Call it hocus pocus if you want to, but I believe in Chinese astrology and feng shui. As Chinese New Year begins here in the US tomorrow (Jan. 23), I
did some catch up reading today and found some interesting forecasts for 2012. Thought I'd share with ATS - thoughts anyone?
As a side note, beginning early Dec. 2011, BEFORE I read any of this, my dreams have been all about water and flooding, they changed to earthquake
dreams the last few days of Dec, and in all of the dreams, I'm getting a strong sense of SOUTH. No idea if its south literally, south of me, or what.
Just noting it here...
2012 Year of the Dragon
The year is symbolized with water sitting on top of earth.
The yang water this year symbolizes the ocean and is an element of power, forces and strong energy.
In general we cannot expect a total peaceful world in 2012, but there will not be so much violent fighting and struggles like the previous metal wood
years of 2010 and 2011.
But the more worrying aspect this year is natural disasters such as flooding and earthquakes. Yang water is powerful ocean water and Dragon is
powerful earth, often associated with earthquakes. In history the most serious earthquake on record happened in the years of Dragon. (Check out the
table in the article!!)
In Chinese Metaphysics the term Dragon symbolizes the massive mountain range, the powerful energy of the land and is strong earth element. So an
active dragon indicates strong movement of the earth.
Water sitting on earth shows muddy water and it creates circumstance for virus and epidemic spreading. In the coming year we may expect sicknesses
such as malaria, food poisoning, stomach and kidney problem
Watch for the hours of the Dragon (7-9 am) and Dog (7-9 pm)
In the last Water Dragon Year, 1952:
7.5 earthquake in CA
8.2 earthquake in Russia, tsunami that went to Hawaii
73 inches of rain fell in one day in Cilao Reunion
North Sea flooding which killed 1835 people in the Southwest of the Netherlands
UFO reported over Washington DC
58,000 cases of Polio reported in the US
Korean War at a stalemate
There's other good stuff in there - check it out?