This is the May forecast for those born under the sign of Pisces in Western astrology and Jewel (辛) in the Chinese zodiac.
In Western astrology, you are a Pisces, and in the Four Pillars of Destiny (Chinese zodiac), you are Jewel (辛). And in SOLARITA-type, which is a fusion of the two, you are a Jewel Pisces.
In this section, we will use the above astrological methods to tell your fortune for May.
First, we will use Western astrology to read the movements of the planets in May to tell your fortune.
Next, Using the Four Pillars of Destiny, a typical Eastern divination method based on Chinese zodiac, we can determine the relationship between the Chinese zodiac sign of May, 乙巳 (Grass and Snake), and your Chinese zodiac sign Jewel (辛). In other words, we will tell you your fate in May according to the Chinese zodiac.
The important thing is to read these two fortunes and interpret them in light of your own situation. Even if you feel that there is a contradiction between these two fortunes, the most important thing is to use your imagination to find the truth in the contradiction.
Pisces in May according to Western astrology
May is a very important month, as two very important events occur from a Western astrological point of view.
The first thing to go over for Pisces is that on May 10, 2022, Jupiter, the lucky planet, will leave Pisces and move into Aries. This will change your fortune for about the next year. Up until now, Jupiter has stayed in your sign of Pisces and has been pouring good luck and expanding fortune directly down to you. It’s a little sad that Jupiter is leaving Pisces, but this just means that good fortune is entering its next stage. If there are opportunities that you have seized and possibilities that have come your way, you will now enter a year in which you will put them into practice. This is the period when you get a concrete outline of where you want to go, what you want to get, or the relationships you want to build over the next decade or so, and you make the decision to move steadily toward that goal.
Even if you think, “I don’t have any dreams,” think again! We all have unspoken desires. It is just that it has not yet been refined, but if you refine that desire in your interactions with people and the world around you, it will become a more tangible dream. And during this month, that dream will
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