Self-Discovery through Chinese Astrology Part II

Horse years are from:

Jan. 24, 1906-Feb. 12, 1907
Feb. 11, 1918-Jan. 31, 1919
Jan. 30, 1942-Feb. 4, 1943
Feb. 3, 1954-Jan. 23, 1955
Jan. 23, 1966-Feb. 8, 1967
Feb. 7, 1978-Jan. 27, 1979

HORSES ARE: eloquent, skillful, self-possessed, productive, enthusiastic, amusing, warm-hearted, talented, quick, athletic, entertaining, industrious, strong-minded, charming, independent, curious, frank, and hard-working.

BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE: defiant, moody, condescending, unscrupulous, selfish, weak, hotheaded, ruthless, tactless, impatient, predatory, unfeeling, and very obtuse.

Their birthstone is the topaz, lucky number is 8, and their motto is “I Control”.

Some famous Horses are: James Whistler (Whistler’s Mother)Edgar Degas, Jack Benny, Nikita Krushchev, Walter Breennan, Martha Graham, Kathleen Turner, John Travolta, Dennis Quaid, Patrick Swayze, Kevin Costner, Carrie Nation, Thomas Edison, Henny Youngman, Josephine Baker, Janet Jackson, Rita Hayworth, Pearl Bailey, Jack Paar, Ella Fitzgerald, Art Carney, Joanne Woodward, Clint Eastwood, George Steinbrenner, Neil Armstron, Robert Duvall, Sean Connery, Gene Hackman, Steve McQueen, Robert Wagner, James Earl Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Linda Evans, Paul Simon, Jim Croce, Janis Joplin, Martin Scorsese, Barbra Streisand, Harrison Ford, and Nick Nolte.

Goat years are:

Feb. 13, 1907-Feb. 1, 1908
Feb. 1, 1919-Feb. 19, 1920
Feb. 17, 1931-Feb. 5, 1932
Feb. 5, 1943-Jan. 24, 1944
Jan. 24, 1955-Feb. 11, 1956
Feb. 9, 1967-Jan. 29, 1968
Jan. 28, 1979-Feb. 15, 1980

GOATS ARE: elegant, creative, intelligent, well-mannered, sweet-natured, empathetic, intuitive, self-effacing darlings, tasteful, inventive, persevering, lovable and delicate, and peace-loving.

BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE : fussbudgets, pessimistic, dissatisfied, self-pitying, parasitic, vengeful, lazy, contentious, violent, undisciplined, dependent, irresponsible, unpunctual, careless, bigoted, and a nasty little piece of work.

Their birthstone is the sapphire, lucky number is 12, and their motto is “I Depend”.

Some famous Goats are: Jane Austen, George Burns, Arthur Murray, Bud Abbot (Abbot and Costello), Busby Berkeley, Rudolph Valentino, Buster Keaton, Groucho Marx, Babe Ruth, Maria Shriver, Debra Winger, Bo Derek, Bruce Willis, John Wayne, Laurence Olivier, Keifer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Billy the Kid, Malcolm Forbes (Forbes magazine), Zsa Zsa Gabor, Pete Seeger, James Deean, Anne Bancroft, Barbara Walters, Leonard Nimoy, Dan Rather, Rita Moreno, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, Sally Jesse Raphael, Robert DeNiro, and Chevy Chase.

Monkey years are from:

Feb. 2, 1908-Jan. 22, 1909
Feb. 20, 1920-Feb. 8, 1921
Feb. 6, 1932-Jan. 26. 1933
Jan. 25, 1944-Feb. 13, 1945
Feb. 12, 1956-Jan. 31, 1957
Jan. 29, 1968-Feb. 16, 1969
Feb. 16, 1980-Feb. 4, 1981

MONKEYS CAN BE: reasonable, generous entertainers, witty, inventive, problem-solversd, skillful business people, youthful, fascinating, nimble, and clever.

BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE: tricky, vain, long-winded, not very trustworthy, unfaithful, opportunistic, hyperemotional, immature, insecure, indifferent, and petty.

Their birthstone is tiger-eye, their lucky number is 10, and their motto is “I Entertain.”

Some famous Monkeys are: Eleanor Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Angela Davis, Brenda Lee, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Diana Ross, Tom Selleck, Danny DeVito, George Lucas, Julio Iglesias, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Carrie Fisher, Princess Caroline of Monaco, Geena Davis, Tom Hanks, Beete Davis, James (Jimmy) Stewart, Rex Harrison, Eddie Albert, Milton Berle, Annie Oakley, Pope John Paul II, Howard Cosell, Ravi Shankar, Mickey Rooney, Tony Randall, Walter Matthau, Macauley Culkin, Elizabeth Taylor, Debbie Reynolds, Little Richard, Ted Kennedy, and Peter O’ Toole.

