Chinese zodiac horse lucky numbers

The Chinese zodiac year is usually said to start from Chinese New Year, whose date ranges from late January to late February. With strong intuition and quick response, they always easily adapt themselves to a new environment.
With good insight and sharp perspective, Rats have good judgment in what they do, which enables them to prevent unnecessary troubles. The best careers for Rats are: administrator, director, manager, entrepreneur, broadcaster, writer, musician, stand-up comedian, politician, lawyer, researcher, and racing car driver. In love relationships, Rats find it easy to start a new relationship with someone, but they also break off relationships easily, which results in trouble with infidelity. Love compatibility within the Chinese zodiac animals takes the unique characteristics of each animal into account. See below the compatibility of the Rat with other animals, and find out if the Rat is compatible with your sign or not. As for their career, even when confronted with difficulties, people born in a Year of the Rat can handle it easily in 2016. The good career fortune for Rats will occur in the first, eighth, ninth, and eleventh Chinese lunar months.
The monetary fortune for Rats will be best in the third, ninth, and eleventh Chinese lunar months, during which they can make multiple investments and will be profitable. However, their fortune star will be damaged in the fourth and tenth Chinese lunar months. Rats should make diversified investments and avoid putting all of their eggs in one basket. With regard to internal causes, they will have a fickle mood, and even the tendency to have neurasthenia. People born in a Year of the Rat will have great love relationships in this Year of the Monkey. However, they must ensure that they treat their relationships rationally and do not drown themselves in strong emotions. Their love and relationships will be extremely smooth in the first, fourth, third, ninth, tenth, and twelfth Chinese lunar months. In Chinese element theory, each zodiac sign is associated with one of the five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Gold (Metal), and Water. Therefore, Rats should pay special attention to avoid misfortune in their lives in the year of their birth sign. The Chinese New Year, (Trut Jihn (??????? in Thai) also called Spring Festival, (In folk culture, it is also called “guonian” (meaning “passing a year”) is the most important festival for Chinese people and is the time for the whole families to get together. Traditionally the festival goes on for almost three weeks and lasts from the 23rd day of the twelfth month to the 15th day of the first month in the lunar calendar, this last day has its own festival called the ‘Lantern Festival’).

It is believed that the custom of Chinese New Year began when the people would offer thanks for the end of the harvest.
With such a long history it is not surprising that there are many legends about the Spring Festival. The people were so scared that in the evening they would hide while the monster came out to hunt, after awhile they found out that the Nian was scared of the colour RED and equally fireworks, especially firecrackers, and so the people used these items to drive away the wicked monster and that is why the festival is awash with the colour red and alive with the noise of firecrackers and fireworks. The start of the New Year, it is regarded as bench mark for the rest of the year and so there are many taboos that are adhered to during the festivities. It is also considered unlucky if the barrel of rice is empty, because they believe this to be an omen and they will have nothing to eat during the year.
Although they are inherently intellectual and creative, Monkeys at times have trouble exhibiting these qualities.
They are jealous, suspicious, cunning, selfish and arrogant sometimes, and they tend to look down upon others.
The 12 zodiac animals are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Therefore, if you were born in January or February of the above years, you might be a Rat or a Pig. With rich imaginations and sharp observation, Rats can take advantage of various opportunities well. Rats are cautious and meticulous, so they tend to show a serious attitude toward their work. Only through their continued effort, self-enrichment, and creation of good karma can they advance further.
However, Rats need to increase their awareness in the second, third, fourth, seventh, and tenth Chinese lunar months.
They will obtain a great deal from both a laborious fortune and a windfall, but they must not be too greedy. They must be careful with their diet and daily lifestyle to avoid being susceptible to any illnesses.
They should try to relax or they will suffer a great deal, both at work and with their health. It will be easy for them to be congenial to the opposite sex and reap the rewards of love.
They must be restrained and not overdo anything to ensure they do not cause any problems for themselves. Therefore, it will be a good opportunity for Rats to get married, either at the beginning or the end of this Year of the Monkey.
They did this by offering sacrifices to ancestors and at the time, they would thorough clean both themselves and their homes.

In one such fable there lived a monster called the “Nian” which was fierce and cruel and ate one kind of animal including human beings every day. People will refrain from using words relating to “death”, “broken”, “killing”, “ghost” and “illness” or “sickness”. Taking medicine is also forbidden on this day; otherwise, people will have sick for the whole year and take medicine constantly. Rats have strong curiosity, so they tend to try their hands at anything, and they can deal with it skillfully. When in stressful and tense conditions, Rats are suggested to take a tour to free stress and tension. It will not be easy for them to accumulate a lot of savings because they will make continuous purchases, although they will have plenty of money, which will reduce their monetary fortune slightly. With regard to external causes, they will need to be aware of the risk of catching the influenza virus, especially in the second, third, fourth, and fifth Chinese lunar months. Special attention should be paid to their health in the fourth and tenth Chinese lunar months. Originating during the Shang Dynasty (about 17th – 11th century BC) the festival has over a 4,000 year history.
Even though their intentions are always good, this desire to be a prankster has a tendency to create ill will and hurt feelings.
Being talented problem solvers, they are self-assured, sociable and innovative, with competent practical ability. The signs are the Tiger, Rabbit, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Dragon, Dog, Pig, monkey, Ox, Rat and Rooster. They will gain a lot due to their busy work, and their laborious work will finally be worth it. Therefore, it will be necessary for Rats to manage their finances carefully and they should not be too extravagant.
Chinese Astrology is one of the oldest forms of Astrology in History and the origins of the naming of the animals remains unknown. Chinese Zodiac Astrology runs on the Lunar Cycle and has been part of the Chinese culture for thousands of years.
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