The Wood Snake is Ian Whyte's day master which makes him not a stable personality. Ian Whyte is impressionable, tends to defiance and to enter into labile relationships.
Ian Whyte is extrovert, sociable, performance driven and active. Ian Whyte is a good host and entertainer, loves children and nature.
Ian Whyte is better at realising the ideas of others than his own. Ian Whyte goes a silent and unspectacular way but is able to point the way ahead. Ian Whyte is also very sensitive and vulnerable. In secret this Wood Snake feels superior.
Ian Whyte is an understanding listener, has a talent for languages and possess a lot of intuition. Ian Whyte likes to uncover secrets whereas he uses subtle methods. Ian Whyte likes to stay in the background.
Ian Whyte's outer appearance is elegant and neat. When Ian Whyte is motivated he is a hard worker. The first impression rules even if opinions or logic speaks against it. Ian Whyte is curious, inquisitive and adventurous, practical, factual and full of ideas.
The Yin Wood day master is mounted on the Snake and forms with it the personality pattern Shang Guan and the Nayin flame of a candle. The Qi phase is Mu Yu (to be cleansed).
Note: The element combination of the day master is considered to represent the me and provides the person with a set of basic traits that are influenced by the other element combinations of the year, month and hour.
This pig is affable, discreet, less naive than his sign comrades, active, sometimes sullen, which never lasts long, and very venturesome. Like all pigs, he is an idealist, and if he values or loves you, he is willing to overlook all your mistakes. As a helpful person he puts the fortune of all over his own interests. The latter shows that this individual is not a good fighter. However, he is favoured by luck and reaches more easily than others an unexpected success.
People standing under the influence of the Rooster possess a bigger analytic strength than others. It is easier for them to recognize causes and roots of a problem. Some more difficulties they do have with synthetic, integral ideas. The task of these people is to analyze themselves, but also to recognize, that not all things need an analytic approach.
Virgo-Pigs stay even then modest when they can call a high bank account their own. They do not retreat from the path of virtue. Sometimes they are thought to be pedantic.
The elements and respective signs by the teachings of Bazi Suan Ming give a more complete analysis of a person than the normally known only chinese year sign. In Bazi Suan Ming ("Four Pillars of Destiny = eight signs") the day sign is the one that represents the me, and thus the key personality of a person. Of course the interaction between the elements and signs play also a significant role. Going into the depth of how to calculate those elements and how they interact with each other would go a step too far on this page. Only a person can be defined by his or her 8 elements which are represented by four heavenly stems and four earth branches. The earth branches consist of one of the animal signs which in themselves also represent an element.
The Year Pillar shows the relationship with family and society at large.
The Month Pillar represents your childhood and how you relate with your parents.
The Day Pillar provides information on your relationship with your spouse or partner - whereas the Day Stem (the upper sign) is considered your "Self Element" as it represents you within the chart.
The Hour Pillar refers to career and/or the relationship with children.
Each element (each phase) in the chart represents a specific person and your path in life. An optimal balanced element chart features each of the elements in the same strength, which of course, is seldomly the case. The interaction of the heavenly stems among each other as well as with the earth branches can create more elements.
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As you can see I do not have the birth hour for Ian Whyte making the analysis incomplete and unclear.
The men as well as the women are not really happy when they discover their Chinese sign is a pig since this animal does not have the same good reputation in our western world as it does have in the Far East. There this animal is the symbol for wealth of the family, the luck, the honesty and the sensuality. This all sounds very positive. You should wear this sign with dignity and if the word pig is not liked you can always rename it to boar like some do since it sounds manlier. And manliness is along with generosity, honesty and braveness an essential part of the pig's character. Ian Whyte is also polite, very much adapted to his surrounds, not at all revolutionary even if he claims that our society is imperfect and needs improvement. He is regularly engaged for a noble cause. Amnesty International for example would find a member in him or any other organisation which fights for equity and the human rights. He dreams of a better but not necessarily a perfect world. Ian Whyte is no pessimist even if life has made him suspicious or his good-heartedness or his congenital compassion is abused.
