Hours ruled by the Snake : 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Direction of its sign : South - Southeast
Season and principle month : Spring - May
Corresponds to the Western sign : Taurus
Fixed element : Fire
Stem : Negative
Starting Dates Ending Dates Element
February 4, 1905 January 24, 1906 Wood
January 23, 1917 February 10, 1918 Fire
February 10, 1929 January 29, 1930 Earth
January 27, 1941 February 14, 1942 Metal
February 14, 1953 February 2, 1954 Water
February 2, 1965 January 20, 1966 Wood
February 18, 1977 February 6, 1978 Fire
February 6, 1989 January 26, 1990 Earth
January 24, 2001 February 11, 2002 Metal
Snake people are deep thinkers. They gain all the information through thought and then act upon it. Their innate
wisdom and intuition are used.
Most of the worlds beautiful and powerful people are snakes. They will be lucky with money and through out their
live have it. But they can be in relationships jealous, possessive lover and end up pushing loved ones away. Also
they can be a generous and loving partner with their seductive ways.
They prefer living in a quite and calm life. Stress can cause ill health for them.
Snake and RAT
A good degree of attraction. Will cooperate successfully to achieve common goal. Satisfactory relationship
Snake and OX
Good match. Will understand each other and relate extremely well. Could form profitable and lasting ties.
Snake and TIGER
Conflicts and ill feeling. Mutually suspicious of each other. Cannot relate to one another. Indifferent or
unsympathetic at best.
Snake and RABBIT
Civil and congenial ties. Will work together to accomplish mutual goals. No special attraction but no animosities.
Snake and DRAGON
Sympathetic to each other. Will cooperate successfully. A compatible and fruitful union resulting in mutual benefits.
Snake and SNAKE
Good understanding of each other's nature. Could form strong bonds if they have areas of common interest. No
Snake and HORSE
Some conflicts and confrontations. Have difficulty in seeing eye to eye. Unlikely to have much in common. Cold or
Snake and SHEEP
Cordial and moderate relationship. Compatible to a reasonable extent. No underlying conflicts. Will combine efforts
Snake and MONKEY
Not very compatible. Cannot understand or communicate with each other. Clashes and conflicts if there is lack of
trust or good will. Gains must be very large for them to cooperate.
Snake and ROOSTER
Excellent match for marriage and business relations. Can trust and understand each other very well. Highly
compatible and successful team.
Snake and DOG
Mutual respect and some area of common interest. No large conflicts. Compatible to a good degree. Will cooperate
Snake and PIG
Cannot relate or understand each other. Deeply or lasting conflicts. Cannot bridge communication gaps or settle
their differences amicably.
Good with money
Rely on gut feelings
Career best suited for:
Metal Snake – Years 1941 and 2001
Incredibly goal-oriented, Metal Snakes will stop at nothing to get that which they believe they deserve. Failure is
not in their vocabularies. With their money, they’re continually acquiring more and more possessions – for
Water Snake – Years 1953 and 2013
Influential, motivated, insightful, and highly intellectual are words that best characterize Water Snakes. These
Snakes work well with others and enjoy being recognized and rewarded. They’ll reveal feelings to those closest to
them, but no one else.
Wood Snake – Years 1905 and 1965
Kind and genuine, these Snakes enjoy building a solid foundation of friends and family whom they love deeply and
whose company they enjoy immensely. But even with all this support, Wood Snakes rarely seek the advice of
Fire Snake – Years 1917 and 1977
Fire Snakes are more extroverted, forever offering opinions and telling others what’s on their minds. Even so,
others enjoy listening to Fire Snakes. They’re very persuasive and are especially good at convincing others that
their ways are best.
Earth Snakes – Years 1929 and 1989
Earth Snakes always seem to be calm and content. They’re friendly and approachable and believe that they’ll reap
great rewards by working hard and relying on common sense.
Picasso, Mao Tse-tung, J. Paul Getty, Brooke Shields, John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Ryan O'Neal,
Jacqueline Onassis, Oprah Winfrey