Earth-Rabbit - The Year Sign
God: Indirect Power
The waste of your energy nourishes unknown enemies. Uninhibited acting achieves only seemingly satisfaction.
Ding (Yin Fire): very weak Day Master
Day pillar: Fire-Rooster
God: Indirect Wealth
Fire Under The Mountain
The Yin-Fire day master is mounted on the Rooster. John Cleese's universal energy is Growth & Flourish.
The longing for peace and harmony and a positive attitude are the typical features of John Cleese. He manages to find something good in the most unlikely situations, and due to his positive stance, he manages to get out of hairy situations most of the time. An incredible energy spurs him, and nobody would think of John Cleese being down due to his radiated winner pose. With this sympathetic, open and believable demeanour, John Cleese manages to find friends at any time. And friends are almost the most important thing on the world for him.
John Cleese undergoes intense mood swings because he stubbornly keeps a hold on his views and made insights and wants, at the same time, to compromise and dodge conflict. If John Cleese manages to deal with this contradictive tension internally and put his thoroughness to the service of his nature, he could take on an artistic profession for which he is predestined with his sense of harmony, being grounded in reality and a particular profoundness.
John Cleese is honourable, tolerant, intelligent, humorous and beloved. He possesses artistic abilities, is charismatic, self-motivated, passionate and sometimes adventurous. At times, John Cleese makes decisions without having looked, listened or thought things over which not always ends well. Always on the look for the new, trends and fashion are a big interest to him and he desires to be the centre of attention.
John Cleese plays his cards close to his chest and doesn't show his feelings. He can be distrustful, lavish, lively, hot-blooded, passionate and quick-tempered, easy to excite and causing excitement. Possessing a sharp mind, John Cleese is artistic with a feminine touch but with proper firmness and determination. He could be lucky with the arts and earn his money with it.
Being an excellent observer, he is unbiased and meticulous in all he does. He has an eye for details, is a good host and entertainer. Once John Cleese has accepted someone, he becomes a good friend who helps out in all situations, but he could also quickly put an immediate end to it.
John Cleese is a cheerful and successful partner which is good because until he has found the partner for life some time passes by. Whatever he intends to do he asserts and thus, it is better to approach him cautiously. Under the soft rabbit fur, you find sharp teeth.
Forget all about the Chinese Year sign you are born in. It doesn't say much about you. Chinese astrology is much more complex!
The following table lists the heavenly stems and earth branches of John Cleese's BAZI chart at his birth. The day master (DM), first row of the day pillar, is the self-element. It represents the me, the key from which all stems and branches receive their strength. That makes John Cleese a Yin Fire autumn person. Fire is trapped in autumn.
However, the day master's strength can differ from the element's season strength. The reason is the interactions of the stems and earth branches with each other. Depending on the season and type of element interaction the elements can further, control or harm each other. They can also clash.
To make those element interactions graspable, there are 10 gods; 7 Killings (7K), Direct Officer (DO), Indirect Wealth (IW), Direct Wealth (DW), Indirect Resource (IR), Direct Resource (DR), Friend (F), Rob Wealth (RW), Eating God (EG) and Hurting Officer (HO).
I'm working on a Chinese Metaphysics blog which is not online yet. In the future all of the above will be explained into depth, so you will be able to understand the meanings. For now, you find the gods for John Cleese listed in the respective table cells.
The Year Pillar shows the relationship with family and society at large.
The Month Pillar represents the childhood and how you relate to your parents.
The Day Pillar provides information about your relationship with your spouse or partner.
The Hour Pillar refers to career and/or the relationship with children.