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2017 – Year of the Hen ( rooster )

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To most, 2017 is the Year of the Rooster ( male chicken).   To see which Chinese Year you were born in, please click   HERE to see a previous post.

The previous Post also has very useful / interesting information ( for those who would like to know more about Chinese Astrology ) about the 60 year cycle in Chinese Astrology.

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Subtract 12 from 2017 to get the last “Year of the Rooster” and this system of course applies to all the other 11 Animal signs, subtract 12 to get the last Animal year.  Likewise you can add 12 to get the next Year of the Rooster, and so forth for the other Animal years.

See what happened world-wide in 2005 –  the last “Year of the Rooster” .

http://www.chinesefortunecalendar.com/2005.htm   2005 was really a “Chicken year”

Chinese New Year in 2017 will start on January 28.  

http://www.chinesefortunecalendar.com/2017/default.htm

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Chinese New Year 2016 – Year of the Monkey

 

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What’s the Difference between an Ape and a Monkey?   Find out  HERE

The Chinese Zodiac Year of the (female) Red Monkey will start on 8th February  2016 (Chinese New Year) and run to 27 Jan. 2017.  The Monkey is the ninth in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac.   The best Source for information is below.:

http://www.chinesefortunecalendar.com/2016/

You can find out your Chinese Zodiac sign including your Day, Month and Year animal symbols by clicking on the Link “Your Chinese Zodiac Sign” on the Page above.  You can then click on your Year Animal to see what 2016 may have in store for you.

Did you know that –

YOUR  DAY SIGN   IS just as important as your Year Sign?

If you were born in January or February see this important information  HERE.

If you are wondering why some call this Chinese New Year the Year of the Red Monkey, it may help you to read the Page on my “Peace” website below.

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2014 – Year of the Horse – Chinese New Year Astrology

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2017 is the Year of the Female Red Chicken –  read about it  HERE

Read about the influence of your Chinese Year of Birth by clicking here

First, find out your Animal Sign from the Chart above, then click on your Animal’s name in the list on the left of the linked page above.

2014 is the Chinese Year of the Green Horse or the Year of the Wood Horse – find out what it means

The theme for this year is to pick up your pace and be decisive while expressing your free spirit or independence.

Chinese New Year in 2014 begins on January 31st.  The Chinese Lunar New Year is celebrated at the second new moon after the winter solstice. The winter solstice, which falls around December 21, is one of two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the equator. It is also the shortest day of the year.  Lunar New Year’s Eve is celebrated with family gatherings and festivals.  Cities in China celebrate the 15-day New Year season with firecrackers and fireworks.

Horse is one of Chinese favorite animals. Horse provides a good and quick transportation for people before automobiles. Horse can give people a ride to their destination. Therefore, horse is not only a symbol of traveling, but also a sign of speedy success.

Horses like to compete with others. They pursuit for their freedom, passion and leadership. Therefore, people will have busy schedule for their goal in the year of Horse. Horse is connected to heat, fire and red. Horses like social activities, because horses like to show off themselves. Since horse is a social animal and red is also connected to love, therefore. horse is treated as a Romantic Star in Chinese Horoscope.

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2013 – Year of the Black Snake Chinese New Year & Astrology

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2013 is the Chinese Year of the Black Snake or the Year of the Water Snake.

The theme for this year is to make headway in a slow and methodical way.

Chinese New Year in 2013 begins on February 10th.  The Chinese Lunar New Year is celebrated at the second new moon after the winter solstice. The winter solstice, which falls around December 21, is one of two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the equator. It is also the shortest day of the year.  Lunar New Year’s Eve is celebrated with family gatherings and festivals.  Cities in China celebrate the 15-day New Year season with firecrackers and fireworks.

This 2013 year of the Snake is meant for steady progress and attention to detail. Focus and discipline will be necessary for you to achieve what you set out to create.

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