The Year of The Rooster

Chinese Astrology Believers in Chinese astrology attribute a person’s personality characteristics to the profile of their birth year animal. It’s not that simple of course. According to the Chinese view of the world as being composed of opposites, the animals of the zodiac are divided equally: yin animals and yang. They are also linked with similar animals into categories called trines. In addition, each animal is connected to one of five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. The possible combination of animals and elements produces a 60-year cycle and a complicated system of astrology. People who are born in the Year of the Rooster are believed to have the following characteristics: They tend to be neat, meticulous, organized, self-assured, decisive, conservative, critical, perfectionists, alert and practical. They can also be critical, puritanical, egotistical, abrasive, proud and opinionated. ROOSTER YIN, (FIRE)