YEARLY CHINESE HOROSCOPES

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Chinese Astrology is based on the lunar (Moon) calendar. Each Chinese sign lasts more or less for a year, beginning with the New Moon in the Sun Sign of Aquarius. This New Moon can fall at any time between early January and late February. Every twelfth year will be the year of the same animal - the Year of the Rat begins on 24th January 2020 and the next Rat year will not begin until 11th February 2032.

According to Chinese tradition, the signs were given their names by Buddha, five centuries before the birth of Christ. As Buddha lay dying he asked all the animals in the world to come to visit him and say farewell. Only twelve did so, and to thank them he offered each one their own year, so they would become immortal. The names of the Chinese Astrological Signs (in Chinese Zodiac order) are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Hen/Rooster, Dog and Pig.

Find out what's in store for you this coming Chinese year. Don't know your Chinese Sign? Click here to discover your Chinese Zodiac Sign.


THE CHINESE YEAR OF THE RAT BY CHINESE SIGN

Rat RAT
Your own year is a period for innovation and starting afresh, whether this involves moving house, embarking on a new career or even a new romantic relationship. For shorter-term prospects, the Rat month of December offers fresh opportunities too.

Ox OX
Rat years are constructive times for you. They may be periods of upheaval and hard work but the results are beneficial. During this year be on the lookout for positive signs and clues as to your next move.

Tiger TIGER
This is a favourable year for you with the possibility of long-distance travel combination business with leisure. Your financial position will improve, especially where long-term investments are concerned.

Rabbit RABBIT
This is a favourable year for you with the possibility of long-distance travel combination business with leisure. Your financial position will improve, especially where long-term investments are concerned.

Dragon DRAGON
Periods ruled by the Rat are the most favourable for you, especially where financial matters are concerned. However it is important to handle your budget wisely, as these good phases are not permanent.

Snake SNAKE
This is a year of aggressive acquisition. You can achieve success, but only by making the effort to thrust yourself forward, perhaps at the expense of losing friends in the process. Consider all your options.

horse HORSE
This is not one of the most favourable years for you, so should not start any new ventures during this time. It is worth remembering that this stagnant period is only temporary.

Sheep SHEEP
This will be a rather unproductive year for you. It is an unsuitable period for embarking on long-term projects, but progress can be made with short-term ventures. Stay on your present course and use the time constructively to plan the next move.

Monkey MONKEY
This is a highly stimulating and creative year for you, in which you can contsructively embark on a new departure in life. Whether for career advancement, financial improvement, stabilising a relationship or moving house, this is a positive time.

Hen HEN
This is a rather sticky year for you with difficulties where numbers are concerned. However, they are not the type of problems which cause long-term anxiety. This is not a good year to begin new projects, unless thy are short-term.

Dog DOG
This is a year of growth and development for you, leading to a noticeably improved financial situation. Your time can be usefully spent in redistributing your assets and reorganising your time to benefit from new opportunities.

Pig PIG
This is a period of upheaval and change - whether you want this or not - so it would be advisable to be flexible when planning for the immediate future. Some rearrangement of your finances would be in order.

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