Year of the Dragon: Personality, Fortune, Compatibility
Year of the Dragon's Chinese horoscope, exact birth dates, meaning, character and personality traits, zodiac element, love compatibility match, fortune and lucky stones
Year of the Dragon: In brief
In the Chinese zodiac, nobody can be more stunning and flamboyant than a person born in the Year of the Dragon. Good Luck and fortune often smile at Dragons, who rarely say no to glittery parties and the comfort of an opulent lifestyle.
According to Chinese astrology, a person born during the year of the Dragon has a sparkling energy. His proud and noble appearance impresses and creates as much admiration than envy.
📅 Chinese zodiac 2020 predictions for the Year of the Dragon: Dragon 2020 Chinese horoscope
Year of the Dragon's birth dates🐲 Dragon calendar years - Years and elements of birth for the Chinese zodiac sign of the Dragon according to the Chinese lunisolar calendar:
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|Yang Metal Dragon Year|
|Yang Water Dragon Year|
|Yang Wood Dragon Year|
|Yang Fire Dragon Year|
|Yang Earth Dragon Year|
|Yang Metal Dragon Year|
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|Yang Wood Dragon Year|
Year of the Dragon: Personality horoscope
The Dragon has a rich conversation, a strong taste for fashion and an unconditional love for his family, although he also knows how to cope with loneliness when he is confronted with it. A scrupulous observer of his environment, deeply individualistic, the native of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Dragon has a visceral attraction for aesthetics, not hesitating as soon as he can to invest in a collection of works of art.
Endowed with an undeniable honesty, the judgments of the Dragon are always direct and explicit, because he isn't one to take precautions, diplomacy not being his specialty.
The apparent sincerity of his expressed feelings is due to his strong emotivity, as well as his admirable oratorical skills. However, if this aspect of the character of the Dragon can frequently guarantee him success with his audience, foolproof confidence can however turn against him when this particular trait of his character is over-exploited, over-played or misused. Trapped unwillingly in a process of self-destruction, unless he quickly recovers from a flash of lucidity, the Dragon can turn himself in the eyes of all into a raging and authoritarian character, desperately unable to question himself or face reality.
Deeply magnetic and charismatic, the Dragon loves to seduce. He thrives in being seen, applauded and admired. In public, one can very easily notice a Dragon by his eccentric outfits or by an unusual accessory that he proudly displays. Unfortunately, when his charm isn't sufficiently considered by his audience, he can become touchy and sulky. Faced with what the Dragon feels like a lack of recognition, it becomes useless to try to oppose him in serious conversation, or even to try to have the last word with him. Indeed, even in a situation that is commonplace or seemingly casual, you would then risk suffering the burns of his angry flames. In general, it is better to let the Dragon do as it pleases him than to try to compete with him, because he won't let anyone steal the show, unless, magnanimously, he decides otherwise.
Stubborn but persevering, the prestigious native of the Year of the Dragon tends to cling durably to fixed ideas. Fortunately for him, if a project or a situation doesn't turn out in his favor, the Dragon always has inside of him the instant ability to erase it all from his mind. Without any regrets, he then resumes the course of his existence, adorned with his brand new bright ambitions. If you have the chance to meet a Dragon on one of his best days, graceful and splendid, like the phoenix rising from the ashes, he shall gladly let you enjoy his dazzling energy and warm benevolence.
Indeed, it is good to keep in mind that under the thick armor of pride, scales and artifices that covers the Dragon, also hides an intelligent personality, always courageous and sentimental with those he loves.
Also read the Dragon's combined personality horoscope with Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Chinese zodiac Dragon's best jobs and careers
Event consultant, PR consultant, writer, university professor, researcher, artist, language teacher, scriptwriter, lifestyle, art and culture or culinary blogger, journalist, musician, pop star, politician, religious
Year of the Dragon: Fortune
Lucky Colors of the Dragon
Lucky Numbers of the Dragon
1, 5, 9
Dragon (zodiac) eminent personalities
Celebrities born in the Year of the Dragon
John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Charles Darwin, Salvador Dali, Bret Easton Ellis, Vladimir Putin, Rihanna, Christian Dior, Gustave Eiffel, Sigmund Freud, le douanier Rousseau, Nikola Tesla, Andy Warhol, Park Geun-hye, Abraham Lincoln, François Mitterrand, Agatha Christie, Friedrich Nietzsche, Paul Verlaine, Orhan Pamuk, Han Shaogong, Eiji Yoshikawa, Stanley Kubrick, Stephen Curry, Ronaldo, Adele, Big Sean, Rupert Grint, Melvin Gregg, A$AP Rocky, Melissa Benoist, Jhene Aiko, Lilly Singh, Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Farrell, Alicia Silverstone, Ja Rule, David Hogg, Willow Smith
Year of the Dragon: Love compatibility
The Dragon's Chinese zodiac compatibility triangle
The Dragon, the Rat and the Monkey are part of the first compatibility triangle of Chinese astrology. Indeed, the Dragon, fifth sign-animal of the zodiac in the Chinese calendar, gets along naturally with the Rat and the Monkey.
