Year of the Dog
Chinese Horoscope Predictions for 2018
This year marks 2018 on the Western calendar, or on the Chinese calendar the Year of the Dog, beginning on Friday, February 16, 2018.
The Dog represents the 11th year in the 12 year cycle of the Chinese zodiac.
Like the houses of the zodiac in Western astrology, the animals of Chinese astrology are thought by many to dictate
personality traits or, in the wider scope of things, even impact world events in any year they rule.
Dogs, and those born under compatible signs, can benefit from luck
or good fortune during a Dog year i.e., 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, and 2018.
Overall, years in which dogs rule are usually marked by concerns for security, and the rise of social movements that promote the common good.
General predictions for 2018 the Year of the Dog
Intelligent, protective, and fiercely loyal.
Like a major aspect of the dog personality, the Year of the Dog is traditionally associated with establishing the safety and security of loved ones.
In a larger sense, the sign's influence will also see society's disenfranchised finding new champions to speak up for them.
While the Year of the Rooster last year was best summed up by the grandiose excesses of the few, the Year of the Dog will focus on the many.
World leaders will also increasingly feel the pressure of a public "pack" mentality that raises its voice in protest at perceived social injustices.
Whether on the public scene or in their private dealings, success in 2018 hinges on emulating the best of dog traits, namely -- intelligence, companionship, and unwavering loyalty to friends and loved ones.
In addition, those compatible with the Dog the Horse, Tiger, and Rabbit in particular will find 2018's circumstances inspiring them to greater personal happiness and professional success.
For more specific information and learn more about what the omens are for your future in the New Year, check out related resources for the Year of the Dog and find out what else the animals of fortune predict for you in 2018.
Remember, whatever the omens portend, for better or worse, you are the final master of your own fate.
These ideas are provided for your enjoyment and amusement and are not meant to take the place of your own good sense.
Wishing you and your family a year of health and prosperity! Gung Hay Fat Choy!
More about 2018 Year of the Dog horoscopes around the Web:
Find Your Lucky Element & Ruling Influences
Year of the Dog in the Chinese Zodiac
Meaning of the Year of the Dog 2018