The Snake belongs to the Yin group of animals. This is the sixth sign of the Chinese horoscope, it rules from 9 to 11 in the morning.
The season that brings good fortune is spring, with the peak month being May. The Serpent corresponds to the sign of Taurus in the European zodiac. Its constant element is Fire. Red and green are the colors associated with happiness and prosperity. Heather, thistle, fern, and all plants that grow between stones are good luck flowers and plants.
However, in the West, this may appear to be a cruel joke. The Snake, who is both silent and supple, is a trickster. He is the constant companion of all legends, causing anxiety and longing as well as sympathy or antipathy. This is a magical ally. He represents the pinnacle of initiation into the secrets of esoteric knowledge. In the East, he represents Kundalini, a flow of subtle energy that runs from the base of the spine to the top of the head, in Indian Tantra Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism. This energy connects the physical to the spiritual. Snakes are overjoyed when they are born during the hot summer months. They prefer dry, wild areas with a clear sky.
Snakes born in the heat of the day will be most happy with representatives of this sign born on a cold night. And if she was born in the winter, on a stormy night, his entire life will be in jeopardy. Above all, they want to be warm and are terrified of the cold and rain. In general, the Snake has a happy childhood, but only if his family is calm.