantern festival on the fifteenth day of the month. Some of the lanterns may be works of art, painted with birds, animals, flowers, zodiac signs, and scenes from legend and history. People hang glowing lanterns in temples, and carry lanterns to an evening parade under the light of the full moon.
In many areas the highlight of the lantern festival is the dragon dance. The dragon—which might stretch a hundred feet long—is typically made of silk, paper, and bamboo. Traditionally the dragon is held aloft by young men who dance as they guide the colorful beast through the streets. In the United States, where the New Year is celebrated with a shortened schedule, the dragon dance always takes place on a weekend. In addition, many Chinese-American communities have added American parade elements such as marching bands and floats.

Remember, whatever the omens portend, for better or worse, "you" are the final master of your own fate.
These ideas are provided for your enjoyment and amusement and are not meant to take the place of your own good sense.
Wishing you and your family a year of health and prosperity! Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Flying Star Chart for the coming year of the Water Dragon along with other recommendations on how to take care of afflicted areas as well as enhance your good luck areas! Areas that are hit with stars like the Five Yellow, Illness Star, Violent 7 Star, and hostile 3 star must be taken care of...and your enhancements to bring much good luck and fortune should also be done for the year. Here is the 2012 chart  for your reference. Print this chart and cut the sections apart and tape up in the direction as required.  

Note: The Chinese Zodiac forecast is intended for general information and entertainment purposes only. Much like the Western Astrology characterization based on the Sun signs, the twelve Chinese Zodiac animals describe broad cycles of influences that are thought to affect people born during certain times of the year. Other factors, such as the finer details of the person's astrological chart, education, cultural and environmental influences, feng shui, unconscious beliefs, conscious intentions, etc., determine any final outcome.

60 Year Cycle of the Chinese New Year Calendar

Unlike western calendars, the Chinese calendar has names that are repeated every 60 years.  Within the 'Stem-Branch' system is shorter 'Celestial' cycle of 12 years denoted by animals.  Furthermore, the Chinese believe that people born in a particular year take on the characteristics of the animal associated with that year. 

Another dimension of the Chinese zodiac is the 5 'Terrestrial' elements of metal, water, wood, fire and earth.

If the year ends in 0 it is Yang Metal.
If the year ends in 1 it is Yin Metal.
If the year ends in 2 it is Yang Water.
If the year ends in 3 it is Yin Water.
If the year ends in 4 it is Yang Wood.
If the year ends in 5 it is Yin Wood.
If the year ends in 6 it is Yang Fire.
If the year ends in 7 it is Yin Fire.
If the year ends in 8 it is Yang Earth.
If the year ends in 9 it is Yin Earth.


Superstitions and Taboos of Chinese New Year

House Cleaning

The entire house should be cleaned before New Year's Day. On New Year's Eve, all brooms, brushes, dusters, dust pans and other cleaning equipment are put away. Sweeping or dusting should not be done on New Year's Day for fear that good fortune will be swept away. After New Year's Day, the floors may be swept. Beginning at the door, the dust and rubbish are swept to the middle of the parlor, then placed in the corners and not taken or thrown out until the fifth day. At no time should the rubbish in the corners be trampled upon. In sweeping, there is a superstition that if you sweep the dirt out over the threshold, you will sweep one of the family away. Also, to sweep the dust and dirt out of your house by the front entrance is to sweep away the good fortune of the family; it must always be swept inwards and then carried out, then no harm will follow. All dirt and rubbish must be taken out the back door.

Personal Appearance and Cleanliness

On New Year's Day, we are not suppose to wash our hair because it would mean we would have washed away good luck for the New Year. Red clothing is preferred during this festive occasion. Red is considered a bright, happy color, sure to bring the wearer a sunny and bright future. It is believed that appearance and attitude during New Year's sets the tone for the rest of the year.

Children and friends, as well as close relatives are given lai see, little red envelopes with Chinese Coins or crisp one dollar bills inserted, for good fortune.
We sell envelopes and coins!

Bringing In the New Year and Expelling the Old

Shooting off firecrackers on New Year's Eve is the Chinese way of sending out the old year and welcoming in the New Year. On the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve, every door in the house, and even windows, have to be open to allow the old year to go out.

New Year Activities Set Precedent

All debts had to paid by this time. Nothing should be lent on this day, as anyone who does so will be lending all the year. Back when tinder and flint were used, no one would lend them on this day or give a light to others.

Everyone should refrain from using foul language and bad or unlucky words. Negative terms and the word "four" (Ssu), which sounds like the word for death, are not to be uttered. Death and dying are never mentioned and ghost stories are totally taboo. References to the past year are also avoided as everything should be turned toward the New Year and a new beginning.

If you cry on New Year's day, you will cry all through the year. Therefore, children are tolerated and are not spanked, even though they are mischievous.

More New Year Superstitions

For those most superstitious, before leaving the house to call on others, the Almanac should be consulted to find the best time to leave the home and the direction which is most auspicious to head out.

The first person one meets and the first words heard are significant as to what the fortunes would be for the entire year. It is a lucky sign to see or hear songbirds or red-colored birds or swallows.

