Those born under the Sign of the Pig (also translated as “Boar”), a Yin Water Animal, are said to be honest, intelligent, warm-hearted, reliable, sincere, tolerant, shy, affectionate, kind, generous, patient, frank, chivalrous and gallant. Pigs need to set difficult goals and carry them out. The Pig works hard, and does not lie, cheat, or steal. Those born in a Pig Year will sacrifice their lives for a good cause. The Pig will be successful as an entertainer, politician, author, or lawyer.
On the downside, they can be overly trusting and even naïve. Although they are loyal to friends, they do not have many friends. They can be hot-tempered and impulsive. They often lack good communication skills. They play pranks, and don’t know when to stop. They can be short-sighted, only seeing the present. They can also be overcautious and indecisive in financial decisions; and should not involve themselves in financial planning or real estate speculation. The Pig is not thought to be smart as Dog. Pigs like sleeping and eating and become fat, usually embracing laziness and clumsiness.
The Pig forms close relationships with the Rabbit, Tiger or the Ram. There may be productive business relationships formed with individuals born in the year of the Rat, the Ox or the Dragon. They should avoid: the Serpent, Monkey, and other Pigs.
Recent Pig Years are: 1911, 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, and 2007. The next will be 2019
A few celebrities born in a Pig Year:
Henry VIII (1491), Oliver Cromwell (1599), Hillary Rodham Clinton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stephen King (1947), Julie Andrews, Woody Allen (1935), Mark Wahlberg, Ewan McGregor (1971), Ronald Reagan, Mahalia Jackson, Lucille Ball (1911), Magic Johnson (1959), Chiang Kai-shek (1887), and Alfred Hitchcock, Ernest Hemingway (1899).
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