2022 Chinese Five Element Horoscope of Water Tiger
The Chinese Water Tiger Year starts on February 4, 2022, at 04:52 a.m. in China Time Zone. The date is called Start of Sprint, which is the first day of the Tiger month in 2022. This date is not the Chinese New Year Day, which is on February 1, 2022. Chinese New Year Day is the new moon day of the first lunar month. Chinese New Year Day is not the first day of the Chinese zodiac year.
According to the Chinese Five Element astrology, 2022 is the Yang-Water Tiger. Yang-Water is the river. Tiger contains Yang-Wood, Yang-Fire, and Yang-Earth. Yang-Wood is a tall tree. Yang-Fire is the sun and Yang-Earth is the mountain. Therefore, Tiger is a tall tree standing on the mountain under the sun. Yang-Water helps the tree of Tiger to grow. Yang-Wood can be a wooden boat. Yang-Water Tiger is a boat flowing on the river. That implies slow-moving, danger, caution, adventure, travel, planning, creation, and start-up. 2022 is a good year to start a new business or new career.
Chinese Zodiac Calendar in the US Time Zones
There is a lapse of time between a US timezone and the China timezone. Chinese Water Tiger Year of 2022 starts on February 3, 2022, at 15:52 in the US Eastern Time Zone. The new moon time of the US Pacific Time Zone on January 31, 2022, at 21:47 Therefore, The Chinese New Year Day of the Tiger Year is on January 31, 2022, in the US Pacific Time Zone. That means the time zone is a required parameter to calculate a correct Chinese astrology birth chart.
2022 Chinese Five Element Astrology using Birthday
If you are new to our website, we suggest you check your The Rise and Fall Life Chart and recognize your Lucky Element first. That will help you to understand Chinese Five Element Horoscope prediction.
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- The birth hour is the standard time, not daylight saving time
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