Leo in Combined Astrology

Those born under the Western Zodiac sign of Leo have much to say about everything. Leos are strong, confident, and majestic. They are highly social individuals who are often heavily involved in pursuits that interest them. Charming, witty, and intriguing, Leos tend to have a flair for the dramatic and many of them are born entertainers. Though they like to get their way as often as possible, Leos are also forgiving and generous individuals with a great zest for life. They have independent spirits and often are highly ambitious in their pursuit of personal happiness.

Leo is a prideful sign, so looking good and being liked are both important to this sign. They are outgoing and exuberant and most people enjoy listening to them talk, which is something of a performance in and of itself.

Leos must be careful not to become too self-involved though, as they can also be domineering and pretentious. Sensitive signs sometimes don’t understand a Leo’s loud and dramatic sense of communication and may interpret it as vain or melodramatic. Leos can also be very prideful and hide their true feelings if those ideas are unpopular. This sign requires adoration and respect and have a hard time understanding when they don’t get it. Leos can also be very controlling, though they almost always mean well.

Leo in Combined Astrology

Combined Astrology is the merging of the 12 signs of the Western zodiac with the 12 animal signs of the Chinese zodiac. I find it a very interesting and accurate form of Astrology and it is perhaps the type that I know the best. Most people are always fascinated when they read their combined sign for the first time. It really does help define who you are, questions that you may have had about yourself that your normal astrological sign hadn’t been able to answer completely can normally be answered using this method. Almost everyone knows there western sign, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, etc but not everyone knows about there Chinese sign.

Unlike the western signs, which are taken from the date of your birth, Chinese astrology is more concerned with the year of your birth and each sign begins on the Chinese New Year. There are 12 animals, The Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Each sign comes around every 12 years, for example I was born in 1978 which was the year of the Horse. The next Horse year after that was in 1990, 12 years later.

The 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac affect Leo in different ways. The following analyses show the difference between different kinds of Leo.

Leo Combinations

Leo Zodiac