The Chinese New Year starts on February 5th, 2019 and will end January 25th, 2020. You were born in the year of the Pig if you were born during: 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007.
And if you were born between February 4th,1959 and February 3rd, 1960, you are a Yin Earth Pig.
Pigs are peace-loving, trustful, honest and sincere. People born in the year of the Pig are good with business and academic matters. They have a strong desire for knowledge. Pigs are suited to be doctors, bankers, businessmen, scientists and entertainers.
There are 5 Elements in Chinese Astrology which are Earth, Fire, Metal, Water and Wood. 2019 is a Yin Earth year and therefore it will be influenced by Yin and Earth energies. It is a Yin year. Emotions will play an important role, this year. It is an Earth year; It is necessary to be grounded and in contact with nature, more often. Finances can cause problems with a dominant Yin Earth energy.
You might notice changes in friendship and love relationships but they will be positive in the long run. Those who have elements of Wood and Water in their Chinese Astrology are more vulnerable than others. The Snake and the Monkey must be cautious.
– the Rat: year of change and transition, be flexible,
– the Ox: determination and hard work followed by rewards,
– the Tiger: time spent at home will be constructive, expanding,
– the Rabbit: fun and relaxing year, opportunities for advancement,
– the Dragon: return of good fortune after challenging tests, luck and success,
– the Snake: challenging year, clear the way for future projects,
– the Horse: year of consolidation, improving skills,
– the Goat: more opportunities and less challenges, joy and lightness,
– the Monkey: recharging your batteries and looking for spiritual direction,
– the Rooster: efficiency and authority, success,
– the Dog: new directions and new projects, take it easy,
– the Pig: active year, friends and family more important,
North Annual star 4, auspicious, success in career and love,
East Annual star 6, auspicious, no Metal, no mirror,
South Annual star 3, no Wood, financial losses,
West Annual star 1 auspicious, good luck, career benefits,
North East Annual star 2, illness, danger, no garbage here,
North West Annual star 9, auspicious, festive time.
South East Annual star 7, no Metal, disputes,
South West Annual star 5, no red or yellow, no risks taking,
Center Annual star 8, auspicious, no Water here but Metal,
Avoid facing the Grand Duke which is positioned in North West.
Sui Po is positioned in South East, avoid Metal here.
3 Killings in West, is quite auspicious.