The snake  

Snake is the sixth in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac sign. The years of the Snake include 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025, 2037…

Snake carries the meanings of malevolence, cattiness, mystery, as well as acumen and divination. In most cases, this animal is considered evil and the elongated legless body always scares people. However, in ancient Chinese traditions, the snake once presented a venerated image and it is one of the earliest totems of Chinese nations. Chinese mother goddess Nüwa who said to have created humanity has the body of a snake and the head of a human. The Chinese dragon also has a snake body. Today, in some places in China, people still believe that a snake found in their courtyard can bring good luck.

People born in the Year of the Snake are considered rational, calm, thoughtful, and loyal to the loved ones.

Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Si
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): Huo (Fire)
Yin Yang: Yin

People born in the years of the serpent easily attract others for their mysterious character and graceful demeanor. They are calm and thorough and can always carry out a plan from start to finish. Once in a dilemma, the snake can be someone who drives people to come out of the forest. They also have a strong sense of responsibility and a clear goal that will help them reach the peak of their careers.

The snakes are typical deep thinkers who are astute and skeptical of everything. In the love aspect, the snakes are devoted lovers who will not fall in love with anyone else.

Strengths: Calm, talented, humble, empathetic, intelligent and have a lot of inspirations.
Weaknesses: Indifferent, skeptical, possessive and stubborn