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Chinese New Year 2014 and Year of the Horse

Chinese New Year 2014 and Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse Chinese Astrology 2014 by කේදාර KhE 龙

January 31, 2014 Begins The Chinese Year of The Horse! Photo by කේදාර KhE 龙

January 31, 2014 Begins The Chinese Year of The Horse!  The twelve specific animals that do make up the Chinese Zodiac are divided up into different elements. Each one of these specific animals does have varying types of characteristics that are all their own. This year in 2014, there is a Wooden Horse, that does have traits that are slightly weaker than those belonging to other horses. However, it is very clear thinking, and does have power to replace the old with the new. This new-spirited horse is truly volatile and has its own dynamic yang energy. Nonetheless, all horses are viewed as being fortunate, and each do bring lots of good luck during the Year of the Horse.

Year of the Horse and Its Characteristics

Horses are truly wonderful animals for a lot of reasons and not just during the year of the horse. Not only do they represent freedom, they also define it. They are also very graceful, generous, and very noble creatures. Adult horses do tend to sleep standing up because of their weight, but this is only for three hours a day. They also have amazing ears that have the ability to swivel up to 180 degrees. They also have large eyes, as well as, memories that are far bigger than those of elephants. Horses are also very sensitive and they have been known to run away from danger at 50 mph, if need be, to seek out safety. However, horses are also known for defending themselves, very well, if they do need to. They also tend to adore crowds of people for whatever reason.

Those Born During the Year of the Horse

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The ones who are born during the year of the horse will see a very good year in 2014! Photo by chooyutshing

Horses are somewhat like people, and the way people do resemble them closely is in the, intelligence factor, the happiness, loyalty, unselfish, very enthusiastic, and lots of fun. They also know how to talk far too much, are hot-blooded and can be very pessimistic, and are always needy of support. Those born during the year of the horse also tend to spend too much and waste money, which is bad for finances. They can be un-materialistic though, which is a plus, in their favor. Horses do also love to travel a great deal and see the world. They also love to dance a lot, hate silence, and discipline is not their cup of tea. Horse people also tend to fall in love easily, get their hearts literally stepped on, and do mix very well with tiger, dog, and goat people. The ones that aren’t at all compatible with them are rats, monkeys, and rabbits.

Year of the Horse 2014

The ones who are born during the year of the horse will see a very good year in 2014. Independence is something that does bring about luck and prosperity in abundance. However, it can also bring with it, health issues and possible accidents too. Jobs may also suffer. Some of the good job options are for athlete, technician, teacher, driver, or politician. You should not be afraid of any new ventures, but do keep your emotions in check, and think very carefully about getting married. It is also a very good year to have a baby.

Most Important Horse Years

If you happen to have been born during any of the years listed here. You are indeed a horse. The years are as follows: From 30/01/1930 to 16/02/1931, 15/02/1942 to 04/02/1843, 03/02/1954 to 23/01/1955, 21/01/1966 to 08/02/1967, 07/02/1978 to 27/01/1979, 27/01/1990 to 14/02/1991, and 12/02/2002 to 21/01/2003.

A Few Important People Born during the Year of the Horse

These are the names of some of the most famous of horse people. They are no other than Barbra Streisand, Clint Eastwood, Sir Isaac Newton, Genghis Khan, Oprah Winfrey, Neil Armstrong, Ray Charles, Paul McCartney, Sean Connery, Teddy Roosevelt, Rembrandt, and Jimmy Hendrix.  Most of these believed in online psychic readings.

Predictions For Year of the Horse 2014

The year of 2014 is said to be something that will be very energetic with lots of feelings being amplified. A lot of people will alter the energy around them and bring a lot of real surprise to financial markets. The month of March will serve to be very volatile with Uranus by Mars and Aries. Try to stay cool and remain vigilant. This will also be a year to travel far away. There will also exist a chance to become more spiritual.

