|Animal||Years||Positive Traits||Negative Traits||Famous People||Characteristics and Health Risks|
| James Baldwin
On the surface, some Rats may appear reserved, even placid, but they are never as quiet as they may seem. Something is always going on inside that sharp mind. Actually, the Rat is easily agitated but able to maintain self-control, which explains why he is so popular and has such a multitude of friends.
In 2015 pay attention to your physical condition, especially in May and September. Take special care when crossing the street and driving. Your kidney and urinary system may feel uncomfortable at the beginning of the year. Those with a weak immune system keep to a healthy diet and regular exercise.
| Adolf Hitler
The Ox symbolizes the attainment of prosperity through fortitude and hard work. A person born during this year will be dependable, calm and methodical. A patient and tireless worker, he sticks to routine and conventions. Although he is generally fair-minded and a good listener, it is difficult to persuade him to change his views as he is stubborn and often has strong prejudices.
Easily injured in 2015. Mountain climbing and similar potentially hazardous activities should be avoided. Care should also be taken when using home appliances to avoid possible fires. Regular physical examinations are advisable. In particular, females should see a doctor regularly to avoid any gynecological disorders. Males should take enough rest, keep a healthy diet and regular exercise to avoid any kidney problems.
| Alec Guinness
In Eastern cultures, the Tiger symbolizes power, passion and daring. A rebellious, colorful and unpredictable character, he commands awe and respect from all quarters. This fearless and fiery fighter is revered as the sign that wards off the three main dangers to a household: fire, thieves and ghosts.
Most Tiger people will be in good physical condition in 2015. May be prone to water sport accidents so be careful. Females may injure their faces or bones in January and July. Pregnant women should stay at home to avoid miscarriage. Tiger people should do regular exercise to keep fit in daily life. If uncomfortable see a doctor immediately.
| Ali MacGraw
George C. Scott
A person born in the year of the Rabbit is considered very fortunate. The Rabbit, or Hare as he is referred to in Chinese mythology, serves as the symbol of longevity and is said to derive his essence from the moon.
In 2015 physical condition is generally good, but chronic diseases may require attention. In February and August be careful when traveling or mountain climbing to prevent foot injuries. When feeling tired get good rest and keep fit. Lightly spiced food is best.
| GB Shaw
The mighty and magnificent Dragon of mythical folklore never ceases to enchant us or stir our imaginations. So it must be said that some of its magical qualities, illusory or not, are contained in those born under its sign.
Constipation or other digestive system problem may occur due to greasy, hot or spicy food in 2015. Especially susceptible are dragons born in 1928, 1964 and 1988. This is a busy year, but dragons need to spare enough time for a good rest. You should be very careful in traveling in case of any incident, especially in March, June, September and December.
| Henry Fonda
John F. Kennedy
Philosopher, theologian, political wizard, wily financier—the Snake person is the deepest thinker and the enigma of the Chinese cycle. He is endowed with an inborn wisdom; he’s a mystic in his own right. Graceful and soft-spoken, he loves good books, food, music and the theater; he will gravitate naturally toward all the finer things in life. The most beautiful women and the most powerful men tend to be born under this sign.
Females should go to see a doctor right away when they feel unwell because they may get gynecological disease or other chronic disease. In January, April, July and November snake people should be careful driving to avoid a traffic accident. In September and October be careful riding a bike or hiking in case of an unexpected injury.
| Barbra Streisand
A person born in the Horse’s year will be cheerful, popular and quick-witted although his changeable nature may cause him to be hot-tempered, rash and headstrong at times. The unpredictable Horse native will fall in love easily and may fall out of love just as fast if he follows his capricious heart instead of his head.
In 2015 health problems could occur. Avoid too many social engagements and dining-out. Too much fat intake may cause problems. Your quick temper can cause liver, gall-bladder, heart and breathing problems.
| Barbara Walters
Robert De Niro
The Sheep is the most feminine sign of the Chinese zodiac. A native of this year is called the Good Samaritan of the cycle. He is righteous, sincere and easily taken in by sob stories. He is likely to be mild-mannered, even shy. At his best, he is artistic, fashionable and a creative worker. At his worst, he tends to be easily overcome by emotions, depressed and withdrawn.
Sheep people should take care of themselves in 2015. Even the strong sheep may be defeated by frequent diseases. Take it easy. It is advised you join in some relaxing activities such as mountain climbing and hiking. Breathe fresh air and improve body resistance. Sheep who handle metal should be careful not to be wounded by sharp metal.
| Bette Davis
Leonardo da Vinci
Of all the animals in the lunar cycle, the Monkey bears the closest resemblance to the Naked Ape himself, Man. It is therefore no wonder that this sign will inherit most of man’s intelligence as well as his capacity for deceit.
Minor colds and fevers may occur in 2015. In January and July avoid traveling as well as extreme sports like bungee jumping and roller coasters. For these two months be especially careful driving and using sharp metals. In the whole year, sufficient rest and regular exercise are required.
| Anne Murray
The Rooster, or Chicken, is the Don Quixote of the Chinese cycle. The dauntless hero who must look to the earth to survive is the most misunderstood and eccentric of all the signs. Outwardly, he is the epitome of self-assurance and aggression, but at heart he can be conservative and old-fashioned.
Generally healthy in 2015 with few sicknesses. You may feel pressed and upset sometimes. When upset discuss it with others and do some sports to relax. If eating too much your intestines or stomach may feel uncomfortable. Watch your diet especially in the first half of the year. In the second half-year, avoid staying up late and be careful driving to avoid traffic accidents.
| Donald Sutherland
The Dog may be the most likable sign in the Chinese horoscope. A person born in the year of the Dog is honest, intelligent and straightforward. He has a deep sense of loyalty and a passion for justice and fair play. A Dog native is usually animated and attractive and will exude sex appeal. Generally amiable and unpretentious, he will know how to get along with others and is not too demanding.
In March, September and December 2015 pay great attention to your health. In everyday life light-flavor food is much better. Avoid hot and spicy food and seafood. Ask others to drive when tired or drunk. A healthy diet and regular exercise are especially needed in 2015. Treat illnesses quickly.
| Alfred Hitchcock
This is the sign of honesty, simplicity and great fortitude. Gallant, sturdy and courageous, a person born in this year will apply himself to an allotted task with all his strength. You can rely on him to see it through. Outwardly, he may appear rough and jovial, but under-the-surface and you will find pure gold.
You will feel well throughout the year but there will be emotional ups and downs. To avoid heart problems control your emotions In the first half of 2015. In the second half of the year and season changes pay attention to your physical condition. A healthy diet and enough rest will benefit your health. Avoid travelling in April, August and September.