2014 Year Of Horse Chinese Horoscope Predictions

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By Riza Ornos | December 26, 2013 12:11 PM EST

Based on the Chinese calendar, 2014 will be the Year of the Green Horse. What's in store for the New Year?

According to the Chinese astrology calendar, the Year of the Horse will begin Feb. 4, 2014 in China standard time when the spring starts. This year's winter solstice Dec. 22 gave birth of the Year of the Horse - a year full of true spirit, grit, determination, vitality and endurance.

Known as the year for leaders, 2014 is set for those who want to make a difference and know how to make it happen. This is the year full of immense turning point that opens a new period of fate. The horse will lead us to this new period, a leader that is committed 100% to his responsibility and get the stage ready for the next 25 years.

The Year of the Horse will continue the wrath of 2013. Earthquakes and floods will occur worldwide while weather patterns continue to change triggering a lot of calamities. But 2014 will also be a good year for carrying out psychic research as new techniques are developed to record paranormal phenomena.

People who cater for alternative medicine will have an increase of demand for their services and more people will crave for more peaceful existence. This will be the year where people will get together to help and give support to each other, a communal living but without the hippy element.

People who are born under the sign of Cancer, Pieces and Scorpio are going to enjoy the things that mean so much to them such as friends, travelling, romance and even learning a new language. For those who are born under the signs of Leo, Aries and Sagittarius will be more focused on their careers and responsibilities as the money-making potential for this year is huge for all of them.

Earth signs like Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn are more aware about the progress of their relationships and changes that will lead them to happiness. People under this sign will have more open communication with their loved-ones and those who have kept secrets from them in the past.

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