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The Chinese Year of the Dragon

The dragon Chinese zodiac year is special.
Astrology is so important to the Chinese and the Chinese year of the dragon is so special.



ABOUT THE DRAGON:
In Chinese astrology the dragon is the only animal of the Chinese zodiac year that is not proven to exist.

The dragon is quite special and very much revered. It holds special significance  for the Chinese people.


HISTORY:
More than 4,000 years ago, there were large tribes and many smaller tribes in  China.  The tribes had animals as emblems. The two large tribes unified and chose the dragon as their symbol. In fact, the Han Chinese still call themselves the descendants of the Dragon.


PERCEPTION:
In Chinese astrology the dragon was seen as a powerful almighty king because it was made up of different parts of animals such as a tiger, fish, snake and an eagle. The Chinese dragon was not seen as a threatening evil being as we do in the west - rather a symbol of power, superiority and rule.
Still today, the Dragon is a revered symbol. You can see many sculptures and carvings of the dragon. Even today, the Chinese associate the dragon with power and wisdom.


THE PERSON BORN UNDER THE YEAR OF THE DRAGON:
• In Chinese astrology a dragon person is special. Born in the Chinese Year of the Dragon they usually stand out as befits a dragon. They are powerful and wise.



• In Chinese astrology dragon people excel. 


• In a group of people, "the Chinese Year of the Dragon person" stands out. There is a certain aura about them.


• They certainly are not shy – they demand attention and respect.

THE DRAGON IS A SYMBOL OF POWER:
Therefore in Chinese astrology the dragon  person born under this Chinese Zodiac Sign tends to be a "doer" - they do things and achieve power by getting things done. 


A dragon can breathe out fire  so the person born in the Chinese year of the Dragon can be a hothead. Watch out if you make them angry! 


However, the dragon has a soft underbelly and so in Chinese astrology  the dragon person has a "soft spot" to them. They may get angry at someone who annoys them but they also show great compassion to people in need. 


A dragon has a long tongue which is often seen; They have a sharp tongue - they will say things that can be quite sarcastic and biting.


Can be quite a confronting person but if you reach their "soft heart" they are worthwhile allies.


Dragon person double their efforts in whatever they do - work, education and other projects.  Their natural talent and abilities should stand out with great results.
However, watch out for that temper! Keep it in check and do not spoil your good work.

The Chinese Year of the Dragon:
2012 Water Dragon

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