Years of the Chinese Zodiac Every dog has his or her day, as the adage goes. No one can constantly have good luck or suffer from poor luck. There are ups and downs in life, and you should take advantage of the possibilities that come your way in the year of good fortune. The year and age of best luck for each of the 12 zodiac signs are shown here. Age will have no effect on your luck if you are a rat, because you are born with a lucky star. If you know your sign, you can use this information to benefit yourself this year.
The year of the rooster is considered to be very lucky, but only if you are a chicken or a duck. If you are a ram, pig, or ox, this would be an unlucky year in which to seek good fortune. Rats, snakes, and tigers don't feel the need to consider any particular year lucky or not. Of all the animals, humans are most likely to claim that some particular year is especially fortunate; yet even they sometimes have bad years. It's all about perspective - if you look at everything together, the curve of fortune tends to rise rather than fall.
It's also important to note that these are just general trends for each animal. Your own experience may vary greatly from what is described here. For example, while rats usually do not enjoy being told their years are unlucky, mine did when I was young.
The year of your birth sign is said to be one of the most unfortunate years of your life, according to Chinese astrology. People born in their zodiac year are supposed to anger Tai Sui, the God of Age, and incur his curse. According to tradition, people born in an unlucky year will also have an unhappy fate.
An example given by some sources is that if you were born in 1935, then you would be very sad all your life because that's when China started using her nuclear weapons. Another source says that if you were born in 1995, then you would be lucky enough to live until at least 35 since that's when Earth will be out of energy and need replacing.
In reality, it depends on what day you were born on. If you were born during a bad month for your zodiac animal, then you will have an unlucky year. But if you were born during a good month, then it won't make much difference. For example, someone who was born in January could possibly find themselves angry at the God of Age if they lived in a country with an old culture like China. However, someone who was born in August could possibly find themselves lucky enough to live till at least 35 since that's when Earth will be replaced soon anyway.
Overall, your year is considered unlucky if it falls within certain numbers.
The rabbit has traditionally been thought to be the luckiest Chinese zodiac sign, but recent study suggests otherwise. According to Lott, Australia's official lottery operator, people born in the year of the Rat had the best chance of winning the lotto last year. June 24th, 2020 is when this prediction will come true if it holds true.
Other signs that are believed to be lucky include the Snake and Horse. The Snake is considered very lucky because it is said that it can survive being buried up to its neck in sand. The Horse is considered lucky because it is believed that if a person meets a young maiden, it means that they will find love soon. Males are expected to give the girl a gift after she has saved them from danger or distress.
There are 12 animals in total in the Chinese zodiac which includes the Rabbit, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Cat, Dragon, and Tiger. Each animal corresponds with a different trait. For example, the Rabbit is believed to be lucky because it lives in warrens and holes in the ground where it feels safe. The Snake is lucky because it can survive on its own without anyone's help and it doesn't need money to live happily.
In conclusion, although rabbits may seem like they have the most luck of all the Chinese zodiac signs, it's actually the Rats that are predicted to win the most lotto prizes.
Rabbit-born individuals had the second best chance, followed by Monkey-, Dragon-, Snake-, and Tiger-born people.
Rats were found to have the worst luck. They outnumbered other signs at the top of the ladder with 42 percent of all winners. Only two other signs - Monkeys and Lions - appeared in the list more than Rats.
The study concluded that if you want to win the lotto, be one of these four animal signs: Rat, Monkey, Dragon or Snake. Also, consider these elements: Fire for Rats, Wood for Monkeys, Metal for Dragons, and Earth for Snakes. Of course, you can also combine these traits to create your own lucky number.
Here are the top 10 countries by average income per person: United States, Canada, China, India, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, and Italy.
China's average income is now almost as much as America's, even though China has more than five times as many people. The country's economy is growing very fast, which must be bringing down the average.
People born in their zodiac year are said to anger Tai Sui, the God of Age, and so incur his curse, according to Chinese astrology. It is said to bring only ill luck. As a result, Chinese astrology devotees pay great attention to their behavior every twelfth year of their life, i.e., during their birth sign years. For example, if you were born in 1986, it means that you should take care not to be angry with people then.
In fact, there are two curses that can be incurred by Tai Sui's disciples: one is physical illness, the other is emotional distress. If you find yourself afflicted with either one of these, you might want to consider how you have offended Tai Sui. You could make amends by praying for him or her, for example.
The idea of incurring God's curse is quite different from what we know as "sin" in Christianity. There is no need to feel guilty if you have angered Tai Sui because he has chosen you to suffer its consequences. The only thing that matters is that you express your regret to him/her later on.
Besides, even if you have offended Tai Sui deeply, it will not prevent you from getting blessings from him/her. In fact, the more you honor him/her with your love and prayers, the faster you will see his/her presence around you.