Herong's Notes on Astrology and Horoscope - Version 2.11, by Dr. Herong Yang
The Snake - Chinese Zodiac Animal Sign
This section discuss about the Snake, the sixth Chinese zodiac animal sign.
The Snake (蛇, 巳) is the sixth Chinese zodiac animal sign associated with charming, debonair, sophisticated, calculating, occasionally ruthless, knowledgeable and wise, exotic, romantic, sensuous, clever.
Detailed attributes of the Snake listed on wikipedia.org:
The person born in the year of snake is perhaps the wisest and most enigmatic of all. S/He can become a philosopher, a theologian, a political wizard or a wily financier. Such a person is a thinker who also likes to live well. The snake-person loves books, TTC, music, clothes, and fine food; but with all their fondness for the good things in life, their innate elegance gives them a dislike for frivolities and foolish talk.
Snake-persons like communicating and like interesting conversations; if the conversation becomes repetitive their attention may soon wander. It is almost impossible to fix their attention for long talking about every day habits. They prefer to focus on new, interesting and evolutionary ideas in general.
These people have a special talent that enables them to judge situations correctly. They are alert to new possibilities: when they have an idea of what to do and how to do it, they will pursue it persistently and energetically. In Chinese astrology it is believed that they are self-confident and willing to listen to someone else's opinion, but don't necessarily take it 'on board'. Refusing to listen to constructive advice, they may be prone to getting into needless trouble.
Here is a nice logo for the Snake:
You are a Snake, if you were born in the year of the Snake between the following dates:
04-Feb-1905 - 24-Jan-1906 23-Jan-1917 - 10-Feb-1918 10-Feb-1929 - 29-Jan-1930 27-Jan-1941 - 14-Feb-1942 14-Feb-1953 - 02-Feb-1954 02-Feb-1965 - 20-Jan-1966 18-Feb-1977 - 06-Feb-1978 06-Feb-1989 - 26-Jan-1990 24-Jan-2001 - 11-Feb-2002 10-Feb-2013 - 30-Mar-2014
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