A New Day, a Cup of God Creation!

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I Bless the Sacred Nine Directions

High there ~ Rainbow family ~ Let me bow to thee. Cup of GoD is back (Summer Solstice 2011)~ Let's Dance!

Let me share my heart with thee. I finally re-unite with my family. I have been in a hole, U know, the kinda U make yourself. That’s why here starts my log-diary (magenta child's stories to share), blessings wherever I go – every cigarette (golden leaf, must start from the green grass steep/le), what a show! I should smoke less, or can one over-bless ;-) ? The fire-forgiveness-ceremony appeared to bee strange, as I was shocked about the huge field and range, of beings that came to my mind, bee (dream impossible dreams) it_I LOVE, bee it_I FORGIVE, bee it_I BLESS, in the end_it was “ALL kind ;-) ”.

Self-esteem re-charged, love spread along my way through the day. Blessing spaces I enter, the air & smoke I inhale, The fire (sun and rainbow colors), the water (rain, tears, clouds in the sky) need to bee ordinarily blessed and so do I. And so WBCW (White Buffalo Calf Woman our Twin Deer Mother) is right in saying that: “Upon blessing, ALL is well” (fine-tuned synchronicity says I, vision of me, the dream). The first step is done. We have come to the very core of my E-G-O (selfishness has been relieved through sacred blessings). Let’s rock those final walls! – Judging from day 01 (today), the blessings (Holy Week Day) really seemed to have infected the outcome of the day’s “meetings” & “experiments” positively (rather the right way, heavenly on the blue road display, the heart radiates all the way, a light from within, the golden ray, brotherhood is here to stay).

~ Yee-Haa ~ ThanX

Bowing to U, so U can flow through (grandmother dreamspace, gray),

your Magenta-Aqua-Yellow ~dancer~,

& wanna-bee “great caretaker & great librarian”

Blessed bee ***

Bees are world-class navigators. Honeybees communicate direction and distance from the hive to nectar sources through a sophisticated dance "language". In 1973, Karl von Frisch received a Nobel Prize for deciphering this bee language, which consists of a circle dance and a tail wagging dance. It accurately tells other bees the angle from the sun and the distance to the nectar. Bees use the sun as a compass. Even when the sun is obscured by clouds, bees can detect it's position from the light in brighter patches of the sky. Bees also can see ultraviolet designs in flowers like an airplane circling an airport sees the landing lights on a runway. Honeybees also have a built-in clock that appears to be synchronized with the secretion of nectar from flowers.

Do your dance, be the romance. The sweetness of the flower upon your breathe. Do bow to know the glorious show, it will be okay in a moment, when you let it all flow (through). Do not doubt who you are, the radiant and true. Just do your blessings and learn to exchange, your gift of love for all of his pain. Sings Grandmother Comfort in the Wind for Cup of God, the Honey Bees!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Lunar New Year of the Metal (Iron) Tiger 2010


The upcoming New Moon brings the Chinese and Tibetan New Year, celebrated on Feb 14; Galactic 8; Blue Crystal Hand day. (Note: in the Pacific timezone, the actual new moon occurs at 6:51pm on Feb 13, but the Tibetan Calendars note Feb 14 as the start of their year cycle).
On Feb 14, 2010, we will shift out of the previous year of The Earth Ox,
and we will be entering into the Year of the Iron Tiger!

While we refer to this year as 2010 on the Gregorian calendar, on the Chinese Calendar this will be the start of Year 4707, and on the Tibetan Calendar we will commence Year 2137.

Another level is opening up, just when we need it most… Invoking The Iron Tiger feels like it is bringing fierce empowerment to assist us in transforming our deepest issues, making more space for our divine selves to emerge more fully that we may continue fulfilling our sacred roles!

On the Tibetan Calendar, New Year is called “Losar.” According to Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal: “Each new year is an echo of the changing cycles and Losar reminds us of the true nature of impermanence. Everything that is born is bound to die. The old year is gone and will never exist again. The new year gives us the opportunity to come together and celebrate; to notice and appreciate each moment, in the moment, and to realize the blessings of the teachings.”

FEB 14 – FEB 28, 2010 KARMA IS MULTIPLIED 100,000 TIMES!
According to the Tibetan Cycles, during the first 2 weeks of the New Year, precisely from the New Moon to the Full Moon, our positive and negative karma is “multiplied” 100,000 times. It is important to note that the Dalai Lama clarifies that our INTENTION generates karma, rather than simply focusing on our actions. As Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal shares: “Down through the centuries, the first 15 days of the New Year have gained special significance – they are known as “the 15 days of awakening energy and ability to perform auspicious accomplishments.” Whatever good deeds one performs or merits one accumulates during this fortnight, those actions will be multiplied by 100,000.”

Hot passion meets cold steel with the arrival of the year of the Metal Tiger. This combined sign signifies both the energy to begin activity and the determination to follow it through to the end. Forget about last year’s slow plodding. Events set in motion now will pick up speed and continue until either the objective is attained or the whole endeavor crashes and burns.
Bold, cold Metal rules in contrast to last year’s pragmatic, calculating Earth. This difference will be all the more dramatic as 2010 is a dynamic, Yang year. Metal’s Yang aspect is extremely aggressive and does not tolerate opposition.

