The Rooster is known for being very diligent when it comes to work and has a natural ease in expressing their opinions. They are incredibly responsible and always see their projects through to the end. They’re renowned for their punctuality and meticulous attention to detail. Roosters are tenacious, sometimes defiant, and insightful. They have a unique strength of perseverance and vision, always knowing what they want. They are persuasive talkers and excellent at dissuading people. They see their opinions, and their right to share them, as essential to their, and others’, success. They often come across as attention-grabbing and are successful at gaining the attention they so dearly love. Despite their sometimes frustrating meticulous standards, they have many friends and are very loyal and genuine in their relationships. They also tend to achieve great success in their chosen careers because of their high standards. They enjoy singing and music, and often tend to be very creative. Not surprisingly, Roosters are morning people – early to bed, and early to rise.
Not long after the Horse and Snake crossed the finish line, the Sheep, Monkey, and Rooster were spotted crossing the river in a raft. The quick-thinking, ingenious Monkey had spotted a raft laying in tall weeds by the river bank as he made his way through the trees. He couldn’t get the heavy raft into the water by himself so the sturdy Sheep, who was close behind the Monkey in the race, helped push the raft with his head as the Monkey pulled it. Once in the water, both jumped in and were about to cast off from the shore when the Rooster came running through the trees shouting for them to wait. The Monkey and Sheep felt bad for the Rooster because he couldn’t fly and had no feasible way of crossing the river. So, they let him in the raft and the three crossed the river together, with the Monkey using a long stick he had found to help guide the raft. Once on the other side, the Monkey couldn’t get the raft ashore because the current was too strong so the Sheep jumped in the water and pushed the raft will all his might. The Emperor was so impressed with how well they worked together, and so awestruck by the Sheep’s selfless action at the end, that he promptly named the Sheep as the eighth finisher, the Monkey as the ninth, and the Rooster as the tenth.
There are five elements that give the Rooster specific characteristics and personality traits beyond its symbol of wealth. The most recent years of the Rooster include 1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017. After 2019, the next two years we will be 2029 and 2041.
|Types||Years of Birth||Characteristics and Personality Traits|
|Earth Rooster||1909, 1969, 2029||Conservative, honest.|
|Wood Rooster||1921, 1981, 2041||Kind-hearted, enthusiastic, friendly, energetic.|
|Metal Rooster||1933, 1993||Highly principled, meticulous, tenacious.|
|Water Rooster||1945, 2005||Ambitious, frank, self-confident, adventurous.|
|Fire Rooster||1957, 2017||Outgoing, hard-worker, adventurous.|
Sir Francis Bacon (born Jan 22, 1561) was an English philosopher and statesman. He is credited with developing the scientific method and remained influential throughout the Scientific Revolution. Wilhelm Wagner (born May 22, 1813) was a German composer, theater director, polemicist, and orchestral conductor who is chiefly known for his operas. Other celebrities born in the year of the rooster include American actress Jennifer Aniston (born Feb, 11, 1969), American singer Beyonce (born Sept 4, 1981), and Irish singer Niall Horan (born Sept 13, 1993).
Wang Anshi (born Dec 8, 1021) was a Chinese economist and poet of the Song Dynasty who attempted major and controversial socioeconomic reforms known as the New Policies.
Huang Tingjian (born 1045) was a Chinese artist, scholar, government official, and poet of the Song Dynasty. He is predominantly known as a calligrapher and is also admired for his painting and poetry.
Zhan Tianyou (born Apr 26, 1861) was a pioneering Chinese railroad engineer. Educated in the United States, he was the chief engineer responsible for the construction of the Peking–Kalgan Railway, the first railway constructed in China without foreign assistance.
Xu Zhimo (born Jan 15, 1897) was an early 20th-century romantic Chinese poet who attempted to loosen Chinese poetry from its traditional form and reshape it using influences of Western Poetry and vernacular Chinese language. Xu wrote the celebrated poem “Second Farewell to Cambridge” in 1928.
Gao Xiaosong (born Nov 14, 1969) is a Chinese-language composer, songwriter, music producer, director, and “Campus Folk” representative.
Faye Wang (born Aug 8, 1969) is a Chinese singer-songwriter and actress often referred to as the “the Diva”.
Lei Jun (born Dec. 16, 1969) is a Chinese billionaire entrepreneur who founded Xiaomi Inc, one of the largest mobile phone makers in the world.
