Chinese Calendar

The Chinese calendar is based on a six-decimals cycle, representing a combination of 10 Heavenly trunks and 12 Earthly branches. Sky trunks correspond to five elements successively replacing each other. Each of them has two polarities: Yin and Yang. Earthly branches correspond to 12 animals of the zodiac circle. Only Heavenly trunks and Earthly branches of the same polarity can form a pair. As a result of this interaction, pillars are formed that are used to designate years, months, days, and hours. These 4 pillars or 8 signs of Destiny determine the innate characteristics of a person. Interpreting the signs of the Chinese horoscope, you can not only predict future events, but also change your life for the better.

Chinese Calendar Years

In the Chinese calendar every year is associated with one of 12 symbolic animals. The order remains unchanged: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. The patron animal influences all occurring events, in many respects predetermining a life course. An additional coloring to everything that happens is given by the dominant element. Depending on its features, the person’s temperament changes, individual preferences are formed. The following elements affect the zodiac signs: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water. Thus, the full cycle is repeated every 60 years, and it lies at the heart of the Chinese calendar.

Chinese Calendar: Year

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Chinese Calendar Months

In the Chinese calendar, 12 symbolic animals are used to indicate months. Each of them controls a certain period of time, approximately equal in duration to a regular calendar month. The order of 12 characters always remains unchanged. The influence of an animal patron extends to all spheres of life, determining the course of events. Knowledge of its individual characteristics allows you to get the most complete picture of what is happening. Using the Chinese calendar, you can comprehensively assess the situation, change some circumstances. If you make timely adjustments to your plans for the month, you will be able to avoid many problems.

Chinese Calendar: Month

Now: Tiger Month πŸ…

Chinese Calendar Days

According to the chinese calendar, every day passes under the sign of one of the 12 zodiac animals. It is believed that a person takes over many of the qualities of his patron, depending on which his life develops. In addition to analyzing the type of personality and destiny, the secrets of the chinese calendar will help attract luck to your side. Each person, regardless of birthdate, can choose a favorable time for a certain type of work, undertakings and planning. Having studied the nature of the day, it is easy to understand which behavior strategy will be the most successful, in which direction you should direct your efforts.

Chinese Calendar: Day

Now: Ox Day πŸ‚

Chinese Calendar Hours

In the Chinese calendar, the day is divided into 12 equal parts, 2 astronomical hours. Each two-hour interval corresponds to a certain sign of the Chinese zodiac. The clock cycles successively replace each other, making a complete revolution in one day. Thus, the day consists of 12 dual hours associated with the animals of the Chinese horoscope. Based on the qualities of a patron. You can determine a favorable time for your sign. Each hour period has distinctive features that affect success in a particular activity. Choosing a good time, you can protect yourself from many troubles.

Chinese Calendar: Hour

Now: Tiger Hour πŸ…

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