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Chinese Yearly horoscope

Chinese Yearly Horoscope for 2019

By moving into the Lunar New Year, the year of the Earth Pig on 5th February, we are not just moving into another lunar year, but one of the most important in a 12 year lunar cycle for all of us. For the Year of the Pig is the final year of the natural 12 year lunar cycle, so it is a year of completion, endings and for summing things up. Check out your Chinese Yearly Horoscope! To see what you personally can expect, please scroll down for your zodiac sign and read the detailed description! Chinese Yearly horoscope – RAT (1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996 and 2008) On 24th January 2020 the Year of the Rat will begin, bringing you to the start of a new 12 year lunar cycle. As the natural lunar cycle starts with the Rat and ends with the Pig, you are the only sign that has the same personal and natural lunar cycle. By that, I mean for all of us, the Year of the Pig is …

Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year – Moving into the Year of the Earth Pig

Lunar New Year – a year of completion By moving into the Lunar New Year, the year of the Earth Pig on 5th February, we are not just moving into another lunar year, but one of the most important in a 12 year lunar cycle for all of us. For the Year of the Pig is the final year of the natural 12 year lunar cycle, so it is a year of completion, endings and for summing things up. It is also a year when the Pig encourages us to rest on our laurels a little. After all, the Pig doesn’t believe in breaking into a sweat if you don’t have to! Each 12 year lunar cycle begins on the Year of the Rat and ends on the Year of the Pig and it is five of these 12 year cycles that make up a complete 60 year lunar cycle, or the sexagenary cycle, with all 12 years completing in the five elements – Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. Within a 60 year cycle, all …

Earth Dog

Welcome to the Year of the Earth Dog

Earth Dog – energy changes Welcome to the Year of the Earth Dog, the eleventh of the 12 years in a 12 year Chinese cycle that begins with the Year of the Rat and will end with the Year of the Pig, which starts next February. The Year of the Earth Dog starts on the 17th February and will run through to the 5th February 2019. So what changes in a new lunar year? The rulership of the year changes as we move from the domain of the Rooster and into the reign of the Dog and with that the energy changes. Yet as well as the energy changing from that of the Rooster to the Dog, we also have a shift from Yin to Yang energy. One of the most powerful forces in Chinese Astrology is the interplay between Yin and Yang energy and a need for balance between the two. In a Yin year, we need to apply more Yang to balance this out and in a Yang year we need to apply …

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year starts tomorrow!

Chinese New Year – 16th of February Chinese New Year 2018 is a global celebration and will soon be upon us with spectacular events. Also known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival. The date of Chinese New Year differs from year to year and starts this time on the 16th of February. (Dates Normally fall between 21th January and 20 February). A zodiac animal on the lunar-solar Chinese calendar is represented annually. The Chinese New Year has been associated with the Chinese Zodiac since the Spring Autumn Period (771 to 476 BC). The Chinese Zodiac runs on a cycle of 12 years, with each year denoting one of the 12 animals. The 12 animals are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Clarify all the topics that have been bugging you. Get a true psychic reading! People are said to hold similar personality traits to the animal named after the year they were born and interestingly. Here is the list of the Zodiacs and the related years: …