Unfortunately Metal has a destructive relationship with the Tiger’s fixed element, Wood. In fact this is the fifth in a run of six years governed by an unlucky conflict of elements. This should come as no surprise given the recent history of US and world financial markets, massive numbers of foreclosures in the housing sector, and the terrible tragedy that is Iraq today.
The combination of Metal and Tiger is not, however, a totally negative one. Together they represent the kind of force necessary to accomplish the most difficult tasks. The impossible just might be possible during this exciting time.

Things that have needed to get done but were not due to some blockage will be done or at least see significant progress being made. On the other hand, some that probably should never even have been attempted will also go to completion. This is because the Metal Tiger is associated with a lemming mentality.

The Norwegian story goes that, once a group of them starts moving across the fields, they will charge ahead and unthinkingly run straight off a cliff to their doom.

The point is now is the time to attack the most difficult issues you face. You have one of your best chances of achieving a breakthrough. On the other hand, if you still run into stiff opposition, you would do well to consider postponing your attempt to another time. You see, the same force that propels you forward is also with those opposing your efforts. Thinkers can prosper, but lemmings could experience serious setbacks.

Since this is a Metal year, those people born in an Earth one will generally fare better than others of their animal sign, while those born in a Wood one are likely to do worse. It’s also slightly negative for those born in a Fire year and mildly positive for Water sign people. Finally, those born in a Metal year will be in their element and do well if their animal sign is compatible with the Tiger but could run into lots of confrontations if not.

The only thing we can say for sure is the year 2010 will be a tumultuous one. This is true for individuals, societies and the human race in general. It’s perhaps a better time for knocking down walls than building them. People who thirst for adventure and can reign in their emotions could experience a thrilling and rewarding year. Those who seek peace and harmony might find themselves running for cover more than a few times.

Brought to your by Cup of God, Magenta Warrior

Astrology for Tibetan New Year 2010 (Extended)

The year 2010 is the Year of the Male Iron Tiger (lcags-pho stag-lo). The first day falls on February 14, 2010, or Tibetan New Year 2137 (some scholars will argue it is 2136). Often, the Chinese and Tibetan lunar calendars differ in the first day of the first month, but in this case they do not. In Chinese, Vietnamese, and Tibetan practice, there is the same Lunar New Year Day in 2010. I gave what I regard as a suitable explanation and introduction to the detailed nuances of yearly astrology, and the relative meanings, in our remarks for 2009. Rather than repeat myself, I would suggest that you click back to 2009, read the post, and then click back here to discover what has changed.

The chief value of the following post lies in the calculations. Ordinarily, these calculations are the result of a laborious process, but here you have them at your fingertips, already done for you. Is it better or worse if you don't have to work for it?
Be all that as it may, you came here for the astrology, not philosophy. I quite understand, so why not begin with the geomantic indicators? This year, the opportune passageway is White West, and here are the positions occupied by our sa-bdag friends, from rje-blon nyer-drug ma-bu 'khor:
1) King The-se - East (also hidden spirit Bya-khyung ka-ru) 2) Queen Hang-phan - East 3) Queen Mother The-khyem - North 4) Crown Prince Te-so - West 5) Royal Minister Tsang-kun - North 6) Royal Astrologer Se-ba bla-mkhyen - West (also inner at South, secretly at East) 7) Royal Dog Walker Hang-phan ser-po bya-ra-ba - Northwest 8) Royal Treasurer Se-byi - Southeast 9) Royal Bodyguard-Assassin Se-shar - Northeast 10) Royal Horse Se-ba rang-rta - Northwest 11) Royal Groom Se'u rta-khrid - Northwest 12) Royal Timekeeper Se-bya - Northeast 13) Royal Upholsterer Sa-bdag se-bu gdan-'ding - East 14) Royal Policeman Se-lo sa-'chag kungs-myul - Northeast 15) Royal Sweeper Se-lo sa-'phyag - South 16) Royal Dog Hal-khyi nag-po - North 17) Princess dKar-sham - North 18) Prince sBal-te (her husband - the royal son-in-law) - North 19) General Vang-ging dmarpo - East 20) General Tsang-kun - Northeast 21) Adjutant Tsang-kun 'phye'o - Northwest 22) Dog-headed Assistant Tsang-kun khyi-mgo - North 23) Advisor Bla-mkhyen phe'u - Southeast 24) Scorpion-head Zin 'phung - Southwest 25) Venomous Pi-ling - East 26) Chief of the Eleven Ministers of the King (symbolizing them) - Southwest

