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What to Expect in the Year of the Wood Goat

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The year 2015 according to the Chinese calendar will be the year of the Wood Goat. Officially it starts February 19th and will end on February 7th, 2016.

The wood goat in the Chinese calendar symbolizes peace, serenity and harmony. The goat possesses a lively imagination, is generous, peace-loving, flexible, gifted with artistic ability.

On account of this however, it changes its mood often, is very picky, often gloomy and sometimes quite insecure.

2015 will pass under the patronage of the element of wood and the lucky colors will be green, brown and red. The flowers that will bring you luck throughout the new year are carnations and primula.

The goat is number 8 in the Chinese calendar and 8 brings peace and prosperity in general.

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Chinese astrologers see the goat as a timid and gentle animal that supports steadfast and persistent personalities. Nonserious actions are not to its liking.

Astrologers explain that 2015 will be a year of stabilization and improvement in relation to the aspects of the planets to come.

Throughout the entire year, we can expect new legislation because at the end of 2014, Saturn passed from Scorpio into Sagittarius. This means that the changes will affect the education system and foreign policy.

The tension between Uranus and Pluto will subside and military conflicts will dwindle. It is possible for technological revolutions in 2015 to change our lives completely.

In the middle of 2015, Jupiter will transition from Leo into Virgo, positively affecting economic growth. The losses from the past years will be recovered and most people will focus on protecting the environment.

Joyous events will start during the summer months that will completely wash away the negative experiences lived through so far. The 2nd half of the year is looking to be a happier period.

And since the year will pass under the sign of the patient goat, we need to be patient and believe that the best is yet to come.

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