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Chinese Astrology: The Dragon

By LeeAnn Neal - 6/6/2013

A Dragon statue
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The Dragon has a deep, abiding desire to rule. He is competitive, arrogant, dignified and warm-hearted. In other words, he is a born leader.

As you might expect, Dragons are intolerant of annoying types, never hesitating to "breathe fire" their way. Their reputation for hot-headedness is well deserved. They do not suffer fools gladly, believing their station in the world is too high to be meddled with by those of lower stature.

Although he is ready to meet any challenge, the Dragon refuses to ever admit defeat, rather doubling down and coming back more powerful, and with more determination than before. He boldly confronts anything or anyone who stands in his way. Decisive, tenacious and willful, the Dragon is accustomed to being the victor and fully intends to keep it that way.

The self-indulgent Dragon is highly demanding of others. So much so, that he is considered the narcissist of the Chinese zodiac. His inflated opinion of himself is off-putting to many other signs, which view him as superficial, tactless, insensitive and grating.

On the other hand, the Dragon has a great deal to be proud of, with his intelligence, grand vision and warrior-like prowess. He also rarely asks anyone to do something he wouldn't do, if only he felt it wasn't beneath him.

The Dragon often boasts a striking appearance when he wishes to make an impression. Sometimes he is flamboyant, and sometimes he purposefully blends into the background.

Less evolved Dragons become stuck in their fantasies, appearing to others to be all talk and no action.

Those who do manifest their dreams are often found in high positions. They tend to succeed in nearly any profession, from art to politics. Their idealism and perfectionism generally serve them well in work.

Dragons lean toward snobbery, impressed, as they are, with wealth and power. They are born lucky and often leave a trail of good fortune behind them, wherever they go.

Dragons are often unwilling to commit in relationships. They have a reputation for being libidinous, as well as irresistible. Over time, many Dragons experience a series of romantic relationships that end badly. Others, however, choose a mate and stick with the relationship for good.
The Dragon's mysterious side can make him difficult to get to know.

Most Dragons struggle with growing older. They see themselves as eternally powerful and despair of the feeling of life slipping away.

Whatever situations the Dragon finds himself in, he usually lands on his feet.

Recent Dragon birth years: 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012


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