THE CHINESE ZODIAC ELEMENT

The ancient Chinese astronomers called the 5 major planets by the names of the elements they were associated with. They come in order of the elements and the animals associated with them and not as per the actual order of the planets from nearest to farthest the sun.
Venus — Metal (White Tiger)
Jupiter — Wood (Azure Dragon)
Mercury — Water (Black Tortoise)
Mars — Fire (Vermilion Bird)
Saturn — Earth (Yellow Dragon)
According to Chinese astrology, a person's destiny can be determined by the position of the major planets at the person's birth along with the positions of the Sun, Moon and comets and the person's time of birth and Zodiac Sign.
The Chinese conception of 'element' is therefore quite different from the Western one. The Western elements were seen as the basic building blocks of matter. The Chinese 'elements' were seen as ever changing and moving forces or energies.  

WOOD
Those born under the Chinese Astrology Element of Wood are like the rings of a tree circle out and expand through the years. Natives of this element seek chances for growth and for renewal in all their efforts. Their open and extroverted mind makes them compassionate and generous friend, associate and partner. They understand the intrinsic value of what they enjoy, and their confidence allows them to act upon their beliefs. While their strength forms the backbone of any social function, they have a tendency to be systematic in their thinking. They make mark on the world and are proficient in business ventures.

FIRE
Those born under the influence of the Chinese Element Fire, burn through life with their fierce charm, impulsive enthusiasm and restless emotions. They are natural leaders inspired with decisive actions and dramatic expressions. People are magnetically drawn to them. They are instinctual but their mind sparks with new ideas and clever solutions. In love, they are highly charged and explosive at times. These dynamic individuals can see straight to the heart of an issue and make it work for them. They may seem single-minded, but they just refuse to be swayed from important issues.

EARTH
Those of born under the influence of the Chinese Astrology Element of Earth are wise, serene and prudent, firmly rooted. They have innate sense of morals, ethics and responsibilities. Led by logic rather than emotion, they seek to plan their life as far out in advance as possible.  . They are disciplined, reserved and garner respect and admiration. They're so bound by logic and dependent upon controlling their situation that they have a fear of the unknown. Accordingly, they question their instincts and most cherished dreams. Their whims are mere frivolous distractions. Their wisdom and peace of mind is required in the needy world.

METAL
Those of born under the influence of the Chinese Astrology element of Metal are determined, self-reliant and forceful. They enjoy the good life and all it has to offer like luxury, comfort and freedom. They're reclusive and want the acclaim, but also want to be left alone. They create their own success, building desired destiny with single-minded focus. Others look up to them in awe of their commanding and confident presence. While the Metal individuals are strong and virtuous, they can also be stern taskmasters as well.

WATER
Those born under the influence of the Chinese Astrology Element of Water, act with the assured variability of a river. Their strength and quiet charm makes them creative, captivating, diplomatic and intuitive. They are the masters of subtle persuasion. They can gain someone's trust and affection, and follow it anywhere. They make everyone feel special, noting and praising each person's unique talents. Their inherent pliability and flowing tranquility makes them appealing. They are sometimes too passive, too willing to be what others want. They tend to take the shape of whatever container they are poured into.

Yearly Predictions as per Chinese Calender

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