Elvis was born in the Year of the Dog Elvis Year of the Dog. Chinese Calendar. Elvis Chinese Astrology Elvis Year of the Dog: Chinese Animals signifies 12 different animals, representing 12 years. Anyone born in a particular year that is named after any of the 12 animals, possess certain traits of that animal. Each animal year comes after 12 years
The Chinese New Year is celebrated on a different day every year (dated by the lunar cycle of the month of that particular year) Elvis was born at the tail end of the year of the Dog. 14 February 1934 to 4 February 1935. Element: Wood: imagination, creativity, idealism, compassion.
People born in the Year of the Dog possess the best traits of human nature. They have a deep sense of loyalty, are honest and inspire other people confidence because they know how to keep secrets. However, Dog people can be somewhat selfish, stubborn and eccentric. They care little for wealth, yet somehow always seem to have money. They can be somewhat distant. They are noted for their sharp tongues.
The loyal Dog makes a splendid captain of industry, a preacher or an educator. Whatever his career, he will be the spokesman whose ideas will be profound and original. Nations would do well to follow such champions, for under no other sign do we find ourselves so united. The three phases of the life of the Dog are all marred by uncertainty: anxious childhood, difficult youth, middle-age defeatist before the work is to be done.It is said that a Dog born in daytime will be calmer and less anxious than one born during the night. It is at night that the dog’s job is to guard the house. He will be eternally on the lookout, always on the alert and finding no time to rest.
Although Dogs have a reputation for not easily entrusting their affections, when they do, those friendships are for life. For the Dog their personal relationships are the most essential and important components of his life; money, power, success. Life doesn’t mean a thing to Dogs without having a loving partner by their side and a stable family and home life.
Some born under this influence may encounter difficulties in finding a life-long mate primarily because of the importance they attach to their relationships, but also because of anxiety related to mistrust of people. In love, the most salient characteristic of Dogs is their loyalty.
The Dog is usually selective in the beginning stage of dating. Once these people have pledged their allegiance or sworn their marriage vows, they will continue to love that partner throughout their life.
- The Dog and the Horse (Ginger Alden 1954) can be happy as she will allow him get on with his destiny
- Life with a Tiger (Linda Thompson 1950) is a challenge. Its two of them against the rest of the world
- The Dog and the Snake (Ann-Margret 1941) he is in frequent conflict as the Snake is too proud
- The Dog and the Rooster (Priscilla Presley 1945) have very little in common