Snake personality traits
Like a deep river, Snake people are usually placid on the
surface, but their thoughts and emotions run very deep.
and unassuming, they prefer to work by themselves and are
more often in the spotlight for their real and lasting accomplishments
than for outward attempts at garnering attention.
hate to fail, and are very lucky when it comes to making money.
With reputations for being hoarders, they are very frugal
and careful about lending money to friends for frivolous reasons.
However, they often show extraordinary sympathy when presented
with an opportunity to help those who are truly in need.
loners, Snake people commonly keep their own counsel and rely
on themselves to get ahead in life, mistrusting others' thoughts
and opinions on matters of the utmost importance.
get in the way of decision making for most Snakes, who prefer
to use their own deeply held feelings and intuition in negotiating
of the heart, the Snake is slow to allow others into their inner circle, but once having gained their trust they can be deeply amorous, and are known to be masters at seduction.
Jealous in nature,
they do not handle rejection well at all. And
woe to those who betray the affection of the passionate
snake! Even in friendships or business dealings in which they feel wronged, they can strike back without a moments notice.
As they mature, snakes don't exhibit this tendency often, however, since their experience will already have taught them who to let in and who to exclude from their personal or business life.
In business dealings, Snake people command respect for their accomplishments and can enjoy great success as private investigators, bankers, teachers, writers or philosophers.
Snakes are most compatible with : Ox, Rooster
Famous people born in the Year of the Snake: Dick Cheney, Bob Dylan, John F. Kennedy, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Martha Stewart, Kanye West, Oprah Winfrey