You should never name this life loving and friendly pig man lenient, undecided or submissive. He never starts a fight but when overrun, betrayed or not rightly accused he can react harshly. To tell the truth a badly treated pig man transforms into a boar which reacts quickly, violently and determined. The opponent is caught and ridiculed with hurtful words or if the matter is more serious knocked out. Never drive a pig in a corner and be aware of his violent temper.
Yet pig men are favoured by luck and adaptable. They are tough, exact and determined workers. You find them in professions reaching from high-finance to the movies as well as in literature, music, dance, painting and even at car races. With his tendency towards the past he could also become an archaeologist, a professor for history or Latin and more rarely engineer of the Aeronautic or specialist in nuclear physics.
Ian Whyte is polite, completely integrated into our society, friendly and never mundane. Absurd conventions irritate him and he has a horror of insincere relationships. This is also the reason why he prefers evenings with friends over big birthday receptions and rather goes away with his pals than to attend an official invitation. Ian Whyte is a tolerant man who yearns for harmony and scorn neither comfort nor luxury but does not know vanity. He is a man of taste, epicurean, sensual and passionate. Now we come to the abyss in which some of the pigs could fall: the preference for good food and their lack of restraint if they do not guard it.
In the matters of the heart his extraordinaire ability to love and his longing to share his life with someone has to be mentioned. The he will give his best. Once he is content and feels secure this loyal and faithful man will be happy and dream of being spoiled and that all of his wishes come true.
Our friend - you have to admit - is sometimes stubborn and he does lack the finesse especially when he is standing short before a change. At the daily life he is mostly tolerant and agreeable. He belongs to the sort of men who takes a vacuum cleaner in the hand or does the dishes and who does not hesitate to accompany his wife on a shopping tour or window shopping. He is also a responsible father in the sense that he can be sometimes authoritarian or possessive.
He loves good food which in some cases has dangerous effects on his health and body's aerodynamics. In this respect he does not listen to any advice. There is only one solution. You have to be a diet cook.
Since Ian Whyte marries out of love and takes it absolutely seriously his loyalty is extremely high, not to say phenomenal. Ian Whyte is not a paragon of virtue. For eternal love he must trust his partner and she has to be able to satisfy him, otherwise his capricious Libido will be calmed elsewhere. It is better to know this beforehand.
If you have managed to lure him to your home he first will smell the delicious aroma of your kitchen that waves through your apartment, since you have invited him for dinner. He loves order and a well equipped kitchen but also a lively and unconventional apartment in which every object confirms your personality. You will have the statue of a cat you bought at Cairo, a Breton cupboard you inherited from your grandmother, a thick woollen carpet, a big farmhouse styled dining table which is nicely decorated and illuminated by candles in copper candle holders. His heart will not be torn between the old furniture and your modern kitchen. It will be you who he loves!
A Pig man is interested in anything, beginning with history to current affairs. You can surprise him by telling him about your non-existent museum, mention your love for animal or entertain him with funny stories he does not know yet.
A pipe made of brier by Dunhill (if he is a smoker); a nice old magnifying glass so he can look at objects of your or his collections more closely, a telescope, a corkscrew, an oyster knife, a board game, one of the books Grand Bernard of the French Wines and most of all the one of the Wines from Barsac and Sauterne, or the book spoonerisms by Joel Martin as well as the dictionary of searing words. You can also give him cooking books. But in that case you should need to know a bit more about your friend. It could be that he tends rather to consume than to read in this regard.
Pig and Pig
Who was able to understand a pig better than another pig? The similarities in life style and moral concept should actually be a perfect foundation for a happy togetherness if there wasn't the individualism of the pig. In fact both go on each other nerves because they realise they often have the same thought at the same time. Something the pig hates the most is uniformity. In order for this relationship to work it is important to draw a clear line between their spheres of life.
