Fire-Rooster - The Year Sign
God: Indirect Wealth
If you like yourself too much, you seldom appeal. The appearance only blinds those who are naive - the true being is what gets lost.
Yi (Yin Wood): strong Day Master
Day pillar: Wood-Rooster
God: Indirect Power
Water Of The River Head
The Yin-wood day master is mounted on the Rooster. Tad Williams' universal energy is Totally Vanished.
Tad Williams is amusing, cheerful, lively and possesses an unshakable demeanour of power and confidence. Crisp like champagne is his verbalisation when in the company but he can as equally become as tough as a diamond when he wants to assert. A Rooster with decidedness and self-determination, who is powerful, engaging and endearing in style and appearance.
Tad Williams is absolutely rather eccentric. Thereby, he radiates an enormous cheerful calmness which, combined with his ability of logical thinking make a harmonious overall impression. Tad Williams must fight the Rooster's problems more than other sign comrades. He likes to talk and cannot be interrupted as it is typical for this sign. But also complicated detail problems utilise his undivided attention. From this liking, a particular pedantry may develop which will force him to plan every tiny detail of his daily routine.
Tad Williams is a feminine and emotional but very brave person. He possesses much sense of details and is able to do well with all works demanding precision and could be very successful with trading arts. The Indirect Power personality pattern is favourable here because it makes Tad Williams intelligent and intuitive. He is a true friend.
When you meet him, he seems unimposing at first but only later shows his true greatness and becomes extrovert and sociable, performance driven and active. Always, he assesses matters from new perspectives, which could lead to problems. If Tad Williams does not spread himself too thin and thinks things through, he can become quite successful.
It is easier for him to put ideas of others into reality than his own and deals superbly well with pressure and stress. Curious, inquisitive and venturesome, practical and objective, creative and full of ideas, Tad Williams loves children and nature and is a splendid host and entertainer.
Tad Williams is a sensitive soul, vulnerable and not as confident as other roosters. Only when he has built a secure, stable private and homely environment, that changes. Then, he can relax and becomes a loveable being with whom you can have much fun. As a marrying partner, he is quite sought out and he also makes a magnificent permanent partner. If you push him into a corner, he may fight but he rather likes to put oil on the water and tackle things peacefully.
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 Tad Williams' 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 Tad Williams a Yin Wood spring person. Wood is prosperous in spring.
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 Tad Williams 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.