a personal horoscope
| THE DRAGON
|The Years of the Dragon
Compatibility with Other Signs
|Dragon & Rat
The support the Rat can give the Dragon will make the partnership very successful. As the
Dragon aims for his ideals, the Rat will ensure his cash-flow is smooth and his household
The grave Ox will be in total state of anxiety when dealing with the Dragon and his
visions. If the Ox can be in charge of the nitty-gritty, then their roles will be better
The Dragon and the Tiger need better understanding of each other to work or live together.
Their plans can coincide but it needs major tolerance from the Tiger because tolerance is
not a word the Dragon has in his dictionary.
If the Dragon can respect the Rabbit for what he is, he will benefit a great deal from the
sound counsel and diplomatic Rabbit.
A Dragon will appreciate another Dragon as there will be understanding but who leads and
also who will be willing to follow is the major issue.
Here is a passionate combination. They will keep each other on their toes. Once respect is
attained, the shrewd Snake can advise the Dragon of the pitfalls in his path and keep him
from falling into them.
The spirited Horse will appreciate the leadership qualities of the Dragon but he has to
allow the Dragon to set the pace and take the lead for partnerships to succeed.
The blunt Dragon will constantly upset the Sheep. The lack of discipline in the Sheep will
infuriate the Dragon. But once stirred up , they can both be equally single minded for a
The Dragon will fair well with the Monkey as his general, his C.E.O or his wife. His
inexhaustible energy and wit will be a match for the Dragon and this could be a
partnership that could lead to great prosperity.
In the Dragon the Rooster will find the person he will respect. The Rooster recognises the
leadership qualities of the Dragon and will gladly support him in his endeavours. The
Dragon will benefit from the discipline of the Rooster and his business acumen.
The Dragon with his irrational and explosive manners will make the Dog fight shy of him.
Although his loyalty will be admired by the Dragon, the Dog will not put up with the
ostentatious Dragon and will be cynical of the high goals set by the Dragon. The Dragon
will therefore feel less confident in a Dogs presence.
The Dragon will spark a fire in the heart of
the Boar and can make the Boar stir to achieve the desires he had harboured. The Boar will
appreciate the excebearance the Dragon has and the Dragon will bask in the loving and
passionate attention of the Boar exuberance.