The horse is active, alert, outgoing, adventurous, eloquent, free spirited, independent and quick tempered. The free spirited horse is the Chinese zodiac’s wanderer. Horses need their independence and freedom. They are packed with energy and constantly moving from one activity to another. Horses are good with money and, of course, have a passion for travel.
Paradoxically, horses desire love, which can lead them to feel ensnared. The rawness of their sex appeal is like a magnet and makes it easy for horses to find love. Horses are skilled at the art of seduction. However, their relationships are unpredictable because their behavior is so erratic, and they may flee without notice. Blessed with a keen wit and powerful presence, horses love to show off to a crowd. Despite the strength of their being, horses feel inferior to those around them.
Horses are not a patient lot. They can be quite impulsive and more than a little insensitive to the feelings of others. These self-reliant beings follow their whims throughout life, which explains why their paths are often littered with unfinished relationships, jobs and ventures. Conversely, they motivate others easily and often do reach their goals.
Famous horses include:
Rowan Atkinson, Ingmar Bergman, Sean Connery, Kevin Costner, Cindy Crawford, James Dean, Clint Eastwood, Britt Ekland, Linda Evans, Ella Fitzgerald, Harrison Ford, Bob Geldof, Gene Hackman, Rita Hayworth, Jimi Hendrix, Janet Jackson, Paul McCartney, Barbra Streisand, Raquel Welch, John Travolta and Michael York.
Ideal jobs include:
Athlete, technician, administrator, chauffer, inventor, lorry driver, sales person, teacher, reporter, painter, advertising executive, poet, hairdresser and tour guide.
1, 3, 4, 8, 13, 14, 41 and 43
Equivalent Western sign: Gemini
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