Rooster years are:

Jan. 22, 1909-Feb. 9, 1910
Feb. 8, 1921-Feb. 27, 1922
Jan. 26, 1933-Feb. 13, 1934
Feb. 13, 1945-Feb. 1, 1946
Jan. 31, 1957-Feb. 17, 1958
Feb. 17, 1969-Feb. 5, 1970
Feb. 3, 1981-Jan. 24, 1982

WHEN THINGS ARE CLUCKING ALONG IN THE BARNYARD, THE ROOSTER WILL BE: brave and forthright, loyal, hard-working, resilient, tenacious, prompt, astute, adventurous, charming, generous, and very witty.

BUT IF THEY CAN’T BE COCK OF THE WALK, THEY’RE:: cranky, brazen, pompous and pretentious, cynical, nit-pickers, overzealous, and mercurial.

Their birthstone is topaz, their lucky number is 6, and their motto is “I Know Better”.

Some famous Roosters are: Bette Midler, Henry Winkler Michael Douglas, Priscilla Presley, Rob Reiner, Carly Simon, Goldie Hawn, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Diane Keaton, Dolly Parton, Melanie Griffith, Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, Willie Nelson, Carol Burnett, Flip Wilson, Michael Caine, Quincy Jones, and Joan Collins.

Dog years are from:

Feb. 10, 1910-Jan. 29, 1911
Jan. 28, 1922-Feb. 15, 1923
Feb. 14, 1934-Feb. 3, 1935
Feb. 2, 1946-Jan. 22, 1947
Feb. 18, 1958-Feb. 7, 1959
Feb. 6, 1970-Jan. 26, 1971
Jan. 25, 1982-Feb. 12, 1983

DOGS CAN BE: attentive, well-meaning, helpful, warm-hearted, devoted, faithful, modest, prosperous, discreet, dutiful, respectable, intelligent, and philosophical.

BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE: nasty, mean-spirited, disagreeable, bad-tempered and self-righteous, guarded, defensive, critical and cynical, stubborn, moralizing, quarrelsome, accusing, and impossible to live with.

Their birthstone is the ruby, their lucky number is 9, and their motto is “I Worry”.

Some famous Dogs are: Winston Churchill, Harry Houdini, Sophia Loren, Ralphn Nader, Brigitte Bardot, Shirley MacClaine, Elvis Presley, Donald Sutherland, Carl Reiner, Sid Caesar, Judy Garland, Shirley Jones, Sally Field, Liza Minnelli, Patty Duke, Donovan, Donald Trump, Cher, Connie Chung, Oliver Stone, Susan Saradon, Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jackson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Bacon, Mother Theresa, and Andre Agassi.

Pig years are:

Jan. 30, 1911-Feb. 14, 1912
Feb. 16, 1923-Feb. 4, 1924
Feb. 4, 1935-Jan. 23, 1936
Jan. 22, 1947-Feb. 9, 1948
Feb. 8, 1959-Jan. 27, 1960
Jan. 27, 1971-Feb. 14, 1972
Feb. 13, 1983-Feb. 1, 1984

WHEN WALLOWING CONTENTEDLY IN THE MUD, PIGS ARE: sensible, sweetly naive, talented, open-handed and candid, loving, sincere, impartial, and loving.

BUT WHEN PIGGY CRIES “WEE WEE WEE” ALL THE WAY HOME, THEY’RE: insecure, gullible, easy prey, naive, defenseless, hot-tempered, pessimistic, earthy, snobbish, know-it-all, stingy, and sometimes mad at the world.

Their birthstone is the moonstone, their lucky number is 5, and their motto is “I Preserve”.

Some famous Pigs are: Johnny Mathis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Woody Allen, Julie Andrews, Dudley Moore, Sonny Bono, Diahann Carroll, Jerry Orbach, Andrew Jackson, Boris Karloff, Billy Crystal, Steven Spielberg, Carlos Santana, Karim Abdul Jabar, Pat Sajak, Glenn Close, Arnold Schwargnegger, Suzanne Somers, Al Capone, Fred Astaire, Ernest Hemingway, James Cagney, Alfred Hitchcock, Humphrey Bogart, Ronald Reagan, Lucille Ball, Ginger Rogers, and Peter Lawford.

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