The containing note for 2010 is wood of the juniper (alternatively, wood of the pine). The body element (lus: basically the same thing) originates from the blood vessels of the turtle's lungs and liver. The other basics of the year are its srog, or vitality (wood); the dbang-thang, or destiny (iron); the rlung-ta, or luck (iron), and the khyams-nyid, or actual luck (iron). To get a bit more technical, the zla-klung-gi gza'gnyis are Saturn and Iron Dragon, and the destiny/vitality relationship is 'dun-khur.
Our magic numbers are skye-me, or natal, as Black 2 (upper metreng); srog-sme, or vitality, as Yellow 5 (middle metreng); dbang-sme, or destiny, as White 8 (lower metreng).  Because I favor elemental astrology, it is difficult for me to make general predictions about how the various "animals" will fare in this Year of the Iron Tiger, beyond saying that it seems particularly good for Rabbits born in 1987 and 1963. You can find more of that commonly enough from Chinese sources. However, instead of relying on that overmuch, I would counsel you to take your clue from the energies of 2010 as set forth herein.
Nothing is carved in stone except stone carvings. However, we are dealing with a corpus of lessons learned that arguably stretches back 3,500 years, and usefully stretches back 2,500 years. Please take note that as a general rule, astrological indications are rendered highly flexible by Dharma practice.
So, what is the conventional wisdom about the Iron Tiger? The folk astrology of Tibet indicates that Tigers in general are brave, daring, ferocious, intelligent, and often audacious, with a tendency toward harsh speech and risk taking, i.e. gambling and business adventures. The ideal companions are those born in the year of the Dog, Horse, and Pig. Those to avoid are born in the year of Ox, Monkey, and to a lesser degree, Snake. Many people will try to have sons this year. In particular, Iron Tigers are generous to the poor, and protective of the underdog, but can become wrathful and bloody minded, and without moral instruction may become fond of killing. Somebody better tell Jamgon Kongtrul II, and Orgyen Thinley Dorje -- to give but two examples-- both Tigers, but neither of whom were or are bloody minded and fond of killing, as far as anyone knows.  Iron Tigers greatly enjoy meat, alcohol, the opposite sex, and comfortable living circumstances. They speak directly, with an authoritarian air of command. They are  to some extent vulnerable to haunting spirits (bstan) and gyalpos,  particularly those gyalpos associated with knives and other weapons. They will have two to four children. Their average lifespan is sixty years. They will face five major obstacles. Iron Tiger dharma practitioners are known to be highly stable and extremely faithful, with unusual powers that are expressed in unconventional ways. As such, their actions are often liable to misinterpretation. They have the potential to exist in this lifetime as reborn spirits, i.e. they were not precisely human in their immediately previous lifetime. In the lifetimes prior to that, they were kings or princes, and in most lifetimes previous to that, they were siddhas, acharyas, or wandering yogis. In this lifetime, they are often characterized by wide learning and extreme intelligence. However, they may be prone to procrastination, and indecision brought on by physical ailments. As 2010 is the fourth of a five year run of inauspicious element combinations for Tigers, (2011 will be incredibly troublesome) one is advised to take practice to heart. Speaking very personally, I would recommend that Tigers vigorously save the lives of beings otherwise marked for death. I would also recommend the creation of images, printing of dharma books, and other good works. In particular,  and at all costs, one should cause at least one statue of Shakyamuni Buddha to be made. If conditions permit, Tigers should seriously consider going into retreat until 2012 at the earliest. What is wrong with that?  If you are born in the Year of the Iron Tiger, you are in the closing chapters of an extremely troublesome Mercury-Ketu transit, but if you survive, you are at the threshold of an extremely auspicious run of good luck. The operative word in that last sentence is "if." In Tibetan astrology, the Mercury-Ketu transit is described as "certain death." Of course, as an Iron Tiger, you don't care, but let me say the beginning of the transit, circa 2006, while no picnic, had the elements showing mercy. For the end of the transit, which begins now, the elements show no mercy. Are you impressed yet? Again and again, I want to emphasize that spiritual practice throws all astrological indications to the winds. This is why even very great lamas go into retreat for obstacle years, and live to tell the tale. You should also be aware that people who have formerly been good friends may turn into bitter enemies. I hate to say this, but Iron Tigers have an astrological propensity to fall victim to murder. Stay away from weapons of all kinds: indeed, be extremely careful of sharp instruments such as knives, axes, saws, and so forth. Taking this energy as a clue, all persons should beware of accidents, misadventure, assault, robbery, and so forth in this wild year of sudden surprises. Every astrologer in Hong Kong, Lhasa, and Saigon will tell you to avoid cutting wood -- even symbolically -- and thus, to avoid carpentry projects, splitting firewood, and so forth. Some may advise you to plant trees. This is not precisely correct. Earth is the missing element of this year, and wood exhausts earth. Things need to stay in relative balance, you know? There is also a significant risk of disturbance in the fire element this year. One of the peculiar paradoxes of Tibetan astrology is that Iron Tiger years are known for incidents of accidental drowning. This is drowning in the bathtub, or drowning in a puddle type drowning, as distinct from the more common sort. Iron Tiger years are also known for war, particularly at the sixty year return, or the so-called complete cycle of time. The year 2010 is the sixty