The Dragon is a key element in Chinese culture. A creature of myth and legend. the symbol of good fortune and sign of intense power, the Oriental Dragon is regarded as a divine beast
Believed to be a deliverer of good fortune and a master of authority, those people born in Dragon years are to be honored and respected.
The Dragon is the fifth animal in the astrological cycle, Dragon Years follow the Rabbit and recur every twelfth year. Though the starting day of the year may vary the majority of people born in the years 1904 * 1916 * 1928 * 1940 * 1952 * 1964 * 1976 * 1988 * 2000 are considered Dragons.
Dragons are the free spirits of the Zodiac. Conformation is a Dragon’s curse.
Rules and regulations are made for others. Restrictions extinguish the creative spark that burns brightly in their life.
Dragons must be free and uninhibited. The Dragon is a beautiful creature, colorful and flamboyant.
A bundle of energy, gifted and utterly irrepressible, everything Dragons do is on a grand scale
Their behavior is natural and isn’t meant for show. Confident and fearless in the face of challenge, they are almost inevitably successful.
Dragons usually make it to the top.
A Dragons’ generous personalities give them the ability to attract many friends, but they can be rather solitary people at heart.
Often to their own detriment A Dragon’s self-sufficiency can mean that he or she has no need for close bonds with other people.
The month of the Dragon is April and as such their Western astrological counterpart is Aries
Dragons can be innovative. enterprising, flexible, self-assured. brave, passionate, conceited, tactless, scrutinizing and quick-tempered.
The simple Chinese Character for Dragon can speak if you listen.