Chinese Horoscope 2021 Predictions For All Zodiac Signs
WELCOME TO THE YEAR OF THE OX!
My purpose is to alleviate chaos
And perpetuate stability
To hold my ground against
Hardship, danger and adversity
Steadfast and above reproach
I am here to enforce honor and fair play
To set a moral code
By becoming one with nature,
Constantly working toward my goal
To bring about harmony and good fortune.
I AM THE OX
Happy New Year!
Chinese New Year 2021
Chinese Horoscope 2021 Predictions
Chinese Year of the Ox 2021 Predictions
Feng Shui 2021
Welcome to the Chinese Horoscope 2021! The Chinese New Year 2021 of the Metal Ox will start on February 12, 2021 – the second New Moon after the Solstice.
Here is the first 2021 zodiac predictions for all animal signs: Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Ox, Rat, Ox, Tiger and Rabbit.
Best Wishes, The Astrology Club Team.
With Chinese New Year 2021 approaching it’s again time to know the Chinese Zodiac 2021 Predictions.
What does the Chinese Year of the Boar (Ox) mean for you in 2021? Please choose your zodiac sign and click to read the chinese horoscope 2021.
2021 Chinese Zodiac Sign By Sign
- Rat Chinese Horoscope 2021
2008, 1996, 1984, 1972, 1960, 1948, 1936, 1924, 1912.
Chinese Astrology 2021 for the Rat shows that…
- Ox Chinese Horoscope 2021
2009, 1997, 1985, 1973, 1961, 1949, 1937, 1925, 1913.
Ox chinese horoscope in 2021 will have a mixed year…
- Tiger Chinese Horoscope 2021
2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1962, 1950, 1938, 1926, 1914.
The 2021 chinese yearly horoscope for Tiger shows…
- Rabbit Chinese Horoscope 2021
2011, 1999, 1997, 1975, 1963, 1951, 1939, 1927, 1915.
The 2021 Rabbit chinese horoscope predicts…
- Dragon Chinese Horoscope 2021
2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952, 1940, 1928, 1916.
In 2021 Dragon will have a mixed year …
- Snake Chinese Horoscope 2021
2013, 2001, 1989, 1977, 1965, 1953, 1941, 1929, 1917.
The chinese zodiac 2021 for the Snake animal sign…
- Horse Chinese Horoscope 2021
2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918.
2021 is a mixed year for the Horse zodiac sign…
- Sheep Chinese Horoscope 2021
2015, 2003, 1991, 1979, 1967, 1955, 1943, 1931, 1919.
The yearly chinese horoscope for the Sheep sign…
- Monkey Horoscope 2021
2016, 2004, 1992, 1980, 1968, 1956, 1944, 1932, 1920.
2021 for Monkey animal sign will be a complex year…
- Rooster Horoscope 2021
2021, 2005, 1993, 1981, 1969, 1957, 1945, 1933, 1921.
The Ox 2021 forecasts shows that this year…
2021 Chinese Zodiac Summary:
Best Year for: Rooster, Monkeys.
Good Year for: Pigs, Snakes, Rats,
Mixed Year for: Dogs, Horses, Dragons, Rabbits, Tigers.
Difficult Year for: Sheep, Oxens.
2021 Chinese Horoscope – Brief excerpts:
The following are forecasts for the individual signs in the Year of the Ox:
It’s just as well for the Rat that he made those economies last year as he’s not too fond of drudgery! This year will be filled with more than the usual stress and responsibilities with a larger contribution expected from him at work. However the Rat is a team player and will willingly shoulder his share of the load so there should be indirect benefits reaped from the good fortune of others. Happiness and contentment is foreseen on the homefront.
This is a postive, productive and empowering year for the Ox 2021. Hard work will pay dividends and the conscientious Ox will be rewarded by authority. This would be an auspicious year for him to form new partnerships, marry or start a family if he hasn’t already done so. Children and family events are highlighted. His plans may suffer some unexpected delays and small problems involving unwanted travel or entertaining.
The 2021 Chinese horoscope shows that this is the worst year of all for Tigers. Start nothing now and take no risks. Tigers may find their plans and aspirations frustrated or blocked by someone in authority. Quarrels and misunderstandings ensue, mainly from stubborness. They must curb their impatience, control their temper and keep a cool head in the face of adversity or they will stand to lose more than they can afford. These troubles will pass.
