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The Chinese Horoscope Tiger: Sign Of Greatness

{written by : Henry Fong}

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Were you born in the year of the tiger? Are you curious what that means for you? If so, this article can help explain the Chinese horoscope tiger to all of you tigers out there!





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Were you born in the year of the tiger? Are you curious what that means for you? If so, this article can help explain the Chinese horoscope tiger to all of you tigers out there!

For thousands of years, the lunar cycle- based zodiac has been used in China. Because it takes the lunar cycle twelve years to complete, there are twelve animal symbols. Your Chinese horoscope is determined by the year you were born instead of the month like in our western zodiac.

Under each sign, the characteristics of occurrences in people and events correspond with the traits of that animal. The myth of how the twelve signs were chosen originated with Buddha. Before he departed from this world, he invited all the animals to a great feast. Only twelve were present. Buddha named each year after all of the twelve animals in the order by which they arrived. The tiger was the third animal to arrive.

Tigers are very compassionate, supportive, and tenderhearted. They are without a doubt the lovers of the Chinese zodiac. The tiger is very alert and attentive to the world around them. Thoughtful and reflective, they have great intelligence. Tigers are fiercely loyal, and are very assertive. They will defend their loved ones boldly and vigorously. A tiger knows what it wants and is not afraid to go after it. They make passionate lovers and true friends. Conversely, they can also be hot headed, stubborn, and impulsive.

The natural elements that impact the world around them are also integrated into the Chinese horoscope system. This means that in the Chinese zodiac, you are not just a tiger, but a distinct type of tiger. Fire tigers are prone to short tempers but are full of presence and spirit. The water tiger is a social, brilliant visionary. Earth tigers are true workaholics, but they are also perceptive and composed. The metal tiger is very competitive, affectionate, and generous. Finally, the wood tiger is your endearing and amusing best friend.

Tigers do well with careers as explorers, actors, politicians, daredevils, writers, and actors. Marilyn Monroe and Dwight D. Eisenhower were two famous tigers. When you are looking for compatibility, it would be wise for the tiger to avoid snakes, monkeys, and the ox. Instead, find true love with a dog, horse, pig, rabbit, or dragon.

If these qualities sound like you, you must be a true tiger! Considering the Chinese horoscope tiger is such a versatile and likeable character, you should be proud! Keep moving stealthily through life, but be on the alert for troublesome monkeys!


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Henry Fong
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