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Chinese astrology famous horoscope readings of the century - Jeff Bezos

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Jeff Bezos - Retail reformer with help from mans best friend

Jeffrey Preston "Jeff" Bezos born on a Metal Rooster day is the founder, president, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and chairman of the board of

Yin Metal denotes the analyst, scientist and mathematician and someone endowed with great attention to detail. Jeff graduated a Tau Beta Pi of Princeton University and worked as a financial analyst for D. E. Shaw & Co. before founding Amazon in 1994. This was a Wood Dog year. Wood for him denotes wealth and the Dog, prosperity, and was further enhanced by the Water Dog in his ten year luck pillar, starting his historic success.

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There is a clash with the heavenly stem of Yin Wood in his month pillar signifying an estranged father and as a result, his father left after their first year together. Luckily a Metal Rooster prefers independence and he must have been better able to cope than most.

Having learned independence at an early age, he would have absorbed grace and honour from his grandfather, whose ranch his family grew up on. This is shown by the year stem of Yin Water being more compatible with his day stem.

Meanwhile the Ox of the month pillar is also highly compatible and shows a very strong bond with his mother, who must have come from a prosperous family of land owners. This prosperity developed his confidence and as a result he was set to become extremely prosperous in life.

Man’s best friend?

After his mother remarried, they moved home several times eventually settling in Florida where he attended a Science Training Program at the University of Florida, receiving a Silver Knight Award in 1982. This Water Dog year was about to become a significant point in his life, probably due to it being one of the six combinations of Dog / Rabbit which produces an extra element of fire providing power and recognition for him.

Alternatively, if he was born in the Monkey hour of 15:00 – 17:00 the Dog would create a triple combination which could account for his great love of computers and science, especially physics, and bring great prosperity. Let us follow this trend and decide which is which.

On entering a ten year luck pillar of Water Dog in 1986, he graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University. He then worked on Wall Street in the computer science field, building a network for international trade and providing a foundation for his online empire. Gaining valuable experience he moved to Bankers Trust, quickly becoming a vice-president. Later on he moved to D. E. Shaw & Co and worked in computer science.

Bezos founded in 1994 in his garage. And guess what, it is another Dog year; this time a Wood Dog . This wood element represents wealth which augured well, as Amazon eventually led him to become a billionaire and one of the most prominent dot-com entrepreneurs.
Jeff’s year pillar of Water Rabbit represents society and his place within it. The water shows he is creative and serves the public whilst the Rabbit shows he has great opportunities to make money when doing this. 1999 was an Earth Rabbit year which reacted with the Dog in his luck pillar to bring power and recognition and as a result he was named Time magazine's “Person of the Year”.

chinese astrology imageIn 2006 he entered a new luck pillar of Metal Monkey; a pairing associated with great reform, although it also indicates personal setbacks and competition. 2008 was an Earth Rat year which combined with this Monkey to bring new ways of doing things and he was selected by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's Best Leaders.

At the time of writing this Metal Rabbit year bodes well for him as it denotes friendship and support, more wealth opportunities and perhaps some further awards from society.


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