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Guess the Sex of Your Future Baby Using the Chinese Gender Predictor 2017

Little Baby Girl

Little Baby Girl

Do you know which is one of the problems that bother almost every couple who is expecting a baby and who doesn’t go to the doctor? They don’t know the gender – namely, they have no idea whether they are going to have a girl or a boy. Don’t smile, that is a real problem, since most of the future parents prefer to prepare the room of their future children long before they are even born. That’s why the famous Chinese baby calendar gender predictor is a real help.

So, will they decorate the room in blue or in pink? Will they buy little skirts and dresses or little trousers? Dolls or small cars and toy-horses? If you don’t want to go to a medical facility where they can tell you what your partner or wife carries in her womb, there is no problem: you can use a legendary method of sex prediction, which has an accuracy between seventy and ninety percent. Obviously, this strategy can’t guarantee the sex of your future child, but, at least, you have some fun.

What is the Chinese Gender Predictor 2017 & 2018?

Now, what is this all about? Well, all you have to do is to look in a table that has columns and rows, and you must identify the column – namely, vertical line – and the row – namely, horizontal line – that is suitable for your situation; at the intersection of the selected row with the selected column lies a cell, which contains the gender of your fetus – that is to say, the baby who is unborn yet. The table is called Chinese Gender Chart and it seems to be older than seven hundred years.

Chinese Gender Predictor 2017 - Image Source: thechinesegenderpredictor.com

Chinese Gender Predictor 2017 – Image Source: thechinesegenderpredictor.com

Let’s see now what each line of the table represents. The vertical ones – the columns – are twelve in number and each of them indicates a lunar month – namely, a month of the calendar that has been used traditionally in China for centuries. These months differ from the common ones, used in the Western part of the world.

This is why you need to get a copy of such a table that is translated in common dates; in other words, the head of each column has to contain the interval that represents the duration of the lunar month of that column. Be aware that these “translations” differ from one year to another. To be more precise, each lunar month begins and ends in different dates every year. This means that the Chinese Birth Chart explained for 2017 is different from the one explained for 2016 or 2015. Be careful to choose a table that you can trust.

The same happens with the rows, too. Each row – horizontal line – indicates a lunar age, which differs from the common age. You have to either learn the rules of the lunar calendar used in China or pick a copy of a chart whose rows are Gregorian translated. It is essential to use a reliable table, if you want to get accurate results.

Okay, I think that now it is time to talk a little bit about the meanings of each line. The vertical ones stand for the lunar month during which the baby was conceived – which is why you must know when your wife got pregnant –, while the horizontal lines of the Chinese pregnancy calendar indicate the lunar age that the mother had when she conceived her baby. You see now why it is essential to know not only when your wife got pregnant, but also what was her lunar age – not common age – at that moment. Continue reading