yr. / mo. / hr. … of the DOG


DOG     
(Bo  –  Peel)

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BIRTH YEARS OF THE DOG:         

(To view other birth years of the DOG, please click here – and see column eleven)

. . . , 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, . . . 

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BIRTH HOURS OF THE DOG:        7:00pm-8:59pm   (19:00-20:59)

BIRTH MONTHS OF THE DOG:      Ninth   (08 October – 07 November)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Dog is the closest friend of human beings. Dog helps human beings to hunt, investigate, and guard. Dog is a symbol of bravery, caution, honesty, and loyalty. Dog is the eleventh animal symbol in the 12 Chinese Animals System. We use Xu to represent the Dog symbol in the 12 Earthly Branches. Xu is a symbol for the 19:00-20:59 time of day, and for the ninth month of the Chinese Lunar-Solar calendar (which is approximately October 8 through November 7 in the Gregorian Solar calendar). Xu represents the supper time of day, and the third autumn month when nature is ready for the winter season. It is a time or a place where Yang energy (life energy) is in further decline and close to its end of the life cycle. We use the tidal hexagram Bo to symbolize Dog.

Having a Dog animal symbol in your Chinese birth chart suggest you are intuitive, smart, artistic, cautious, social, honest, and loyal, and can sometimes be uneasy, evasive, or stubborn. You have a truthful and creative nature, which will help you to achieve your goals. You have a tendency to be overconfident in your own judgment, and sometimes you may not want to listen to other people. It will be helpful when completing your tasks if you can consider other people’s opinions before you take a new step in your life.

You would do well to choose a job that requires artistic effort, such as a musician, painter, calligrapher, art designer, film maker, doctor, or healer. When you work directly with people, you would be wise to continually cultivate your gentleness; otherwise, you may come across as being headstrong. The most important thing for you to remember if you are going to have a relationship is to ask for a second opinion from a trusted friend.

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If Dog is your yearly animal symbol, you have great talent and will probably have a pretty stable life. You are likely to achieve your goals before you are 35 years old. You will need to work doubly hard to make a successful project after you are 35 years old.

If Dog is your monthly animal symbol, you have a strong, tough personality, which might cause some trouble in your life. However, you will have a great, successful life if you can cultivate your gentleness and virtue.

If Dog is your hourly animal symbol, you are handsome, beautiful, and talented, and you have a joyful life. You might experience the sorrow of losing your family in the late stage of your life. Make sure to take good care of yourself and have nice vacations when you are 14, 26, 29, and 36 years old. Be very careful when you are 75 years old because you might have a major health problem at this time.

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PERSONALITY

You are intuitive, smart, artistic, cautious, social, honest, and loyal, and can sometimes be uneasy, evasive, or stubborn. Your truthful and creative nature will help you to complete your tasks and achieve your greatest goals in life.

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RELATIONSHIPS

A Tiger, Rabbit, or Horse 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 careful around a Rooster person because it is easy to have some conflicts between you two, even though both of you may sometimes feel as close as siblings. Try to make peace with a Dragon 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

Root vegetables, black beans, fermented foods, pungent and bitter spices, and fish 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. 163–167).

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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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