year return of the Iron Tiger year 1950, and you will recall this is when China invaded Tibet. You will also remember the Korean War. Other Iron Tiger years are 1590 (Battle of Ivry), 1650 (Third English Civil War), 1710 (Battle of Helsingborg), 1770 (Russo-Turkish War), 1830 (July Revolution, Belgian Revolution, Polish Revolution), and 1890 (Wounded Knee Massacre). There is a particular danger of extreme turmoil arising from grudges, and there is a definite indicator of provocation from a spirit. This may degenerate into spiritual warfare of the most destructive sort. Therefore, if someone has done you an injury -- even a great injury -- do not respond, no matter the provocation. Those who seek to provoke are in fact demons, no matter what disguise they wear. This is a dark age. Pay particular attention to dreams (and nightmares) this year. You might go so far as to keep a dream journal. Greatly disturbed dreams will indicate developments in the spirit world. The "spiritual warfare" concept as applied to 2010 should not be taken lightly. There will be extreme activity involving gyalpos -- some very, very powerful forces will come to life -- and unprecedented agitation or activity among energetically wrathful spirits of all classes. Make no mistake about this. This Tiger year can see ruthlessness on outer, inner, and secret levels. It will come suddenly, without warning. The last Iron Tiger year, 1950, saw the beginning of the end of Tibetan Buddhism as it had been known for centuries prior. To a certain extent, this became possible because of degeneration and fighting in the Tibetan Buddhist institutions themselves. The year 2010 will witness extreme tension between unorthodox expressions of Tibetan Buddhism -- those which are against the grain,  permissive or culturally diluted -- and the ancient energies that have been offended by such extreme views. Again, please remember what I have told you: that which provokes you to anger in 2010 aims to bring about your destruction. As difficult as it may be, you must withdraw from such provocations. Iron Tiger years are years of spies, agents provocateurs, and behind the scenes intrigue that unexpectedly boils over. They are years where the greatest dangers lie in excess, hasty action, hot headed plots, and sudden violence. We must all work together to counteract such energies, and the solution to doing so lies in practice, practice, practice, and more practice. It is not outside the realm of possibility that we may see some cross-border excursions of the most hostile sort in 2010. Already, China is building or repairing as many as twenty-seven airstrips near the Indian border. There may be episodes of unusual violence or catastrophic events inside China itself. There is also most definitely some very serious trouble in Pakistan on the horizon. North Korea in particular should be watched with great care, as well as Iran. Dangerous demagogues in both nations will dare to dream martial dreams. This year may witness terrible cruelty to animals, so it is important to see to animal welfare as much as possible. There may also be food shortages, and an upswing in armed robbery, banditry, and so forth. In the natural realm, beware of volcanoes. In the financial realm, the arms industry will profit. Billions will be spent on missiles. 
And now, here is some "newspaper" astrology:  In general, Tigers make brilliant authors, musicians, actors, philosophers, leaders, generals, and explorers. Some examples are Marco Polo (lived 70 years),  Beethoven (lived 57 years), Karl Marx (lived 65 years), Emily Jane Bronte (lived 30 years),  Oscar Wilde (lived 46 years), Beatrix Potter (lived 77 years, loved rabbits), H.G. Wells (lived 80 years), Agatha Christie (lived 86 years),  President Eisenhower (lived 79 years),  General De Gaulle (lived 80 years), John Steinbeck (lived 66 years), Sir Alec Guinness (lived 86 years), Dylan Thomas (lived 39 years), Rudolph Nureyev (lived 55 years).  Just using these as a guide, the average age is 65 years. Some other examples are Queen Elizabeth II, Tony Bennett, Stevie Wonder, William Hurt, Jodie Foster, Bill Murray, Tom Cruise, Garth Brooks, Demi Moore, Leonardo DiCaprio. At this stage in my life, one year is like another, and all astrology aside, it is best not to have too many expectations. I just write these things for people who enjoy them.  
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2010 - Year of the White Tiger The Tiger (associated with good fortune, power, and royalty), is viewed with both fear and respect; hence, their protection and wisdom is sought after. Many people believe the tiger, and not the lion, as the true king of beasts. Position in the Zodiac: 3rd Chinese Name: Hu Ruling Hours: 3:00 am - 4:59 am Season/Month: Winter/February Similar to Western Horoscope Sun Sign: Aquarius Planet: Venus Gemstone: Sapphire Lucky Color: Green Lucky Numbers: 2, 3 Direction of Orientation: East Northeast Polarity: Yang (Male) Fixed Element: Wood (But in 2010 - Metal) Positive Traits: Agile natural leaders, alert, energetic, independent, far-sighted, charming, friendly, well-liked, loyal, intelligent, confident, courageous, powerful, strong, self-reliant, sacrificing, optimistic, relentlessly competitive, good strategists and tacticians Negative Traits: Unpredictable, vain, distrustful, impatient, impulsive, quick-tempered, quarrelsome, rebellious, tend to risk their luck too often, often disregard others, are sensititive to criticism and have difficulty keeping their restless nature under control Associated with Food: Bread, poultry Associated with Human Anatomy: Respiratory system and lungs (Chinese Medicine) Associated with Following Countries: Russia, Rumania, Spain, Turkey, El Salvador, North Korea Very Compatible with Following Animals: Horse, Dragon, Dog and Pig/Boar Incompatibile with Following Animals: Rabbit, Monkey, Snake, and Ox Ideal Careers for Tigers: Music, Acting, Writing, Advertising, Management, Aviation, Travel, Entrepreneur, Politics __________ Image Credit: Tiger - Chinese paper print illustration - cntmedia@flickr.com

