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Gone is the Year of the Tiger and in hops the Year of the Rabbit – 2011 –
which could lead us into peace and prosperity, or, like Alice, deep down into
People born in the Year of the Rabbit are articulate, talented, and ambitious.
They are virtuous, reserved, and have excellent taste. Rabbit people are
admired, trusted, and are often financially lucky. They are fond of gossip but
are tactful and generally kind. Rabbit people seldom lose their temper. They
are clever at business and being conscientious, never back out of a contract.
They would make good gamblers for they have the uncanny gift of choosing
the right thing. However, they seldom gamble, as they are conservative and
wise. They are most compatible with those born in the years of the Sheep,
Pig, and Dog.

1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999

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Comment by SydTheSkeptic on January 1, 2011 at 1:08pm

This brings me comfort.  Maybe cuz I'd rather we always be living in a year of cute furry critters rather than years of fearsome predators.  Seems like that's been most years, if ya catch m' drift.   :o)

Thanks. This was cool.

Were you born in a year of the rabbit?

Comment by jinboy on January 1, 2011 at 8:27pm

i knew i heard year of the rabbit before and then i see 1987 in the list heheee im a wabbit


theres no elmur fudd in these star signs is there LOL

Comment by Arkian Michael on January 2, 2011 at 8:18am
Comment by jinboy on January 3, 2011 at 3:13am
In the year of the cow, we had mad cow disease. In the year of the bird, we had bird flu. In the year of the pig, we had swine flu. No wonder we're screwed in 2012, it's the year of the dragon!
Comment by Arkian Michael on January 3, 2011 at 11:03pm

Thats my Buddy, brings forth the enevitable topic lining up with some future reality stricken with conflick yet leaving room for greater good to appear, at least I prey.

Fêng"-shu`i (?), n. [Chin. feng wind + shiu water.] A system of spirit influences for good and evil believed by the Chinese to attend the natural features of landscape; also, a kind of geomancy dealing with these influences, used in determining sites for graves, houses, etc

Dragons, benevolent and powerful, are the most striking creature in Chinese mythology. The Emperor of China used as his symbol the Imperial Dragon, a supreme beast with five claws instead of the four on lesser creatures. A Supreme Imperial Dragon on a desk asserts its owner dominance into the subconcious of anyone standing before it. It is the very epitome of power, masculinity, and wealth



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