The pig is seen as a symbol of luck though the term can also be used as an insult but when it comes to the character traits of people born under the sign of the pig, there is much more behind it. More on this in Part XII – the final contribution to our zodiac blog series.
How similar are those born under the dog zodiac sign to the animal itself? Read all about their shared traits and how to interact with ‘dogs’ in Part XI of our blog series.
Part X: Those born under the rooster sign of the zodiac has a clear view – not in the sense of sight, but based on knowledge of human nature and foresight. Find out more about the Rooster and - as known from this blog series - the paper as well as the finishing technique used on the rooster card.
In part IX of our zodiac sign series you will learn more about the monkey - animals, who are very alike to humans.
Who can you depend in times of need? Yes, on the goats! Or rather your friends born under the sign of the Chinese zodiac goat. Find out in part VIII of our blog series, why you should treasure your goat friends more than ever.
Snakes are not typically humans’ favourite animals. Find out why we should think differently in part VI of our blog series.
If the lion is the King of the jungle then the dragon is without doubt king in the kingdom of magical beasts. Learn more about the characteristics of the dragon and the enhancements of the dragon card in part V of your blog series.
Is a distinctive camouflage a contradiction? Not for the tiger. Find out more in part III of our blog series about the zodiac cards.
The second part of our blog series is about the dear ox. He was the one to bring the rat to the finish line and still let him go first. Resulting in him being second. Find out more about his characteristics and the specialities of his zodiac card.