©Original Drawing by Zhi-He Wang
The Rabbit is the 4th sign of the Zodiac.
If you were born between March 5th and April 3rd, you are influenced
by the Rabbit.
The Rabbit rules between the hours of 5.00 am and 7.00 am.
Some refer to this sign as The Cat, although, cats are not
significant in Chinese esoteric practice, and the Chinese Zodiac
already has the Tiger sign.
The Rabbit wins by diplomacy
The Rabbit is yin to the Tiger's yang - similar qualities but
muted and hidden rather than aggressively displayed.
Usually tranquil and compassionate the Rabbit can be fiercely
defensive of those he loves.
The Rabbit has a caring personality and is usually blessed with
a large family or involved in professions involving children
The Rabbit is a gifted judge of character, honest, sincere.
At its worst, the Rabbit can old-fashioned, aloof, thin-skinned
and even devious.
How the Rabbit relates to;
The Rat; While the Rabbit may think this is a good pairing
on the surface,the Rat often harbours secret resentments which
can lead to trouble. The Rat's element is water which nourishes
the Rabbit's element, wood, which may lead the Rat to feel,
he is putting more into the relationship than he is getting
out of it.
The Ox; An auspicious pairing. There are occasional flashes
of romance and passion against an otherwise comfortable and
The Tiger; The Tiger is Yang to the Rabbit's Yin; an auspicious
pairing with excitement and even luxury coming into the Rabbit's
life. While domestic tranquility may be disrupted, it is a wonderful
adventure. The Tiger, meanwhile, welcomes the Rabbits calming
The Rabbit; Two Rabbits are like soul mates. They are so close
there are no secrets and they seem quite happy together. Commitment
may be taken for granted.
The Dragon; Not an auspicious pairing. The magic soon wears
off and money is always an issue.
The Snake; 'When the Rabbit meets the Snake, there is true
happiness' goes a chinese proverb. 'nuff said.
The Horse; Not the best choice for the Rabbit, who will find
this relationship demanding on his resources.
The Sheep/Goat; The Rabbit and the Sheep seem almost telepathically
connected. A peaceful home life and successful business relationship
may be expected from this pairing.
The Monkey; Rabbit needs more patience than he might have to
tolerate the Monkey's antics.
The Rooster; While these two are attracted to each other, over
time their separate egos will certainly clash.
The Dog; This is more a pairing of convenience between two
individuals than a true partnership, which may lead to discontent
down the road.
The Pig; The Rabbit and the Pig share a love of home and family
and put their efforts there. An auspicious pairing built on
a contented home life which allows them to pursue business interests
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