🐲 Dragon 2018 Chinese horoscope - 2018 Chinese Horoscope of the Zodiac sign of the Dragon during the Year of the Earth Dog
Work, love, luck, money, discover our full 2018 predictions for the sign of the Dragon
People born during the following Chinese Calendar Years are Dragons: 1928, 1940, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012
The Dragon in short
The Dragon, powerful and magnetic, has a taste for the strange and extravagance. Always full of energy and creativity, it's quite hard for the others to live up to the excesses of the Dragon.
Never short of new projects to undertake, the Dragon is an idealist who totally assume his ambitions. Those who try to resist him could very well suffer the incandescent flames of his destructive anger. Failures will never do. Always sure of himself and of his superiority, the Dragon always ends up achieving his multiple objectives, as unreasonable as they may be.
Chinese New Year 2018'summary for the Dragon
For the Dragon, the year 2018 is a perfect period to refocus on himself and to put his affective and financial life back in order.
Score of the Year of the Dog 2018 for the Dragon: 5/10
Chinese New Year 2018's resolution for the Dragon: "Caution"
2018, Year of the Earth Dog: horoscope forecast for the Dragon
In the compatibility tables of Chinese astrology, the sign of the Dragon is in opposition with the sign of the Dog. Therefore, the Year of the Dog 2018 is not really giving any rest to the Dragon. He's actually rather less at ease than he was in 2017. However Earth with a Yang polarity, element of the year 2018, is in harmony with the stable element of the Dragon, which is also Earth. Because of this correspondence, he is able to face more confidently the negative events he may have to confront if he's not on his guard.
In 2018, the Dragon must not only monitor his finances, but also his loves. His projects might not be taking the direction he'd wished for them, despite all the extra efforts he will be willing to devote in order to change the situation. The Dragon shall understand the importance of useful partnerships as much as the importance of his deep convictions and choices. Old enemies or rivals may re-emerge from the past and disrupt him in his activities.
To get through the Year of the Earth Dog 2018 without too many scratches, the Dragon must learn to moderate his indomitable pride and his somewhat thickheaded character. It's by learning how to water his wine that the Dragon shall recapture some of what he risks losing in 2018.
Love, birth and Dates
For most of the Chinese year of the Dog 2018, the Dragon can expect to experience unpleasant situations, such as encounters that are always regretted, but usually too late.
The Dragon who is married or living as a couple can expect a multiplication of disputes and conflicts in his home, so that it's even possible that a break-up happens, and even a possible come back to the starting point: an extended stay with the parents. The Dragons in a couple must therefore be more vigilant and avoid criticizing their partner if they don't want to suffer a boomerang effect that could lead them to break-up. The betrayal of the loved one, of either one, can't be excluded during the Chinese year of the Dog 2018.
On a sentimental level, the single Dragon will do well to avoid to be a Don Juan, let alone give his heart to ready to take it. Indeed, the single Dragon may have to face a one-way love, which would then risk exhausting him greatly.
The Dragon has therefore every interest in closing the door of his rich inner world to the strangers and energy devourers who won't fail to present themselves to him.
Finally, the Year of the Dog 2018 is hardly conducive to the Dragon, neither to marry nor to envisage a birth. Indeed, a Dog child wouldn't at all be compatible with his Dragon father or mother.
Work and social life
From a professional point of view, it seems unnecessary to continue to insist on devoting oneself to projects that don't work and which would take to much time and investment to take off. In the meantime, the Dragon will be able to try to change his orientation and to revise his ambitions downwards, at least during 2018. The Year of the Dog 2018 is an ideal time if the Dragon wants to explore new leads in order to develop one of his many talents.
In 2018, losses of money, but also the apparition of a person of great value, can occur at the most unexpected moments. A poorly committed investment could dramatically aggravate the personal situation of the Dragon, so that it's better advised to postpone any financial risk to the following year and to show exemplary patience throughout the Year of the Dog 2018. It's also the right time for the Dragon to listen with renewed attention to the wise advice of his friends, and put it into action.
However, the Dragon can still hope for a few breaths of good air during this mixed year 2018, if for example he decides to go on vacation to discover distant lands. Nevertheless, he shall be well advised to go in holidays during his lucky months, to prepare well in advance for his trip, but also to avoid any unnecessary risk by rushing on the first touristic opportunity.
Unfortunately, as the Years of the Dog are not particularly tender with the Dragons, caution, even on vacation, remains a priority all along 2018.
Good Luck and Well-Being for the Dragon in 2018
Least favorable period: Month of the Dog (October 2018)
By Karma Weather - April 4, 2017 © KarmaWeather® by Konbi®
Chinese Zodiac 2018 predictions for the Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water Dragons
The main Element of your Year of Birth determines which type of Dragon you are.
|🐲||Chinese zodiac sign||Birth Years||Rating (out of 10)||Resolution|
|🌳||Wood Dragon||1964, 2024||⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
|🔥||Fire Dragon||1976, 2036||⭐⭐⭐⭐||Come down to earth|
|🗿||Earth Dragon||1928, 1988||⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐||Watch your back|
|🛠||Metal Dragon||1940, 2000||⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
|Avoid any argument|
|💧||Water Dragon||1952, 2012||⭐⭐⭐||Stay at home|
🌳 Wood Dragon (born in 1964)
Generous and curious, logical and clever, the Wood Dragon tends to disperse himself by trying to look at all costs for a logical meaning to everything. Less egocentric and more diplomatic than his fellows, the Wood Dragon is the only one of the Dragons to have the ability to hide behind his thick shell of scales the intact reality of his domineering ambition.
🔥 Fire Dragon (born in 1976)
Demanding, rightful, generous and expansive, the Fire Dragon can also show angry and imperious demeanour with his entourage. The Fire Dragon can't stand any contradiction and has great difficulty to question himself. Rebellious or revolutionary, the Fire Dragon is also an empire builder.
🗿 Earth Dragon (born in 1928, 1988)
Brave, stoic and proud, rather than being an autocratic despot, the Earth Dragon is known to be more open, just and noble in his relationship with the other signs of the Chinese zodiac. This doesn't diminish his inflexible determination to pursue the objectives he set for himself.
🛠 Metal Dragon (born in 1940, 2000)
The Metal Dragon is a daredevil who doesn't mince his words. Always on the move, the Metal Dragon has very clear ideas about the direction he decides to take. Deeply honest, brave and idealistic, the Metal Dragon doesn't hesitate to put himself at risk to defend his beliefs. At work, his original and outside the box initiatives allow the Metal Dragon to open up new territories, hitherto unexplored.
💧 Water Dragon (born in 1952, 2012)
Altruistic and open to the world, the Water Dragon is the most discreet and the less authoritarian of his fellows. If the Water Dragon is ready to compromise, that doesn't mean he won't ultimately seek to impose his authority, like any self-respecting Dragon. Generosity is not his forte, which doesn't mean that in case of need, he's uncapable of taking under his wing those of his relatives who find themselves in need.
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