This is the house of qualities, of spiritual and material values, of gains, of assets we own or inherit that ensure our physical and emotional comfort; it also represents sensuality and the senses.
Just as the other zodiac signs, referred to as Celestial Houses, there are twelve Earth Houses, and each of them corresponds to a specific, terrestrial, domain of existence for each of us.
It characterizes an extraordinary hardworking person, a perfectionist, someone who pays attention to the smallest details. The native is slightly introverted, pessimistic, and stubborn.
The Pig natives are innocent, sweet, and they have an attractive personality. They can be a bit melancholic and supersensitive. They love the company of others and parties, gossip and all kinds of discussions.
The Rooster is always popular, extravagant, and creative. They seem to be brutally honest and, in general, they like to be overwhelmed with attention.
The Monkeys are playful, full of life, funny, and clever people. They get bored easily and they have a hard time deciding to do one thing at a time. The natives can be conceited and deceptive.
Gracious and optimistic, kind and superficial – this is how the Goat personality could be best described. They are also irritable and unsatisfied, ready to quit everything when a problem occurs. They can be charming without revealing their true feelings.
Funny, charming, and attractive – this would be the perfect portrait of the Horse natives. They love parties and crowds of people, and they adore being the center of attention.
Intelligence and intuition are two of the many qualities of the Snake. They can be funny and romantic friends, with a clear predisposition to flirt. When they are provoked or criticized, they get lost painfully easy.