Asia’s animal zodiac: 4. Dragon & snake

Posted: 2014 年 05 月 26 日 in Asia horoscopes
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Dragon People (1928-1940-1952-1964-1976-1988-2000-2012-2024)

The dragon person is a natural leader, being mentally strong and resourceful. In Chinese mythology, the dragon has great celestial power, and symbolizes life and growth, bringing the “four blessings” of wealth, harmony, virtue and longevity. The dragon person is, therefore, venerated throughout Asia.

Dragon people inspire trust and they like to take charge of every situation. They enjoy good health and are honest, energetic, brave and sincere. They can be intellectual or artistic and combine sentimentality with shrewdness. But they also can be excitable, temperamental, short-tempered, selfish and stubborn.

The dragon person tends to dress well and is romantic at heart, but the same person sometimes can be too candid to keep friends for long. At home, the dragon can be despotic and demanding. Dragon women are energetic and sentimental. They tend to be flirts and like to dominate a relationship. At home, they like everything to be neat, but hate doing housework. They also like bold colors in dress and décor.

In love, dragon people are active above the average, attracting many admirers, but sometimes not giving loyalty in return. This is a good sign for wealth and success in a career, not a diplomat, certainly, but maybe a politician or actor. In business, partnerships with tiger, monkey or pig people are best. The dragon gets on well with the warm-hearted rat, humorous snake, gifted monkey, or even the boastful rooster.

Famous dragon people include Che Guevara, Abraham Lincoln, Freud, Joan of Arc, G. B. Shaw, Lewis Carroll, Salvador Dali, Barbara Cartland, James Cagney and Sarah Bernhardt.

Snake People (1929-1941-1953-1965-1977-1989-2001-2013-2025)

In Chinese legend, the snake is often credited with supernatural powers, sometimes symbolizing death and rebirth. The snake also can be associated with deceit and cunning, especially with women.

Snake people take everything seriously. They are very wise, deep thinkers, intuitive, sympathetic, and good with money. However, they also can be obstinate, vane, selfish and egotistical. When opposed, they can be crafty and vindictive.

Women of the snake sign are often extremely beautiful, passionate and devoted lovers, but they also can be extravagant and fickle. They like to be married, but hate cooking and domesticity. Due to their natural wisdom, snake people tend to make good parents.

The snake man is often handsome, charming and sensual. He is capable of great deception and can be mean, but he is, at the same time, jealous and possessive of his spouse. In love, a snake person is less likely to remain faithful than most other signs.

A successful career is likely for a snake, who relies on his own judgment, which is usually good. He has great determination and is patient on details. In industry, he does better in production than sales or he can be creative, a musician or writer. He also may make a name as a thinker or philosopher. In business, he does best in partnership with horse or dragon. In love, he lives best with faithful ox, lively rooster, or stimulating dragon. He should avoid a tiger, pig or monkey partner.

Among the best known snake people are Mao Tse-tung, Gandhi, Darwin, Picasso, Joseph Conrad, Jacqueline Kennedy, Princess Grace of Monaco, Julie Christie and Audrey Hepburn.

 

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