chinese-horoscopes

YOUR 2013 CHINESE HOROSCOPE

2013 is the Year of the Snake. It begins on the New Moon on Sunday 10th February at 6.20pm (Sydney time) and lasts until 31st January 2014, when the Year of the Horse takes over.

The Year of the Snake always sees a skin being shed. The snake is a powerful and secretive creature. The most private world leaders are always strongly affected by Snake years, when the old is replaced by the new.

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These are some headlines from other snake years in history:

In 1989 the old guard in American politics changed, as George H.W. Bush became President. In 2001, another snake year, ...

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13 Comments

  • Reply February 8, 2013

    anna

    I am a snake married to rabbit, odd

  • Reply February 8, 2013

    Rachel

    Just love the illustrations in this article, they are gorgeous.

  • Reply February 8, 2013

    ro.watson

    I am an out loud and proud monkey, and um really, I think I could have got a better forecast.

  • Reply February 9, 2013

    Jo-Anne

    No shame in being a Piggy! but married to a snake…. always slithering around sneaking up on me… we call him “stealth” – very funny.

  • Reply February 9, 2013

    Kerry

    What about the Year of The Goat…..seems to be missing??

    • Reply February 9, 2013

      Wendy Harmer

      Hi Kerry… the Year of the Goat is the same as the Year of the Sheep – it can also be the Ram (never the Ewe- go figure). I’m a sheep/goat/ram… hope we both have a great year!

  • Reply February 9, 2013

    Buttercup

    My goodness my husband a rooster! Ha!

  • Reply February 10, 2013

    helen b

    Happy New Year everyone!

    Thankyou to Hoopla and all who sail in her!

    Let’s trust that the ‘skins’ and ‘masks’ will keep falling away in this transformational time!

  • Reply February 10, 2013

    ro.watson

    I assume the forecasts get more nuanced depending on the element eg fire,water,air, earth? Is there wind too?!!
    I think I am a fire monkey, but have not a clue about where I got that information.

    Meanwhile, Happy New Year to you all. I wonder who catches the skins and masks which fall?!! Maybe there is room for some helpful re-cycling?!!

  • Reply February 10, 2013

    Narelle Matheson

    So, I’m a rat, married to a tiger. Sounds bizarre. However, it seems to work well, so no complaints!

  • Reply February 10, 2013

    sue Bell

    yes Narelle but what sort of rat? there are two types depending on when you were born, the ordinary type of rat and the earth rat which has a completely different nature (earth rats were born in 1948). Apparently earth rats and dragons go well together, we did for nearly forty years. But of course all of this is total nonsense, good for party games but neither the stars or the moon or the planets have any effect on our lives.
    Great experiment done by the wonderful James Randi. He asked each student in his class to give him their str signs. The next day he gave each student their personal horoscope. After they had read them they were asked how true to their personality and traits was the reading. All the students thought their personal horoscope was very true to their individual nature. Randi then asked his students to pass their personal horoscope to the person next to them. Guess what, every horoscope was the same. We read into them the qualities we would like to believe we have. To believe in horoscopes, the stars, psychics, fortune tellers etc is the same as having a blind belief in a god of some sorts, total nonsense.

  • Reply February 12, 2013

    Doone

    That would be EST Eastern Summer Time not Sydney time. Please recognise that most of us do not live in Sydney.

  • Reply July 12, 2013

    Caryn

    Just to let you know that site telling you your Chinese Sign is incorrect. (Link in article). It appears to be counting the Chinese year as January 1st to December 31st – not calculating it the way it is done – a different date each year around February.

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