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Chinese New Year 2024: these three animal zodiac signs are the luckiest

  • Beginning on February 10, Chinese New Year is marked by the Year of the Dragon.
  • After all the animals competed in a river race, the dragon’s position in the zodiac was decided.
  • The Chinese Zodiac for 2024 and its symbolism, along with the three animal signs that should have good fortune this year.

Beginning on February 10, Chinese New Year is marked by the Year of the Dragon, which is a sign of honor, prosperity, and good fortune.

After all the animals competed in a river race, the dragon’s position in the zodiac was decided. The Jade Emperor dubbed the Dragon the fifth animal because of its compassionate nature, even though it came in fifth place.

Zodiac Signs

Intuition, self-assurance, and strength are hallmarks of those born in the Year of the Dragon, which was most recently observed in 2012.

The Chinese Zodiac for 2024 and its symbolism, along with the three animal signs that should have good fortune this year, were covered by psychic and astrologer Inbaal Honigman in a recent interview with the Daily Express.

The signs of the dragons—1964, 1976, 1988, and 2000—will have a “wonderful year in 2024,” since everything is in harmony with them. Along with their more gentle traits like wisdom and kindness, people will value their large personality and leadership abilities. Dragons should take advantage of this year to advance and apply for roles that are more daring and major.

Rats (born in 1960, 1972, 1984, and 1996) are intelligent and industrious animals, but because of their gentle disposition, they may have certain disadvantages. Nonetheless, they will have a lot of luck this year since they will be in the right location at the right moment to make friends with influential and powerful individuals.

Born in 1968, 1980, 1992, and 2004—monkeys are intelligent, charming, and full of energy. Everyone will enjoy their boisterous laughter.

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