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Suzanne White

Author • Adventuress • Astrologer


Year of the Rat


For Birthyears:

    • 1902
    • 1914
    • 1926
    • 1938
    • 1950
    • 1962
    • 1974
    • 1986
    • 1998
    • 2010
  • Tigers are

    • Brave
    • Magnetic
    • Lucky
    • With Swagger
    • Benevolent
    • Authoritative
    • Noble
    • Fearless
    • Respected
    • Courageous
    • Attractive
    • Dashing
    • Charismatic
    • Nomadic
    • To Thrive on Victory
    • Fear for Your Ferocity 


  •  But they can also be

    • Hot-headedness
    • Hurriedly 
    • Immoderate 
    • A Loner
    • Dramatic
    • Calamitous
    • Impulsive
    • Excessive
    • Over-indulgent
    • Elusive
    • Know to Flee Pain 
    • With Fervor
    • Impetuose 
    • Disobedient
    • Disdain for Rules
    • Terminal Changeability


Who are you?

Noble and fearless, you are respected for your courage and feared for your ferocity. Where are you going in such a hurry? Can't you take just one teensy peek before you pounce? Try to slow down. Practice moderation.

Some people find you so attractive and dashing that they want to climb aboard and go along for the ride. But you, Tiger dear, shake them off. You're a swashbuckling loner. You prefer to win or lose on your own terms. The top of the heap is really the only place you are ever comfortable. You court danger. The more dramatic and calamitous the situation, the broader grows your Tigerish grin. Beware! Terminal changeability and disdain for rules can be your undoing. In matters of the heart, you are demanding. But you are also generous. And you are certainly not boring.

Choose a devoted Dog or an independent Horse as a mate. You may dally with a Dragon or mess around with a Monkey. But don't go leaping on the bones of people born in the sign of the Goat. Sheep/Goats attract you. They are sexy. But they exasperate you with their devil-may-care approach to punctuality and their dire need to depend on you for sustenance. Other Tigers? Two Tigers in a bed might be fun. But a pair of Tigers in a household is too much of too much. Certain burnout.

You Tigers symbolize courage. And you possess a brand of charisma which entices people to follow you in your adventures. Everywhere you go, your reputation for independent thinking precedes you. You seek out risk and go there - no matter the outcome - you want to try everything once.

You'll breeze through early youth. But you are excessive. By age forty, overindulgence may start to catch up with you. Call yourself to order and, at fifty, you'll be young again, ready for a productive old age.

People complain they can never find you. You are, by nature, nomadic. You are everywhere and nowhere at the same time. You thrive on victory and tend to flee pain.

A piece of advice? Go ahead and take that job as a five-star general. But choose your lieutenants wisely. You are too impulsive by half. You will always need shrewd direction and loyal counsel