Year of the Tiger 2010 Predictions and Forecasts for Chinese Zodiac Horoscope

The zodiac of twelve animal signs represents twelve different types of personality. The zodiac traditionally begins with the sign of the Rat, and there are many stories about the Origins of the Chinese Zodiac which explain why this is so (see below). The following are the twelve zodiac signs in order and their characteristics. Each of the 12 animals are:
Year of Birth

The Year of The Tiger begins on February 14th 2010. Drama, intensity, change and travel will be the keywords for 2010. Unfortunately, world conflicts and disasters tend to feature during Tiger years also, so it won’t be a dull 12 months for anyone. The Year of the Tiger will bring far reaching changes for everyone. New inventions and incredible technological advances have a good chance of occurring. For all of the Chinese horoscope signs, this year is one to be active – seizing opportunities and making the most of our personal and very individual talents. Everything happens quickly and dramatically in a Tiger year – blink and you could miss an important chance of a lifetime! Let’s take a look at each animal, their major personality traits and what the prospects are for 2010, the Year of the Tiger.

The Rat Rats are charming, elegant and clever. They can be a bit gossipy and prone to being distracted. They’re also thrifty and very good with handling money. Family and close friends are exceptionally important to them. The Rat is charming beyond words and throughout his undoubtedly long life he will always be popular and will have many friends. Forecast for 2010 The Rat may be feeling quite tired and deflated after 2009, which saw him keeping his head down, working and staying out of trouble. The Year of the Tiger is going to be fast-paced for the Rat, which in itself does tend to make them slightly uncomfortable. But it is essential that they go with the flow and seize opportunities and take adventures – this year is going to be important for them. A lot of Rats may have dreamt of travel in 2009 but were unable to take trips either due to financial or work commitments. This year will be so different! Travel will feature strongly for many and if there is dream destination in mind, it may become a reality during 2010. February and March can bring interesting work offers, while June to August and December will bring happy social occasions. Romantically, September and October bring tempting offers for single Rats, while those who are attached will find the summer most special. It is essential for all persons born under this sign to be extra thoughtful and caring throughout the year – an inadvertent remark or gesture could lead to discord with loved ones. Interesting Rat Facts: Zodiac Stone: Garnet Special Flower: Narcissus Best Hours: 11 pm -1 am Season: Winter Horoscope Colors: Black, White, Purple Click here for more of the Rat in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.

The Ox Sturdy, earthy, no-nonsense – that’s the Ox. Affectionate and easy-going, the Ox can show a fierce temper when agitated. He is neat, tidy, quiet and studious, with a great love of his home. Music can be a great love. Family life and a loving partner are high on the Ox’s priorities. A wonderful loyal friend. Forecast for 2010 The Ox loves methodical planning and everything working out in the correct time. The Year of the Tiger will throw all this to the wind with it’s fast pace and unexpected developments! People born under this sign may find 2010 a challenge but in a good way. The Ox will have to adapt to new routines, delays and obtacles thrown in his way, but he will be well able for any task and may find new hidden talents and personal power he didn’t know existed. Hobbies, relaxing pursuits and friendships will all be beautifully highlighted during the Year of the Tiger and will provide a welcome relief to any stresses he may face. Home improvements and redecorating plans will move forward smoothly with excellent results. Career opportunities will present themselves from April to June, while exciting, intense romantic encounters are likely in July, August and December. An important aspect for those under this sign in 2010 is to be mindful and caring of loved ones. It will be crucial to listen to them and also to accept any help they may offer during this changeable year. Interesting Ox Facts: Zodiac Stone: Aquamarine Special Flower: Carnation Best Hours: 1-3 am Season: Winter Horoscope Colors: Green, Yellow, Black Click here for more of the Ox in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Tiger Magnetic, passionate and grand! When the Tiger does anything, it’s noticed! Indecisiveness and stubbornness can mar the sparkle of the Tiger personality. On the one hand generous, on the other hand a little mean, it’s sometimes hard to know where one stands with the Tiger. Flexible, honest and truly entertaining, one has a friend for life with a Tiger. Forecast for 2010 Being the Tiger’s own year, 2010 holds great promise for those born under this sign, with exciting developments happening for them both personally and professionally. Some Tigers may be feeling disappointed and disheartened after 2009 and it will be important to leave the past behind and concentrate on the future, which is looking so bright! Financially, everything improves this year for those born under this sign and money-making thoughts and ideas should be fully explored and investigated. With the fast pace of this year for all signs, the Tiger needs to take extra care in planning and thinking all projects through – no rushing headlong into schemes during 2010! Tigers looking for romance will possibly see a friendship suddenly develop into something more personal with exciting consequences. August, December and January will see a very active and entertaining social calendar, but all of 2010 will see fun activities for the Tiger. The Spring months, March to May, will bring encouraging and interesting job opportunities, but the Tiger will still have to make sure he puts himself forward and gets noticed at work. Interesting Tiger Facts: Zodiac Stone: Sapphire Special Flower: Violet Best Hours: 3-5 am Season: Winter Horoscope Colors: Green, Blue, Yellow Click here for more of the Tiger in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.

