The Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - ROOSTER

ROOSTER

Years:

1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005.

Hour:

5pm to 7pm (17:00 to 18:59)

Lucky for:

* clearing the air and getting things off your chest

* socializing and reunions

* hobbies

* re-inventing yourself (eg getting a new hair cut or style)

Keywords:

leadership, new opportunities, achievements, over-confident, competitive, extrovert, friendliness, flamboyant, proud, colourful, courageous, punctual, passionate, industrious, resilient, protective.

Negative:

rude, boastful, conceited, domineering, bossy, aggressive.

Loves:

Oxen and Snakes

Dislikes:

Rabbits

Those born under the sign of the Rooster are natural leaders, and are always alert to new opportunities to their advantage. Most often they are the first to see any hiccups on the horizon and do their best to amend or avoid them.

Others may view the Rooster as over-confident, cock-sure and quite the vocal braggart … and this they are!

The Rooster is sometimes abrasive and over-competitive which can put them at odds with others very quickly.

The Rooster is determined to achieve its goals, regardless of any unforseen obstacles.

Roosters work diligently as both employers and employees, always with their own gain in mind.

The Rooster has a tendency towards extravagance and like to ‘strut their stuff’ to all and sundry. The Rooster shines at social occasion and likes to dress and behave according to their nature - which is as the extrovert. The Rooster is a natural show-off.

Relationships:

The Rooster is a great match for the easy-going Pig. The Rooster with another Rooster will initially tussle for dominance, but once established, the home environment settles to one of harmony. Roosters and Dog are not an auspicious match, and a relationship with a Rabbit won’t last the distance.

Joanne

CHINESE ASTROLOGY – The Basics

http://chinesezodiacanimalsigns.blogspot.com/

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