SNAKE Horoscope Feb 10, 1929 to
Jan 29, 1930
Feb 6, 1989 to Jan 26, 1990
people enter a room and there is Music, Music, Joy!
Everyone dances! Such high spirit! The Snake is so intense and
passionate, just as likely to take out the castanets as to climb
mountains of snow. Snake year people are charming and romantic, often
planning delightful hideaway surprises. Possessing tremendous wisdom,
they are deep, quiet thinkers, calm by nature, but most intense. They
often get involved in great causes, bigger than life, and often serve as
mentors to the young. To paraphrase Confucius, they have a kind of inner
beauty that arises, hovers, then comes to nest. They will have an
abundance of good fortune and a long and prosperous life.
Sharkfin Soup and Chinese Cabbage are among keys to good health!!
Before we get to the good things, let's get this
out of the way: The Earth Snake can be, in a word, snaky. Seductive and
alluring, they can wrap their prey in a clever web almost impossible to
escape. Their disarming manner has its charms but can backfire, when
people run like crazy for blessed relief. But, oh, my, how Earth Snakes
can shine. Their inborn magnetism, quick response to the needy, and
unaffected love for their fellow men compel support from high and low
alike. People generally gravitate towards these very graceful creatures
who are citizens of the world, as much at home on the tennis court as in
a museum or taking part in a street festival. Earth Snakes do well in
school and lead a privileged life throughout their later career years.
Golden years promise good financial fortune. In the Romance &
Relationship Department, Snakes are not at all snaky, in fact they are a
bit too cautious, afraid that if they give their love away, they won't
get it back. Nonsense! Once the love bug bites, they are very ingenuous
and imaginative in keeping the romantic flame burning.
Famous Snake People: Mao Tse-tong, Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi,
Ferdinand Marcos, Abraham Lincoln, Lady Pamela Mountbatten, Martin
Luther King, Grace Kelly, Jacqueline Kennedy, Edgar Allen Poe, Prime
Minister Tony Blair, Bob Dylan