The Rooster belongs to the Yin group of animals. This is the tenth sign of the Chinese horoscope. Its time is from 17 to 19 hours.
Autumn is the lucky season, with September being the busiest. It corresponds to the sign of Virgo in the European zodiac. It has a metal fixed element. Yellow is the color of happiness and prosperity. Hawthorn, sunflower, gentian, palm, and orange are lucky flowers and plants. No one can deny her militancy and perseverance, so this is not in vain. The Rooster is thought to represent the Sun because his morning crowing summons a mighty luminary to the sky. In India, he represents solar energy, while in Japan, he represents the rebirth of the first light.
The rooster represents the five main virtues in China. This is a true good omen, as its appearance and gait attract good spirits, and its scallop resembles a noble Chinese nobleman - mandarin. A Rooster is a patron image and a symbol of life. He heralds the beginning of the day and scatters the evil spirits of darkness with his invocation of him. When there was no clock, the Rooster served as an alarm clock, and now, in remote villages where civilization has yet to penetrate, people stand up to begin field work at the call of a Rooster. The Rooster's life does not look promising. They usually have many ups and downs in their lives, both in love and at work. Poverty and wealth will alternate.
The Rooster will be a minor bouncer if he was born in the spring. The Rooster's childhood, adolescence, and adulthood are frequently fraught with problems that cause him to hover and fall.