Feb 3, 1916 to Jan 22, 1917
Jan 31, 1976 to Feb 17, 1977
Dragon 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 health!
Downright electrifying, Fire Dragons breathe
vigor and power. These natural leaders smile at adversity, turn complainers into
optimists, and lead lives as inspired as a Beethoven Sonata. They are square
shooters in dealing with individuals and are often called upon to mediate
disputes. Because they care so much about people, Fire Dragons like to support
charitable causes and bring friends together for elegant evening soirees. These
Dragons are fired with ambition, unflagging enthusiasm, and intelligence and
enjoy most impressive careers as a result. Despite all the money they make,
Finance is a big question mark. Money is easy come easy go. Until they control
their spending habits, money will just go flying in the wind. Romantics at
heart, Fire Dragons can't help playing Matchmaker. They're pretty lucky, too! As
for themselves, they ooze charisma and never need anyone to fix them up.
Successful in love, often placed on pedestals, Fire Dragons are attractive and
have fire in the belly. The opposite sex feels very secure.
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.