Strong, brave, honorable, independent, self-confident, quick-thinking, energetic, honest, hard-working, punctual, neat, organized, respectable, witty, intelligent, loyal, kind-hearted. People born under the Rooster zodiac sign are talented, smart, capable, and responsible workers who can achieve whatever they set their minds to. They're fun, energetic, and honest individuals who usually have a high sense of moral integrity making them well respected by those around them even if they aren’t the most popular. They always have loyal and supportive friends. They set extremely high standards and expect others to live up to them. They’re dedicated and responsible almost to a fault as they have trouble letting go of something which they feel is right or just.
Pushy, arrogant, bossy, insecure, critical, impatient, narrow-minded, inflexible.
Roosters are perfectionists with grand ideals and high expectations of themselves and others so many times, they can be overly critical, arrogant, and even offensive at times. They're often bossy and they must always have the last word. Because they set high expectations, they can become easily impatient if other people cannot match up to their ideals. They can become conflict prone when they feel they are not getting the respect they deserve. They are often inflexible, or even narrow-minded, with their beliefs and can sometimes lean towards fanaticism.
Roosters are loyal and thoughtful partners and devoted friends who always keep their promises. Sensitive people may find it hard to get along well with them because Roosters tend to be blunt and at times even brag about themselves and their accomplishments. They're also bossy and extremely straight-forward, so they need a partner who is thick-skinned. However, beneath a Rooster's tough exterior, there is a big, caring heart full of love.
Although the Rooster has few close male friends, he easily attracts many females who are attracted by his talents, confidence, and strength (the same qualities that may chase away other men). If you love a Rooster man, he’ll always be there for you – his word is his bond. He may not be the most romantic partner, but you can trust a Rooster and when he does something, he always does it well. He also has high standards and can demand a lot from his partner. Roosters want to find someone who will help take care of them and be honest with them. They want to be proud of their partner – usually someone who keeps up his/her appearance and works to remain young-looking and beautiful.
The female Rooster can seem somewhat more aggressive than other signs which may be troubling for some. In fact, she is usually a more assertive person and has high standards. She will wait until she finds someone who can match those standards. Her directness can be taken as uncaring, but she merely tries to be efficient and cut out unnecessary words or feelings – preferring instead to get to the point and fix, or draw attention to, whatever problems arise. She makes a very loyal partner and great mother.
The Rooster and the Ox share many common traits and priorities in life, such as the love of home and domestic pleasures. Both signs are analytical and methodical so they usually like things that stimulate their intellect. The Rooster and the Ox are hard-working, practical, and good financial planners who focus on the long-term. Their traits complement each other well while they have few negative compatibility issues to overcome.
The Rooster and the Snake have a strong physical, mental, and spiritual affinity for each other and share the same dreams of financial security and influence. Both signs are hard-working and determined to achieve their personal goals. The Snake is an efficient provider; patient and cool-headed, while the Rooster is an excellent decision maker; decisive and strong. They Snake is not bothered by the Rooster’s frankness and the Rooster appreciates the Snake’s efficiency.
Even though the Rooster and the Pig are very different, they still make a great pair. The Pig is diplomatic, compassionate, and peace-loving, while the Rooster is frank, straightforward, and confident. The Pig loves the Rooster’s clear vision in life and confidence, while the Rooster loves the Pig’s support. The Pig can create a warm and harmonious relationship, while the Rooster can offer practical assistance and financial stability.
The Rooster and the Sheep are not very compatible because they have a low tolerance level for each other’s negative traits. The Sheep is kind and considerate and willing help almost anyone, while the Rooster likes to analyze things and help only close friends and relatives. The Rooster's bluntness and high standards can intimidate the more sensitive Sheep.
The Rooster and the Horse have too many differences in their personalities. The Horse is a carefree soul who doesn't like being too constrained and might find the meticulous Rooster rather suffocating. The Rooster will try to control the Horse and be constantly critical of the Horse’s shortcomings. The Horse will want the Rooster to relax and take things easy, which the Rooster will have difficulty doing.
