Chinese Zodiac

Chinese Zodiac Signs

This Chinese Zodiac signs calculator will reveal what your animal sign is. Your animal is based not only on your month of birth which shows you your star sign, but on your year of birth. There are five elements and 12 animals for the Chinese zodiac which give a 60 year cycle.

The Chinese calendar is lunar as it depends on the phases of the moon. So if you are born at the end of January to the middle of February, it is not certain what animal you will be unless it is looked up specifically.

The Chinese New year starts on the second full moon of each year which is why the start of the next animal can be in late January of the middle of February. The animal of the year you are born in governs over you.  The animal gives you special meaning to your life.  It predicts your personality, your habits, your desires, your sufferings and your fortune.

The twelve animal signs in Chinese astrology are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. There is a reason why the animals are in the order that they are in. There are several legends of how the order came to be which tells a lot about the personality of the animal that rules over you.

Your Chinese Horoscope reading will give you a detailed report of the animal that you are associated with. You will be given a reading of the positive and negative associations with each animal sign.

Chinese Zodiac Sign

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Every Chinese sign prediction also has a lucky color, month, season, and gemstone. There is also a planet that you are ruled by and you will see a list of some great people in history who share your animal sign. You will also find your element and have an analysis of what other signs you best get along with.

Knowing your Chinese zodiac sign will help you to understand yourself better and learn how to get along with other zodiac sign based on birth date so you can lead a more prosperous life and help others to do the same.

Rat | OxTiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Chinese Zodiac

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