Chinese Astrology: Love and Date a Dragon


The Dragon

Are You a Match for a Dragon?

Are you a Snake, an Ox, a Tiger or a Ram? Check out the years associated with all the Chinese signs and see if you’re a match for the Dragon. Each sign represents a whole year.

Rat (1960, 1972, 1984)

The Dragon and the Rat make a lovely, mutually respectful pair. The Dragon loves the spotlight and being the center of attention, and the rat compliments that without getting lost in the shuffle.

Ox (1961, 1973, 1985)

The Ox is orderly and organized, and the Dragon flies by the seat of his/her pants. However, if one doesn’t try to control the other, their differences can actually complement each other. Want to learn more about your love life from a Chinese astrology point of view? Talk with psychic and astrologer Quinn ext. 5484 to learn more.

Tiger (1962, 1974, 1986)

You and the Dragon are an exciting pair—both full of life, sociable and ambitious. This pair can last, but if trust is lost or one pushes the other too hard, it’s not likely that you’ll kiss and make up.

Rabbit (1963, 1975, 1987)

The Rabbit and the Dragon can be a mutually supportive pair, and the Rabbit doesn’t mind taking a backseat to the Dragon, but the Rabbit requires constant reassurance—something the Dragon is not consistent in giving.

Dragon (1964, 1976, 1988)

Two Dragons together make a dynamic duo. Neither of you need each other; you want to be together because it’s a perfect match.

Snake (1965, 1977, 1989)

Both you and the Dragon enjoy a mutual admiration and have similar intellect and energy. As long as the Snake doesn’t feel left behind in any way, they will support the Dragon’s endeavors and vice versa.

Horse (1966, 1978, 1990)

You and the Dragon enjoy travel and a love of life. The Dragon can demand respect, and that may leave the Horse feeling trapped. An open discussion of expectations is necessary to make it work.  [keep reading]

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