How to Use the Chinese Baby Calendar 2016 for Sex Prediction and for Sex Selection

In this post I talk about the manner in which the Chinese birth chart can be used for achieving each of these two purposes: guessing the gender of an unborn baby and predetermining the sex of a child that has not been conceived yet. I also describe this chinese calendar for 2016, which is believed to be able to:

  1. identify whether a fetus is a boy or a girl;
  2. when a child should be conceived in order to have an intended gender: female or male.

These two methods, of sex prediction and sex selection, represent a traditional Chinese technique from the 13th century, which has astrological roots, it is based on a legend and, to my knowledge, it is not officially promoted and there is no scientist to support it. You certainly have heard about twins that have different genders. Well, all these facts clearly show that the strategies of gender identification and gender control that are centered on this ancient chart are appropriate only for having fun. You really should be aware of this essential aspect whenever you are thinking to or using them.

Calendar: Chinese vs Gregorian

The fundamental aspect of the Chinese gender chart is that all its dates refer only to the Chinese lunar calendar, which differs a lot from the Gregorian one, not only when it comes to dates or periods of time, but also when it comes to ages. Each cell of this chart contains the gender for either boy or girl. Each horizontal line of this famous table stands for a lunar age of baby’s mother at conception and each vertical line corresponds to a lunar month of conception. A lunar year has, in general, twelve lunar months.

The Chinese lunar months are delimited by the astronomical new moons in a certain area; because of this, their beginnings and endings vary from one year to another. Here are the Gregorian periods that correspond to the lunar year that overlaps the most with the common year 2016: the first lunar month begins on 8 February 2016, and it ends on 8 March 2016; the second lunar month lasts from 9 March 2016 to April 2016; the last, namely the 12th, lunar month is this Gregorian interval: 29 December 2016 ~ 27 January 2017.

The Chinese lunar age also differs from the age used in the Western part of the world, as it’s computed taking into account these two simple rules:

  1. from the moment it’s born to the first Chinese lunar New Year Eve, every human being has one lunar year, regardless of whether it’s a girl or a boy;
  2. every Chinese lunar New Year adds a lunar year to any person’s age.

During the lunar year corresponding to the Western year 2016, a woman can have a lunar age of 23 lunar years only in the case she was born between these Gregorian dates: 10 February 1994 and 30 January 1995; a lunar age of 24 in the lunar year for 2016 is possible just for this common interval: 23 January 1993 ~ 9 February 1994. All the western periods corresponding to the lunar ages 18 ~ 45 for 2016 can be read from an Gregorian translated Chinese baby calendar 2016, which represents the original legendary chart that has all the dates, namely lunar ages and lunar months, translated in common dates.

Use for Sex Prediction

For both sex prediction and sex predetermination, it’s very helpful to use a Gregorian translated chart. Using such a table, here are the steps you should follow for guessing the gender of a fetus, or, in other words, for guessing whether a conceived, but unborn yet baby, is a boy or a girl:

  1. identify the horizontal line that includes the mother’s birth date;
  2. identify the vertical line that includes the date when the mother got pregnant with that fetus;
  3. read the value of the cell situated on the previously determined horizontal and vertical lines; this value is actually the most probable gender of that fetus, according to this legendary technique.

Use for Sex Predetermination

By utilizing a Gregorian explained chart, these are the steps for identifying the Western periods is which a child should be conceived in order to have the desired gender:

  1. determine the row that contains the birth date of the future mother;
  2. on that row, determine the cells that have the desired sex: either girl or boy;

determine the columns of the Chinese gender calendar that correspond to these cells; they contain the Gregorian periods in which, as stated by this ancient astrological strategy of gender selection, that woman should make love, as she has the greatest chances of getting pregnant with an offspring of the desired sex in these periods.