Gung Hei Fat Choi, Happy New Year! And happy year of the Dragon. What does this mean? Means, good luck, always good luck… and bad luck, there’s always bad luck.
Gung Hei Fat Choi, Happy New Year! And happy year of the Dragon. What does this mean? Means, good luck, always good luck… and bad luck, there’s always bad luck. If you should know anything about Chinese astrology know this, good luck, bad luck, bad luck good luck. Got it? Good.
According to the Borneo Press, “astrologers predict [year of the water dragon will] be a smooth but potential year for natural disasters.” (See what I mean?)
The Wall Street Journal quoting a Hong Kong brokerage firm predicts: “Though the Year of the Dragon is traditionally considered auspicious, there are likely to be countervailing forces at work… The reason; this particular dragon year is associated with water, which is far less lucky for investing than other elements like fire and metal.” (Dammit!)
The Jarkarta Press says: “Things look shaky … a year of political instability, volatile business and devastating natural disasters.” (Yikes, where is the good luck?)
Okay so as you see the Dragon year maybe a little iffy…
So lets look at those born in the year of the Dragon. You’d be a dragon if you were born in the years: 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012. Dragon people “have a natural charisma and are certainly gifted with power and luck. It is unlikely for them to escape unnoticed from a party or to take a second place in a competition. (via gotohoroscope.com)”
And here are a few famous Dragons.
MLK born 1929 (luanar Chinese New Year usually falls late in Jan or early Feb)
Sigmund Freud born 1856
Mary Louise Parker born 1964
And perhaps the best known Dragon, Kung Fu legend, Bruce Lee (born 1940). To sum up the Year of the Dragon, watch this clip, its my prediction for what’s in store this year. Hi Ya!