2018 Chinese New Year Day is on the February 16, 2018. The Chinese Zodiac sign of 2018 is the Brown Dog. 2018 is the Chinese Male Earth Dog Year. Brown is the color of Earth. That’s why 2018 is called the Brown Dog Year.
The predictions includes the relationships between 12 zodiac animals. It also contains the zodiac sign relationship with the Day Master in your Chinese astrology birth chart. Therefore, your birthday is required to get the 2018 predictions.
2018 is a Male Earth Dog Year, according to the Chinese Astrology Calendar.
In Chinese Five Elements (Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth) theory, Brown is related to Earth. Therefore, 2018 is called Chinese Brown Dog Year. Dog contains Male Earth, little Metal and little Fire. Male Earth is connected to hill, or mountains. Therefore, the sign of 2018 is mountains over mountains. 2018 is a very strong Earth year. If your lucky element is the Earth, then 2018 will be one of your greatest years in your life.
Chinese New Year Day is on February 16. 2018. But the first day of the Chinese Brown Dog Year is on February 4, 2018. Chinese Astrology uses the concept of season changes to explain the cycle of human’s life. That’s the cycle of the Sun. The first day of the Chinese astrological year is on the day which the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. Chinese New Year Day is the new moon day. They are complete different days.
The predictions of 2018 Chinese Five Element Astrology of the Brown Dog Year is at
2017 is the Chinese 4714th year. That is the year of the Red Chicken. Chicken is the 10th animal in 12 zodiac signs. Chicken is the month of September and connected to the season of autumn, which is the time of harvest. Therefore, Chicken is also connected to the fruit on the tree. That implies things will bear fruits in the end of Chicken year. Also, according to Chinese I-Ching, Yin Metal is connected to lakes, relaxing or joyful time. That means we can have a good time after diligence in the cycle of Chicken.
Male Metal is connected to air, wind or strong current. Female Metal is connected to fog or slow dirty air. We cannot see our future clearly until the fog disappears. That means Chicken blurs our vision and mystifies our decision. We need to wait for the sun appears or fog disappears…
The Chinese Astrology Red Chicken Year starts on February 3, 2017. This day is different from Chinese New Year Day, which is on January 28, 2017 at the China time zone.
Chinese New Year day is from the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Chinese astrology calendar is not simply a lunar calendar. It also uses solar calendar and stem-branch 60 cycling calendar. The first day of the astrological year is around February 4 each year. Many western websites use the Chinese New Year Day to determine your zodiac sign. That is wrong.
Master Tsai’s 2017 Chinese Horoscope predictions for Year of Red Fire Chicken will include your Zodiac Sign of the birth year and the Day Master of your birth chart. This brand-new revolutionary prediction combines the relationships between Chinese zodiac signs and Yin Yang Five Elements, plus the connections with 64 I-Ching Hexagram. It’s required your birthday to get the complete 2017 Chinese Horoscope predictions.
The ancient Baby Gender Prediction Chart uses woman’s Chinese age and conception/pregnancy month to predict baby gender. Chinese add their age on the Chinese New Year Day, which is from Chinese Lunar Calendar. It’s kind of confusion for many people. It’s easier to use Master Tsai’s Baby Gender Predictor.
Where does the ancient Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Chart come from?
The Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Calendar Chart of Ching Dynasty was revealed in Taiwanese newspaper in 1972. It said that the paper of Ching dynasty’s Baby Gender Calendar Chart disappeared in Emperor’s Summer Resort, after Ching Dynasty lost battle with Eight-Nation Alliance in 1900. The paper was sent to British. Since the original paper is written in Manchu language. After translation, the King of British kept it as treasure. Later, the paper appeared in Austria. One Chinese scholar saw it, copied the content, brought it back to Taiwan and published in the newspaper….