HORSE Horoscope Jan 25, 1906 to
Feb 12, 1907
Jan 21, 1966 to Feb 8, 1967
people have a balance of the best kind of qualities.
Have you ever seen a wild horse on the beach, with flying mane and
flaring nostrils, every muscle bursting with life and je ne sais quois?
Without a doubt, the Horse is the standard for grace, strength, rhythm
and nobility. They have an amazing capacity for hard work. As a result,
they know great success and financial security in their lifetimes. Often
quite ostentatious, they enjoy being with large crowds and always seek
out the grand and magnificent. They need people and have a weakness for
those of the opposite sex. You can often find Horses at concerts, music
festivals, and the Super Bowls of life.
Parsley Soup and Ginger Root are among the keys to good health!!
Through all the moons of many a year, the Fire
Horse is a dynamic creature, with a vigor that promises youth and
freshness until the very end of life. The will and the spirit of the
Fire Horse cannot be broken. This Horse goes through life with
philosophical patience and the ability to bounce back from adversity no
matter how dire the circumstances. In times of solitude, Fire Horses
also have an insatiable need for intellectual stimulation and they
satisfy their curiosity for learning through reading, listening,
conversing, and travel abroad. Fire Horses make inspiring leaders,
revered and respected. They encourage their subordinates with kindness
and just the right degree of strictness and work well with people in all
stations of life. Financial rewards fall in the middle ground, not too
bad, not terrific, but always comfortable. Being in love with the Fire
Horse brings pure rapture. These noble Horses are generous with their
love, with hugs and kisses. Loved ones always know where they stand
because Fire Horses demonstrate every day through their actions the love
they feel deep within. Each day is a soft and tender love poem.
Famous Horse People: Duke of Windsor, Princess Margaret, Billy
Graham, Igor Stravinsky, Bertrand Russell, Joseph Haydn, Barbra
Streisand, Nelson Mandela, Anwar Sadat, Neil Armstrong