The Pig belongs to the Yin group of animals. This is the twelfth sign of the Chinese horoscope. It works from 21 to 23 hours.
Autumn is the season that brings him good fortune. November is the busiest month. The Pig corresponds to the sign of Scorpio in the European zodiac. Water is its fixed element. Blue and fawn are the colors that bring him happiness and prosperity. Lavender, acacia, and hazelnut are good luck flowers and plants.
The Pig is a mix of licentiousness and ferocity. This is a mix of dark and light beginnings that frequently alternate. You feel helpless and helpless in front of him. His presence delights and excites wealth. The Pig is elusive, wild, and often found alone. These animals eat acorns and trample fields, and they may be lascivious pigs used to living in a warm barn. Pigs are black and white, and many legends surround them. Everywhere A Pig is an outcast. It refers to spiritual power in Druidic myths. Such pigs devastate fields and orchards. However, in China, the Pig represents bravery, prosperity, and nobility.
The Pig should not be born on New Year's Eve because it will be eaten for the holiday. It is preferable if the Pig's birthday does not coincide with traditional holidays, because only then can they be happy. Their childhood is always peaceful because they are protected by their parents and patrons. In general, youth is associated with a wide range of emotional issues. The first part of their life is relatively calm, but the second part is fraught with difficulties.