Dragon (1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000)
Keywords: Active, Determined, Confident, Enterprising, Versatile, Scrupulous and Lucky..
They are usually very healthy and energetic. However, their nature pushes them to be short tempered and stubborn from time to time. They are also honest, sensitive, brave and they inspire confidence and trust. They are the most eccentric of the chinese signs. They refuse to borrow money and to make flowery speeches, but they tend to be soft hearted which sometimes gives others an advantage over them.
The Dragon is the most celebrated sign of the Chinese Zodiac. They are powerful and very lucky, warm-hearted and full of blazing energy.
Dragons are intelligent beings born with endless charisma, which ensures they influence the actions of those around them and often makes them the center of attention—a place they enjoy being. Dragons are known for giving good advice. Just as they are lucky with money, so too are they lucky in love.
Dragons have a talent for managing projects from there inception to there end with great success. Although their egos may be a bit inflated, they do make good leaders. While Dragons may acquire great wealth, it is power they truly want. Dragons are usually gracious winners and, conversely, very poor losers.
Being a leader is the natural role of the Dragon. Those who learn to be flexible, compassionate and tolerant may become great leaders.
Famous DRAGONS Include:
Jeffrey Archer, Michael Barrymore, Count Basie, Julie Christie, James Coburn, Bing Crosby, Neil Diamond, Matt Dillon, Placido Domingo, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Marlene Dietrich, Tom Jones, John Lennon, Nick Nolte, Al Pacino, Elaine Paige, Gregory Peck, Cliff Richard, Martin Sheen, Ringo Starr, Shirley Temple.
Ideal Jobs Include:
Managing director, Salesperson, Advertising executive, Barrister, Film producer, Prime minister or President, Photojournalist, Architect, Astronaut, Artist, Film star, War correspondent.
3, 4, 5, 6, 15, 21, 34, 35, 36 and 45.
Equivalent Western Sign: Aries
Chinese Zodiac Compatibility - Dragon
People born in the year of the dragon will have the most tacit understanding with people born in the year of the monkey. A "dragon" and a "mouse" can also form a reliable alliance, for the cunning mouse and strong dragon can achieve a great cause together. A "dragon" can have a happy marriage with a "snake," for the snake with his/her wisdom will prevent the dragon from acting wildly in defiance of the law or public opinion.
People born in the year of the tiger, rooster, horse, sheep, rabbit and pig will try their best to keep company with him for they like his graceful bearing and strength. People born in the year of the dragon can also get along well with others born in the same animal year. However, the relationship between the "dragon" and an "ox" will be tense for they are both quite dignified. The "dog" may give him a headache because he would feel too closely guarded by the "dog," and the "dog" would also be deterred by his power.
Dragon and RAT
Excellent match. Very good for marriage or partnerships. Will work for success, happiness and prosperity together.
Dragon and OX
Have underlying respect for one another. No large conflicts or struggle for dominance. Workable relationship. Will cooperate for mutual aims.
Dragon and TIGER
Some clashes of wills and lack of understanding, but will be able to resolve their differences. Moderate success in store.
Dragon and RABBIT
Have some common grounds of interests. Will be able to relate or tolerate each other to some extent only.
Dragon and DRAGON
No major conflicts. Congenial and good relationship. Compatible to a reasonable extent. Will have teamwork.
Dragon and SNAKE
Will cooperate and will understand each other. Successful and compatible relations in love and business. Mutual happiness.
Dragon and HORSE
Moderate ties. Have respect for each other. Some struggles for dominance. Will communicate to resolve their grievances.
Dragon and SHEEP
Acceptable but cool relationships in love and business. Moderately sympathetic to each other, with some similar interests.
Dragon and MONKEY
Excellent combination for marriage or partnership. Deep affinity and mutual understanding for one another. Mutual success and happiness.
Dragon and ROOSTER
Successful and very compatible match. Will find happiness and prosperity together. Will establish deep and lasting bonds in their relations.
Dragon and DOG
Animosities and strong conflicts. Cannot trust or comprehend one another. Unable to resolve their differences. Highly incompatible.
Dragon and BOAR
Cordial and workable relations. No large differences or serious struggles for dominance. Can and will cooperate for common goals.
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