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2014 Year of the Horse

This will begin on the 31st of January 2014 and will end on the 18th of February in 2015.
Seventh in the cycle of the Zodiac, the Horse is the symbol of power.

Elements: Water, Fire, Earth Wood, Metal

Wood Horses: 2014

Occupying the 7th position on the Chinese Zodiac, the Horse symbolizes such character traits as strength, energy, and an outgoing nature.

Stable and strong, Wood Horses are better able to make decisions. They interact well with others; a trait that enables them to have more successful personal and professional relationships.

Horse people make very good friends. They are open-minded and honest when asked for their opinions.

Horses are extremely intelligent and capable of multi-tasking; however they don’t always finish what they start because they’re forever chasing the next opportunity. 

Horses, being spontaneous, have a tendency to fall fast and hard for others. They tend to give themselves fully in each new relationship; this exhausting trait mellows with age and relationships are stronger and more stable later in life.

Horses are compatible with a Dog or Tiger and incompatible with a Rat or Monkey.

Horoscope and Numerology Elements:
  Yin Yang: yang
  Auspicious Directions: northeast, southwest and northwest
  Lucky Colors: brown, yellow, purple; 

                      Avoid: blue, white, golden
  Lucky Numbers: 2, 3, 7; Avoid 1, 6, 5
  Lucky Flowers: calla lily, jasmine, marigold

Some Famous Horses:

Louisa May Alcott, Neil Armstrong, Jackie Chan, Chopin, Sean Connery, Davy Crockett, Clint Eastwood, Ella Fitzgerald, Harrison Ford, Aretha Franklin, Genghis Khan, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Isaac Newton, Sandra Day O'Connor, Rembrandt, Teddy Roosevelt, Jerry Seinfeld, John Travolta, Denzel Washington, Emma Watson, Oprah Winfrey    


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