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Taken from the pages of Chinese Quotes

 

The YEAR OF THE SNAKE 2013

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This Chinese New Year celebrates the Snake Snake years are the sixth symbol in the Chinese Zodiac and occur every 12 years. Recent snake years include: 1929 that’s me, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, and 2001 and now 2013. So my year has come up 7 times during my 83 years. I very much doubt whether I’m going to be around for the next one? I will be 95 Ughhhhhhh! ! ! But we shall see!

So for all you snakes out there this is for you. The Snake is the intuitive, introspective, refined and collected of the zodiac signs. We make good detectives. Really I should have worked at Scotland Yard! They are attractive people who handle adversity with ease and do not rattle easily. Snakes can be private and not outwardly emotional, which give others the sense that they have a dark side

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Learn to cherish the goodness around… and FRIENDS… They make you feel young and “wanted”… without them you are surely lost!!
We should all remember this as life is much too short.

This Chinese New Year celebrates the Snake
Snake years are the sixth symbol in the Chinese Zodiac and occur every 12 years. Recent snake years include: 1929 that’s me, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, and 2001 and now 2013. So my year has come up 7 times during my 83 years. I very much doubt whether I’m going to be around for the next one? I will be 95 Ughhhhhhh! ! ! But we shall see!
So for all you snakes out there this is for you.
The Snake is the intuitive, introspective, refined and collected of the zodiac signs. We make good detectives. Really I should have worked at Scotland Yard! They are attractive people who handle adversity with ease and do not rattle easily. Snakes can be private and not outwardly emotional, which give others the sense that they have a dark side.

TAKEN FROM THE PAGES OF CHINESE QUOTES

Snakes have always been the seducers of human beings. If you know the story of “The White Snake”, you will understand what I mean. In reality, Snake people are born charming and popular. Snakes are spotlight magnets, and they will not be ignored. Peer group attention and public recognition are the least of what he expects. Yet Snakes are never noisy or deliberately outspoken, and they have excellent manners.
Unlike the Snake who seduced Eve into sin. the astrological Snake, is not a devil, not even a little demon. The Snake is a nice oversexed normal human being. Determined to follow through anything he undertakes to the bitter end, the Snake detests being left in the air. He makes his decisions quickly and firmly.
Most people are secretly or hopelessly in love with Snakes. Gather those frustrated folk you know and most likely, they are probably in love with a Snake. Irresistible as they seem, the Snake never wastes time in idle gossip. He thinks often and deeply. He is an intellectual, and cerebral person. Snake people rely heavily on first impressions, on their own feelings, on their sympathies, rather than on facts, on the advice and opinions on others. He seems to have a kind of sixth sense in this way.
‘We make great detectives’
In money matters, the Snake has good luck: he doesn’t have to worry – he’ll always be able to lay his hand on money when he needs it. Generally, Snakes are careful but generous with friends and family. The Snake should stick to careers that won’t involve him in any risk – even the risk of working too hard, for to tell the truth, the Snake is a bit lazy.
In love, the Snake male is romantic and charming. He has a sense of humor and the female is usually beautiful and successful. but if a Snake chooses a partner, he’ll be jealous and possessive – even if he no longer loves her. Rejection is the worst blow his delicate ego can suffer. The Snake must be received, welcomed, accepted and approved by those with whom he comes in contact. They need a lot of security.
Well, I must say it is right in most parts!
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