The Rooster and the Rabbit are very different and can make life uncomfortable for each other. The Rooster is a perfectionist and quite direct, while the Rabbit is an easy-going and more passive person who needs reassurance and praise – something the Rooster will not be able to do unless the Rabbit shows dedication to high standards. The Rooster is proud and somewhat demanding while the Rabbit is sensitive and vulnerable.
|1. Numbers||Five, seven and eight||One, three and nine|
|2. Colors||Gold, brown and yellow||White and green|
|3. Flowers||Gladiola, Impatiens, Cockscomb||No unlucky flowers|
|4. Directions||West, southwest and northeast||No unlucky directions|
|5. Element||Metal||No unlucky element|
|6. Season||Autumn||No unlucky season|
|7. Gemstone||Citrine||No unlucky gemstone|
Roosters are capable, determined, highly motivated, and hard-working individuals with a high sense of moral integrity. Even though they can be domineering and bossy, they have the amazing ability to fix problems and achieve success where others have failed. They're organized, observant, tenacious, and not afraid of challenges. They set such high standards and have such meticulous attention to detail that they often raise the quality of work wherever they go. They can make lazy people productive – either using the easy way, or the hard way. They constantly strive for perfection which makes them great leaders and community protectors. Good career choices: police officer, politician, manager, secretary, banker, scientist, engineer, musician, advisor, personal assistant, insurance agent, dentist, doctor, journalist, PR consultant, soldier.
Roosters are generally healthy and active people who enjoy sports. They're usually full of energy, both mentally and physically and therefore Roosters don't get sick very often. When they do, they usually quickly recover. However, Roosters tend to suffer from OCD complexes and mental breakdowns when their sense of justice is severely challenged, or their high standards are continuously not met. Taking up relaxation activities, such as yoga and meditation, will help control this. Cancer is also a risk as high stress levels resulting from constantly being on edge to fix everything around them causes breakdowns in their body. Be aware of their tendency to overly rely on alcohol.
It will be a comfortable year for you as problems and annoyances of the previous year gradually disappear. Expect pleasant things to happen. You may get help from unexpected places even though you may not need it.
Those born under the sign of the Rooster may find their career a little stagnant this year. Nothing will change if you do not put in the necessary effort and focus on getting things changed. Now is not a good time to consider changing careers or industry fields. The year of the Pig instead encourages you to focus on your current goals and ambitions. Learn to solidify and strengthen the ties you have formed at work as they will be important in helping you advance in your career. You can’t rely solely on your own accomplishments – you’ll need the support of coworkers and supervisors too.
While the Rooster may find their bank account slightly light at the end of 2018, this year provides them with many opportunities to reclaim that wealth. The Rooster must turn to their own knowledge and prowess in order to turn investments in their favor. Projects that favor your interests and allow you to express yourself creatively will bring the most success, both financially and emotionally. Be smart about your investments and try not to stray from financial plans.
Those born under the sign of the Rooster may finally break away from old relationships and hardships, but this doesn’t necessarily mean the road ahead this year will be smooth. There is no point in trying to revive the past or bring back old loves, and instead, it’s better to maintain your course and things will eventually work out. Right now, you must look to the future. This can be a challenging time if you are trying to start all over again from the ground up. Learn to accept that you may need time and learn to focus on the positives of life. Your mood will dictate how new relationships work out and if you focus on being optimistic, you will find yourself attracting more people into your life.
Rooster Wedding in 2019: In general, 2019 is not a good time for the Rooster man or woman to get married. If you have wedding plans this year, consider changing them to 2020, or find a month that will be better than others.
Is 2019 a good year to have a child for a Rooster parent? Yes, the birth of a child this year is a good omen for families where one of the parents is Rooster, as long as the other parent is not Snake.
Roosters who have been cautious of their health will prosper this year. But Roosters who have kept bad habits will find that it is finally coming to haunt them. This is a good time to finally take control over these bad habits and stop them. Once you get rid of them, you will find yourself freed of the anxieties that these bad habits were unknowingly causing you. Replace these bad habits with healthier hobbies such as exercise or new and creative, perhaps artistic, activities that allow you to express yourself. It can be a painful time of transition, but it will be worth it in the end.
1. January 2019 will start on a confusing note so be sure to ask experienced people for advice.
2. February 2019 might have some travel involved and this will prove fruitful.
3. March 2019 might be a slow month, but you need to keep working hard and not lose sight of your goals.
4. April 2019 will be an incredibly hectic month, but being busy is what makes you happy.
5. May 2019 is when you need to have realistic expectations.
6. June 2019 is the month to put some spice into your relationship, or work harder to find a new one.
7. July 2019 might bring health problems, so be on the look-out.
8. August 2019 is when you need to try to avoid arguments and things that frustrate you.
9. September 2019 is when your health may also be delicate. Do not ignore minor symptoms.
10. October 2019 will be better if you do not venture into something new and keep to your routine.
11. November 2019 is a month when you will have great luck.
12. December 2019 will be when your struggles yield good results.