Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The Right Year for a Jump

On Thursday, Asia celebrates the beginning of the Iron Hare year. It is said to be a good year, more pleasant than the past one.
According to Tibetan astrology, there will be a leap month that postpones the New Year's day on March 5. If you should be interested in astrology, have fun reading this. And looking back to predictions of the past, the year 2010, might give a glimpse on the value of Tibetan astrology. Just to mention that major misfortune was predicted for Pakistan...
Does it feel new to me when the year changes, according to Asian astrological systems? Definitely so, a lot more than January 1st. I wish you a fortunate year, a luckier year than the Iron Tiger turned out to be.
More Hares

8 comments:

Yael said...

Good morning Eva - I opened those links, and then another one and another one - oh, my head is spinning... So much information on things I have never heard of!

Eva said...

Yes I admit that Tibetan astrology is terribly complicated. I gave up on studying it.

jude said...

happy new year from a rabbit.

Deborah said...

I'm certainly hoping it's going to be a better year! Happy New Year!

Els said...

Eva, although you love tigers, I wish you a happy rabbit year!
( ...with a lot of stitching and painting ....)

Rayna said...

Oy! I tried to read all that stuff and was so confused I gave up. I couldn't even figure out what animal I am.

Diane said...

And I you, sending you many creative well wishes!

Cobalt Violet said...

I love a new beginning! so... I am going with it!
Love that red bunny! Poor Pakistan... they had the horrible earthquake a few years ago then the floods ...
let's hope those poor people get a break!