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Suzanne White

Author • Adventuress • Astrologer


Year of the Rat


For Birthyears:

    • 1906
    • 1918
    • 1930
    • 1942
    • 1954
    • 1966
    • 1978
    • 1990
    • 2002
    • 2014
  • Horses are

    • Ambitious 
    • Persuasive
    • Conservative
    • Passionate
    • Cheerful
    • Stylistic
    • Energetic
    • Dextrous
    • Accomplished
    • Popular
    • Gregarious
    • Unscrupulous
    • Exceptionally Talented
    • One to Do as They Please


  •  But they can also be

    • Stubborn
    • Autonomic
    • Rebellious
    • Hasteful
    • Slave to Save Career
    • Fearing Failure
    • Obsessively Devoted
    • Despising
    • Resisting of Authority
    • Snappish
    • Arrogant
    • Anxious
    • Pragmatic


Who are you?

You are an exceptional talent. There is little you cannot do. But there is much you will not do. None the less, you dream of moving mountains and changing the shape of things. Yet, unless you truly want to do something, you stubbornly refuse to. Instead, you simply do precisely as you please. You fear failure, will slave to save your career and are even willing to prance over a few cadavers to get what you want.

Beneath an almost garish facade, you are oddly conservative. Your basic black dress may sport a sexy off-the-shoulder neckline, but it is still basic black. None the less, you are sometimes outrageous, outspoken and even out of line. Passion is the only emotion that can turn your ambition to mush. Passion may even cause you to give up the keys to your soul, turn your back on family and eradicate your past for the sake of pursuing the object of your affection. Beware! Such obsessive devotion can be your ruin. You are happiest when working.

Marriage? Try to find yourself a spicy Tiger or a dependable Dog, but stay clear of people born under the signs of Rat and/or Cat/Rabbit. You get along well with many other signs. But not those two. Why? Rats and Horses simply disagree about everything. You may be sexually attracted to each other. But long term relationships and (God forbid) marriage between Horses and Rats is out. Where Cat/Rabbits are concerned you may not even be attracted. The mutual dynamic simply does not work.

The good news is you are usually cheerful, energetic and popular. You are far from stuffy and are eager to try new experiences. You are gregarious and can always be found where the action is. You need plenty of room to roam and wander. You despise schedules, timetables, petty regulations and may openly resist authority.

You may think of yourself as a solid-citizen straight-arrow person. But verbally you are sometimes outrageous, outspoken and often out of line. Despite a rebellious streak, you long to belong and may spend much of your life attempting to control your outbursts. You're snappish and arrogant when riled (and you are frequently riled).

Childhood is easy for you. Young adulthood may see you leave home early. Responsibility to parental restrictions dampens your spirits. Maturity comes late to Horses. After 30, common sense moves in and the Horse adult moves ahead at his or her very own pace.