THE WATER DRAGON 1952 AND 2012
Water will have a calming effect on the Dragon’s fearless temperament. Water redirects the Dragon’s enthusiasm, and makes him more perceptive of others. Water Dragons are better equipped to step back to re-evaluate a situation. They understand the art of patience and do not seek the spotlight like other Dragons. They make smart decisions and often see eye-to-eye with other people. Their weakness is that if their actions go wrong they will likely not finish one project before starting another.
Possible partners for the Dragon to love include the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Snake, Horse, Monkey, and Pig. Partners that will not function without major friction include the Rabbit, fellow Dragons, Sheep, Dog and the Rooster or Cock.
Metal signs will collect Water, Water Signs will nourish Wood signs and quench Fire Signs. Water signs will be absorbed by Earth signs.
With just these few simple concepts the Water Dragon can seek the partner of their greatest compatibility
In short marry a Water Monkey or a Rat and avoid the Earth Dog.
Dragons are more likely than not egotistical and love to be the center of attention. Modesty is not one of their assets. The Dragon temper at its worst creates a bossy, dominating and authoritative being. They hate unsolicited advice and can be hopelessly tactless and insensitive to their lovers.
However in spite of the dark side to their power Dragons have an irresistible attraction. People love Dragons because they are generous, charismatic, irresistible, and brave. Standing in the presence of one can banish fear. They generate excitement anywhere they go. Free-spirited and impulsive they help others achieve their dreams. Most of us love to be around Dragons because they make us feel good.
Dragons are quick to fall in love, but never surrender their independence easily and as a result most of them live by themselves. However a smart, witty, and funny companion may intrigue the Dragon long enough to coax one to the altar.
On the positive side once the Dragon becomes committed, he is unlikely to ever leave.
The Chinese lunar calendar is considered to be the longest chronological record of time, dating back to 2637 BC when the zodiac was first introduced. Each Chinese lunar year is represented by an animal sign. Lord Buddha realizing he was about to reach the final level of enlightenment requested a meeting with all the animals of the world so he could bless them. Only twelve animals responded. In recognition of their devotion, Lord Buddha then named each year of the twelve-year cycle in their honor. Each year is named according to the order in which the animals appeared before him.
For centuries this system of five basic elements and twelve personality types has been used to help compatible couples find happiness and marital bliss. In the past matching was usually done by a village matchmaker. It is my intention to combine this ancient system of finding love with the modern internet.
Millions of people use internet matchmaking sites only to find matches half way around the world. For a fraction of the price, you can buy your personalizes Chinese astrology shirt and the shirts of those best suited for you and start to wear them. Who knows a Fire Rabbit may just walk up to you and say “I have been looking for you all my life” Or you may be wearing a Water Tiger shirt and someone absolutely perfect says, “Hey that’s my sign” So let my grand social experiment begin.