DRAGON Horoscope Feb 8, 1940 to
Jan 26, 1941
Feb 5, 2000 to Jan 23, 2001
people are the most eccentric in the Chinese Zodiac.
Soaring high into the serene heavens, they can be stubborn, passionate,
excitable, honest, and brave, wear purple and walk barefoot in public
fountains. They listen to their own drummer, thank you very much, while
the rest of the world stands in amazement. People always admire their
individuality and feisty personality. Dragons are capable of doing great
work for mankind and they inspire trust in almost everyone. The Dragon
symbolizes life and growth and is said to bring the five blessings:
harmony, virtue, riches, fulfillment and longevity.
Chicken Soup and Bamboo Shoots are among keys to even greater good
From a young age, the Metal Dragon enjoyed the
fairy tale about Midas and has been smelling money ever since.
Everything these Dragons touch turns to gold. They hold top positions of
responsibility in their careers and are revered for their pearls of
wisdom and dynamic leadership. The Metal Dragon, you see, has always had
the "right stuff" to make it big, ambition, unflagging
enthusiasm, supreme confidence, intelligence, and the quirky creativity
necessary to make a beautiful life. Life is beautiful, no worries for
the Metal Dragon, who is one of the few who experience the freedom of
true security. Love and Romance are anointed, too, by "the
touch." Both male and female Metal Dragons make good lovers. The
Male is very expressive and needs to be the major focus of attention for
his loved one. The female spends hours lost in romantic daydreams about
idyllic love affairs, slow dancing under moonlight nights, intoxicated
by the headiness of champagne. Love, too, is smooth sailing for these
Famous Dragon People: Ringo Starr, Edward Heath, Dr. Seuss, John
Lennon, Harold Wilson, Helen Keller, Pearl S. Buck, Salvador Dali,
Francois Mitterrand, Hosni Mubarek, Maya Angelou.