All 12 zodiac signs of the Chinese horoscope also have a secret friend: the Rooster (Chicken) is the secret friend of the Dragon. However, also note that the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Dragon is incompatible with the Dog.
Astrology tip: to better understand his Daily Chinese Horoscope, regardless of the specific interpretation of the current Chinese New Year, the Dragon should monitor the days and months governed by the energetic influence of the Dog. Thus, the Dragon is advised not to take any important decision during a Day of the Dog.
Year of the Dragon: Birthstones
Dragon Chinese zodiac lucky stones: Alexandrite, black noble opal, black tourmaline, cornelian, cat's eye, chrysoberyl, citrine, hawk's eye, golden rutilated quartz, golden topaz, labradorite, moonstone, peridot, rainbow fluorite, silver rutilated quartz, tsavorite garnet, yellow citrine
Chinese Horoscope for Fire, Earth, Metal and Water Dragons
Below, in accordance with the Chinese horoscope, you will find a detailed description of the personality and specificities of the 5 existing types of Dragon, which associate the terrestrial branch of the Dragon with the 5 Yang celestial trunks of WuXing and Feng Shui (Yang Wood, Yang Fire, Yang Earth, Yang Metal, Yang Water). Indeed, the Dragon being a Chinese astrological sign with Yang polarity, the elements of Nature to which he can be connected are always in their Yang form. Likewise, for each Dragon associated with his celestial trunk (Wood Dragon, Fire Dragon, Earth Dragon, Metal Dragon, Water Dragon), discover the pillar of destiny he is associated with and its meaning, in relation to its imagined destiny.
🌳 Wood Dragon
Characteristics: You’re a Wood Dragon if you’re born in 1964. In 2020, you’re 56 years old. Your lucky number is 41.
Personality: Generous and curious, logical and clever, the native of the Year of the Wood Dragon tends to loose his energy 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.
Wood Dragon's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "Lighthouse fire" (Yang)
Meaning of the Wood Dragon's birth pillar: Dominant temperament skilfully camouflaged, materialistic vision of life, determined but prudent pride, risk of stagnation if life goals are too self-centered.
🔥 Fire Dragon
Characteristics: You’re a Fire Dragon if you’re born in 1976. In 2020, you’re 44 years old. Your lucky number is 53.
Personality: Demanding, rightful, generous and expansive, the person born in the Year of the Fire Dragon can also show angry and imperious demeanor with his entourage. The Fire Dragon can't stand any contradiction and has great difficulty to question himself. Nonconformist, even revolutionary, the Fire Dragon is an empire builder, as long as he manages to counterbalance his thirst for power with a saving humility, the nature of which unfortunately did not endow him much on the year of his birth.
Fire Dragon's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The earth buried in the sand" (Yang)
Meaning of the Fire Dragon's birth pillar: Openness to others and always a good adviser for friends of the moment, calculated generosity, uninhibited ambition, propensity to be disproportionately proud, risk of superficiality when the taste for appearances takes over.
🗿 Earth Dragon
Characteristics: You’re an Earth Dragon if you’re born in 1928 or 1988. In 2020, you’re 92 or 32 years old. Your lucky number is 5.
Personality: The native of the Year of the Earth Dragon is 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.
Earth Dragon's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The big forest's tree" (Yang)
Meaning of the Earth Dragon's birth pillar: Creative expression, importance of the social environment for personal development, existential aspiration requiring persistence and organization, tendency to want to impose one's mode of operation on others.
🛠 Metal Dragon
Characteristics: You’re a Metal Dragon if you’re born in 1940 or in 2000. In 2020, you’re 80 or 20 years old. Your lucky number is 17.
Personality: The person born in the Year of 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.
Metal Dragon's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The bronze of the white candlestick" (Yang)
Meaning of the Metal Dragon's birth pillar: Unyielding determination, combativeness and strength of will, deep convictions, seeks to impose one's ideals on others, inclination to over-react to the slightest annoyance, assumed aggressiveness.
💧 Water Dragon
Characteristics: You’re a Water Dragon if you’re born in 1952 or 2012. In 2020, you’re 68 or 8 years old. Your lucky number is 29.
Personality: Altruistic and open to the world, the native of the Year of 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 incapable of taking under his wing those of his relatives who find themselves in need.
Water Dragon's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The water of the great river" (Yang)
Meaning of the Water Dragon's birth pillar: Love of power, money and material possessions, taste for travel and openness to different cultures, brings luck and prosperity to those around him, inclined to neglect important subjects.
Chinese zodiac sign of the Dragon
Main characteristics of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water Dragons
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