yr. / mo. / hr. … of the HORSE

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HORSE     (Gou – Copulate)

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BIRTH YEARS OF THE HORSE:     

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

 . . . , 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, . . .  

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BIRTH HOURS OF THE HORSE:        11:00am-12:59pm   (11:00-12:59)

BIRTH MONTHS OF THE HORSE:      Fifth   (06 June – 07 July)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The Horse has great endurance and power, yet it is very gentle. Horses give you a serene and friendly feeling when they are quiet. Once they are running, however, they are incredibly fast and powerful. In the Chinese tradition, Horse is a symbol for leadership, power, fashion, success, and passion. It is the seventh animal symbol in the 12 Chinese Animals System. We use Wu to represent the Horse symbol in the 12 Earthly Branches. Wu is a symbol for the 11:00-12:59 time of day, and for the fifth month in the Chinese Lunar-Solar calendar (which is approximately June 6 through July 7 in the Gregorian Solar calendar). Wu represents noon during the day and the summer fruiting season of the year. It is a time or a place where Yang energy (life energy) is just starting to decline after its strongest stage in a life cycle. We use the tidal hexagram Gou to symbolize Horse.

Having a Horse animal symbol in your Chinese birth chart suggests you are enduring, powerful, friendly, lively, and passionate, and can sometimes be agitated, irritable, or arrogant. You have great openness and enthusiasm, which will help you to achieve your goals. It is easy for you to get excited about new projects. Your enduring nature will allow you to continue your tasks to completion.

People love your openness and camaraderie. You would do well to choose physically arduous work, such as a landscaper, construction worker, surgeon, long-distance truck driver, pilot, or certain government official. When you work directly with people, the only thing you need to remember is to continue sharing your friendly nature with them. The important thing for you to keep in mind if you are in a relationship is to learn to communicate with your partner, heart to heart.

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If Horse is your yearly animal symbol, you will likely have an exciting life. Your business will be successful when you are young. You will be great if you endure, and never give up when difficulties arise in your life.

If Horse is your monthly animal symbol, you have great humanity and a successful life. You can easily get support from others when you need it. Throughout your entire life, you do not have any trouble with money. You may come into huge amounts of unexpected money.

If Horse is your hourly animal symbol, you have a harmonious life. You have a rich life, with much less struggle than your parents had. Make sure to take good care of yourself when you are 13, 32, 36, 49, and 78. During these years, it is possible that you may feel sick or be involved in a bad accident. A vegetarian diet, meditation, praying, and helping others without asking for rewards will help you to pass through these years.

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PERSONALITY

You are enduring, powerful, friendly, lively, and passionate, and can sometimes be agitated, irritable, or arrogant. Your great openness and enthusiasm will help you easily work through difficult times and achieve your greatest goals in life. Please do not forget your natural enduring quality: it will help you to move forward when you are in difficult situations.

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RELATIONSHIPS

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

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FOODS

Green vegetables, bitter flavor foods, lamb, 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. 115–119).

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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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