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Biorythm Compatibility

From the Biorhythmic Compatibility Test page.

Jennifer and Robert were born 651 days apart.

Physical cycle compatibility:57.67%
Emotional cycle compatibility:70.71%
Mental cycle compatibility:65.49%
Overall compatibility: 64.62%


from WebCrawler's Rate Your Romance site.

Sagittarius & Pisces

The Pisces-Sagittarius combination emphasizes home. This home, full of good meals and children, will become the base to which Sagittarius returns after travels. Homecoming celebrations will include generous helpings of love. Pisces and Sagittarius share a significant planet, Jupiter. There will be continual honeymoons if Pisces can accept Sagittarius' razzle-dazzle comings and goings. The chances of this happening fall in the "maybe" range.

Chinese Horoscope

Excerpts from Mel's Chinese Horoscope
Jennifer - the Dragon - 1964

The Dragon has such an assertive personality and so much will-power, and such a desire to succeed that she will often reach the top of her chosen profession. She has leadership qualities and will do well in positions where she can put her own ideas into use. Blessed is the boss who hires the Dragon and leaves her alone and lets her use her own judgment, talents and abilities. You will usually find the Dragon in a leadership role. She is the manager of her department, the owner of the business, the show-business star, the anchorwoman of the news, or a successful politician. She can't be anything else but the best or die trying.

The Dragon believes in her own abilities and runs the risk of being over-confident. After all she can make errors like the rest of us but she just doesn't believe it. While ther trait can be disastrous, that very same trait supplies the tenacity for the Dragon to bounce back and try again till she gets it right. That's why she is so often at the top.

The self-sufficient Dragon revels in her self-sufficiency and cherishes her independence so much that she, above all other signs, will sometimes remain single throughout her life. The Dragon loves the feeling of independence and freedom even if in the midst of a large family. If she marries at all, she will usually marry young. The Dragon is well suited to the Snake, Rat, Monkey and Rooster. The Rabbit, Pig, Horse and Goat will very much like the Dragon and will go against their own personality traits to join in with the Dragon on one of her escapades. Two Dragons will get along wonderfully, for each of them gives the other enough space and independence and fosters that all important feeling of freedom. The Ox and Dog will find the Dragon too impulsive and extroverted and though attracted to her good-looks, they will back off when the Dragon opens her mouth. The Tiger and Dragon are at odds with one another. Both are very strong-willed, and both insist on taking the lead. Both will speak their minds, regardless of the feeling of the other. A volatile match for friend or lover - it won't last.

In China, the leader of the carnival is most always the Dragon. She is blessed with the sign of luck. The Dragon is, by nature, physically attractive. She will be a beautiful baby, a cute child and an attractive adult without even trying. This is truly the lucky sign of the zodiac. Although her good looks will first attract people, her charisma and the self-confidence she exudes will hold their interest. She will have many friends and will nearly always be the center of attention. The female Dragon has an earthy, natural beauty, which exerts a sort of magnetism. The female Dragon and female Tiger will be the two most attractive women in any room. The female Tiger has a more sopherticated and pampered quality. Although the female Tiger will see the female Dragon as competition the Dragon innocently sees the Tiger as merely a friend she hasn't met as of yet.. Both the male and female Dragon enjoy being in the limelight and is often at her best when in a tight situation and confronted with difficult social problem. She always has an opinion and doesn't mind telling you what it is even if it's controversial. She is used to attracting attention from an early age and is at ease speaking to crowds whether from a podium or a bar stool. Whether speaking to ten people or ten million people, its all the same to her because of her self-confidence.

The Dragon is a traveler and likes it that way. The more exotic and off the beaten path a destination the more the Dragon will like it. The adventurous streak in the Dragon will take her to far away places most people don't even care to go. She is a good traveler except for her impatience. The Dragon hates delays and can get extremely upset and irritable over even the smallest of hold-ups. Since she lives for the moment, there is nothing that riles her more than to be kept waiting. She thinks life is a valuable gift and she wouldn't think of wasting a moment of it. Wasting her time is like robbing her of her most precious possession which she can never get back.

