yr. / mo. / hr. … of the GOAT

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GOAT     (Dun – Retreat)

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BIRTH YEARS OF THE GOAT:

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

. . . , 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, . . .

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BIRTH HOURS OF THE GOAT:        1:00pm-2:59pm   (13:00-14:59)

BIRTH MONTHS OF THE GOAT:      Sixth   (07 July – 08 August)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Goats give you gentle and peaceful feelings when they chew grass with a slow, grinding motion. Yet they move with great speed and agility when navigating their way through rough, rocky, mountainous areas. They have strong horns and are always ready to defeat their enemies. Goat is the eighth symbol in the 12 Chinese Animals System. We use Wei to represent the Goat symbol in the 12 Earthly Branches. Wei is a symbol for the 13:00-14:59 time of day, and for the sixth month in the Chinese Lunar-Solar calendar (which is approximately July 7 to August 8 in the Gregorian Solar calendar). Wei represents the napping time of day and the third summer month when nature is in its ripest season. It is a time or a place where Yang energy (life energy) is in further decline and when the life cycle becomes more mellow. We use the tidal hexagram Dun to symbolize Goat.

Having Goat animal symbol in your Chinese birth chart suggests you are endurable, tender, courteous, gracious, and charming, and can sometimes be sorrowful, imaginary, or stubborn. You have an affectionate, vital, and peaceful nature, which will help you to achieve your goals. You have a tendency to over-trust your own opinion, and sometimes you might not want to listen to other people. It will be helpful when completing your tasks if you can listen to others and think things over before you take a new step in your life.

You would do well to choose a job that requires constant effort, such as an engineer, accountant, realtor, educator, writer, or doctor, or being self-employed. When you work directly with people, you would be wise to continually cultivate your flexibility; otherwise, you may come across as being stubborn. The most important thing for you to remember if you are going to have a relationship is to let it be.

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If Goat is your yearly animal symbol, you will likely have wobbly life. You have a tendency to move around here and there, pursuing different opportunities for your future. However, you are able to achieve your goals and be successful in business once you commit yourself to something you really like to do.

If Goat is your monthly animal symbol, you have a great artistic potential and are very elegant. You have a glorious life in general.

If Goat is your hourly animal symbol, you have a more challenging life. You might suffer the sorrow of losing connection with your family, or have a difficult partner relationship. You can make a good amount of money when you are young. You have destabilizing and shocking experiences during your middle age, and you will have a pretty good retirement. Make sure to take care of yourself and have nice vacations when you are 19, 29, and 56 years old. Be very careful when you are 73 years old because you might have a major health problem at this time.

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PERSONALITY

You are enduring, tender, courteous, gracious, and charming, and can sometimes be sorrowful, imaginary, or stubborn. You are steady, like mountains on the earth. Your endurance and gentle character will help you to complete your tasks and achieve your greatest goals in life.

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RELATIONSHIPS

A Pig, Rabbit, or Horse 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 careful around a Rat person because it is easy to have some conflicts between you two, even though the two of you may sometimes feel as close as siblings. Try to make peace with an Ox 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, soybeans, black beans, fermented goods, 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. 127–131).

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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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