Pig and Rat
Whether the pig and the rat get along well depends basically on how well the rat can adapt to the kind and trustfully, perhaps sometimes the portly nature of the pig. May there be a mutual sympathy on the basis of common interests in the beginning the rat soon misses the edge in the relationship. Crises are pre-programmed, which could lead to the pig and rat getting closer if they are overcome together. Then both will value what they have in the other.
Pig and Ox
The pig and the ox are an uneven couple. The ox literally stands with two feet on the ground of facts and the pig is with his head constantly in the clouds. In the beginning the ox thinks the pig is an odd codger and the pig thinks the ox is bourgeois. But soon the two discover how well their different lifestyles complement each other. From this combination the power is generated to make miracles come true. If they manage to see each other as a mutual enrichment of their lives they will become more than happy with each other.
Pig and Tiger
Both have one thing in common; they don't let others have a say in their matters. And that is all they share. The tiger is very much irritated by the indecisiveness of the pig. The pig does not understand the tiger that does not waste time if he thinks something is right to do. Should both of these characters find to each other it can be expected that a relationship is marked by many ups and downs and by phases in which one cannot do with and without the other. Their key for luck is to give the other a lot of space.
Pig and Rabbit
Regarding the outer circumstances of a relationship it could not go better between rabbit and pig, let it be the creation of the own home or the planning of the future, both complement each other perfectly. Basically the relationship between rabbit and pig has an ideal character. But so much harmony can also mean a standstill in the personal development as an individual. As hard as it may be for both it is important that both find things to do separately.
Pig and Dragon
A pig and a dragon seem to be an unlike couple at the first gaze in which the roles are clearly given. The dragon directs and the pig dances. A misconception! The pig understands it perfectly to get the dragon exactly where he wants him to be without the dragon seeing through the manoeuvre. Even if the dragon understands that the pig has once more tricked him he cannot be mad at the pig. The dragon bows before so much cleverness.
Pig and Snake
Some people might think that the pig with his tolerance and insightful nature has no chance against the sometimes manipulative snake in this relationship. And indeed the pig will fall for the charismatic snake at the beginning. But as soon as the pig sees through the snake the snake will see the awe inspiring boar in the pig and quickly change her opinion. Such a realisation is often just the beginning of a relationship based on true admiration.
Pig and Horse
At least the horse and the pig regard each other with sympathy and if they enter into a relationship it happens out of a true deep feeling for the mutual trust. But soon there is the danger that the horse feels stopped by the sometimes predictable nature of the pig and starts to feed on other grazing lands. The pig can only counter that by showing the horse how special and unique it is. The pig only needs few surprising moments in order to bind the horse for the long haul.
Pig and Goat
The pig and the goat fall in love with each other from the very first moment. They recognise and find a soul mate in the respective other that can only rarely be found. Both like to listen to their intuition and both take a great effort in letting the other feel good. Soon they build their common nest and plan for a future happiness. Since both have a very gentle nature to treat each other and always have the best interest in each other a relationship between the pig and the goat is usually long lasting.
Pig and Monkey
The monkey is too unstable for the pig's liking and most of all the pig has a problem that the monkey does not take the truth too seriously from time to time, which is an absolute must for the truth loving pig. The monkey thinks the pig is boring and tries to provoke him. From time to time both try to come together but the monkey has difficulties in treating the pig as a true partner. How long the pig will accept that is questionable as well as being a good combination as a couple.
Pig and Rooster
The pig obviously enjoys the rooster helping him with his needs with his great sense of order. The pig is not lazy but sometimes somewhat uncoordinated and exactly here the rooster complements the pig. The rooster on the other hand benefits from the mental clearness of the pig, which helps the pig to solve some mental knots. The rooster and pig won't have a spectacular relationship but they will always be there for each other and treat each other with great respect.
Pig and Dog
There is no question, dog and pig like each other. Truth and honesty are high values for both which they find in the respective other. Yet while the dog is drawn to the wide world to put his ideals into reality, the pig is satisfied with the small happiness of togetherness in the own home. The dog is again and again disappointed by that since he feels that the pig basically agrees with him but cannot retrace the dog's zest for action. Only an honest and open interaction with each other can keep this relationship stable.