It is considered unlucky to greet anyone in their bedroom so that is why everyone, even the sick, should get dressed and sit in the living room.

Do not use knives or scissors on New Year's Day as this may cut off fortune.

While many Chinese people today may not believe in these do's and don'ts, these traditions and customs are still practiced. These traditions and customs are kept because most families realize that it is these very traditions, whether believed or not, that provide continuity with the past and provide the family with an identity.


by Kathryn Weber

It's important to start the New Year off on a positive, hope-filled note. This can include everything from stocking the refrigerator to clearing out old junk from the closets.

To greet the New Year, set aside a couple of hours to give your house, bedroom, or office a New Year Blitz. Just remember, you are inviting a very special guest to your house: the New Year.
So treat your house the way you would a very important dignitary.
This is a new year of your life, so welcome it in a grand way!

Take the list below in hand and check off the items one by one! Are you ready? Then, let's get ready for a new year! Remember to get everyone in the house in on the act.


1. De-clutter. Grab a laundry basket. Next, set a timer and take it with you from room to room. Set it for five minutes. Now, start throwing out old papers, magazines, empty bottles of shampoo from the bathroom, old clothes you know you'll never wear again! Do it. Got CDs you never listen to? Throw those out or donate them to charity. Have some old coffee mugs that don't match, or odd drinking glasses still hanging around in your cabinets? Pitch 'em. When in doubt, throw it out. Don't forget to look under the bed, too! And toss that lipstick you haven't worn in two years! Remember to clean out the pantry, and toss that half-empty box of Rice Krispies that's gone stale.

2. Sweep or vacuum. Get the old energy out by making the floors clean.

3. Do the laundry. Don't have dirty clothes hanging around. You can throw in a load or two while you declutter. Be sure to fold and put the clean clothes away.

4. Clean the bathroom. Make it sparkle. You don't want a nasty mess to greet the next year of your life!

5. Empty all trashcans. Don't want last years' trash hanging around, do you? Toss, toss, toss.

6. Clean out the refrigerator. Got a half-empty jar of apple butter? Get rid of it. You don't want to go into the New Year with old food or a moldy science project lurking in the fridge.

7. Clear out visual clutter. Too much stuff everywhere? Clear off the counters in the bathrooms and kitchen. Clear off your desk and dust it. Pitch the sticky notes and papers and things taped everywhere! You can do it. Don't forget the refrigerator! Make it a blank slate. Make as much space as possible. You cannot bring in new things if there is no room for it and we want a fantastic year, right? Then make your space "open" for the abundance of the New Year!

8. Yard work. Make sure the yard is picked up and the front door step is swept and clear.

9. Change the sheets and towels. Put clean sheets on all the beds on New Year's Eve and clean towels in the bathroom and kitchen. New sheets are even better.

10. Clean the car. This is what gets you around during the year. Drive through a car wash, take out the trash and do a quick cleaning.

All done? Wow, doesn't that feel good! Now you're ready for the next step.


1. Fill your pantry and kitchen. Stock the refrigerator with food and make sure the pantry is also stocked. It's bad feng shui to have an empty refrigerator and pantry. If you have canisters in the pantry or on the countertops, be sure to fill these.

2. Got citrus? Oranges are excellent symbols for the New Year and the Chinese often celebrate the New Year by rolling oranges (symbols of gold) into the house. Place a big bowl of oranges in the living room or central location in the house next to dishes of nuts or candies to symbolize an abundant, fruitful home.

3. Buy a new plant. Put a beautiful new plant in the East (health & family relationships) sector of your house or office to symbolize a healthy beginning. You can also display some beautiful flowers here to symbolize your good health in the coming year.

4. Welcome good news. Place a golden bell in the NW corner of your home, office, or bedroom to bring good tidings from helpful people. Like old school bells? If so, place one of these in the NW corner of your yard for good news from helpful people.

5. Hang up new calendars. What better way to greet the New Year than by throwing out the old one? Take down all of last year's Calendars.

6. Fill your wallet. You don't want to go into the New Year with an empty wallet. Even ten $1 dollar bills is enough to put a bulge in your purse!

7. Invite a toad to your house. Place an old, broken clay pot upside down next to a water spout so a toad can make its home here. Toads are believed to invite money into the household; they're especially nice by the door. You can also place figurines of toads by the door.

8. Feed the birds. Birds are excellent feng shui and believed to bring good news. Fill your feeders or put out a feeder for the New Year.

9. Have fun and celebrate. Fun is good feng shui. A happy vibrant home or space is a good space. And a home or office with good feng shui is easy to spot: it's the one where everyone goes and doesn't want to leave! Make your space that kind of place!

(c) Kathryn Weber, reprinted, with permission, from the Red Lotus Letter. Kathryn Weber is a certified feng shui master practitioner in traditional Chinese feng shui and is the publisher of The Red Lotus Letter, the Web's largest weekly feng shui e-zine. 


