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  • 1. Animals of Fortune
  • 2. Chinese Horoscope
  • 3. Rat
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat are quick-witted, clever, charming, sharp and funny.
    They have excellent taste, are a good friend and are generous and loyal to others.
    Motivated by money, can be greedy is ever curious.
    Seeks knowledge and welcomes challenges.
  • 4. Ox
    The Ox is steadfast, solid, a goal-oriented leader, detail-oriented, hard-working, stubborn, serious and introverted.
    Sometimes can feel lonely and insecure.
    Takes comfort in friends and family and is a reliable, protective and strong companion.
  • 5. Tiger
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Tiger are authoritative, self-possessed, have strong leadership qualities.
    Are charming, ambitious, courageous, warm-hearted, highly seductive, moody, intense.
    They’re ready to pounce at any time.
  • 6. Rabbit
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rabbit enjoy being surrounded by family and friends.
    They’re popular, compassionate, sincere, and they like to avoid conflict
    Are sometimes seen as pushovers.
    Rabbits enjoy home and entertaining at home.
  • 7. Dragon
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Dragon are energetic and warm-hearted, charismatic, lucky at love and egotistic.
    They’re natural born leaders, good at giving orders and doing what’s necessary to remain on top.
  • 8. Snake
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Snake are seductive, gregarious, introverted, generous, charming.
    Good with money.
    Analytical, insecure, jealous, slightly dangerous.
    They rely on gut feelings, are hard-working and intelligent.
  • 9. Horse
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Horse love to roam free.
    They’re energetic, self-reliant, money-wise, and they enjoy travelling, love and intimacy.
    They’re great at seducing, sharp-witted, impatient
    Sometimes seen as a drifter.
  • 10. Goat
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Goat enjoy being alone in their thoughts.
    They’re creative, thinkers, wanderers, unorganized, high-strung and insecure, and can be anxiety-ridden.
    They need lots of love, support and reassurance.
    Appearance is important too.
  • 11. Monkey
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Monkey thrive on having fun.
    They’re energetic, upbeat, and good at listening but lack self-control.
    They like being active and stimulated and enjoy pleasing self before pleasing others.
    They’re heart-breakers, not good at long-term relationships, morals are weak.
  • 12. Rooster
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rooster are practical, resourceful, observant, analytical, straightforward, trusting, honest, perfectionists, neat and conservative.
  • 13. Dog
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Dog are loyal, faithful, honest, distrustful,
    Often guilty of telling white lies, temperamental, prone to mood swings, dogmatic, and sensitive.
    Dogs excel in business but have trouble finding mates.
  • 14. Pig
    Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Pig are extremely nice, good-mannered and tasteful.
    They’re perfectionists who enjoy finer things but are not perceived as snobs.
    They enjoy helping others and are good companions until someone close crosses them.
    They’re intelligent, always seeking more knowledge, and exclusive.
  • 15. Native American Horoscope
  • 16. Otter
    • January 20 to February 18
    • 17. Otters are playful, prophetic animals.
    • 18. It brings understanding of our childlike self
    • 19. Asks us to rediscover our playful side.
    • 20. It advises us to nurture our talents and make good use of them.
  • Otter people are creative, and logical. They have high ideals and tend to seek more from others than is reasonable.
    They seek the truth above all else.
  • 21. Wolf
    February 19 to March 20
    teaches us to develop strength and confidence in our decisions.
    Gives us wisdom that keeps us from inappropriate action
    Shows we will learn to trust our insights once we learn how to value our inner voice.
  • 22. Wolf is a teacher and pathfinder
    He comes when we need guidance in our lives.
    Wolf can also teach how to balance the responsibility of family needs and not to lose one's personal identity.
  • 23. The wolf is graceful, has initiative, and loves freedom.
    Wolf people are generally very trusting, and generous
    With deep feelings towards their loved ones.
    Their ultimate goal is to find and keep love in their life.
  • 24. Hawk
    March 21 to April 19
    Hawk teaches us to scope out the situation and focus on our talents, trying to draw them out.
    Hawk learns to see the big picture in order to understand the past, present, and future.
  • 25. Hawk asks us to be observant of surroundings so we won't get distracted from our path by others.
    It also reminds us not to get caught up in minor annoyances so we can maintain our inner balance.
  • 26. The hawk is a messenger of insight, adaptability and openness.
    Hawk people aim to initiate and lead
    may be impulsive from time to time.
    They want to establish individuality while still being accepted by the group.
  • 27. Elk
    April 20 to May 20
    Elk's regal demeanour reminds us that if we are confident, we can claim our Empowerment.
    It teaches us to maintain and protect ourselves by taking time out.
    Elk realizes it is important to remain closely connected with community, and be observant of subtle energies.
  • 28. The elk is a strong, handsome and proud animal who can be aggressive if challenged.
    Elk people are very industrious and find security through possession.
    They are eager to discover and possess something which has lasting value.
  • 29. Eagle
    May 21 to June 20
    Eagle shows us that people with high ideals need to be able to spread their wings so they can reach for the stars.
    Eagle brings the gift of clarity of vision. As long as we follow our intuition we will be heading in the right direction.
  • 30. Native Americans send their prayers to Eagle, so as he rises above the chaos to meet the Creator and return, he will return with a vision for the people.
    Their feathers are considered great aids making spiritual contact in prayer with Eagle.
  • 31. The eagle can see extraordinarily well, is very strong willed, and graceful.
    Eagle people are great observers, have great intuition and creativity.
    They try to bring things together and better them through creative actions.
  • 32. Salmon
    June 21 to July 21
    The salmon shows us how to swim the sacred waters upstream, overcoming all obstacles to return to the source. 
