The Meaning of 2009
Horoscope for Week of January 5, 2009

The Sign of the Sheep in Chinese Astrology

The Sheep

The Eighth Sign of the Chinese Horoscope for those born in February 1907-1908, 1919-1920, 1931-1932, 1943-1944, 1955-1956, 1967-1968, 1979-1980, 1991-1992, 2003-2004. 2015-2016


There is no one nicer or more compassionate as the Sheep – the 8th sign of the zodiac. Some astrology books equate The Sign of The Sheep with the Sign of the Ram or The Sign of the Goat, but it is all the same as far as personality is concerned. Emotional, sentimental and mushy, Sheep correspond to the western sign of Cancer. Sheep are cuddly nurturers who can be sentimental and clingy. “Clingy”? Well perhaps a little overly mothering. But it’s because they care so much.

You can’t help but love the Sheep. They appear to be vulnerable and passive but they also have a keen sense of survival. Sometimes that passivity is a smoke screen. They carefully watch your every move and find interesting ways of using it to their advantage to manipulate you …. in the nicest way of course!

It is easy to seduce a Sheep. Or should I say easy for them to seduce you. They are incurable romantics and need someone loyal, trustworthy and cuddly. They can also use a cheerleader – someone who can pump them up and make them feel like they are number one.

Sheep worry a lot but that doesn’t prevent them from squandering hard earned money on feel good things. Ideally they should hire a strict financial advisor who puts them on an allowance. However, in the long run, Sheep really never have to worry about money because they have a knack for business. Things come easy for them. Could it be luck or talent? Maybe a combination of both.

The challenge for Sheep is to find ways of controlling their environment which greatly impacts their outlook and mood. Steady effort here can pay off handsomely.
The quest for self-knowledge has been a universal pursuit for millenniums. Who are we? Learn more about the 12 signs of the ancient Eastern zodiac, read: Chinese Astrology: Exploring the Eastern Zodiac.


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