Chinese Horoscope 2017 – Year of the Fire Rooster
According to the Chinese calendar, the year 2017 is the year of the Fire Rooster. The Chinese people say that this year people will be more polite and less stubborn, but they will have the tendency to complicate things.
As Asian people see it, the year 2017 is a year dominated by the orientation towards progress, honor and maximum integrity, people learning to temper their ardor.
This year, the natives of the year of the Rat are going to enjoy many happy events, including financial success, and the natives of the year of the Ox will enjoy unexpected success and unforeseen events.
Those born in the year of the Tiger will not lack anything, enjoying a special astral protection and devoted friends that will come to their help in the last minute.
The year 2017 of the Fire Rooster will be full of positive events and very good news, career progress and profitable businesses for those born in the year of the Dragon. During this year, the Snake natives are going to stand out professionally and be promoted.
For the Horse natives, this is going to be a good year, with personal and financial achievements, but unbalances and career changes could come across. This is why they could get irritable and mischievous.
The year 2017 brings the Goat natives higher expense than they can save for, which will also lead to problems with the family and the loved ones, as they are going to try to temper down the Goat.
For the Monkey, the year is going to be really good, especially from a romantic point of view. The natives of the year of the Rooster will easily solve all the problems that are going to come up, as they will receive support from powerful and influential people.
It is going to be harder for the natives of the sign of the Cat (Rabbit), as the year 2017 will bring them many difficulties and tensions regarding material aspects.
For the Boar, the year of the Fire Rooster is going to be a busy and tense year. There are going to be financial or professional problems and they will require special patience and tenacity in order to be solved.
An average year for the Dog natives, as some unexpected problems on the health and romantic levels might show up.
Chinese Astrology – Zodiac Information
Chinese astrology is considered to be the most ancient system in the world and is believed to be over 5000 years old. While Western astrology is depends on the 12 months of the year, Chinese astrology is based on a upon a twelve year lunar cycle. Your sign is determined by the year in which you were born (in the Chinese calendar). Each sign and those born under it, are represented by one of twelve animals, and each sign is given a set of attributes that the Chinese believe describe the nature of each particular animal.
According to legend, the Lord Buddha summoned all the animals to wish him goodbye before he departed the Earth, but, only twelve animals came to bid him farewell. He rewarded them by naming a year after each one in the order that it arrived. Hence the First year belonged to the Rat, then came the Ox, the Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Boar. This formed the basis of the twelve animal signs of the Chinese Zodiac. The animal ruling the year in which you were born has a major profound influence on your life. Click here to learn your Chinese astrological sign.
Thus, Chinese astrology is essentially made up of these 12 signs, 5 elements and the Yin/Yang. The 5 elements are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. These elements form the basis of the universe and are of equal importance. The concept of the Yin and Yang is also important with regards astrology and are believed to represent the following characteristics. Yin is female, passive and receptive; Yang is male, aggressive and exploratory.
Thus, Chinese astrology is considered to be an ancient and powerful tool for predicting the future. Today, you can use these complex life calculations to get the most accurate predictions for yourself. Discover your Chinese astrological sign and get your FREE PREDICTION for the year 2017. Get a complete insight into Chinese astrology for 2017 right here. Discover what 2017 or the Year of the Rooster has in store for you.