The Rabbit Cuddly, warm and affectionate are the attributes of the Rabbit. Mysterious and a great party-giver and host, the Rabbit enjoys being the centre of attention once in a while. The Rabbit is occasionally over cautious and can be a bit boring. He is also one of the luckiest signs in the Chinese Astrology chart. Forecast for 2010 The focus will be on the Rabbit’s career and job prospects during the Year of the Tiger, with unexpected promotions and recognition very likely. Travel is also highlighted, with short breaks and spontaneous, fun trips featuring during the late Spring and early Summer. Healthwise, the Rabbit could find the speed of the Tiger year exhausting and it’s important he balance work with rest and relaxation. Promotion at work or in the Rabbit’s career will be sure to feature and they need to act quickly – no hanging back to see what happens! Some Rabbits will be dissatisfied with their current living arrangements and the perfect new home may appear most unexpectedly – they must act quickly and not miss out! Friendships will play a big role during 2010 with possibly one or two friends needing extra care and help. May and October to January will bring special and fun social gatherings. February and March will be significant and fortunate for those looking to change jobs while July and August will be most auspicious for single Rabbits looking for love – an unexpected liaison could result from a work related social event. Interesting Rabbit Facts: Zodiac Stone: Pearl Special Flower: Jonquil Best Hours: 5-7 am Season: Spring Horoscope Colors: Grey, White Click here for more of the Rabbit in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Dragon Assertive, energetic and talented are all words to describe the Dragon personality. On the other hand, the Dragon has a tendency to be condescending and tactless without realising it. They generally enjoy robust health and tend to be very successful in anything they turn their hand to. Forecast for 2010 Dragons will find the quick pace of 2010 very much to their liking and they will be keen to spread their wings and look for new possibilities and opportunites. As with the other signs in the Chinese Zodiac, the Dragon must make use of all the openings and opportunities that present themselves during this year. Teamwork will feature strongly and the Dragon will progress further and faster in his career if he bears this in mind. The Dragon’s financial situation will indeed be rosy during 2010 with a possible increase in income as well as a sum of money coming to them during the year. They must be careful to be disciplined about spending and not make too many impulse buys! May to August will be lovely months for socialising with friends and possible romantic encounters. Dragons do need to remember that love needs attention and if it is taken for granted, problems can arise. May, September and November see the most interesting career changes. Dragons need to take time during the year to have a holiday or getaway with loved ones – with such a busy year, they must not neglect those who matter to them the most. Interesting Dragon Facts: Zodiac Stone: Amethyst Special Flower: Sweet Pea Best Hours: 7-9 am Season: Spring Horoscope Colors: Black, Gold Click here for more of the Dragon in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Snake Intelligent and highly intuitive are two of the Snake’s many fine qualities. He makes an amusing and romantic friend with a definite flirtatious streak. When challenged or criticised he can be a sore loser. The Snake is very lucky with money and is fond of the odd bet or two. He is quick-witted and enjoys reading, music and occasionally the paranormal side of life. Forecast for 2010 The Snake likes to make slow and steady progress and the Year of the Tiger will find him swept along with unexpected developments – they need to adapt and keep up the pace. On the career front, the Snake will have quite a bit of competition and needs to stay ahead of the game in order to be in line for any promotions or career advancement opportunities. He needs to seek advice from those who can help and not appear too independent – working with colleagues will pay off handsomely during the year. Money management will be crucial during the Year of the Tiger and with careful planning, they should have little to worry about. Time spent with loved ones, either on a well-earned holiday or at home, will rejuvenate the Snake’s spirit during a busy and intense year. February through April will favor work endeavors and promotion. July through December will offer many opportunies for single Snakes to meet a special romantic partner. Travel looks most likely during March and June through August, with fun and romance well starred. Snakes can be shy and loners, but the Year of the Tiger will ensure they have many happy social events to attend. Interesting Snake Facts: Zodiac Stone: Opal Special Flower: Passionflower Best Hours: 9-11 am Season: Spring Horoscope Colors: Brown Gold, Green Click here for more of the Snake in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Horse Fun, charming and attractive sums up the Horse’s traits perfectly. They love parties and crowds and being the centre of attention. They can also be egotistical, hotheaded and impatient. The Horse is a considerate and protective friend and partner and when in his company, there will always be excitement around the next corner. Forecast for 2010 The Year of the Tiger will be an exciting and lively year for the Horse. On the home and family front, there may be some changes with family members moving in, moving out or relocating to another location altogether. On the social front, the Horse will be in much demand with invitations to parties and gatherings increasing as the year moves on. Health wise, with such a busy year and added pressures, the Horse must ensure that he looks after his diet and gets adequate rest. Otherwise, irritability and heated arguments could arise unnecessarily. Those born under this sign will do exceptionally well career-wise this year. However, they must follow up leads and career openings with vigor in order to take advantage of the fast paced energy of the Tiger year. A word of caution for the Horse – they need to keep a careful eye on their finances as overspending could happen very easily. August through September will bring fantastic opportunities for those looking for love. March through May will be lucky for changing jobs or careers while November and December will bring fun and lively social gatherings. Interesting Horse Facts: Zodiac Stone: Golden Topaz Special Flower: Rose Best Hours: 11am-1pm Season: Summer Horoscope Colors: Orange, White, Yellow Click here for more of the Horse in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Goat Graceful and optimistic, kind and easy going, would describe a Goat personality. They can also be petulant and discontented, likely to throw the towel in at the beginning of a problem. They can be charming without revealing their true feelings. The Goat is very talented and imaginative and can turn his hand to most creative pursuits. Forecast for 2010 The Goat likes balance and moderation in all areas of life and the Year of the Tiger will ensure that he discovers new aspects and strengths of himself he didn’t know he had! For the artistic and creative Goat, 2010 will bring offers, opportunities and encouragement, leading to new projects and job offers. If they can remain adaptable, open to change and focused, this year could have long lasting positive implications. Study and developing specialist skills is also highlighted for this year. For those wishing to change jobs or find employment, there may be many frustrating moments and it won’t be easy. But then, out of the blue, a job offer or an opportunity will present itself. Be ready! September to November will bring the best chances for work related success. May to September will have outstanding moments for making new, special friends and enjoying the company of loved ones. All Goats need to be aware that the Year of the Tiger is not the time for taking financial risks. If in doubt or worried, they need to be sure to get the advice of a professional. Interesting Goat Facts Zodiac Stone: Emerald Special Flower: Larkspur Best Hours: 1-3 pm Season: Summer Horoscope Colors: Green, Blue Click here for more of the Goat in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.

