12 Animal Signs Chinese Zodiacs of 2009 Cow Year
The Meanings of 2009 Chinese Zodiac Ox Year
Chinese Zodiac uses 12 animal signs to predict people's fortune. 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 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 7, then you should check Your Chinese Zodiac Sign first before reading your Chinese zodiac 2009. 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.
The basic foundation of Chinese horoscope is Yin Yang. Yin is female. Yang is male. Twelve animals are divided into Yin and Yang groups. The odd ordering animals, Rat, Tiger, Dragon, Horse, Monkey and Dog are male in Yang group. The even ordering animals, Cow, Rabbit, Snake, Sheep, Chicken and Pig, are female in Yin group. That's why we use Cow instead of Ox and Chicken instead of Rooster.
Besides using astrology animal signs basic fighting and attraction relationships, Chinese zodiac also uses Chinese astrology constellations, which are the way ancient Chinese grouped the stars in the sky, to predict the coming fortune. More than 100 stars are using in the Chinese zodiac. The common use ones are about 60. Each star has a different characteristics. 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.
2009 Predcitions of 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs
Click on your Chinese zodiac sign or birth year below to peek your fortune of Career, Money Love and Health in 2009, the year of Cow.
Since the prediction of Chinese Zodiac is based on Chinese constellations, which are different from the modern constellations. Many positions of stars today had moved far away from Chinese ancient time's positions. That means some predictions on some stars are losing the accuracy. Around 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 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 2009 Chinese Astrology - Year of Ox, Five Element Chinese Astrology, Daily Chinese Horoscope and enjoy them.
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By Master Allen Tsai on November 11, 2021