Your luck in the year of Earth Ox 2009 (base on your five lucky element)
Metal element people have a very good luck in 2009. The year of Earth helps the Metal element people. Lucky stars get together and shine together to lit the sky brightly. There is expectation for fruitful results in your endeavours. Good wealth luck brings in extra money. During 2009, People that around you will try to help you and give you guidance. Remember to take adequate break and caution against minor illnesses.
Water element people have a not so favorable luck for the year of ox (Earth). Accordingly, Earth / Soil destroys Water (Soil can make Water vanish). Immorality stars also appear to add pressure from your employment, school, parents, supervisor or rival. Remember to handle all watchfulness against accidents. Show more care and apprehension to your family and lover.
Wood element people have a not favorable luck for the year of ox (Earth). As a rule, Earth is afraid of Wood. Therefore Wood elements people need to struggle with strong Earth to win. You will face pressure from wealth that can bring you debt. Be more aware for all kind of investment. Try to treat others properly but treat yourself with the greatest discipline. Remember to spend your money wisely and do not be guarantors for others.
Fire element people have a fairly good luck for the year of ox (Earth). As a matter fact, Strong Earth could weaken the Fire. Therefore Fire elements people need to treat others nicely and talk to people sincerely in order to gain the reputation. You have to be caution against vile person plots and gossips. Remember to develop your relation with others to aid you in your career.
Earth element people have a very good luck for the year of ox (Earth). Earth element people will enjoy good news at the second half of the year. Attempt to involve more on the social activities. It will help you to gain more opportunity in your career or wealth. In addition, Good wealth luck brings in extra money. Just remember to do more good deeds and improve personal relations.
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