Peace-loving, polite, sincere, shy, kind, creative, determined, and slightly pessimistic.

Elegant with particular sensitivity for beauty and art. Goat people are wise, gentle, and compassionate, yet shy. They can make money through their abilities and enjoy the comfortable lifestyle they like. Goats are among the animals that people like most as it is gentle and calm. Since ancient times, people have used its fleece to protect them from the cold. Initially, Goat people look better off than others; however, they are often pessimistic and puzzled about life. They are usually deeply religious and are always passionate about what they do and what they believe in.


Goats are generally clever, kind-hearted, fond of the quiet life, and commonly have symmetrical figures and features. They have strong faith and are wise and compassionate. They are cautious in business and tend to go around it. In their daily life, they try to be economical. Sheep women are caring, but they should avoid pessimism and hesitation.


Goats are often over-sensitive, prone to worry, shy, pessimistic, moody, indecisive, and weak-willed. They enjoy flattery and compliments and like to be looked after by others. As they are quite timid, they do not dare to express their love openly and are often interested in strange theories.


Goat represents the end of summer when the land is hot and dry. It carries mainly hot Yin Earth, hidden Yin Wood (needs to be activated through harmony with Rabbit or Pig), and a rather diminishing Yin Fire.


Harmony: Goat belongs to the Wood Element structure, together with Rabbit and Pig. It has hidden Yin Wood which needs to be activated by Rabbit or Pig.

Combination: Goat and Horse combine together, increasing the Element of hot and dry Earth.

Clash: Goat and Ox are in a double clash. Yin Wood vs. Yin Metal, and Yin Fire vs. Yin Water.

Harm: Goat’s Yin Earth has a tendency to control Rat’s Yin Water; at the same time, Yin Water can attack Yin Fire within the Goat, creating Mutual Harm.