Horsing Around With David Archuleta
Posted by fenfan123 on Monday, February 4, 2013
You’ve all heard it – that neeeiiiggh at the end of “Sleigh Ride” on the MKOC tour. What’s up with that, you might ask while obsessively watching videos of the song just so you can hear that again.
Well here’s what’s up! That’s Mr. David Archuleta showing his true self. You see, contrary to a lot of speculation about his alleged angelic origins, DA is actually a horse! Yes, you read right. A horse.
Actually I am one too and so are you if you were born in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990 or 2002. Those are all years of the horse in the Chinese zodiac, a 12-year time cycle that relates each year to an animal and its attributes.
Horse people are said to be free-spirited, charming, cheerful, quick-witted, intelligent, talented, independent, hard working, confident and energetic. Being a performer is considered a good career choice because they love to take center stage and delight audiences everywhere. All very David, don’t you think? Source:
For Horse people like David, the Year of the Snake, starting February 10, 2013, is predicted to be one in which to take stock, consolidate, renew energy and think of ideas for the next big push. It will be a busy year with much demand on their time and energy, all of which leaves little time for romance. Although the single Horse may get involved in strong relationships in the coming year, romance is not well starred and they will not feel a desire for commitment. Source:
So it looks like Horse people such as David will find themselves in a holding pattern in the Year of the Snake. They will be biding their time, preparing for their chance to shine in 2014 when the Year of the Horse will come around once more.
2014 will be David’s year. He would have completed 2 cycles of the 12-year zodiac by then and starting on his third – an auspicious time to BEGIN. again and gallop away to the top!
The 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac are the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. The Horse is most compatible with the Tiger, Goat and Dog. Horse people should avoid romantic relationships with those born in the Year of the Rat, Ox and Rabbit.
Which animal are you? Are you compatible with the Horse? Find out here.
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