Chinese Horoscope 2014

Chinese New Year is on Friday, January 31, 2014. It marks the start of the Year of the Wood Horse in the Chinese zodiac and ends on February 18, 2015. The horse is one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac, which is based on a 12-year cycle. Each of the 12 years in the Chinese zodiac cycle is represented by an animal associated with five elemental signs. According to the Chinese zodiac, your birth year tells you more than just your age. It is believed that there is a special relationship between people and the animals in the Chinese zodiac. This belief, which can be traced back to the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), is based on the idea that one's personality is affected by the animal their birth year is associated with.

It is also believed that some relationships are more compatible than others depending on one’s zodiac (like the western astrological zodiac based on months). Unlike the western zodiac, the Chinese zodiac animals are not associated with constellations.

There are also 5 elements in the zodiac associated with the animals and their personalities: Wood, Earth, Fire, Water and Metal. As the year 2014 is the Year of the Wood Horse, it is believed that those born under under this sign are going to have a good year, with plenty of luck and opportunities ahead. Keep reading to discover more information about the Chinese Zodiac Meaning

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