Zodiac [Ox] , Direction [West]. February 5 , Tuesday Lunar Date: January 6, Solar Date: Zodiac [Tiger] , Direction [South].
February 6 , Wednesday Lunar Date: January 7, Solar Date: Zodiac [Rabbit] , Direction [East]. February 7 , Thursday Lunar Date: January 8, Solar Date: Zodiac [Dragon] , Direction [North].
February 8 , Friday Lunar Date: January 9, Solar Date: Zodiac [Snake] , Direction [West]. February 9 , Saturday Lunar Date: January 10, Solar Date: Zodiac [Horse] , Direction [South].
February 10 , Sunday Lunar Date: January 11, Solar Date: Zodiac [Sheep] , Direction [East]. February 11 , Monday Lunar Date: January 12, Solar Date: Zodiac [Monkey] , Direction [North]. February 12 , Tuesday Lunar Date: January 13, Solar Date: Zodiac [Rooster] , Direction [West].
February 13 , Wednesday Lunar Date: January 14, Solar Date: February 14 , Thursday Lunar Date: January 15, Solar Date: February 15 , Friday Lunar Date: January 16, Solar Date: February 16 , Saturday Lunar Date: January 17, Solar Date: February 17 , Sunday Lunar Date: January 18, Solar Date: February 18 , Monday Lunar Date: January 19, Solar Date: February 19 , Tuesday Lunar Date: January 20, Solar Date: February 20 , Wednesday Lunar Date: January 21, Solar Date: In popular astrology, by contrast, only the birth year is used.
The 12 animals were chosen deliberately, after many revisions.
The zodiac animals are either closely related to ancient Chinese people's daily lives, or have lucky meanings.
The ox, horse, goat, rooster, pig, and dog are six of the main domestic animals raised by Chinese people. The other six animals: As the Chinese zodiac recurs every 12 years, your animal year will come around when you are 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, etc. According to ancient Chinese superstition, in your birth sign year, you will offend the God of Age, and will have bad luck during that year.
Most Chinese people use lunar new year as the start of the zodiac year.
But for professional fortune telling, Chinese astrologers use 'Start of Spring' or solar new year as the beginning of the zodiac year. To make a relatively correct Chinese fortune prediction, people take many methods into consideration, such as face characteristics, palmistry, and more involved Chinese astrology including birth month, day, and hour, gender, etc.
The Chinese animal zodiac is a year cycle of 12 signs. will be a year of the Pig, starting from February 5th and ending on January 24th Not sure what your Chinese Zodiac sign is? Scroll down the list and find your birthdate to determine your sign. Feb 5, – Jan 23, Rat; Jan 24,
Zodiac fortune prediction by birth year is only one of these methods. So you may only take Chinese zodiac birth sign horoscopes as a general reference.
Home Chinese Culture Chinese Zodiac. It will be an Earth Pig year.
Your ruling planet is Neptune that symbolizes psychic powers, dreams, fantasies, and confusions. February 8 , Thursday Lunar Date: Chinese New Year Purple, brown and yellow are the lucky colors for this Chinese sign, while golden, blue and white are considered avoidable colors. Take care and start exercising and eating right.
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Take the test and see Zodiac Animal Personality Traits Rat Quick-witted, resourceful, versatile, kind Ox Diligent, dependable, strong, determined Tiger Brave, confident, competitive Rabbit Quiet, elegant, kind, responsible Dragon Confident, intelligent, enthusiastic Snake Enigmatic, intelligent, wise Horse Animated, active, energetic Goat Calm, gentle, sympathetic Monkey Sharp, smart, curiosity Rooster Observant, hardworking, courageous Dog Lovely, honest, prudent Pig Compassionate, generous, diligent.
The ancients heard them at this hour.
Ox am Oxen chew the cud most comfortably. People of old would get up and feed them at this time. Tiger am Tigers hunt most ferociously. Chinese people long ago often hear them roaring at this time.
Rabbit am Rabbits pound the ground most fervently.
Rabbits were seen to come out of their holes to eat grass with dew at dawn. Dragon am Dragons hover most thickly. Morning mists, particularly coils around hills, made people think of dragons. Snake am Snakes emerge most readily.