The Chinese New Year of the Horse begins on January 31st. Astrologers tell us it is a Wood Horse Year.
If you were born during these dates, then you're a horse: 30/01/1930 to 16/02/1931, 15/02/1942 to 04/02/1843, 03/02/1954 to 23/01/1955, 21/01/1966 to 08/02/1967, 07/02/1978 to 27/01/1979, 27/01/1990 to 14/02/1991, 12/02/2002 to 21/01/2003
Those born in the Horse years are said to be popular, cheerful people who are fun loving and follow their instinctive intuitions. These people don't usually struggle to succeed in their ventures- they tend to attract what they want in life easily.
It is a faster paced year than the 2013 Water Snake year. Countries with emerging markets like Brazil, Egypt, and Turkey are subject to violent outburst but peaceful resolutions in 2015.
A few famous people born in the year of the Horse are: Rembrandt, Genghis Khan, Teddy Roosevelt, Clint Eastwood, Ray Charles, and Barbara Streisand
With 2 New Super-moons this month, one was on January 1st and the next on January 30th, this is a great time to plan, meditate, and manifest your goals for the months ahead.
Make The Most of It
2014 already holds record breaking weather patterns with most of the United States in a deep freeze while here in Southern California remain in drought. I am expecting these bizarre patterns to continue here and around the world as our planet is forward evolving and emitting heat, gas, smoke, vapors in the air. Hurricanes, volcanoes, earthquakes, drought, etc. are becoming more frequent than ever before. We will adapt, do what we can with what we have, and move on.
The general energy of 2014 is one of Abundance and I think there is a good probability of economic growth in the major Stock Markets. This positive change in our financial growth continues to expand into these next couple years.
One of the famous quotes of Nelson Mandela that inspires us to make the most of it this year, "Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success if they are dedicated to and passionate about what they do"
Chino Hills Community Center
Chino Hills Community Center
Starmerge memorializes its support of the new Chino Hills Community Center with a signature brick installed in the front entry walkway. The scheduled Grand Opening is scheduled for February 8, 2014 at 14250 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills.
For more information contact City of Chino Hills
Known for its beautiful rural atmosphere, Chino Hills is a growing population of approximately 82,000 , 41 parks, and about 39 miles of trails.
Along the Southern and Western borders is the Chino Hills State Park known for miles and miles of hills, valleys and wildlife. There are coyote, deer, owls, raccoon's, skunks, opossums, rabbits, reptiles, and even some mountain lions have been spotted.
I established Starmerge.Com n this magnificent city in 1999 and throughout the years it has morphed several times only to return to its original format of services in Extra Sensory Perception.
Thank you for visiting my blog and joining me in this year's festivities.