Chinese Calendar Hours

According to the Chinese calendar, the daily cycle starts from the hour of the Rat (23:00 – 01:00). The middle of the day occurs at the hour of the Horse (11:00 – 13:00), it captures noon — the time when the Sun is at its zenith. The watch is associated with the names of animals for a reason; each of them adopts the qualities of its patron. In addition to this effect, the features of the dominant element should be taken into account. Having a certain energy, it affects everything that happens, changes the course of events. Based on a combination of these characteristics, it is possible to establish a favorable time for oneself. If the hour promises good luck in business, you need to use it as efficiently as possible.

When calculating the time, it should be borne in mind that hourly periods do not always correspond to the established intervals. For their accurate calculation, astronomical time is used, and it may differ from local. In some cases, there is a shift in the start of the clock. It should be adjusted for time zone, geographical coordinates. It is necessary to take into account the current position of the sun. For example, traditionally Rabbit hour is defined as sunrise time. Indeed, in the summer the Sun rises at the time of the Rabbit, but in winter at the hour of the Dragon. To avoid confusion, it is recommended to use an online calculator.

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