Born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954,1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Those born under the sign of the horse are amazingly hard workers and very independent. Usually they are popular and cheerful.
Horses are their own person. While intelligent and friendly, they have a strong streak of selfishness and sharp cunning and should guard against being egotistical.
The Horse person is popular, quick-witted, changeable, earthy, perceptive, talkative, agile mentally and physically, magnetic, intelligent, astute, flexible, open-minded.
They can also sometimes be impetuous, hot-tempered, rude, stubborn, lack stability and perseverance. The Horse person is successful, performance oriented, relies on their astuteness, a keen mind and persuasive abilities to achieve it.
Virtues: Hard working, Independent
Hour: 11am – 1pm
Outer Persona: Horse
Inner Persona: Your Birth Month
Secret Persona: Your Time of Birth
Compatibility: Tiger, Sheep and Dog
Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 4, 8, 13, 14, 41 and 43.
Yang energy is related to light, sun, brightness, heaven, time, south, east and left. In ancient times when the daily cycle of night and day were noted, it was thought that day corresponded to yang and yin corresponded to night. Since one usually traveled and worked during the day, yang came to be associated with activity, while yin came to be associated with rest because at night, one rested.
Fire represents physical strength, force, courage, desire, initiative, fertility, passion, purification and rejuvenation. It represents both light and heat. A positive fire person is strong, courageous and bold, dramatic and passionate in all areas within himself. Fire is associated with the mind and it’s stability. The heart is the “seat” of the mind and therefore, its highest expression is love.
People with primary ROMANCE traits can rapidly make emotional connections with family, friends, customers and co-workers. Their engaging presentation style keeps people focused on them and what they are communicating. They make decisions using a visceral approach. The 5 defining ROMANTIC personality characteristics include: expressive, intuitive, impulsive, social, and transparent.
The South represents our greatest expansion yet. It is an alignment with love, a connection to our “emotional wisdom”, a greater ability to trust, a stronger yearning for faith, and a time of much more empathy towards others. This is a peaking of ourselves.
The grand awakening with an ability to look back in wonder and look forward to more possibilities, with boundaries more defined.
The twelve Chinese Zodiac signs are divided into four categories of three signs each, known as Trines
The third trine consists of the Tiger, Horse, and Dog. These three signs seek one another and are like-minded in their pursuit of humanitarian causes. Each is a gifted orator and excels at verbal communication. Relationships and personal contact are of highest priority and each one seek their intimate soulmate. Idealistic and impulsive, these animals follow the beat of their own drummer. Defiant against injustice, these three signs wilt without large amounts of physical affection and loyal support for causes. They are productive, enthusiastic, independent, engaging, dynamic, and honorable. They can also be rash, rebellious, quarrelsome, hot-headed, reckless, anxious, moody, disagreeable, stubborn, and selfish.
Sources: Shelly H. Wu. (2005). Chinese Astrology. Publisher: The Career Press, Inc. ISBN 1-56414-796-7
Your Inner Persona
The animal representing your birth month determines your “inner persona”; the person you wish you could be. This is the personality you long to express to the world, but have reservations being that type of personality.
The Chinese Zodiac is based on astrology so the month you were born in with the position of the sun in the sky, determines your more emotional persona, much like your moon sign. Another way of looking up more information about the month you were born in, click on the month of your birth under the grid below. Remember: your “secret animal” persona exemplifies many traits you wish you could show others..
Month of Birth
Chinese Zodiac Sign
|Dec. 07 – Jan. 05||Rat|
|Jan. 06 – Feb. 03||Oxen|
|Feb. 04 – Mar. 05||Tiger|
|Mar. 06 – Apr. 04||Rabbit|
|Apr. 05 – May 04||Dragon|
|May 05 – June 05||Snake|
|June 06 – July 06||Horse|
|July 07 – Aug. 07||Sheep|
|Aug. 08 – Sept. 07||Monkey|
|Sept. 08 – Oct. 07||Rooster|
|Oct. 08 – Nov 07||Dog|
|Nov. 08 – Dec. 06||Pig/Boar|
Based on your TIME OF BIRTH, your secret animal is thought to be a person’s “secret persona” or your truest representation, since this animal is determined by the smallest denominator: a person’s birth hour. This animal represents the person you are but, that you prevent the rest of the world from knowing about.
The Chinese Zodiac is based on astrology so those 2-hour increments of time coincide with the position of the sun in the sky, not the time on your local clock. Remember: The sun’s position isn’t lead by daylight savings time or Greenwich mean time so be sure you’re calculating your birth time accurately or you may end up with the wrong secret animal.
Time of Birth
Chinese Zodiac Sign
Your Romance Persona
People with primary ROMANTIC traits can rapidly make emotional connections with family, friends, customers and co-workers. The 5 defining ROMANTIC personality characteristics include:
1. Expressive: A ROMANTIC personality uses facial expressions, body language and vocal intonation to communicate and add emphasis to their messages. Their engaging presentation style keeps people focused on them and what they are communicating.
2. Intuitive: A ROMANTIC personality makes decisions using a visceral approach. They Instinctively migrate to a decision or idea based upon “feeling” rather than hard data. Their emotional intuition allows them to sense how others are feeling and immediately adjust their message to resonate with the receiver.
3. Impulsive: A ROMANTIC personality reacts quickly to others and to information. They have a tendency to go with their gut intution instead of giving it much thought.
4. Social: A ROMANTIC personality is approachable and gregarious. They usually build instant rapport with strangers, friends, customers and colleagues, which allows them to excel in positions that require strong interpersonal skills.
5. Transparent: Someone with a ROMANTIC personality have difficulty masking emotions; therefore, situations that require negotiation and “bluffing” are difficult for them. They where their “heart out on their sleeve.”
The Five Personalities
In psychology, the Big Five personality traits are five broad domains or dimensions of personality that are used to describe human personality. The theory based on the Big Five factors is called the Five Factor Model(FFM). The Big Five factors are:
Openness: (inventive/curious vs. consistent/cautious). Appreciation for art, emotion, adventure, unusual ideas, curiosity, and variety of experience. Openness reflects the degree of intellectual curiosity, creativity and a preference for novelty and variety. Some disagreement remains about how to interpret the openness factor, which is sometimes called “intellect” rather than openness to experience.
Conscientiousness: (efficient/organized vs. easy-going/careless). A tendency to show self-discipline, act dutifully, and aim for achievement; planned rather than spontaneous behavior; organized, and dependable.
Extroversion: (outgoing/energetic vs. solitary/reserved). Energy, positive emotions, urgency, assertiveness, sociability and the tendency to seek stimulation in the company of others, and talkativeness.
Neurotic: (sensitive/nervous vs. secure/confident). The tendency to experience unpleasant emotions easily, such as anger, anxiety, depression, or vulnerability. Neurotic also refers to the degree of emotional stability and impulse control, and is sometimes referred by its low pole – “emotional stability”.
The Big Five model is a comprehensive, empirical, data-driven research finding. Identifying the traits and structure of human personality has been one of the most fundamental goals in all of psychology. The five broad factors were discovered and defined by several independent sets of researchers. These researchers began by studying known personality traits and then factor-analyzing hundreds of measures of these traits (in self-report and questionnaire data, peer ratings, and objective measures from experimental settings) in order to find the underlying factors of personality.