Dragon Zodiac

Fifth in Chinese Horoscope Signs order

Hours ruled by the Dragon: 7 A.M to 9 A.M.
Direction of its sign: East-Southeast.
Season and principal month: Spring-April.
Fixed element: Wood.
Stem: Positive.
Western zodiac equivalent: Aries.
Lucky birthstones: Amethyst.

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Chinese Zodiac of Dragon

Dragon Personality:

Born in the only mythical creature in the Chinese zodiac, Dragon symbolizes Emperor and strengh. They are born leaders and have the natural charisma. Dragon is one of the most popular and active sign of the zodiac. Dragon people like to do everything on a grand scale. They are executors. Idealistic and proud, Dragon is someone you want when something big needs to be done. They are full of energy and love being the centre of attention. They think in large terms and have big dreams. People born in the year of Dragon will be blessed with luck, and we certainly want them on our side.

Although Dragons  are not deep, cunning, or guileful, they are most known for their bravery and strengh. When others leave the field of battle the Dragon takes a step forward to solve the problem with authority and dignity. Just like the Snake, Dragon is a karmic sign, which means his life ends in triumph or tragedy as his past actions dictate.

Dragons have strong personalities. They are gifted, talented, dynamic, courageous, colorful and charismatic. Many consider Dragon extremely lucky and blessed. It is unlikely for Dragon people to go unnoticed from a party or a social meeting. Their self confidence and unique attitude will always work wonders in such situations. It is difficult to compete with people who born under the sign of the Dragon.

They are usually energetic, healthy and strong. Better yet, Dragon people are also very lucky. In fact, their luck often helps them to get what they want. Competition thrills them and they are often driven by their strong will to win. Nevertheless, Dragons can also be overconfident, so they sometimes overlook the possible upset and plots that could overthrow them. And although Dragon people refuse to admit this, the truth is, this group of people don’t take failure gracefully.

As a Dragon people, they are a perfectionist, proud, egotistical and born thinking that they are perfect, and this makes them quite inflexible. Dragons usually set up extremely high rules and standards to live by. Dragons are aggressive and determined, and they are definitely not the sit-and-wait and slow-but-sure types. Dragons are always making the news. Being creatures of action, they motivate others too.

Dragons know what they want and always seize the moment. To Dragons, regulations and rules are made for others only. They live, act, talk, and think big, and this can prevent them from accepting help when they really need it the most. Others can perceive the Dragons as being over-demanding and selfish at times. Dragons are capable of doing many great works for mankind and they need you to believe in them. To Chinese, Dragon also symbolizes life and growth and is believed to bring the five blessings: harmony, riches, fulfillment, virtue and longevity.

An angry Dragon is capable of blowing your house down! Even when he swears not to breathe a word of it, you can be sure he will blurt it out when he gets angry and the sparks begin to fly. Usually nothing will keep Dragon down for long. They are strong, overconfident, brash, outspoken, impetuous, dogmatic, impatient, unreasonable, and insensitive. Many  parents hope to have a Dragon child, it is no wonder every Dragon year has the highest birth rate in China. So dont be surprised if you find your class or school has Dragon to be the largest students than the others.


Famous Dragon:
Anthony Quinn, Bruce Lee, Deng Xiao Ping, Edgar Allan Poe, Frank Sinatra, Francisco Franco,
John Lennon, King Constantine, Kirk Douglas, Lee Shien Lung, Li Kha-Shing, Queen Margarethe II.

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