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In Chinese tradition, Snake represents the primordial wisdom that lives deepest in our souls.
Those born in The Year of the Snake have ties to that information in part because of their unearthly psychic skills.
It takes a shield of iron to keep a Snake perceptions out of your aura. In fact, good luck with that.
Both being serpents, Chinese Zodiac Snake people have a lot in common with those born in The Year of the Dragon.
Karmic debts drive their choices and behaviors. Snakes feel everything deeply and they also have a habit of philosophizing over minutia. These deep thoughts stay deep – Snake doesn’t share readily.
Yet for all that seriousness, one of their more endearing traits is that they’re quite the class clown with a sense of humor that is wickedly funny.
When the Chinese Snake sees change coming, they simply shed their skin and prepare for the next proverbial incarnation. The only thing that doesn’t transform is a Snake’s memory…
Take heed: Once betrayed the Chinese Snake personality never, E.V.E.R. forgets and has no qualms about piercing vulnerabilities.
Keynotes for those born under the Sign of the Snake include strong ethics, sagacity, financial stability, determination and passion. People around the snake find them penetrating but also motivating.
Sadly, like the Dragon, Snake people proceed with a healthy dose of suspicion in their back pockets and often finding fault in other’s decisions.
Snake fights a sense of social manners while also being willful and impetuous.
Chinese Zodiac Snake Compatibility
In relationships Snake requires a very sexual partner. Their empathic perception makes them wonderful in bed, always knowing what you most want. It is wise to avoid the Chinese Snake if you like an open, liberal relationship. They will rarely choose such a lifestyle as they are, perhaps, the most committed, loyal and monogamous of all the Chinese New Year Animals.
Chinese Zodiac Snake Children
As children, the Snake is a curiosity. They’re highly intelligent and discerning, much to the discomfort of private adults. The Snake Kid speaks only when good and darned ready making it hard for a parent to know what’s really going on inside.
This also means that many little Chinese Snakes have few friends. Don’t fret though as the Snake’s personality lends itself to being a “lone wolf”.
The Chinese Snake’s metaphysical correspondences in this astrological system include the Color Blue, the Direction of South and Number 3 in Numerology.
Chinese Zodiac Posts supplied by The Chinese Quest Groupie – Lucky Mee (Bernadette King of BuildingBeautifulSouls.com) .
Learn more about the Chinese Zodiac Snake Traits and Personality.