Astrologer shares each sign’s ‘most prominent trait’ in Asian zodiac

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The Asian zodiac, sometimes called the Chinese zodiac, is represented by 12 different animals, all with unique characteristics and personality traits. Astrologer Jessica Adams took a deep-dive into the signs Rooster, Dog and Pig.

Rooster (1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029)

According to Jessica, Roosters are “intensely self-aware”, not “bothered” by labels like old, young, male and female. “This also goes for questions about their racial heritage.”

Rooster prioritises staying true to themselves, “expressing their personalities first and foremost”.

Freeing themselves from judgement, Rooster is not too concerned about how they are stereotyped.

Jessica continued: “Roosters are ageless and will dress exactly the way they did forty years ago, with just a few twists to modernise their look.

“Joan Collins and Debbie Harry, both roosters, are perhaps the best examples of this.”

Dog (1910, 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030)

Jessica suggested that Dog is a lone wolf, “seldom staying with their families”.

The astrologer described them as a “wanderer, explorer, traveller and perhaps a migrant”.

“Dog David Bowie famously went to Berlin, then ended up in New York, a long way from his native Brixton. Dog Jack Kerouac went On The Road.”

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Unlikely to settle down in one place for many years but may have loose ties to one special destination, the astrologer claimed.

Indeed, Jessica stated: “Dogs can be lifelong nomads who adopt some far corner of the world as their own and go back occasionally, but never for long.”

Dog gravitates towards other Dogs who also “like to roam”, and enjoy foreign language films and Attenborough documentaries “from the comfort of their armchair”.

Pig (1911, 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019)

According to Jessica, “the Pig is defined by his or her relationship with the world of children”.

Indeed, their decision a female Pig makes to get pregnant – or not get pregnant – have a “much bigger impact on her life than they do for other Asian zodiac signs”.

Pig is one sign which thrives in parent-child relationships, so they “must have it one way or another”.

“If she/he is unable to have children then there may be fostering, teaching, a godparent role or adoption.”

The astrologer suggested that Pig might prioritise their want for children over their romantic relationships.

If a partner is unable to have children with her, Pig might “reject them in favour of a less suitable person, just to have her heirs on the planet”.

Jessica asked those born in January or February to double-check their Chinese zodiac sign on Wikipedia.

Jessica Adams is an expert astrologer and author of Modern Astrology 2050. She previously spoke to about the “most prominent traits” of Rat, Ox and Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon and Snake and Horse, Goat and Monkey.

Jessica also predicted what 2023-2024 has in store for each Asian zodiac sign. 

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