During a horse year, there will be no middle ground, when it comes down to conflicts. The rising costs of food, oil, and the presence of extreme weather will bring about protests. The United States will continue to prosper, but there is still real trouble with guns. Western Europe will continue to struggle both economically, as well as, politically, but there will be a change in leadership. This change in leadership will occur in Southern Europe and the Middle East will help out. China, as well as, the Far East will continue to prosper too. China will start to innovate more than just copy others. They will continue to have problems with natural disasters though.

Professor Boyle of Cambridge University does strongly believe that a “doomsday moment” will pop up in 2014. He has stated that during the last 500 years, there was some international event that did happen, and it was catastrophic in description. It supposedly did occur in the middle of the second decade for each century. The present financialcrisis is something that can very well be a real trigger for that.

Those who were born under the year of the horse may like:

  • A Western Equivalent: Is Gemini
  • Favorite Color: Orange and black
  • Favorite Numbers: 8 and 1
  • Favorite Gemstones: Topaz

So make sure you go out and celebrate the Chinese New Year this year and if you were born under the year of the horse, then take to heart the characteristics described above and also the predictions for the year of the horse and make it a great year!

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Chinese Astrology & Chinese New Year

Chinese Astrology & Chinese New Year

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Each Chinese New Year heralds in a new year based on an animal from Chinese astrology. 2014 will be the Year of the Horse. Photo by patentboy

When it comes to Chinese astrology, many say it is more accurate and in depth than western astrology. It is based around the ancient Chinese concepts which come to the forefront every January for the Chinese New Year. This concept includes Chinese medicine and religion working in synergy. Chinese astrology is based on the constellations and solar calender which begins with the Chinese New Year. The philosophy of Chinese astrology is based upon each years cycle which includes the time,the date, and lunar year. All of these factors greatly influence the characteristics of a person’s future starting with the Chinese New Year.

Chinese Astrology and the Chinese New Year

This type of astrology has twelve zodiac animals. These animals represent the sixty year cycle in Chinese years. The Chinese astrology includes the horse, ox, pig, rabbit, snake, monkey, dog, rooster, sheep, tiger, rat, and the dragon. The zodiac animal that will correspond with each individual will depend on the year and hour in which a person is born. There are also five elements that will correspond with a person’s personality they are earth, fire, water, metal, and air.

Chinese Astrology Signs

According to Chinese astrology with these twelve animal zodiac signs and five elements a persons destiny can been calculated. This calculation can be determined in relationship to the Chinese calendar, the planets, the stars, and the heavenly body. This calculation is called the Purple Star System and it can map out a person’s entire life. Once a person’s birthday and the position of the stars are determined it is then put into a sector that can tell a lot about a persons life.

Chinese New Year and It’s Animal Sign

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The Chinese New Year is rich with culture from Chinese astrology, philosophy and religion. Photo by Bhutan-360

Each of these sectors can even give specific characteristics of how a person may look, their talents, the natural abilities, and how successful they may be throughout their life. When it comes to the position of the stars at the time of their birth it can also give information on what their finances, relationships, health, career, assets, attitude, and the amount of travel they may experience throughout their life time. These zodiac animals represent a person characteristics and general personality based on the Chinese New Year.

Yin and Yang and Chinese New Year

Yin and Yang is one of the most important concepts that is included in Chinese astrology and the Chinese New Year. This is the part that includes the positive and negative forces that shapes a person. Yin and yang can actually work together instead of against each other. Since life is constantly changing this is the factors that keeps an individual’s life in balance. Although Yin and Yang are very different they are equal. Depending on the year a person is born can effect certain qualities of that person. If they were born on an odd year they are considered Yin. Yin is associated with such characteristics as receptive, negative, feminine, passive, tranquil, fall, winter, fertility, birth, moon, night, and elemental water. Where as Yang is an even year which associated with aggressive, active, passionate, focused, creativity, masculine, daylight, sun, spring, summer, and the elemental fire.

Chinese New Year and Chinese Astrology

Chinese astrology has a lot more to offer then your typical western astrology. It has a deeper philosophy and has a specific science. The zodiac animals and elements makes it more in depth as well as detailed.  So when the Chinese New Year comes around in January, check to see what Chinese Astrology says will happen to you!