According to the Chinese zodiac, you are a “Jewel.”
In Western astrology, you are an Aquarius.
You have an unusual destiny. Part of your mission is to cause chaos to bring beauty. For example, if you’re with a group of people, you may unconsciously stir up trouble. Indeed, your presence often confuses others. However, don’t feel upset by this destiny. The uncertainty you create always serves a purpose. Think of cleaning out an old closet. To clean it thoroughly, you need to pull everything out and lay it in plain sight to decide what to keep. While this process makes a mess, it’s a necessary mess.
This method reflects your life. Whether or not you’re aware of it, you have a way of working on the people around you to get things in order. In a way, your job is to sweep away the stagnation built up over time. As you do so, others may experience various levels of trouble and confusion. However, you don’t mind the chaos. In fact, you feel excited by the whirlwind of life.
If you’ve studied astrology, you know that Western astrology classifies you as an Aquarius (or, to be more precise, your Sun sign is Aquarius). An Aquarius is characterized by unorthodox ideas, cheerfulness, and intuition. The Four Pillars of Destiny in Chinese astrology indicate that your sign is the Chinese character “Jewel,” also known as the Chinese character “辛.” This sign reveals a jewel-like beauty. The Jewel indicates perfectionism, not accepting any dirt or smudge to taint its glory.
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 Aquarius characteristics combined with your essence as a Jewel describe you as the “Jeweled Aquarius.”
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