The Brief History of Chinese Astrology
The Buddha, in a very distant time, would have invited several animals to pay homage to him and only 12 showed up.
First it was the Rat, the Ox (the Ox, if you prefer), the Tiger, the Hare (the Cat or the Rabbit, if you prefer), the Dragon, the Serpent, the Horse, the Goat (the Sheep, if you prefer), Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Boar (Pig, if you prefer).
The personality of the Chinese zodiac sign Horse
Elegant, skilful, cultured, sensual, powerful and fiery, people born under the sign of Horses clearly stand out.
On the other hand, his faults would be greed, selfishness, abruptness and eagerness. That said, he manages his finances with jealous care. This great traveler could choose to settle abroad or far from his place of origin for a certain time, and this, as much for work as for pleasure. He likes to conquer hearts, but when he finds the love of his life, he is loyal and very protective of his other half. Endowed with an extraordinary ability to adapt, he always finds a way to blend into a culture, a job, a project or a working group.
The native of the Horse loves diversity, change, in short, routine saddens him. It is not uncommon to see a Horse experimenting with several professions before settling down definitively.
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