Thursday, 23 May 2013

Success, although a day late and a bill short!


Although we said we would return yesterday, it’s the bank holidays season here in the UK where working weeks are noticeably shorter but deadlines remain the same, so we’ve been extra busy this week.

Today is an Earth Ox day in a Snake month; both signs need to be re-united by the Rooster and that’s where the bill (bird beak) is missing or short. Having just the start and end of a group can mean chaos and management issues and those best suited to sort this out are those with a Rooster in their Chinese horoscope. Alternatively, you could wait until the Rooster double hour which falls between 17:00 and 19:00 hours which will be a golden time for us all.

At this time we get to experience what Rooster people will feel all day which is a huge metal influence. A Rooster can restore order and respect and bring personal glory or rewards depending on horoscope composition. You want one now, don’t you? Just check with our free Chinese horoscope  and then see our attribute cycle for its personal effects on you. 

Overall, today’s title refers to possibly being too late, but it does state success and if you follow our daily, sorry mostly daily translations of the feng shui almanac, you are never too late. This tells us that today success can be found by meditating or honouring ancestors, asking for blessings, visiting friends, taking a course, having a haircut, travelling, getting engaged, having an astrology reading, opening a business and trading, refurbishing a home or office, laying foundations, fixing a roof, hunting, or setting up a tombstone. Problems abound in litigation, emigrating or apparently catching fish.

Success is also found in the 12 palace system making today highly auspicious for starting new projects.

Our dedicated Earth Ox web page has everything you are likely to want to know about today's zodiac sign and we hope to return tomorrow with Form School’s White Tiger.
Until then, enjoy every moment of NOW!
Finn & Slim Shooey

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