Chinese Zodiac 2019 - Astrology Calendar
Chinese Astrology is an art form developed and refined thousands of years ago. The Chinese Zodiac aminmal signs and their relationship to time, define a person's behavior, surroundings and fortunes.
Here are the Chinese Zodiac Animals and the year they represent:
Did you know? Be careful in determining your Chinese birth year. Because the Chinese year does not start on January 1, people born in January or early February must check to see when the Chinese New Years falls i their birth year to determine their birth sign. Most people are not aware of this and most likely have determined the wrong Chinese birth year and sign for themselves.
The Chinese calendar is different from the Gregorian(or western) calendar which begins each year on January 1st and ends on December 31st. The Chinese calendar based upon the (lunar)cycles of the moon and as a result, starts on a different date each year, between January 21st and February 19th. The lunar calendar repeats over twelve years.
Each of the twelve years on the lunar calendar is designated with an animal. In good astrological fashion, the animal representing the year you were born defines much about your personality and characteristics. This Chinese Zodiac, like it's Western counterpart comprising the science of astrology(zodiac signs) and horoscopes, it even goes so far as to tell you best relate with or who you should marry.
The twelve animals and the year they represent(moving forward) are:
Have a little fun learning more about what the zodiac animal representing your birth year says about your personality and fortunes.
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