Chinese horoscope

According to the Chinese astrology your personality are depending on which year you are born. Each year is dedicated to a certain sign – an animal - according to a predetermined pattern, and then starts all over again.

The Chinese astrology uses the period of the moon. Each period contains twelve months, plus an additional month every thirteenth period, which means that the Chinese New Year never falls on the same day. If you born in January or February you should check which sign you belong to!

If you are born around the Chinese New Year you will have qualities from two animals. Your main animal are however the latest year's.

According to Buddhists faith Buddha invited all animals on a New Year's party - but only twelve showed up. Of gratitude Buddha gave each one of the animals a year of its own. People that are born a given year will have the qualities that are typical for that animal. Since the rat came first, the first year was the rat's, followed by oxen, the tiger, the hare, the dragon, the snake, the horse, the goat, the monkey, the rooster, the dog and at last the pig.




 

Chinese horoscope - the dog
Chinese horoscope - the pig
Chinese horoscope - the monkey
Chinese horoscope - the rat
Chinese horoscope - the dragon
Chinese horoscope - the sheep
Chinese horoscope - the rabbit
Chinese horoscope - the tiger
Chinese horoscope - the horse
Chinese horoscope - the snake
Chinese horoscope - the ox
Chinese horoscope - the rooster