On the 25th of January 2020, the Chinese Year of the Rat begins.
But, this is no regular Year of the Rat, (also known as the Year of the White Rat, or the Golden Rat), it could literally mark the dawn of a glorious new era.
In 2020, a Rat year and a new decade join forces and unite for the next 12 months - an event so rare, it's only happened once before in over 100 years. The powerful energies of both East and West converge to mark 2020 as the start of something really big - a new beginning on steroids.
When you understand what to expect from the coming year, you can develop your strategy to make the most of it. You'll have the tools to create a bright new future and make your dreams come true.
So, will the next 12 months be lucky for you? Will the Rat shower you with golden opportunities or throw challenges in your path? It needn't matter. Whether your sign gets on easily with the Rat, or has to work a little harder at the relationship, you can make 2020 a wonderful year to remember.
This concise and focused book, from leading Chinese Horoscope authority Linda Dearsley, explains how you can:
> Discover what opportunities (and potential risks) 2020 has in store for you.
> Understand your sign's strengths and weaknesses to help achieve success and contentment.
> Learn how best to work, cooperate, and find love, with the other zodiac signs - to achieve prosperity, understanding, and happiness.
> Dig deeper. Your astrological persona is more than just your birth year - it is based on your birth month and time of birth. Learn more and achieve more
> Gain knowledge of the months, numbers, colours, and elements that can help bring you luck.
Note: This book is part of the Chinese Horoscope series and contains stacks of new content specific to 2020's Year of the Rat. Some elements, though, such as the origins of the Chinese Horoscope and the nature of inter-zodiac associations, for example, can also be found in previous editions from the series.
Linda Dearsley is also the author of 'Voices Everywhere: The Mysterious Doris Stokes Effect'