The Dragon has considerable energy and is not afraid of long hard work in order to achieve her goal. She doesn't even see it as working hard. It is merely what he must do to accomplish her goal. She is not one to dwell on the doing of the work for its own sake , but rather, will do her best at her work because she already envisions herself at the goal line. He has an ability to think nothing is impossible and visualize herself successfully achieving her goal.

Because the Dragon is innately honest she thinks other people are as well. She takes people at their word and for such a sopherticated traveler and head for business, she is gullible and can easily be duped. If she discovers that her trust has been abused or been played for a fool, she can sometimes become very bitter and she will carry a grudge for a lifetime. She is clever and intelligent and will make a formidable enemy if provoked. Luckily it is hard to provoke her, for it must be a serious betrayal. She is somewhat of a perfectionist and the same high standards she holds for herself she also holds for others..She is quick to criticize and cannot understand the concept of not having a constant goal to work toward, whether it be self-improvement through wealth, travel, education, or experience. She is determined and ambitious. She is a proud character and very lively. No moss grows on ther rolling stone.

Robert - the Rabbit - 1963

The Rabbit is born under the signs of virtue and prudence. The Rabbit attaches a great importance to his home and will often spend a great deal of money and time to furnish it, maintain it, and update it. He enjoys his creature comforts. He is a collector and derives much pleasure from collecting antiques, stamps, art, coins, or anything else that interests him. The Rabbit loves to entertain and exhibit his collections. He does not collect or display with a pretentious "show off" attitude but honestly enjoys sharing these things which give him great pleasure. He hopes that his collections in turn might give his friends some pleasure as well. He enjoys the finer things in life and usually has very good taste. He will gravitate to the finest clothes and the finest restaurants in town.

The Rabbit is methodical and conscientious. He makes a good lawyer, diplomat, administrator or priest. He is the most excellent of communicators and excels in any job in which he can show- case his remarkable skill in this area. He tends to be loyal to his employers and makes the best employee an employer could imagine. He is honest, respected by all and has a high degree of integrity. If the Rabbit ever finds himself in a position of great power he will expect these traits in those who work under him and can become authoritarian. He is a witty and intelligent speaker and loves to be in a good discussion. He is always discreet and diplomatic and can be relied on to preserve the peace in an argument and never to raise his voice in anger. He avoids confrontation and will let insults slide to keep the peace.

The Rabbit likes to think out a problem and does not like to be rushed into making a quick and sudden decision. He hates to be in a situation that is fraught with tension. He is a cautious planner and does not like to take risks. Basically, he likes a secure, calm and stable environment without change. He is always happy to leave things just as they are. You will not find the Rabbit picketing with signs for a change in the status quo.

The Rabbit is not the most faithful of signs when it comes to marriage. He is best suited to the Goat, Snake, Pig and Ox. Due to his sociable and easy-going manner he can also get along with another Rabbit, the Tiger, Dragon, Horse, Monkey, and Dog. He will feel ill-at-ease with the Rat and the Rooster as both these signs tend to want to confront and speak their minds in a critical way. The Rabbit loathes any form of criticism or unpleasantness.

The Rabbit will rarely be short of admirers and will often have several serious romances before settling down. Having a "significant other" in his life will be very important to him even if he is not faithful. The Rabbit takes considerable care with his appearance. Much time and effort is put into looking smart and well turned out. You will not see a Rabbit underdressed for an occasion. As a matter of fact, he will be chic and appropriately dressed at all times for any occasion. Both the female and male Rabbit wish to be more than average looking and use everything at their disposal to become more attractive. The Rabbit believes if he was not born conforming to society's idea of beauty then there must be a way around this impediment. He (or she) will then strive to be the best dressed, the best spoken, the best groomed, the wittiest conversationalist, etc. And you know what? He usually is the best.

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