Monday, September 27, 2010

Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - The RABBIT

1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011.

5am to 7am (05:00 to 06:59)

Lucky for:
* exercise
* planning your day, finances and business affairs
* looking at long-term goals and priorities
* lovemaking and fertility

gregarious, gossipers, home-loving, hoarders, intelligence, elusiveness, wily, quiet, wise, docile, astute, thoughtful, refined, conservative, self-preservation.

cunning, fussy, possessive, obsessive, snobbish

Rams and Pigs


The Rabbit’s nature is one of contradiction, with it being social, gregarious and friendly some times, and at other times it is party wallflower.

Rabbits instinctively avoid confrontation, and scurry away at the soonest sniff.  They also try to avoid getting involved in arguments and disputes.

Rabbits enjoy watching from the sidelines, while watching and listening to all, intently.  They know all the latest gossip.

The Rabbit is the great breeder of the zodiac menagerie, and the Rabbit puts home and family first  -  although they have a tendency to travel afar, they always want to get home as quickly as possible.

Rabbits tend to live in the same place for many, many years, and dislike upheaval of any kind.

Rabbits have a wily intelligence and use it to get themselves out of sticky situations.  Rabbits have a tendency to hoard things and enjoy ‘gathering’, as in shopping, shopping and more shopping.

Rabbits make great friends and excellent business partners.

Rabbits relish long-term relationships with loving parents, although they are not the most sensual of signs.  Their desire is to grow and mature alongside life partner.  Often, the Rabbit fears getting involved fully.  Oxen and Rats are the signs best suited to the Rabbit’s ways.

Snakes would be too emotionally draining for the Rabbit, and a fellow Rabbit would be too elusive to allow themselves to be caught.

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