1949, 2009: Year of the Earth Ox (Buffalo)
If you were born in 1949 or 2009, the annual pillar of the Earth Ox corresponds to your main Chinese zodiac sign.
Let us remember in preamble that the Chinese lunisolar calendar being based on the lunar cycles, the dates of the Year of the Earth Ox are different from a year of the Gregorian calendar (see below the exact dates of the Earth Ox Years).
In Chinese astrology, your date of birth can be broken down into four pillars of destiny (四柱 命理 学) or Ba-Zi (八字). Each pillar of destiny is associated with an animal and a Chinese element and corresponds to one of the periods of your birth (year, month, day and hour). If you were born at a Ox Hour, a Earth Ox Day or during a Earth Ox Month, each of these periods also corresponds to a pillar of destiny. The four pillars of the Earth Ox share the same imaged destiny, which you can discover further down the page.
Furthermore, if your year of birth is 1949 or 2009 and the Earth Ox is therefore your 1st pillar of destiny (your main Chinese zodiac sign, which is the one corresponding to your personality and your relationship to the world and with others), then all Earth Ox Days and Months, as well as the Chinese Hour of the Ox, are lucky times for you.
Find below the list of the annual and monthly dates of the Earth Ox's Chinese calendar, as well as the hours ruled by the Ox. Then discover the personality and characteristics of the Earth Ox, his lucky talismans (color, number, stone, fragrance), his Chinese birth chart (energy composition) and his love compatibility with the 12 animal signs of Chinese astrology. See also the traditional Chinese method that parents use to choose the birth name of a Earth Ox child, as well as the list of ideal trades supplemented by a list of celebrities born during the Chinese Year of the Earth Ox.
Earth Ox's Chinese calendar
Annual Calendar of the Earth Ox
What is my Chinese zodiac sign if I was born in 1949?
According to Chinese astrology, Lunar New Year 1949 is a Year of the Earth Ox that begins on January 29, 1949 and ends on February 16, 1950. In 1949, the animal that governs the Chinese year is the Ox (Terrestrial Branch) associated with the Yin Earth element (Celestial Trunk). The Feng Shui Year 1949 (from February 4 1949 to February 3, 1950) corresponds to the Kua year n°6.
What is my Chinese zodiac sign if I was born in 2009?
According to the Chinese horoscope, Chinese New Year 2009 is a Year of the Earth Ox that begins on January 26, 2009 and ends on February 13, 2010. In 2009, the Chinese zodiac sign that governs the Lunar year is the Ox (Terrestrial Branch) associated with the Yin Earth element (Celestial Trunk). The Feng Shui Year 2009 (from February 4 2009 to February 3, 2010) corresponds to the Kua year n°9.
Monthly Calendar of the Earth Ox
Earth Ox Month dates from 1970
If you are of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Earth Ox, that is to say that you were born during the Year of the Earth Ox (1949, 2009), then these periods are your lucky months. Furthermore, if you were born during one of these periods, then your 2nd pillar of destiny is the pillar of the Month of the Earth Ox (relationships with family and ancestors).
Daily Calendar of the Earth Ox
Earth Ox Days from 1970 to 2043
If you are of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Earth Ox, that is to say that you were born during the Year of the Earth Ox (1949, 2009), then these days are your lucky days. Furthermore, if you were born one of the days below, then your 3rd pillar of destiny is the pillar of the Day of the Earth Ox (the second chance in life, active from about 30 years old).
Hour of the Ox
The Hour of the Ox lasts from 01:00 to 02:59 (local hour).
Personality and characteristics of the Earth Ox
Qualities of the Earth Ox: Robust, methodical, stable, patient
Defects of the Earth Ox: Misanthrope, agoraphobic, lazy, conformist
Imaged destiny of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Earth Ox
Pillar of destiny of the Earth Ox
Earth Ox's talismans and lucky charms
- Lucky color (protection): Green, red, orange red
- Lucky number: 26
- Protective stone: Green apatite
- Essential oil, fragrance: Rose
Birth chart, baby names and love compatibility
Chinese astrology chart of the Earth Ox
Intrinsic Chinese elements (birth chart): Earth
Energy balancing elements for the Earth Ox
Corrective Chinese elements: Wood, Fire
Birth names of the Earth Ox
The ideal first name of a baby of the Chinese zodiac sign of the Earth Ox, boy or girl, must contain symbolically or etymologically one or more of its corrective elements. The first names associated with the Wood and Fire elements are the most suitable for restoring or strengthening the energy balance of the baby Earth Ox.👶 List of baby names according to Chinese astrology
Love and lucky wedding match of the Earth Ox
Love compatibility of the Earth Ox, man or woman
Chinese years of birth most compatible with the Chinese zodiac sign of the Earth Ox:
Best love match for a Earth Ox born in 1949: 1945, 1948, 1949, 1953
Best love match for a Earth Ox born in 2009: 2005, 2008, 2009, 2013
Ideal jobs for the Earth Ox
Archaeologist, economist, architect, farm worker💼 Jobs Chinese zodiac compatibility
Stars, celebrities and eminent personalities
Famous people born in the Year of the Earth Ox 1949
Elisabeth Warren, Pedro Almodovar, Richard Gere, Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, Lionel Richie, Pablo Escobar, Paul Manafort, Paulo César Carpegiani, Maxime Le Forestier, Ivana Trump, Alain Chamfort, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Patrick Duffy, Jessica Lange, Véronique Sanson, António Guterres, Billy Joel, Roger Deakins, Frank Beard, Hanno Pöschl, Alan Menken, Roger Taylor, Carlo Novi, Mark Knopfler, Bruce Springsteen, Larry Holmes, Anna Wintour, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Sissy Spacek
Famous people born in the Year of the Earth Ox 2009
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