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The Chinese Horoscope is based on its cycle of Chinese Zodiac Signs that each symbolises an animal. The entire cycle of zodiac spans for 12 years and came into being with the Han Dynasty setting its roots. Known as Sheng Xiao, the Chinese Zodiac revolves around 12 animals which are known to epitomize the traits of people born under the year of that particular animal sign. Calculated according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Chinese Zodiac Sign is a 12 part cycle that spans for years and not months.
The Chinese Astrology Predictions hold great importance in the Mandarin-speaking audience and due to its accuracy have been accepted worldwide by the masses. The 12 Chinese animal signs are based on folktales from the time where Chinese believed animals and humans have a greater part to play in this universe. The animals governing the zodiac signs of Chinese Astrology each denote a specific element and define the characteristics of the native that they are assigned to.
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The Year 2019 is the Chinese Year of the Pig, which will start from 5th February 2019 and end on January 24th, 2020. The New Year 2019 will symbolise the year that’s earmarked for the Year of the Earth Pig.
The next year, the Year 2020 will be the Year of the Rat and the previous year, the Year 2018 was the Year of the Dog.
As per the Chinese Horoscope Predictions, the year of the Earth Pig is going to be extra special and auspicious for every one of the 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs. As the Year of the Dog comes to an end in 2018, the Year 2019 - the Year of the Pig will bring in luck, fortune and wealth for all. Know how the Year 2019 is going to be for all the Chinese Zodiac Signs and how their Chinese Zodiac Sign Compatibility will be with other signs of the zodiac wheel.
Chinese Horoscope Prediction - 2019
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Rat
Rat is the first animal of the Zodiac Sign and considered to be the most intelligent animal of the entire zodiac animal. Due to its curious, charismatic and stubborn tendency it pursues its own interest both in social and professional relationships. Year 2019 will bring forth the required change and transition in the life of rats.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Ox
Ox occupies the 2nd position amongst the Chinese Zodiac Animals. Ox likes domesticity and is much attached to his family and likes to follow traditional values. Ox is extremely hardworking and persevering but jealous also. The year 2019 may bring few small jolts in his personal life.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Tiger
Tiger occupies the 3rd position amongst the Chinese Zodiac Animals. The Year of the Pig 2019 is going to prove as a year of development evolution and knowledge for the Tiger. During this year the Tigers will orientate towards the better life style, gaining knowledge and exploring the more subtle areas from within themselves and may get inclined towards spiritual path.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Rabbit
Rabbit is the fourth sign of Chinese Zodiac in general Rabbit represents longevity, discretion and good luck. People born under Rabbit Sign are kind hearted, intelligent, skillful, alert and haste. They don't like to get involved in quarrels and arguments and like to find solutions through negotiations and persuasion.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Dragon
Dragon is courageous and brave and hence represents authority. It is also the symbol of good fortune. Dragon holds 5th position amongst the Chinese Zodiac Animals. The Dragons are powerful, kind hearted, successful, innovative, brave, healthy and enterprise.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Snake
Snake holds the 6th position in Chinese Zodiac. Snakes are wise, discrete, agile, attractive and full of charm and sympathy. In the negative side the Snakes are also found to be lazy, greedy, arrogant and boosting. Snakes usually make a bad impression to the people due to their cunningness and devious nature.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Horse
Horse occupies the 7th position in the Chinese Zodiac. The year of Pig 2019 is going to prove very good for financial achievements. There may be growth and expansion in business but the year is also marked with inner reconstruction by understanding the impact of their roots.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Goat
Goat holds the 8th position in the Chinese Zodiac. The Goats are going to experience unexpected changes surprises and strange happenings in their lives in the Year of Pig 2019. Goats are great artisan's artists or writers and they can pursue any career with confidence which employee's artistic ability.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Monkey
Monkey is the 9th Animal of Chinese Zodiac Sign. Monkey has an inquisitive mind an always remains fresh and alert. Being an excellent speaker Monkey possesses great intuitive ability and detects events before they actually happen. Monkey has an agile personality and is never of ideas.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Rooster
Rooster is the 10th amongst the Chinese Zodiac Animals. Rooster is thoughtful, talented, romantic and pretty. Rooster likes perfection and does not have big ambitions. Rooster only wants to enjoy the life. Rooster being magnificent and flamboyant is often eccentric also.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Dog
The Dog is the 11th sign of the Chinese zodiac. The Pig Year 2019 presages a Year full of energy when the Dogs will get involved in different activities. The Dogs have special opportunities to progress to change their plans or the future and to find new avenues both in their personal and professional life during the year.Read More
Chinese New Year Prediction 2019 for Pig
The Pig is the 12th Sign of the Chinese Zodiac. Pig is in general faithful in friendship stylish, perfectionist and hard working. It is tolerant and appreciated by its friends for kindness and generous behaviour.Read More