Chinese horoscope: Chinese zodiac signs' calendar
Chinese horoscope calendar
Chinese zodiac birth calculation charts, Chinese New Year dates, years, months, hours
Among the 12 Chinese zodiac animals of Chinese astrology, what is my Chinese zodiac sign and element?
Based on the Chinese zodiac, use our free calculator below to discover what your Chinese zodiac animal is: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig
Also find out the Chinese zodiac element of your year of birth according to the Chinese Lunar calendar, the monthly Chinese zodiac calendar of 2020, and the Chinese zodiac hour of your birth.
The 12 Chinese zodiac animals
Each of the 12 animals (or signs) of the Chinese zodiac are associated with the cyclical rotation of the 5 elements of Chinese cosmology (Wu Xing), changing every sixty years (12 x 5 = 60 years for the 12 signs, 5 x 2 = 10 years for the 5 elements that follow each other in pairs, with a Yang then Yin polarity).
According to the Chinese zodiac, every year, every month, every day and every hour are directly associated with a Chinese zodiac animal and a corresponding element. Each of the 12 b>Chinese zodiac signs also possess their own embedded set of elements.
The relationships between the five elements of Chinese astrology and the Chinese zodiac animals are mainly linked to creation, filiation and destruction cycles.
The Chinese calendar
The Chinese zodiac calendar is based on the cycles of the Moon, while the Western calendar (or Gregorian calendar) is a solar calendar.
As such, the Chinese lunar years have different start and end dates from the classic Gregorian calendar, when New Year's Day is on January 1st. The beginning and ending dates below give you the exact duration of each Chinese Year, translated into Gregorian calendar dates, allowing you to identify which animal (or sign) you belong to, with your date of birth.
While Lunar New Year's Day, used in Chinese astrology to determine your Chinese zodiac sign, changes every year, remember that this is not the case of the Luo Shu square system traditionally used in Feng Shui. The astrological year of this 9 years cycle system always begins on February 4.
Chinese pregnancy calendar
According to Chinese astrology, you can determine the sex of your baby with the Chinese calendar baby gender predictor.
The Chinese calendar can also serve as a pregnancy calendar for any expectant mother who wishes to ensure upstream parent-child compatibility of her baby with her and her husband or companion. To do this, first check the compatibility of your Chinese zodiac sign with the zodiac sign corresponding to the Chinese animal of the year during which you are planning the birth of your boy or girl.
According to the Chinese calendar 2018 and 2019, children born between February 16, 2018 and February 4, 2019 are of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Dog, while those born between February 5, 2019 and January 23, 2019 are of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Pig (Boar). From February 5, 2020 until February 11, 2021, children born during this period are of the Year of the Rat (Mouse).
Year of birth calendar of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs (animal and element), from 1920 to 2031
🐭 Chinese zodiac Rat: Years of the Rat
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Rat. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Rat Chinese horoscope
🐮 Chinese zodiac Ox: Years of the Ox (Buffalo)
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Ox. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Ox Chinese horoscope
🐯 Chinese zodiac Tiger: Years of the Tiger
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Tiger. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Tiger Chinese horoscope
🐰 Chinese zodiac Rabbit: Years of the Rabbit (Hare, Cat)
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Rabbit. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Rabbit Chinese horoscope
🐲 Chinese zodiac Dragon: Years of the Dragon
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Dragon. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Dragon Chinese horoscope
🐍 Chinese zodiac Snake: Years of the Snake
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Snake. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Snake Chinese horoscope
🐴 Chinese zodiac Horse: Years of the Horse
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Horse. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Horse Chinese horoscope
🐐 Chinese zodiac Goat: Years of the Goat (Sheep)
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Goat. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Goat Chinese horoscope
🐵 Chinese zodiac Monkey: Years of the Monkey
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Monkey. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Monkey Chinese horoscope
🐔 Chinese zodiac Rooster: Years of the Rooster (Chicken)
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Rooster. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Rooster Chinese horoscope
🐶 Chinese zodiac Dog: Years of the Dog
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Dog. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Dog Chinese horoscope
🐷 Chinese zodiac Pig: Years of the Pig (Boar)
If you were born in the date ranges below, it means you were born in the Year of the Pig. Read the full horoscope of your Chinese zodiac sign here: Dog Chinese horoscope
Monthly Chinese Zodiac calendar 2020
Chinese zodiac animal and element for each month of the year 2020. All periods are Chinese Zodiac Calendar's monthly dates translated into Gregorian dates, just like the yearly dates above
🐭 Year of the Metal Rat 2020
* In Chinese astrology, doubled months (or intercalary months) are inserted into the Chinese lunar calendar approximately every 3 years. It's a calculation system whose purpose is to readjust the writing of the calendar, due to the lag caused by the fractional numbers of days that exist for each lunation (whose average duration is 29.530588 days), in relation to the fractional number of days found for a full year (365,2422 days), and with the number of lunations that exist in a year (from 12 to 13 lunations).
Chinese zodiac hours
Discover the Chinese Zodiac Animal and the Element of your hour of birth
You can use the local time of your birth to define the Chinese Zodiac sign of your hour of birth:
|Chinese hour||Time||Sign's polarity and element|
|Rat||11:00 pm |
|Ox||1:00 am |
|Tiger||3:00 am |
|Rabbit||5:00 am |
|Dragon||7:00 am |
|Snake||9:00 am |
|Horse||11:00 am |
|Goat||01:00 pm |
|Monkey||03:00 pm |
|Rooster||05:00 pm |
|Dog||07:00 pm |
|Pig||09:00 pm |
Chinese seasons' dates and elements
The element of the Chinese season of your birth
|5th Season **|
** The fifth season is the last two weeks of each season, during which the Earth element replaces the element of the season that ends.
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