According to the Chinese zodiac, you are “Fire.”
In Western astrology, you are a Scorpio.
You are a mysterious person, and many people are attracted to your unique charm. Because of this quality, you find yourself in situations with questionable people and shady job opportunities. However, you tend to live in a gray area. In other words, you don’t swing fully into good or bad behavior. Instead, you maintain a stride in a gray area of life, sometimes venturing further one way or the other.
You approach life with a clear sense of logic. When it comes to understanding astrology, your practicality combined with your mysterious nature allows you to accept the probabilities at hand. While some people believe fortune-telling is illogical, you consider all the data to calculate your conclusion.
If you’ve studied astrology, you know that Western astrology classifies you as a Scorpio (or, to be more precise, your Sun sign is Scorpio). The characteristics of a Scorpio are persistence, intuition, and a sense of intrigue about people and the world. The Four Pillars of Destiny in Chinese astrology indicate that your sign is the Chinese character “Fire,” also known as the Chinese character “丁.” Fire is not a powerful light in the same way the sun illuminates the whole world. Instead, fire alludes to something smaller and more intimate. It has a role in warming people in the cold, gathering people together, or serving as a signpost pointing out the path you should take.
While Western astrology and the Four Pillars of Destiny are two different types of divination, they are alike in one way. The laws of the Eastern and Western worlds each determine the fate residing at the moment of your birth. Thus, you can interpret your destiny from both standpoints. Viewing these two interpretations side by side gives a more comprehensive view, showing how they complement each other to provide a three-dimensional understanding of astrology.
Your Scorpio characteristics combined with your essence as a Fire sign describe you as a “Fire Scorpion.”
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