What are the 12 zodiac animals years?
In order, they are the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Chinese zodiac years begin/end at Chinese New Year (in January/February). Each year in the repeating zodiac cycle of 12 years is represented by a zodiac animal, each with its own reputed attributes.
Is the Chinese zodiac every 12 years?
The Chinese zodiac features 12 animal signs that represent each year: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Each animal is said to give insight into what can happen during those years. The zodiac is a cycle and is repeated every 12 years with the same animals.
How many years has passed in the Chinese zodiac cycle?
The zodiac is calculated by a cycle of sixty years in which each animal signifies a different year. The lunar calendar paved the sequence of the Chinese zodiac animals.
Why is the Chinese zodiac every 12 years?
According to Chinese astrology, people in their zodiac year are believed to offend Tai Sui, the God of Age, and incur his curse. It is believed to bring nothing but bad luck. Therefore Chinese astrology followers pay special attention to their conduct every twelfth year of their lives, i.e. in their birth sign years.
What Chinese year is my birthday?
Chinese Lunar New Year – Calendar and Zodiac Animals
|If you were born on or between these dates you are:||Zodiac Animal and Characteristic|
|2017 January 28||2018 February 15||Rooster|
|2016 February 8||2017 January 27||Monkey|
|2015 February 19||2016 February 7||Goat|
|2014 January 31||2015 February 18||Horse|
What year is it in China 2021?
Recent years of the Ox include 2021, 2009, 1997, 1985, 1973, 1961, 1949 and 1937. If you were born in the year of an Ox, your Chinese zodiac sign is probably the Ox!…Year of the Ox Dates.
|2021||February 12, 2021 – January 31, 2022||Metal Ox|
|2009||January 26, 2009 – February 13, 2010||Earth Ox|
What is August birth animal?
August birth symbols: Virgo. Animal: Monkey. Stone: Peridot (Pale Green) Flower: Gladiolus and Poppy.