Wood Snake 1965
Wood Snakes have a solid foundation in life. Unlike other Snakes, Wood Snakes are not as self-preserving. They are the least concerned with vanity. Wood Snakes have a down to Earth collection of friends and family to love. They spend a great deal of time with the people they love. Lucky for the Wood Snake they are loved in return by this special circle of people. The Wood Snake will rarely consult his group of loved ones for advice. Wood Snakes seldom listen to any advice and prefer to do things exactly as they wish. In spite of this tendency to ignore well meant advice, kindness and honesty are the Wood Snake’s greatest characteristics.
Snakes are beautiful people with tremendous sexual appeal. Sleek and seductive if they want you, if they want you they will have you. Once captivated by a Snake it is hard to stop thinking about them. Snakes are quite prejudiced when choosing a partner and select one based on physical qualities. Snakes need a partner who can appreciate their quirky sense of humor and mad cap approach to life. Though beautiful and tempting to approach, most people wisely choose to allow the Snake to do all the pursuing.
Snakes can be jealous and obsessive about their partner. A bit stand-offish with their loved ones, Snakes choose to hide their emotions rather than confront these feelings and insecurities. If you betray a Snake expect revenge not forgiveness. As with all signs, not everyone can live and be happy with a Snake. The Snakes partner must be patient, and tolerant.
Wood signs are nourished by Water Signs, consumed by Fire signs, chopped by Metal Signs. Earth will be pushed aside by Wood Signs
With just these few simple concepts the Wood Snake can seek the partner of their greatest compatibility
In matters of love Wood Snakes fare best with the Sheep, Ox and Rooster. Avoid the Tiger and Pig.
In short marry a Water Sheep and avoid the Fire and Metal Tiger.
Chinese mythology has a special revered place for snakes. When the Supreme God was handing out assignments to the lesser Gods for the supervision over all the creatures of the earth everyone expressed reservations at being held accountable for the dominion of the snakes. Finally a minor god agreed to watch over snakes and as a reward for his service the Supreme Being offered to the volunteer the supervision of good luck. Accordingly good fortune is directly connected with our attitudes towards the snake.
Ancient Chinese wisdom says a Snake in the house is a good omen because it means your family will not starve. There are many interpretations of this omen. For one the Snake is a great business person and can negotiate fortunate situations. Or it could mean that a Snake would be willing to sacrifice his possessions, something most Snakes have in abundance, in order to pay for his family’s food.
Regardless all stories are representative of the Snake’s character and the measure of the value the Snake puts on his material wealth.
Snakes are keen and cunning, quite intelligent and wise.
Though the starting day of the year may vary the majority of people born in the years 1905, 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989 and 2001 are Snakes.
The Snake is intuitive, introspective, refined and more collected than any of the other Animal Signs. Usually attractive people they take crisis with ease and rarely become flustered. Graceful people, they are exciting and dark at the same time.
Always contemplative and private, the Snake is never outwardly emotional. Cunning and reticent he works modestly in the business environment. The Snake will plot and scheme to make things turn out exactly as he needs them to. No great communicators they often, in their confusion, become quite possessive when they set their minds on achieving the interest of a partner.
The year of the Snake is the sixth in the Chinese astrological order following the year of the Dragon and occurs every 12 years. The Chinese name for Snake is SHE, the sign of the sagacity.
May is the month of the Snake and as such the Western astrological counterpart is Taurus.
Snakes are acute, aware, cunning and proud but often vain, and vicious.