  • 33. Because  its origins are so important to it, the salmon reminds us to honor our true heritage
    The salmon teaches us how to focus our energy and attention on an objective and maintain the discipline necessary to accomplish it.
  • 34. Salmon strive to return home after a long journey.
    Salmon people are home-loving, giving and sensitive.
    They are also very imaginative and sometimes moody.
    Their goal in life is to live in harmony with the environment.
  • 35. Cougar
    July 22 to August 22
    Cougar spirit will teach us to assert ourselves, and take control of our life so we can become leaders.
    Cougar's graceful swiftness shows us how to understand the natural flow of our environment and move into a position of leadership.
  • 36. The cougar is swift, graceful, spontaneous, and determined.
    Cougar people make great leaders and are courageous, ambitious and determined to succeed.
    They want to find purpose in life and to dominate what they do best.
  • 37. Owls
    August 23 to September 21
    Owls know when to move silently and when to be still, which makes them the keepers of secrets.
    These solitary birds don't feel the need to proclaim their presence to anyone until the timing is right.
    Owl comes to us when we need to open our eyes, and study the situation at hand.
  • 38. Owls are very observant and sensible.
    Owl people are intelligent, well spoken and discreet.
    Their eye for detail often makes them perfectionist.
    They must cultivate tolerance and optimism.
  • 39. Raven
    September 22 to October 22
    Raven flies to us with heightened awareness and greater understanding of our consciousness. It is with this new perception that we begin seeing into the hearts of others and experience their feelings.
  • 40. Raven asks us to experience the transformation it brings within our multidimensional self, and be reunited with the mysteries of the universe so we can expel our inner demons.
  • 41. The raven is intelligent, cleaver and mystical.
    Raven people are peace loving, idealistic and charming.
    They long for harmony in the community.
    Must stay away from uncertainty and inconsistency.
  • 42. Snake
    October 23 to November 22
    Snake comes when we are moving toward change and need to let go of a part of our old self.
    Snake awakens our spiritual intuition allowing us to explore the mysterious depths of our mind and soul.
    Its unblinking stare looks into our souls and teaches us how to birth untapped power and creative wisdom.
  • 43. The snake is mysterious, intuitive
    the epitome of transformation.
    Snake people aim for satisfaction and thrive on praise.
    They require great self-discipline and will power to control their harsh natures.
  • 44. Horse
    November 23 to December 21
    Horse represents freedom and power.
    Teaches us that we must synchronize our motives with that of others so we can quickly and steadily reach our goals.
  • 45. The horse is a wise and strong animal which possesses great stamina.
    Horse people are determined, sincere and understanding.
    They are also inquisitive, generous and trustworthy.
  • 46. Bear
    December 22 to January 19
    Bear teaches us to respect our natural hibernation cycles. Just as Bear rests during winter and reawakens during spring, we need spaces of rest and rejuvenation.
  • 47. Bear calls us to awaken the potential within ourselves and the power of our unconscious mind.
    Bear reminds us there is a time for playfulness and a time to be assertive.
  • 48. Bears are quiet, swift and very protective of their family.
    Bear people are cautious, independent and hardworking.
    They adapt well to new situations and value tradition over technology.
  • 49. Alectryomancy
  • 50. More than 2,400 years ago psychics of ancient Italy (Etruscians)utilized a hen or rooster they would put the animal inside the circle surrounded with Etruscian letters.
    In front of each letter was placed a kernel of grain.
    As the bird ate the grain, the psychic would note down the letters next to the piece of grain and use this to predict the future.
  • 51. The Babylonians would splash water three times on the head of a sleeping ox.
    A psychic would interpret the future through observing seventeen possible reactions the ox would make.
    If for example both eyes opened the answer was ‘yes’. If only one eye opened the answer would be a maybe, and if they remained closed the answer was ‘no’.
  • 52. The African tribe of Zande uses a method where by two leaves are placed in an ant hill.
    if the ants eat the one on the left first the answer is ‘yes’
    if the one on right, the answer is ‘no’.
  • 53. In the United States and Canada Groundhog Day is a traditional festival celebrated on February 2.
    If a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day and fails to see its shadow because the weather is cloudy, winter will soon end.
    If the groundhog sees its shadow because the weather is bright and clear, it will be frightened and run back into its hole, and the winter will continue for six more weeks.
  • 54. Felidomancy is divination through observing the behavior of both domestic and wild cats.
    If a cat sneezes, licks its face or sleeps with it’s back to the fireplace, it is said to rain,
    if a black cat crosses your path in the British Isles it’s a sign of good luck (bad luck in the USA).
    A cat at a wedding is to assure a long happy marriage
  • 55. In the Celtic divination system of Hippomancy horses where trained to walk in certain areas of consecrated groves.
    Psychics and priests would then make predictions from the observations of their movements; the prints left in the ground and even the amount of dust created.
    The custom of hanging horseshoes on the wall dates back to the times of Hippomancy.
    In England in the 1500’s they where hung in farmhouses as a charm against evil.
  • 56. In Scandinavia psychics of the time would meditate as they watched fish swim within a stream or lake.
    Ichthyomancy was treated with great reverence and interpreting their movements could indicate anything from a successful battle to the sex of a child.
  • 57. The divination system of Ophimancy (observing the behavior of snakes) is practiced in many civilizations.
    Snakes were considered God-like creatures and messengers of information and omens.
    For example a coiled snake might mean be patient whilst one that was ready to strike meant act now with regards to the questioners predicament.
  • 58. Ornthomancy is divination by observing the flight of birds.
    It was practised in ancient Greece and Rome.
    Where the psychic would foretell the future by travelling to a holy place, and blindfolded, interpret the meaning of birds passing overhead with the aid of an apprentice who would describe them to him/her.