The Snake personality is described as careful, and when it comes to the choice of a partner these people are infinitely selective. For them, only the best will do. Elegance will be one of the first attractions, but so too is good breeding and delicate manners. When they find the partner of their dreams they will brook no opposition, allow nothing to stand in their way, until they win the heart of the object of their desire. Having won their prize, they then become possessive and jealous, fearful that it should slip out of their hands. Deeply passionate, these are demanding lovers, highly sensual creatures, sexy in the extreme. Lady Snakes are ultra-feminine -- sultry, exotic creatures, femmes fatales in every sense. Success and power will turn her on and she will probably make a beeline for the richest and most influential person she can find.

Those born under the sign of the Snake often tend to be afflicted with a wandering eye, especially the Snake males who delight in women. Unfortunately, both sexes tend to complicate their lives with extramarital affairs. If they can struggle against this trait and succeed in channelling their affections inwards towards their own families, they will gain enormous serenity and inner harmony in their lives. If the Snake settles down, he or she can become a marvelous parent, creating a calm and stable atmosphere for their offspring.

The Snake will often have a large family -- for him, it's just one more way of making sure that his wife has no time to play around like he does.

The Rabbit, Ram and Dog are on good terms with Snakes, but the Rat and the Rooster annoy them. A firm alliance can be achieved with the Horse. The Snake will be happy with the Ox, who is content to be overrun by this family on condition that the Ox is always accepted as boss -- a role that the Snake willingly concedes in the home. The Boar should beware of the Snake who will impose upon him, ensnare and immobilize him, while the Snake wallows in his own faults, knowing that he can get away with it.

taken from: Chinese Calendar




Compatibility Chart

THE RAT SIGN
A good degree of attraction. Will cooperate successfully to achieve a common goal. Satisfactory relationship possible.
THE OX SIGN
Good match. Will understand each other and relate extremely well. Could form profitable and lasting ties.
THE TIGER SIGN
Conflicts and ill feeling. Mutually suspicious of each other. Cannot relate to one another. Indifferent or unsympathetic at best.
THE RABBIT SIGN
Civil and congenial ties. Will work together to accomplish mutual goals. No special attraction but no animosities.
THE DRAGON SIGN
Sympathetic to each other. Will cooperate successfully. A compatible and fruitful union resulting in mutual benefits.
THE SNAKE SIGN
Good understanding of each other's nature. Could form strong bonds if they have areas of common interest. No clashes.
THE HORSE SIGN
Some conflicts and confrontations. Have difficulty in seeing eye to eye. Unlikely to have much in common. Cold or distant relations.
THE SHEEP SIGN
Cordial and moderate relationship. Compatible to a reasonable extent. No underlying conflicts. Will combine efforts when feasible.
THE MONKEY SIGN
Not very compatible. Cannot understand or communicate with each other. Clashes and conflicts if there is a lack of trust or good will. Gains must be very large for them to cooperate.
THE ROOSTER SIGN
Excellent match for marriage and business relations. Can trust and understand each other very well. Highly compatible and successful team.
THE DOG SIGN
Mutual respect and some areas of common interest. No large conflicts. Compatible to a good degree. Will cooperate amicably.
THE BOAR SIGN
Cannot relate or understand each other. Deep or lasting conflicts. Cannot bridge communication gaps or settle their differences amicably.

taken from: Chinese Horoscope