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Enter your date of birth using the Chinese zodiac sign calculator below to discover your Chinese zodiac sign and its corresponding Chinese Astrology element.

The 12 animal signs of the Chinese horoscope are: Rat, Buffalo, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig.

KarmaWeather's Chinese Zodiac Birthday Calculator is a simple and direct method to learn more about your destiny according to the traditional precepts of the Chinese calendar.

Use our free Chinese sign calculator to discover your Chinese sign and associated element

 The Chinese astrological sign changes every lunar year, according to a cycle of 60 years.

Thus, each of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac, the Rat, the Ox-Buffalo, the Tiger, the Rabbit-Hare-Cat, the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Sheep-Goat, the Monkey, the Dog and the Pig-Boar is associated with an element of Chinese cosmology, Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water (12 x 5 = 60 years).

Each Chinese element follow each other in the same pair, Yang then Yin: (Yang Wood, Yin Wood, Yang Fire, Yin Fire, Yang Earth, Yin Earth, Yang Metal, Yin Metal, Yang Water, Yin Water) x 6 = 60 years.

The Chinese New Year doesn't begin on January 1st. Unlike the Gregorian calendar that we use, which is is a solar calendar, the Chinese calendar is based on the cycles of the Moon. As a consequence, Chinese New Year dates vary each year.

So, if you were born in January or February, it is necessary to check your Chinese sign with our free calculator, as it is likely that your sign corresponds to the zodiac animal of the previous year, rather than the animal that is more broadly associated with your actual year of birth.

Each zodiac sign of the Chinese horoscope is written in a chart of compatibility (but also a chart of opposition) with the other Chinese zodiac signs. Concerning love compatibility, there are 4 groups of 3 Chinese zodiac animals called compatibility triangles or affinity groups.

In China, in the period before a wedding, the families of the future spouses always take care to check the astral chart of the candidates to see if their couple can predict a successful, happy and prosperous marriage.

However, if this verification is done late and the couple is not compatible according to the precepts of Chinese astrology, it is always possible to restore balance and marital harmony by providing for the birth of a baby whose sign Chinese zodiac sign is compatible (or neutral) with both parents. Other remedies such as Feng Shui cures are also useful for energy rebalancing in case of acute opposition (eg a Rabbit / Rooster or Horse / Rat couple).

By KarmaWeather - June 28, 2017
Updated on September 24, 2018
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Main intrinsic element of the Chinese zodiac signs

Element Chinese zodiac sign
🌳 Wood Tiger, Rabbit
🔥 Fire Snake, Horse
🗿 Earth Ox, Dragon, Goat, Dog
🛠 Metal Monkey, Rooster
💧 Water Rat, Pig

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