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The Chinese Year Of The Snake
The Chinese Year of the horse is one of the twelve Chinese zodiac signs. Unlike in our western astrology, in Chinese astrology each sign lasts for a year. Legend has it that as Buddha was about to depart the earth he summoned all the animals to say goodbye. Only twelve turned up so, to show his appreciation of their loyalty, he vowed that from then on each year would bear the name of one of the animals.
Chinese astrology is based on the Lunar Calendar. This means the Chinese New Year does not fall on the same day each year and can vary by as much as 3 weeks. So for babies born in late January/early February it is necessary to consult the charts to determine the correct sign.
You will find a chart of the dates and signs below.
9 February 2005 - 28 January 2006: Rooster
If you were born under the Chinese sign of the Snake, you are a classy Born undre the Chinese sign of the Snake!one! Snakes are wise and subtle, achieving through wit, cunning and stealth. Usually slow moving, they can strike with lightening speed, taking others by surprise.
People born under this sign are graceful and elegant. They are also cultured and intelligent, loving good books, music and the theatre. Snakes dress well and will never wear fake jewellery or cheap substitutes.
Snakes are economical and efficient, using just enough energy to get the job done. Even when resting their minds are constantly working. Snakes should not be underestimated, if they put their mind to it Snakes can achieve great things.
Don't cross a Snake, they will hold a grudge for years and wait for the perfect moment to strike back.
Snakes don't display much emotion and do well in business, often accumulating considerable wealth. They can be devious if this is to their benefit.
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