Year Sign
1901 Metal Ox
1902 Water Tiger
1903 Water Rabbit
1904 Wood Dragon
1905 Wood Snake
1906 Fire Horse
1907 Fire Goat
1908 Earth Monkey
1909 Earth Rooster
1910 Metal Dog
1911 Metal Pig
1912 Water Rat
1913 Water Ox
1914 Wood Tiger
1915 Wood Rabbit
1916 Fire Dragon
1917 Fire Snake
1918 Earth Horse
1919 Earth Goat
1920 Metal Monkey
1921 Metal Rooster
1922 Water Dog
1923 Water Pig
1924 Wood Rat
1925 Wood Ox
Year Sign
1926 Fire Tiger
1927 Fire Rabbit
1928 Earth Dragon
1929 Earth Snake
1930 Metal Horse
1931 Metal Goat
1932 Water Monkey
1933 Water Rooster
1934 Wood Dog
1935 Wood Pig
1936 Fire Rat
1937 Fire Ox
1938 Earth Tiger
1939 Earth Rabbit
1940 Metal Dragon
1941 Metal Snake
1942 Water Horse
1943 Water Goat
1944 Wood Monkey
1945 Wood Rooster
1946 Fire Dog
1947 Fire Pig
1948 Earth Rat
1949 Earth Ox
1950 Metal Tiger
Year Sign
1951 Metal Rabbit
1952 Water Dragon
1953 Water Snake
1954 Wood Horse
1955 Wood Goat
1956 Fire Monkey
1957 Fire Rooster
1958 Earth Dog
1959 Earth Pig
1960 Metal Rat
1961 Metal Ox
1962 Water Tiger
1963 Water Rabbit
1964 Wood Dragon
1965 Wood Snake
1966 Fire Horse
1967 Fire Goat
1968 Earth Monkey
1969 Earth Rooster
1970 Metal Dog
1971 Metal Pig
1972 Water Rat
1973 Water Ox
1974 Wood Tiger
1975 Wood Rabbit
Year Sign
1976 Fire Dragon
1977 Fire Snake
1978 Earth Horse
1979 Earth Goat
1980 Metal Monkey
1981 Metal Rooster
1982 Water Dog
1983 Water Pig
1984 Wood Rat
1985 Wood Ox
1986 Fire Tiger
1987 Fire Rabbit
1988 Earth Dragon
1989 Earth Snake
1990 Metal Horse
1991 Metal Goat
1992 Water Monkey
1993 Water Rooster
1994 Wood Dog
1995 Wood Pig
1996 Fire Rat
1997 Fire Ox
1998 Earth Tiger
1999 Earth Rabbit
2000 Metal Dragon
Year Sign
2001 Metal Snake
2002 Water Horse
2003 Water Goat
2004 Wood Monkey
2005 Wood Rooster
2006 Fire Dog
2007 Fire Pig
2008 Earth Rat
2009 Earth Ox
2010 Metal Tiger
2011 Metal Rabbit
2012 Water Dragon
2013 Water Snake
2014 Wood Horse
2015 Wood Goat
2016 Fire Monkey
2017 Fire Rooster
2018 Earth Dog
2019 Earth Pig
2020 Metal Rat
2021 Metal Ox
2022 Water Tiger
2023 Water Rabbit
2024 Wood Dragon
2025 Wood Snake
Year Sign
2026 Fire Horse
2027 Fire Goat
2028 Earth Monkey
2029 Earth Rooster
2030 Metal Dog
2031 Metal Pig
2032 Water Rat
2033 Water Ox
2034 Wood Tiger
2035 Wood Rabbit
2036 Fire Dragon
2037 Fire Snake
2038 Earth Horse
2039 Earth Goat
2040 Metal Monkey
2041 Metal Rooster
2042 Water Dog
2043 Water Pig
2044 Wood Rat
2045 Wood Ox
2046 Fire Tiger
2047 Fire Rabbit
2048 Earth Dragon
2049 Earth Snake
2050 Metal Horse
Year Sign
2051 Metal Goat
2052 Water Monkey
2053 Water Rooster
2054 Wood Dog
2055 Wood Pig
2056 Fire Rat
2057 Fire Ox
2058 Earth Tiger
2059 Earth Rabbit
2060 Metal Dragon
2061 Metal Snake
2062 Water Horse
2063 Water Goat
2064 Wood Monkey
2065 Wood Rooster
2066 Fire Dog
2067 Fire Pig
2068 Earth Rat
2069 Earth Ox
2070 Metal Tiger
2071 Metal Rabbit
2072 Water Dragon
2073 Water Snake
2074 Wood Horse
2075 Wood Goat
Year Sign
2076 Fire Monkey
2077 Fire Rooster
2078 Earth Dog
2079 Earth Pig
2080 Metal Rat
2081 Metal Ox
2082 Water Tiger
2083 Water Rabbit
2084 Wood Dragon
2085 Wood Snake
2086 Fire Horse
2087 Fire Goat
2088 Earth Monkey
2089 Earth Rooster
2090 Metal Dog
2091 Metal Pig
2092 Water Rat
2093 Water Ox
2094 Wood Tiger
2095 Wood Rabbit
2096 Fire Dragon
2097 Fire Snake
2098 Earth Horse
2099 Earth Goat
2100 Metal Monkey


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