Lucky Days In February 2010 by Online Chinese Astrology.
Chinese zodiac signs are assigned to predict the nature and future developments in the lives of people by observing the repetitive cycle of 12 animal representations of 12 consecutive years. They are done in this way that if the first year is assigned a certain animal symbol, then again after 12 years that is the 13th year will again be considered under the influence of the same sign.
MANILA - The year of the earth pig brings in both good luck and bad fortune depending on the individual's birth year, a feng shui expert said Friday, 3 days before the Chinese Lunar New Year. Those born during the years of the tiger and ox might experience some misfortune this year, feng shui expert Rhys Suiza Schimot told ANC's Early Edition.
For more essential Chinese astrology, check out your Chinese horoscope 2020 for all your predictions. The 3 luckiest Chinese zodiac signs in the Year of the Rat. The Year of the Rat will be an excellent one for the Rat, Ox and Monkey. Learn more about the 12 Chinese zodiac signs here. 1. Rat: Luckiest animal sign.
Lucky colours for Libra: We can’t forget you cool and lively Libras! It’s the seventh of the Zodiac, is another planet ruled by Venus. The lucky colors of your horoscope are considered light blue and white. Bright colours are useful for Libra signs. Like the Virgo signs, the Libra must also stay away from the colour red.
Unlucky Colors: red, blue, green. Lucky Numbers: 2, 5, 8. Unlucky Numbers: 3, 1, 9. Lucky Flowers: hydrangea, pitcher plant, marguerite. Best match: sheep, rabbit. Avoid matching: snake, monkey, pig. Personality. Occupying the last position in the Chinese Zodiac, the 12th, the Pig symbolizes such character traits as diligence, compassion, and.
Unlucky Chinese Numbers. You can’t leave out the unlucky numbers in Chinese though, the worst of which is probably 4. In most Chinese dialects it sounds like “death,” with only the tone being different. Even in modern day high rises fourth floors are often missing, jumping from the third floor to the fifth. And many an unwitting foreigner.
Your general luckiness in a given year is also based on what year you were born in according to the Chinese zodiac. The Chinese zodiac has a 12-year cycle, each year in the cycle is assigned to one of 12 animals (rat, ox, tiger and so forth). The Chinese zodiac year begins on a different day each year, and never on January 1.