Zodiac, Star Signs & Blood Type
Zodiac Sign: Leo

Leo is the fifth sign of the Zodiac and is popularly associated with the keywords magnanimous, generous, hospitable, caring, warm, authoritative, active and open. Leos are hard-working, ambitious and enthusiastic, however they are prone to laziness and can often take "the easy way out." They are known to be exuberant, extroverted, generous with a natural dramatic flair and very creative. They are typically very self-assured, and love taking center-stage in whatever arena they are in.

Fiery determination and the desire to be important often rule their life. They usually pursue their goals doggedly and use their charisma to sway others to their cause. Open and honest, Leos tend towards the philosophical and tend to hold great idealisms about how things should be. Under a Fixed sign, Leos are usually determined, stubborn, loyal and traditional. They are often resistant to imposed changes, and tend to hold onto people and situations for a long time. Leos, like the Lion they are named after, are thought to be born leaders, with charisma, enthusiasm and determination. They do well under pressure and are good at defusing crisis situations. They are often lovers of the finer things in life. They are associated with gold, jewelry, fashion, luxury items and adornment.[1] Because of their creative nature, they tend to not stick with the boring and mundane, and look for excitement in life.

The downside to a Leo is usually their pride. Due to this, they are sometimes prone to being conceited, jealous, snobbish, boastful, overbearing with a disdain for those under them. Due to their positive nature, they can be gullible and tend to believe the best will happen. When it doesn't, they are prone to depression, may react badly to affronts and could be deeply hurt by malice and hostility. If faced with negative situations Leos are also known to react with extreme confidence, which can get them into even more trouble.

Information from Wikipedia

Chinese Zodiac Sign: Tiger

Born under the sign of courage, the tiger is adventurous, confident and enthusiastic. Because of this they are often successful in their chosen careers. Tigers are excellent at seeing problems, but not so good at finding solutions. They tend to rush in without sufficient consideration. Their strong sense of independence means that they hate to take orders. Tigers often go to extraordinary lengths to prove themselves, and hate to be ignored. They are often noticed, and as such tend to rise to prominent positions. However, tigers rarely make it to the very top, preferring to be second in command.

In some Asian countries the Tiger is the national symbol (the root of the economic term 'Asian Tiger Economies'). It is believed that the tiger will protect against the three great disasters: fire, theft and evil spirits. Tigers are both brave and powerful, with a strong sense of who they are.

The tiger can be impetuous, and it is certainly a mistake to think you can push around a tiger easily. They won't shy from a fight, and their power and strength usually means that they come out on top.

Romantically, tigers are somewhat reckless, and can risk everything in pursuit of their heart's desires. As a friend they are extremely generous, and tend to give everything all at once. However, lasting friendships are few and far between. Excellent as parents, tigers teach their children by example.

Information from Chinesezodiac.info

Chinese Element: Wood

Those born in the years dominated by the Wood element are people of high morals and great confidence. They know the intrinsic value of things and are apt to appreciate all that they have.

Their interests are wide and varied and this makes them interesting company. They are systematic in their thinking and possess executive personalities. Their expansive and co-operative natures will allow them to do things on a large scale.

Wood element people like to spread their wings and diversify to as many areas as possible. They are individuals who see renewal and growth as important aspects in life.

They are unselfish and will share whatever recognition or rewards they receive as they believe in team effort. They will find support and finances whenever in need. This is because others have faith in their business acumen and abilities.

Their main shortcoming is that they tend to take on more than they can handle. They may not finish what they start if they spread themselves out too thinly. They must learn to work within manageable limits. Also, wood people tend to be too conciliatory and will look for the easiest way out.

At their worst, they can be inconstant and passive. They can also lean too much on others for support. To be effective, they must be more persuasive and assertive. Only then, can they turn their dreams into reality.

Information from Chinese-astrology.co.uk

Blood Type: O

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