The snake is an unusual creature. Some can pretend that they’re dead to ensure predators leave them alone. Others can eat animals that are three times bigger than their mouths. It can take hours for snakes to completely swallow their prey. They can be completely inactive for a month before shedding their skin. And, the really big ones can grow up to nine metres in length.
While many people dislike snakes, there’s no avoiding the fact that we’re entering the year of this slithering creature, according to Chinese Astrology. Feb. 10 marks Chinese New Year’s and the start of the year of the snake. But what does this really mean? Here’s a round-up of several astrological sites and what they say about the snake:
Its the year of the snake: Predictions for your Chinese astrological signAstrology.com notes that the snake is a positive sign, and it will likely bring advances in science, education and research. You’ll also find a detailed breakdown here of what the year will mean to each sign of the Chinese zodiac.
Horoscope.com says that it’s important to be open-minded during the year of the snake, which will be an exciting 12 months. Watch out for jealousy and secrets that work against your interests.
AstroCamp.com predicts that the year will be filled with new and different challenges. It also takes readers through predictions for each Chinese astrological sign.
If you were born in the year 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001 or 2013, you were born in a year of the snake and that means this will be an especially good 12 months for you.