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 Pig begins on 4th February 2019 and the next Pig year will not begin until 23rd January 2031.

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 PIG BY CHINESE SIGN

Rat RAT
It is time to consolidate your position. If you are unhappy with your present circumstances, by all means plan for future change, but donít make the move yet. Be happy during this period by making the best of your present circumstances, and improving your environment for the time being.

Ox OX
This is generally a period of quiet improvement. Finances are sound and home life is tranquil. There is certainly a greater feeling of satisfaction with your circumstances. November is a good time to redecorate your home.

Tiger TIGER
There is the suggestion of domestic disputes over trivial matters this year. This is not likely to bother you, but other family members - unknown to you - may be deeply upset.

Rabbit RABBIT
This is a positive year - allowing you to spend time and money on making your environment more comfortable. Follow any leads which attract you as this is a period of personal development and life improvement.

Dragon DRAGON
The Pig year is sufficiently distant from the Dragon for it to be neither a help nor a hindrance. Use the time for continuing processes already in motion, solving problems as they arise and working steadily towards the goal that you have already set yourself.

Snake SNAKE
Disruption to family life is likely this year - relatives who visit may outstay their welcome. Offering a friend the use of a spare room for a short while may be taken as an invitation to move in. Be careful how you phrase your offers of help this year, you could be taken advantage of.

horse HORSE
An unsatisfactory year for great changes. This is a slow-moving stable phase, ideal for thinking about what you ought to be doing in a few years' time. Changes made now will have to be re-examined later.

Sheep SHEEP
A very happy year in all matters. If you have any plans and are looking for a suitable time to put these into action, this is a most auspicious time.

Monkey MONKEY
This is an auspicious year for you to attend to your living environment. There are matters which need to be seen to and which require urgent attention, or you may find yourself having to find new accommodation at short notice.

Hen HEN
This is a favourable year for family matters - gatherings and reunions bring not just personal satisfaction but, through surprise meetings, the prospect of career or financial advancement as well.

Dog DOG
A refreshingly quiet year when you can set family matters to rights. A house move will proceed more smoothly than you expected. A long-standing grievance in the family will be healed and new bonds forged

Pig PIG
Whilst this is your year, do not be tempted to concentrate on just one aspect of your life. This is a year when it will be beneficial to throw any unwanted baggage overboard and see what you can do without. Remember that less is more.

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