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A and response to ! ! - ~•* The cock that crows as the first coloring of dawn appears at the eastern horizon is a beautiful symbol of the ability, demonstrated by all and individuals, to give voice to what is as yet , but is on the way to manifestation. It is the vivid recognition of the as-yet-unknown in the known.
At every "sunrise" there are a few isolated witnesses that herald the coming of a new day. What is at stake here is the individual's capacity of RESPONSE TO LIFE'S RENEWALS — renewals which are cyclic, predictable, yet always new, always dynamic!
Rooster is a very popular symbol throughout China and Japan. By crowing come the dawn, the Rooster Spirit chases away evil spirits. The Chinese assign the Rooster as a proverbial mascot to the five virtues – civil responsibility, marital fidelity, courage, kindness, and confidence.
This creature’s dependability at dawn gives it the additional meanings of punctuality and constancy. practitioners paint a red Rooster on a house’s walls for protection from fire or a white one to safeguard the home from demons.
designate Rooster as a symbol of the , , the in disguise: chick, rooster, Phoenix!!! A symbol of protection and fertility (particularly for men). Element: Metal
Lucky Gemstone: Citrine
Positive Traits: Independent, strong, capable, brave, kind, respectable, witty, intelligent, active, entertaining, popular, outgoing, honest, and loyal
Negative Traits: Pushy, impatient, critical, insecure, narrow-minded, elitist, selfish, vain, and boastful!
Rooster Years: ...1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017