The Monkey The Monkey is playful, lively, fun and a quick thinker. They get bored very easily and find it hard to settle down to doing any one thing. The Monkey can also be vain and offhand. They are ambitious and usually very good with investing money. With their quick wit and wonderful sense of humour, they are a great party guest. The Monkey’s life will never be dull and predictable! Forecast for 2010 The Monkey’s energetic nature will resonate well with the energy of 2010 – but he will definitely need to pace himself or he will burn out! Changes on the job front could startle the Monkey near the beginning of the year, but by adapting and staying calm, he should weather any storm. It would be wise to take a well-earned break mid-year as all Monkeys will be feeling the pressure that the Year of the Tiger is putting on them. Family expenses may very well increase this year and the wise Monkey will do a little bit of forward planning and budgeting to ensure a smooth passage through 2010. August to October will shine for romantic encounters and the unattached could possibly find the partner they’ve been searching for. July to November will be the best time to start making moves for anyone who wishes to change their job. All those born under this sign will appreciate the support they receive this year from loved ones and friends. Advice will be well-meaning and helpful; be sure to listen carefully. Interesting Monkey Facts: Zodiac Stone: Peridot Special Flower: Gladiola Best Hours: 3-5 pm Season: Summer Horoscope Colors: White, Violet, Green Click here for more of the Monkey in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Rooster The Rooster is always popular, extravagant and creative.. They can be brutally honest and generally like being showered with attention. They are wonderfully loyal friends and also give advice freely – whether they are asked for it or not! Family means the world to the Rooster and they are fiercely loyal to those they care about. Forecast for 2010 The Year of the Tiger will have mixed fortunes for the Rooster, but by staying calm, observant and flexible, the Rooster will glide through 2010 coming out much wiser, stronger and with great success behind him. He will be in much demand for his sage advice and experience and, at work, this will come to the notice of his employer. Many will also decide to go back to college this year or completely change the direction of their career. Travel features quite strongly with the Rooster seeking out adventure, fun and new places to visit. A word of caution: all Roosters must ensure that they don’t overdo things – exhaustion and a depleted immune system will result if proper rest isn’t taken. Home life will bring many joys and will be seen as a cosy sanctuary throughout the year. The Spring months and November and December will be excellent for intimate romantic encounters.. March and July to October will be the optimum time for making career decisions or to change jobs. Interesting Rooster Facts: Zodiac Stone: Citrine Special Flower: Aster Best Hours: 5-7 pm Season: Autumn Horoscope Colors: Orange, Green Click here for more of the Rooster in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Dog The Dog is wonderfully hard worker, a perfectionist and someone who loves the small details. He is also a bit anti-social, pessimistic and stubborn. They are one of the most honest and loyal signs of the Chinese zodiac and will always go to bat for a worthy cause. The Dog is a fantastic listener and his advice is usually very intuitive. Forecast for 2010 The Year of the Tiger will be an excellent one for all Dogs with a significant
improvement in fortune all year long. They must leave the past behind, for the Ox year was a challenging one, and look forward with optimism and determination. There will still be challenges this year for the Dog, as for all the signs, and it is important that he talk over any potential problems and worries rather than bottling them up. Socially, this is the Dog’s year to shine and many new strong friendships and alliances will be formed. The Year of the Tiger will see increased finances for the Dog with many receiving bonuses or even gifts throughout the year. However, it is important that he takes his time regarding financial matters, checking details and ensuring that he has read all the fine print. May to August will be very significant for single Dogs and all invitations should be carefully considered! September through November will have crucial career opportunities – don’t miss them! Recreational activities and hobbies will also feature strongly, with some able to turn their hobby into their career with great success. Interesting Dog Facts: Zodiac Stone: Diamond Special Flower: Marigold Best Hours of the day 7-9 pm Season: Autumn Horoscope Colors: Silver and Red Click here for more of the Dog in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope.  

