2015 Chinese Zodiac for Year of the Sheep

2015 Year of Goat Zodiacs2015 is year of Wooden Sheep Female WoodSheepChinese WoodChinese Sheep. The Year 2015 is the 4712th Chinese Year. The first day of Wooden Sheep is on February 4, 2015. Chinese New Year Day is on February 19, 2015.

Sheep is the 8th animal in 12 zodiac signs. Sheep is after 6th Snake and 7th Horse. Snake, Horse and Sheep are in the Fire cycle based on the theory of Five Elements (Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth) astrology system. Sheep is one of Chinese favorite animals. Sheep's Chinese character is Chinese Sheep Character Yang. The Chinese character of Luck Chinese Luck Character contains the Chinese Sheep Character. The pronunciation of Chinese Luck Character is Xiang, which is close to Yang Chinese Sheep Character. Therefore, Sheep becomes a lucky animal.

The following prediction for 2015 Sheep year is based on your birth year, the Chinese zodiac signs.

Chinese Zodiac uses 12 animal signs to predict people's fortune. The twelve animals are Rat, Cow, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Chicken, Dog and Pig. The 12 Chinese zodiac signs are determined by people's birth year. Most of Internet Chinese horoscope sites use Chinese New Year Day to determine the Chinese zodiac sign, which is wrong.

The first day of the Chinese astrological year is the first day of the Tiger Month (Start of Spring). The Tiger Month begins around February 4, each year. If you were born before February 4, then you should check Your Chinese Zodiac Sign first before reading your 2015 Chinese zodiac. The simplest way to prove Chinese zodiac signs not determined by Chinese New Year days is to see your Chinese Astrology Birth Chart using your birthday and birth time.

Click on your Chinese zodiac sign or birth year below to peek your fortune of Career, Money Love and Health in 2015, the year of Sheep.

Chinese Zodiac Rat
2015 Rat
Chinese Zodiac Cow
2015 Cow
Chinese Zodiac Tiger
2015 Tiger
Chinese Zodiac Rabbit
2015 Rabbit
Chinese Zodiac Dragon
2015 Dragon
Chinese Zodiac Snake
2015 Snake
Chinese Zodiac Horse
2015 Horse
Chinese Zodiac Sheep
2015 Sheep
Chinese Zodiac Monkey
2015 Monkey
Chinese Zodiac Chicken
2015 Chicken
Chinese Zodiac Dog
2015 Dog
Chinese Zodiac Pig
2015 Pig

If you don't know your zodiac sign and were born after February 4, you can find your animal sign by your birth year using the following chart.

Chinese Zodiac Rat Chinese Zodiac Cow Chinese Zodiac Tiger Chinese Zodiac Rabbit Chinese Zodiac Dragon Chinese Zodiac Snake Chinese Zodiac Horse Chinese Zodiac Sheep Chinese Zodiac Monkey Chinese Zodiac Chicken Chinese Zodiac Dog Chinese Zodiac Pig
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Besides using astrology animal signs and basic fighting and attraction relationships, Chinese zodiac also uses Chinese astrology constellations, which refers to the way ancient Chinese grouped the stars in the sky to predict the coming fortune. More than 100 stars are used in the Chinese zodiac. There are about 60 commonly used ones. Each star has a different characteristic. Basically, they can be divided into Lucky Stars and Unlucky Stars, which are the major factors to predict people good or bad luck in the coming year.

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Since the prediction of Chinese Zodiac is based on Chinese constellations, which are different from modern constellations, many positions of stars today have moved far away from Chinese ancient time's positions. That means some predictions on some stars are losing accuracy. Around Tang Tang Dynasty (618 A.D.), Chinese astrology moved the center point of the sky to the Sun to develop new prediction system without using any distant stars. Since that time, the Chinese astrology prediction began to use the zodiac sign of people's Birth DAY to represent the person. (Chinese use same Chinese character Day for day and sun.) This chance made a breakthrough into a higher prediction accuracy. More than 2000 years later, today Chinese professional astrologers keep using the same theory to tell people's fortune. We provide the same method for Internet users. Please try our Five Element Chinese Astrology,  Daily Chinese Horoscope and enjoy them.

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