Neil Somerville is the author of Your Chinese Horoscope 2018, published by Thorsons.
Neil Somerville has been writing the bestselling ‘Your Chinese Horoscope’ series since 1987 and, as his readers have discovered, these are no ordinary Horoscope books. Although they do contain predictions they also give much encouraging advice and this is what attracted Neil to Chinese horoscopes so many years ago. They are a great indicator of trends to come and, once aware of these, it is possible to adapt and benefit from this knowledge.
The start of the new Chinese year, the Year of the Dog, will be celebrated by many millions around the world and it promises to be a significant one.
Just as dogs are well-known for their defensive natures, defence will be a key issue and with the year experiencing some tricky and tense moments. However, many positive changes will also be seen and with exciting new developments set to benefit mankind. Dog years are progressive with causes championed and effects wide reaching. For many, there will be good chances to be had. To see how you will fare, look up the animal ruling your year of birth. As each Chinese year begins late in January or early February, if you were born around this time do check the actual year dates to find out which sign you were born under.
1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008
With charm, style and a friendly manner, Rats get on well with most. They are great at spotting opportunities and have good skills and judgment. Rats like company and particularly value family and social life.
A year of good chance and ....
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