TIGER Horoscope Feb 8, 1902 to
Jan 28, 1903
Feb 5, 1962 to Jan 24, 1963
people are sympathetic, kind, emotional, and
sensitive. At movies, they can cry their eyes out! Despite their
kindness, they can be extremely short-tempered. The rage of Tigers is
terrible to behold but it also gives them the adrenaline needed for the
sublimest of bravery. The Tiger is also a deep thinker and can make the
most astonishing intellectual connections, with great mental agility. On
the negative side, they tend to be suspicious and a bit self-centered,
OK selfish, and indecisive. Above everything, however, the Tiger stands
as a supreme emblem of protection over human life, admirable always.
Soup and Oolong Tea are among the keys to good health.
Water Tigers do not go gently into the night. Full
of intelligence bordering on genius, they imagine a beautiful world and
know how to create it. Never liking to be alone, the gregarious Tigers
surround themselves with loyal friends who lend their undying support.
With such support, they can't help but prosper. A mercurial nature
sometimes makes them antsy, impatient, and quarrelsome over little
things. They do react very quickly, but also get over any ill feeling
just as quickly. They are generally fair, humane, and quite reasonable
in their dealings with people. They absolutely excel in the business
world. Love for the Water Tiger is like a restless rogue, flitting about
like a butterfly. You see, these Tigers are gypsies, always on the
lookout for something better down the road, fickle to the core. Smart
potential mates can catch them, however, and once this happens, Water
Tigers are capable of experiencing the normal highs and lows of love.
Famous TIGER people: Sun Yat-Sen, Jiang Zemin, Ho Chih
Minh,Princess Anne, General Charles de Gaulle, Charles Lindbergh,
Beethoven, Queen Beatrix, King Juan Carlos I, Jonas Salk, Queen