yr. / mo. / hr. … of the ROOSTER

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ROOSTER     (Guan – Observe)

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BIRTH YEARS OF THE ROOSTER:   

(To view other birth years of the ROOSTER, please click here – see column ten)

 . . . , 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, . . . 

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BIRTH HOURS OF THE ROOSTER:        5:00pm-6:59pm   (17:00-18:59)

BIRTH MONTHS OF THE ROOSTER:      Eighth   (08 September – 08 October)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The Rooster has beautiful feathers, strong claws, and an elegant crown. Roosters give you a classy and calm feeling when they are quiet. But, once they get into a fight, they are brave and powerful. They crow every morning at the same time. In the Chinese tradition, Rooster is a symbol for faith, attractiveness, power, affection, and nobility. It is the tenth animal symbol in the 12 Chinese Animals System. We use You to represent the Snake symbol in the 12 Earthly Branches. You is a symbol for the 17:00-18:59 time of day, and for the eighth month of the Chinese Lunar-Solar calendar (which is approximately September 8 through October 8 in the Gregorian Solar calendar). You represents the sunset time of day and the harvest month of the year. It is a time or a place where Yang energy (life energy) is declining, moving into its retired stage in a life cycle. We use the tidal hexagram Guan to symbolize Rooster.

Having Rooster animal symbol in your Chinese birth chart suggests you are stylish, intelligent, influential, and faithful, and have a sense of humor; you can sometimes be arrogant, or proud. You have great intuition, which will help you to foresee your future direction clearly. You are good at making a schedule. Your natural prescient ability will allow you to complete your tasks perfectly.

People love your influential and intuitive nature. You will do well to choose a managerial job, such as a manger, organizer, inventor, developer, advisor, or lecturer. When you work directly with people, please remember to slow down your speech because people might feel that it is difficult to keep up with you. The important thing for you to keep in mind if you are in a relationship is to learn how to communicate with your partner gently.

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If Rooster is your yearly animal symbol (click here to see), you will likely have a lovely life. Your intelligence and responsibility will make your business successful. You should cultivate your flexibility and softness which will help make your life easier, with less conflict.

If Rooster is your monthly animal symbol (click here to see), you have great humanity, wisdom, and justice. You have great artistic and literary potential. You will have a great life.

If Rooster is your hourly animal symbol (click here to see), you have a big heart to help others. You have a wobbly life when you are young. You will feel more comfortable about your life after 50 and you will enjoy retirement life. Make sure to take good care of yourself when you are 22, 28, 39, 46, and 77 [years old]. During these years, it is possible you may get into some trouble.

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PERSONALITY

You are stylish, intelligent, faithful, and have a sense of humor; you can sometimes be arrogant, or proud. Your great intuition and natural prescient ability will allow you to complete your tasks perfectly, often with an intriguing element of surprise! Cultivating your flexibility will help you to work through difficult times with ease and achieve your greatest goals in life.

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RELATIONSHIPS

A Snake, Ox, or Dragon person may be your soulmate, or at least can be your very close friend. A Monkey person will make a great business partner for you. Be aware of a Dog person: while it is easy to attract each other, there are some conflicts between you two. Try to make peace with a Rabbit person – sometimes, you may get into fights for no real reason. You will have simple relationship with the other animal symbol people.

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FOODS

Green vegetables, fermented goods, oatmeal, pungent spices (like garlic and onion), fish, black beans, chrysanthemum tea, and nuts are good for you.

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Courtesy of Master Zhongxian Wu, as passages were extracted from his novel entitled
The 12 Chinese Animals. APA citation as follows:

Wu, Zhongxian. (2010). The 12 Chinese animals: Create harmony in your daily life
               through ancient Chinese wisdom. London, UK: Singing Dragon Publishers.                        (pp. 151–155).

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To purchase YOUR VERY OWN COPY of Zhongxian Wu’s The 12 Chinese Animals (@ prices as low as $7.50 USD), please click on the link(s) below:

12 Chinese Animals

Zhongxian Wu  –  The 12 Chinese Animals: Create Harmony in your Daily Life through Ancient Chinese Wisdom

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