Fire Rabbit 1927 and 1987
Fire Rabbits are magnetic and mysterious. They have a burning desire to live life to its fullest. They are active and adventurous and crave anything that sparks their creativity or curiosity. Fire Rabbits can throw tantrums when provoked; usually they work very hard to avoid conflict and unpleasant confrontations. Fire Rabbits are charming and tend to ignore their emotions but will speak up when they find it necessary.
The Rabbit lover will never wear his heart on his sleeve. The Rabbit seems aloof, but is in reality sensual and loving – their tough facade protects a tender interior. Rabbit folk are romantic and at the same time realistic, their generosity usually has strings attached. . Rabbits male or female are strong individuals, often sensitive and intuitive. Their nurturing instinct compels them to protect others; they have a natural love of home and family.
Rabbits are easily moved to tears by words, thoughts or actions. They are deeply sensitive people who forever shun conflict. Rabbits tend to be moody and are often influenced by their friends. They are very sexual and intimate people despite their cool exterior. Despite their youthful wildness, they will commit themselves readily to a partner for life.
The Rabbit needs a partner who is affectionate and loving. They enjoy being pampered. A partner who shares the style and sophistication of the Rabbit will make a good lover for him.
Wood signs will feed Fire, Water Signs will quench their heat. Earth signs will be created by Fire, Metal Signs will be melted by Fire.
With just these few simple concepts the Fire Rabbit can seek the partner of their greatest compatibility
In matters of love Fire Rabbits fare best with other Rabbits, Ox, Tiger, Snake, Sheep, Dog or Pig. . Avoid the Rat, Horse, Monkey and the Rooster.
In short marry a Wood Rabbit or Snake.
Rabbits are above all other things private individuals; they can be introverted and withdrawn. People born into this sign would rather work behind-the-scenes. They rarely seek the center of attention in any situation. The Rabbit is not a recluse; they are often reasonably friendly individuals who enjoy the company of a group of good friends. They can be very charming at a business dinner or a holiday party. Rabbits just like to be a part of the gang but shun any leadership of it.
Rabbit Years are fourth in the Chinese astrological cycle, following Tiger Years, and recur every twelfth year. Though the starting day of the year may vary the majority of people born in the years 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987 and 1999 are Rabbits.
Rabbits, like their animal counterparts, are calm people who do not exhibit aggressive behavior and avoid confrontation at all costs. Even when angry about something, a Rabbit will approach the situation calmly and considerately, hardly ever raising his voice or becoming visibly annoyed.
This serenity often causes the Rabbits to seemingly miss things, however, the Rabbit is quite keen and pays very close attention to the situations developing around him. He is intelligent and quick and can talk himself in or out of most any dangerous situations with no problem.
The Rabbit is the most stylish creatures of the Chinese Signs and finds interest in many different cultures. Classy and sophisticated, he can be found adorning one of the latest fashion magazine cover looks. Rabbits also like artistic ventures, such as painting and music and are most generally quite involved in these worlds. They love to express themselves, which is evident to anyone who has ever joined them for an evening of conversation.
The Chinese name-TU, the sign of peace is the mark of the Rabbit. March is the month of the Rabbit and their Western astrological counterpart is Pisces.
The Rabbit is keen, wise, fragile, tranquil, serene, considerate, fashionable, but is known to be sneaky and obsessive