Chinese Horoscope 2019 - Lunar New Year 2019 and Year of the Earth Pig’s yearly predictions for each of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs
Free, complete and 100 % accurate yearly Chinese Horoscope 2019 for the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.
Chinese New Year 2019’s date is February 5, 2019. The Chinese calendar 2019 rules that the Pig is the Chinese Zodiac sign who reigns during 2019 while Earth is the main Chinese element during the Year of the Pig, which lasts until January 24, 2020.
To start with, you can check your Chinese zodiac sign with our free calculator. Then, discover your annual score and the 2019 Chinese New Year resolution that best fits your animal sign of the Chinese horoscope. Finally, we invite you to read the complete and free article about your Chinese zodiac sign, accessible from this page and preceded for each Chinese animal by a small summary of the predictions and trends of the year 2019.
Our 2019 Chinese horoscope dedicated to each zodiac sign includes predictions for each type of Chinese zodiac sign (eg Wood Dragon, Fire Dragon, Earth Dragon, Metal Dragon and Water Dragon) in love, marriage, luck, money, work and health.
The 2019 personalized horoscope of each Chinese zodiac sign also indicates the most lucky colors, the energetic stone and the fragrance of the year 2019, dietary advice, the yoga position and the chakra to work with more care during the Year of the Pig 2019.
By KarmaWeather - October 1, 2018
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|Chinese zodiac sign||Stars (out of 10)||Resolution|
|Enjoy the year, with caution|
|🐰||Rabbit (Hare, Cat)||⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
|A new hope|
|🐍||Snake||⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐||Keep a low profile|
|Tranquility of the home|
|Success is within reach|
|Happiness at home|
Horoscope 2019 for the 12 Chinese zodiac signs
🐭 Rat 2019
Chinese zodiac Rat's birth years: 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Rat, first sign of the Chinese zodiac: It is a period of change and transition that is coming for the Rat, while his own year is getting closer (2020 is the Year of the Metal Rat). Even if the Rat is anxious to restructure his life, he would do well to wait until the Year of the Pig 2019 is over before undertaking major projects ➔ Rat 2019 Chinese horoscope
🐮 Ox 2019
Chinese zodiac Ox's (Buffalo, Bull) birth years: 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Ox, second sign of the Chinese zodiac: The Ox spends the year in a somewhat ambivalent atmosphere. Despite a few small jolts in his personal life, he nevertheless manages to demonstrate his resistance and determination throughout the Year of the Pig ➔ Ox 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Tiger's birth years: 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Tiger, third sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the Chinese horoscope and starting from the Chinese New Year 2019, the Tiger can prepare to spend a year full of twists but rather positive overall, as one shouldn't forget that the Pig (of the year) is the secret friend of the Tiger ➔ Tiger 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Rabbit's (Hare, Cat) birth years: 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Rabbit, fourth sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the Chinese horoscope 2019, the Rabbit enjoys a beneficial atmosphere on the personal and family level. The relationships within his couple and his family occupy a prominent place throughout the Year of the Pig 2019 ➔ Rabbit 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Dragon's birth years: 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Dragon, fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac: The 2019 Chinese horoscope predicts happiness, joy and prosperity for the Dragon during the Year of the Pig. The fifth zodiacal sign of Chinese astrology is finally released from the chains that had prevented him during the Earth Dog Year of 2018 from moving with the vigor and sparkling grace that usually characterize him ➔ Dragon 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Snake's birth years: 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Snake, sixth sign of the Chinese zodiac: The 2019 Chinese horoscope predicts a mixed year for the Snake, during which joy and good humor are not necessarily guaranteed. A Year of the Pig is synonymous with many small annoying difficulties for the Snake, who usually prefers to have a better grip on his destiny ➔ Snake 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Horse's birth years: 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Horse, seventh sign of the Chinese zodiac: In 2019, the Horse is preparing to enter into a cyclical hibernation that will last two years and extend until the end of the Year of the Rat 2020. The Horse, sign of Fire and mobility par excellence, usually goes through the beginnings and ends of cycles of the Chinese calendar in a more composed and studious way ➔ Horse 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Goat's (Sheep) birth years: 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Goat, eighth sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the Chinese horoscope, the Year of the Pig 2019 announces a very favorable and highly stimulating period for the Chinese zodiac sign of the Goat. Indeed, during the cycle ends of the Chinese calendar, surprises, parties, luck and love jostle to satisfy the eighth sign of the animal wheel ➔ Goat 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Monkey's birth years: 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Monkey, ninth sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the Monkey's 2019 Chinese horoscope, the ninth sign of Chinese astrology can hope to pass a lenient and lucky 2019 year, placed under the star of protection. Despite the relative ups and downs he faces with bravery in 2019, he continues his journey with a positive dynamic, similar to last year, the Year of the Dog 2018 ➔ Monkey 2019 Chinese horoscope
Chinese zodiac Rooster's (Chicken) birth years: 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Rooster, tenth sign of the Chinese Zodiac: According to the Chinese horoscope 2019, the generosity of the Pig manages to fulfill the Rooster in his deepest aspirations, mainly because the Yin Earth character of the Chinese year 2019 particularly favors Metal Yin, the intrinsic element of the tenth animal of the Chinese calendar ➔ Rooster 2019 Chinese horoscope
🐶 Dog 2019
Chinese zodiac Dog's birth years: 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Dog, eleventh sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the precepts of Chinese astrology, during a Year of the Pig, the Dog takes part in important meetings and celebrations, for his greatest happiness. During the Year of the Pig 2019, the Dog has the opportunity to place his home in the center of his concerns with occupations such as interior design, furniture re-layout, repairs and works in the house or in the garden ➔ Dog 2019 Chinese horoscope
🐷 Pig 2019
Chinese zodiac Pig's (Boar) birth years: 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019
Year of the Pig 2019 horoscope for the Pig, twelfth sign of the Chinese zodiac: According to the Chinese horoscope 2019, the animal of Chinese New Year 2019 is the Earth Pig, which particularly benefits the natives of the last Chinese zodiac sign of the animal wheel of the lunar calendar. During the Year of the Pig 2019, everything the Pig wants to undertake or strengthen is successful. Luck and success in most areas greatly contribute to the Pig's self-esteem ➔ Pig 2019 Chinese horoscope
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