Happy Chinese New Year! It is the Year of the Dragon. The traditional view of the dragon in China is that it is a creature representing power, strength and good luck. When people have accomplished much, they are compared to the dragon. Dragons are said to have control over the weather, but they are mostly benevolent. When storms and floods happen, it’s because a mortal has upset a dragon. Though most Chineses dragons do not have wings, they still fly. How? They just do. Now for a truly roaring paranormal-scope.
While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world. In many ways, so are you.
The week ahead for:
The Dragon King of the North Sea saw fit to blow snow. Relax. Keep warm and enjoy the down time.
A Chinese dragon is the gatekeeper to your heart. You are lucky to be protected. New friends are coming your way.
Dragon Fucanglong guards treasure and has entrusted in you. A reward may be yours.
Tianlong is the Celestial dragon. He brings you peace and the strength to start anew.
Shenlong roars your accomplishments. Having a dragon for a friend is an asset.
Feilong takes you for a ride above the clouds to change your perspective on life. Enjoy the ride. The wind is sweet.
The Dragon King of the East takes you with him and reveals the fun to be found.
The Dragon King of the West stands strong beside you even in trouble. You will not be alone.
Panlong loves the lakes with their gentle breezes and serene views. It’s a time to enjoy solitude and beauty.
The Azure Dragon will provide you with a compassionate friend.
Dancing with the dragons will bring you good luck.
The Dragon King of the South fans you with warm, tropical breezes. A vacation, even a short one, can be restorative.
Susan Hanniford Crowley