DRAGON Horoscope Feb 16, 1904 to
Feb 3, 1905
Feb 13, 1964 to Feb 1, 1965
people are the most eccentric in the Chinese Zodiac.
Soaring high into the serene heavens, they can be stubborn, passionate,
excitable, honest, and brave, wear purple and walk barefoot in public
fountains. They listen to their own drummer, thank you very much, while
the rest of the world stands in amazement. People always admire their
individuality and feisty personality. Dragons are capable of doing great
work for mankind and they inspire trust in almost everyone. The Dragon
symbolizes life and growth and is said to bring the five blessings:
harmony, virtue, riches, fulfillment and longevity.
Chicken Soup and Bamboo Shoots are among keys to even greater good
Dragons are majestic creatures. These Dragons are
the chivalrous knights and guardian angels of life, generous with their
friendship, compassionate, even heroic, in their deeds. Showing great
tolerance towards others, they move easily among all social strata and
travel extensively, opening their minds to new things. Brave as
matadors, their courageous lives are truly inspiring. Natural curiosity
leads Wood Dragons to pursue very interesting career paths. The
dichotomy is they are successful human beings but not all that
successful in their careers, despite all the help they get from friends
and mentors. Fortune comes to them anyway! Now, as you know, the chances
of winning the lottery are pretty slim, but Wood Dragons just might do
it. Rainy days or sunny, good fortune seems to shine on these money
magnets, just like magic. The Wood Dragon is steady as a rock when it
comes to Love & Relationships. They just don't believe in love at
first sight. To them, love, relationships, and marriage follow a
progressive course, evolving naturally and slowly out of friendship.
Once the love bug catches them, their love is deep and passionate. The
Wood Dragon partner is loving and supportive of the loved one's needs
and love is never taken for granted.
Famous Dragon People: Ringo Starr, Edward Heath, Dr. Seuss, John
Lennon, Harold Wilson, Helen Keller, Pearl S. Buck, Salvador Dali,
Francois Mitterrand, Hosni Mubarek, Maya Angelou.