Chinese Zodiac Snake


The Snake is the sixth in the cycle of the 12 zodiacs or horoscope signs in the Chinese animal astrology system. It is associated with the earthly branch Si which is associated with the 4th month and between the hours of 9 A.M. and 11 A.M.


The Snake is cool, quiet and reserved. However what really defines the Snake is their intelligence and wisdom. They are able to understand situations clearly and logically and make good judgement on people. They are also kind, sensitive, amenable and incisive and can form trusting and long term friendship. Snakes are good planners and will work hard to achieve their goals.

Snakes enjoy the quiet life preferring thinking, reading and peaceful evenings at home to parties. Snakes are caring and protective and jealously guard the things or people who are close to them. Even if they have an affair outside marriage, they will cling on to their relationship with their spouse.

Snakes have a sense of humour, are romantic and very attractive to the opposite sex. They are often the centre of attraction at a party. They can however be easily drawn to affairs out side of marriage.

Be wary when dealing with Snakes. They can be revengeful if offended.


The Snake is more compatible with the Rooster, Ox and Monkey and less compatible with the Pig.

Suitable Career

They are suitable in careers as teachers, psychologist, entrepreneurs, politician or in advisory positions.

Practical Advice

The Snake should trust their judgement, be patient and take the honest route to achieving their goals. Avoid friendship with corrupt or amoral people. They should treat everyone with respect regardless of their position.

They should not be distressed by difficulties when achieving their goals yet should face reality if the dream is impossible.

Snakes should take care of their health. Rest whenever they feel tried and avoid late nights which are bad for their health.

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