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Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Snake #6
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The ancient Chinese people developed a sophisticated science of astrology that continues to have a profound influence in China today. Rooted in the fundamentals of Taoism, it evolved into a system vastly different from Western astrology. Rather than determining personality by the time of year in which you were born, Taoist astrology focuses on the year itself to determine one's character. The years form a twelve-year cycle of signs, each named after an animal. Each lunar year is depicted by a characteristic animal trait; your birth year determines your dominant animal sign. The 12 animals that appear on the Chinese Zodiac calendar include rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and boar.
Chinese Zodiac Symbol - Snake: Those born in Si years appear to be somewhat mysterious, romantic and gentle in manners, and adept in handling affairs. They are gentle in demeanors, eloquent, and good at securing personal gains. They are calm and steady, having the will and spirit of carrying on their work from the beginning to the end. They do not show off their talents, but encourage themselves secretly to go forward on their plans. They are naturally strong in perception and awareness, and good at caring for others. They often have good opportunities and luck and dream to create brilliant undertakings by their own force. They act after thinking twice, and know their abilities well. In love it seems embarrassing to mention and the situation is fluctuating and variable.