The Pig The Pig is an innocent, sweet and lovable personality. They can also be quite melancholy and over-sensitive. The Pig loves the company of others, and adores parties, gossip and chit chat. They are highly intelligent, but prefer to keep this side of their nature under wraps. The Pig does not care that much for money, but is one of the zodiac signs that is very lucky. Forecast for 2010 The Pig loves activity and challenges and the Year of the Tiger will certainly provide this. There may be additional financial pressure on the Pig this year, but with prudent spending and consideration, this need not be a problem. The Pig is an open, friendly soul and very trusting, but this year he must be wary. It’s possible that gossip may prove too tempting or that he may listen to false advice, causing upset and trouble. Be guarded and careful this year! The Pig must ensure that he follows up all correspondence or financial dealings – to delay or overlook details will prove costly. Short, fun, unplanned trips will feature throughout the year and will be excellent for off-setting any stresses and pressure the Year of the Tiger may bring. Interest in spirituality and self-development will be to the fore and any opportunity to study and explore these should be taken. November to January will provide excellent opportunities for changing career direction or to find a new job. August to December will prove particularly social, with many fun occasions and opportunities to make new friends. Interesting Pig Facts Zodiac Stone: Ruby Special Flower: Chrysanthemum Best Hours: 9-11 pm Season: Autumn Horoscope Colors: Purple, Red, White Click here for more of the Pig in Chinese Zodiac Meets Western Astrology Horoscope. Click here for 2010 Daily Horoscope Predictions. http://www.wayangtimes.com/2010-year-of-the-tiger-chinese-zodiac-horoscope-forecast.html

Dangerous in Year of the Tiger 2010? Feng Shui Master: Bad Fortune for All Zodiacs 2009-11-09 15:17

SINGAPORE: According to Singapore famous Feng Shou Master Tan Khoon Yong in facebook, in the Year of Tiger 2010, all of the 12 Chinese Zodiacs are not good, If not cautious enough, may land in lawsuits, also need to beware of health problems. “In tiger year, Everybody's is quite hot tempered and emotional impulse, easy to affront other people, some people possibly will get rid to fight with others, therefore, everybody may land in lawsuits.” Tan told the reporter. In addition, Tan pointed out “Tiger Compete with Wind”. Therefore in the Year of Tiger, people will appear frequently in “wind” related indisposition, especially with skeleton related illness. In brief, everybody needs to be more careful in the Year of Tiger, also beware of health problems. Tiger has a bad fortune because of direct conflict with the God of Year (犯太岁) Among the zodiacs, the one who was born in year of tiger has a bad fortune, because of direct conflict with the God of Year. 1950 is the Year of the God, therefore the people who born in that year are even worst. Zodiac of Chicken has better fortune among all the zodiacs. “The Zodiac of Dog and Dragon have a higher risk to land in lawsuits.” “Everybody is not so good in 2010, everybody need to put more efforts in order to get return.” Famous Feng Shui Master Chan said. “People from some of the zodiacs may land in lawsuits and falling ill. Better fortune for Pig and Goat However, he mentioned that the fortune is quite good for people who born in Year of Pig and Goat. In Feng Shui Master Gwee’s opinion, different individual has a different fortune. “The fortune only can be predicted after viewing the individual’s Ba Zi (八字)” “Rabbit easy to falling ill because of followed by Star of Sickness, is the same thing for the Monkey which has Indirect Conflict with the God of Year (沖太岁)” He explained. However, Gwee has the same opinion that the Zodiac of Dog and Dragon have a higher risk to land in lawsuits.   Prediction of next year fortune of 12 Zodiacs by Master Tan Khoon Yong The Rat: Beware of villains. Guard against rumors. The Ox: Avoid marriage or it may cause you to lose the determination in achieving something. Also absent minded in doing thing, affect the routine life. The Tiger: Will having difficulties in coming 2 years. Next year will be a bad year, need to beware in everything. The Rabbit: Have Luck of Peach Blossom, need to beware of Inexorable fate bring by Peach Blossom. The Dragon: Surrounded by contingencies and make you feeling helpless. The Snake: Have Luck of Peach Blossom, may affect your reputation. The Horse Beware of health problems. Avoid disputes caused by words and guard against lawsuits. Need to be careful when handle any document. The Goat: Do not visit the sick and observe mourning, otherwise there are obstacles in career and human relationships. The Monkey: Fortune is not favorable this year. Need to be careful in driving, exercise and travel. The Rooster: Beware of villains and being framed. Be cautious of villains around you as they may lead you to make wrong decision. The Dog: The auspicious star is absence and full with villains. Luck and future is not favorable. Possessing a heart of righteousness will help you to overcome this year. The Pig: Beware of health problems. Beware of health of spouse too. There will be disputes between husband and wife.  MySinchew 2009.11.09
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