Like the snake, people born under this sign always seem somehow mysterious and enigmatic. Perhaps it is because they never fully reveal their soul. The character of the Snake is full of contradictions: on the one hand, it can be wise, perceptive and strong-willed, and on the other, soulful, charming, soft and lovely. Although she sometimes inspires fear with her serpentine gaze and mysterious charisma, the Snake is the seducer par excellence. With her winning nature, charisma and natural elegance, she charms young and old. When she puts her mind to it, no one can resist her. It seems that she has strong psychic powers that attract people like a magnet. A typical Snake is cultured, philosophical and has a penchant for the spiritual. Her knowledge of human nature is amazing, one could believe she has the sixth sense. Through its innate intuition, it immediately senses whether someone is sincere with it. She lives according to her own laws and penetrates to the essence of all things much faster than others. However, she also has very earthly demands. Above all, she loves her possessions, which she defends against everything and everyone. Woe to anyone who wants to take something away from her, then it hisses and tongues. The snake's greatest weakness is that it cannot lose. It can't stand defeat and doesn't forgive itself for failure. What it has once set out to do, it must succeed. If it does not achieve its goal, it almost becomes ill.
The snake and its health
Snakes pay a lot of attention to health well-being. When eating, calories are counted and although sporting activities are anathema to her, she goes to the gym to counteract any unevenness of her precious body in time.
The snake and in the profession
The snake will always intuitively find the best place for its professional activity. In doing so, it will have no difficulty adapting, because it will immediately sense where it is going and what its boss or colleagues expect of it.
The snake and love
The passion of the snake has something crushing about it. It clings to its partner so that he has no freedom of movement at all - and often only on a whim. If she were not so jealous and possessive, she could enjoy love and partnership much better. At the same time, she herself tends to have flings, which she would never admit, however. The snake can be happy with the buffalo, provided she recognizes him as her boss. She also gets along well with the rooster. But have mercy on the pig who lets himself be wrapped up by a snake. He would slowly but surely run out of steam. The snake should beware of the tiger. He would "tear" them.