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Chinese Astrology - The Horse


By LeeAnn Neal - 6/17/2013

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The Horse needs room to run. This gives some other signs the sense that they are nervous, fickle and unstable.

However, those who know Horses well understand they just need to exercise their legs to stay happy and centered.

On the other hand, Horses, which are willing to perform the most menial chores, tend to be the most overworked sign of the Chinese zodiac.

The Chinese view the Horse as the symbol of supreme happiness, as well as the quintessentially male sign. They associate him with the outdoors, action, sports, physical work and adventure.

In fact, the Horse is able to remain active longer than any other sign. His high energy and willingness to shoulder a heavy load make him an excellent candidate for difficult projects and tasks.

The Horse tends to be a fashionable, colorful character. Comfortable in groups, he is a fine conversationalist as well as an effective speaker, easily convincing others of his point of view. You will find him at parties, sports events and concerts.

However, just because you will see him in group settings, don't pressure or attempt to guilt him to act for the good of the majority - nothing makes him angrier or more resentful.

Not fond of remaining in one place for long, the Horse prefers a nomadic existence. He quickly grows unmotivated if he is forced to remain in one place for too long. Similarly, he would rather avoid problems than confront them head-on.

He is impatient, sometimes short-tempered and has a strong will when it comes to seeing things done his way. He can be impulsive and occasionally even rash. When he is focused on an outcome, the Horse can appear extremely selfish.

Other signs enjoy having the Horse on their team. And while he is generally fairly independent, he will join a group to be a part of the action, as long as he is allowed to make the major decisions.

Although he is good with money, the Horse is not always a sound businessman, owing to his tendency to lose interest in things, including projects.

A true nonconformist, the Horse will resist anything or anyone who attempts to curb his freedom. That includes romantic partners. The Horse is happiest with a partner who shares a love of adventure, who makes few demands of him and who allows him to express himself.

It is his capricious nature that best suits the Horse for a career in politics. His ability to convince others to follow him along with his desire to force an issue in his own direction further add to his penchant for politics.

Horses are also skilled craftsmen who are attracted to art. Regardless of the careers they choose, they can often be found turning to various creative endeavors as outlets for their high energy.

The Horse often experiences a tumultuous childhood and sometimes even adult life. By the time he reaches advanced years, however, his life tends to settle down, at which point he welcomes the peace.

Famous Horses include: Kristen Stewart, Jackie Chan, Katie Holmes, Kevin Costner, Cindy Crawford, Ashton Kutcher, Emma Heming, Kirstie Alley, John Travolta, Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix, Janet Jackson, Mike Tyson, Ross Perot, Sean Connery, Clint Eastwood, Joanne Woodward, Barbra Streisand, Harrison Ford, Kathleen Turner, Buffalo Bill Cody, Leonard Bernstein, Frederic Chopin, Vivaldi, Puccini, Edgar Degas, Genghis Khan, Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur, Billy Graham, Linda Evans, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Neil Armstrong, Samuel Beckett, Davy Crockett, Charlemagne, Khrushchev, Aldous Huxley, e.e. cummings, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, and Theodore Roosevelt.

Recent Horse birth years: 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002


 








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