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Crowing Into the Year of the Fire Rooster

There are twelve Chinese Zodiac animal signs in total but the Rooster takes centre stage this coming February of 2017. No matter how different these animals pan out in physical appearance, they share one common effect when the fold of the Lunar New Year takes place. They encourage the ability in us to adapt to changes and help bring out the best outcomes in areas of health, wealth, relationships and career.

For those born in Years of the Rooster (1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005 & 2017), you can anticipate your personal wealth growing in leaps and bounds as several opportunities could come knocking at your door. You will also find many reliable people around who will help lift you up in areas of life that matter the most. However, not everything is going to be a bed of roses as there is a chance your health may be affected. Let’s take a closer look at each aspect in detail.

Below is the infographic that shows how Qi in 2017 will affect you and your family in areas of health, wealth, relationship and career.


In the area of personal wealth, the combined influence of the Grand Duke Star and Golden Lock Star could mean that a lot of opportunities will fall on your lap in the Year of the Fire Rooster. Although you may have to brave through obstacles to get to where you want to be financially, wealth will come to you easier than it will to others.

While there may be a chance of you losing some initial money, you would have strong finances to fall back on. It will be a constant reminder to you to manage your finances wisely in order to make sure that you have a safety net in the event of unfortunate circumstances. You also stand to lose money should you be greedy in the investment trade, so remember to tread carefully.


As long as you practice diligence at the workplace, your career progression will reflect in a positive manner. Everyone has aspirations but you should avoid building castles in the air and focus on tasks at hand to achieve success.

This is because these over ambitious aspirations can be wild and involve hasty decision-making, ultimately hampering your efforts and potentially setting you back greatly. It is also important that you nurture relationships with superiors, colleagues and subordinates so that you all are able to build something great collectively.


In terms of relationships, there would not be much turbulence for you in 2017. If you happen to be in a romantic relationship or have tied the knot, you should be more enthusiastic about keeping the flames of love alive. It will help you foster a healthier and harmonious bond with your partner or spouse.

It is also advisable to spend quality time with your partner as an acknowledgement of a meaningful and treasured relationship. On the other hand, if you are single, this would be the best time for you to expand your social circle and finally find someone who is equally attracted to you as you are to them.


The Sword Edge Star is quite prevalent in 2017 and it is a call for you to pay more attention to your health, particularly the state of your urinary system. There will be a risk of an infection developing in this area of your body.

You would also have to be very careful when manning sharp objects or tools as you are especially prone to injuries from things of this sort. If caution is not exercised, there may be a strong chance of you getting hurt and losing lots of blood. For females born in The Rooster Year, they would need to keep a close watch on their maternal health.

Overall, it looks like a promising year ahead for those born in The Rooster Year. A recommendation that would cap the year off perfectly would be to commit to making lifestyle changes that have taken the backseat lately. It will teach you to be more relaxed so as to increase overall productivity. If you want to learn about your Zodiac sign projections for the year ahead and how it all comes together with your BaZi chart, visit and start embodying the change that you want to see in you.

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