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Today is Chinese New Year and heralds the start of the Year of the Rat - one of the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac.
Unlike Western astrology, each sign of the Chinese zodiac 'rules' over an entire year, bringing with it particular energy to everything that occurs over the next 12 months.
Year - Rat - Signals - Fortune - 'Rat
As might be expected, the Year of the Rat signals good fortune for those born in the 'Rat' years of 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996 and 2008. It also influences the fortunes of the other 11 animal signs, depending on their relationship with the Rat.
The Horse, for example, will need extra protection this year, while the Ox, an ally of the Rat, will feel like it is being heard this year.
Kay - Tom - Master - Shui - Horoscopes
Here, Kay Tom, a Leicester-based master in feng shui and horoscopes at The Energy Specialist, reveals exactly what the next 12 months holds in store for each of the 12 signs of the zodiac.
THE RAT: 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
Rat - Character - Mind - Preference - Initiative
The Rat is a very independent character that knows his own mind and has a preference to working alone and on his own initiative. For this reason someone born in the year of the Rat will be the one to come up with the ideas this year and one to be keen to action them. The Rat is very comfortable with the responsibility 2020 places on his shoulders and his confidence gains as a consequence. This therefore is a good year to seek promotion for the Rat.
When he does work in a team the Rat prefers the company of the Monkey, a light hearted and very social fellow and the Dragon who is known for his entrepreneurial skills. The Rat also likes the company of the Ox, who tends to help him to stay grounded and to...
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