If plenty of tact and diplomacy are in evidence, then one way or another the Rabbit should just about make it without coming to any harm this year. He may experience some health problems resulting from anxiety or separation from a loved one. Unrealistic expectations of others may cause some difficulties. Nagging disappointments and hard work that bears little fruit assault him. This is a time to lie low and not try to set into motion any moves or changes. Plans will take longer than expected to develop, but they will manifest eventually.
The Dragon is strong enough to stand out against anyone throwing their weight around. Progress is steady and moderate this year, with protection from the numerous conflicts and troubles that seem to surround him. But the Dragon must work, and not just dream. He will take on many responsibilities and should handle them methodically for maximum success.
The Chinese zodiac 2021 shows that the Snake is too lazy for the hard work inherent in the Year of the Ox 2021. He will face obstacles and challenges to his decisions, although things would proceed moderately well if he could only control his obstinacy and unreasonable demands. Intelligent compromise is called for. He should take things in stride. It may be best for him to wait quietly until the year is over.
Although this year may turn out to be a disappointment romantically, it should be an excellent one from a business point of view if the Horse is willing to work hard to achieve his goals. At any rate circumstances should be easier and smoother than in the previous Rat year. The Horse can succeed by maintaining more control over his personal interactions. Financial gains are foreseen. Problems will come from children or subordinates.
The Chinese horoscope 2021 shows that this is a difficult year for the Sheep, marked by financial troubles, quarrels and misunderstandings. While he may be fond of the country, he’s not necessarily into the work associated with farming. He cannot create new opportunites and may be stuck performing monotonous, repetitive and mundane tasks. Demanding family and friends keep him occupied. Finances as well as self-esteem and confidence may be low. He would do best to join forces with a group and in this way gain support from his associates and patrons. Autumn should bring a reprieve from problems and anxiety.
Monkeys who act as liaisons or messengers will get by in the Year of the Ox 2021, although pleasures and profits may be limited. There may be some difficulties that will force the Monkey to curb his ambitions. Some personal belongings may be lost, however family and love life will run smoothly. The Monkey may be forced to travel or suffer from some chronic illness. He needs to pay more attention to his responsibilities. Consistency and tenacity are the keys to simian success this year.
The Rooster knows how to work hard and he will be in his element. This will be a spendid year for him in which he regains lost power and receives assistance from friends. He will have good news at home and do some travelling. Happiness and success is foreseen, as are increased responsibilities — sometimes more than he can handle. But the Rooster’s steadfastness pays off during the reign of the Ox. He must take care to avoid injury around sharp objects, though.
The Chinese astrology 2021 shows that the Dog may take too many risks plotting revolutions in this conservative year of uncertainties and misunderstandings, which could prove disasterous for him. He should expect minor problems and upsets and avoid confrontations and making hasty decisions. He may be forced to capitulate on some difficult points or be faced with additional expenses. His innovative ideas and altruistic concepts will be challenged. He needs to remain patient and pragmatic and be conciliatory toward his adversaries. Tenacity, loyalty and hard work will pay dividends as his worth is finally apparent to those who have doubted or tried to block him in the past.
The Boar will adapt himself to the prevailing conditions and strong work ethic, although he may prove too critical for the comfort of those around him. This is a fruitful year for business with many prospects and opportunities for career advancement where gambles could pay off handsomely. He could discover new reliable and trustworthy friends. However there may be romantic problems or family complications due to the Boar neglecting his personal life. Authority figures will try to control or discipline him. He should beware his scandalous temper!
The Ox’s Personality
February 12, 2021 is New Year’s Day, according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar used by millions all over the world together with the Gregorian calendar. And according to the Chinese almanac, the year of the Golden Metal Ox.
The Ox is the second in a 12-lunar-year cycle of animal-year signs. The twelve animals, in order, are rat, buffalo, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.
The Ox is one of the symbolical animals corresponding to or having affinity with the second of the Twelve Terrestrial Branches, called the “Chou” Branch, and symbolises strength through unity, industry and obedience. It represents the winter season and its principal month is January; it rules the hours of 1 AM to 3 AM.
The Ox is the emblem of agriculture, blessed by the goddess Kwan Yin due to its peaceful and gentle nature. It represents service and patience, is the leader of all cattle and a sacrificial animal; a winged Ox is the symbol of St. Luke the Evangelist because of his writings emphasizing the sacrifice of Christ. In the Buddhist tradition the white Ox symbolizes contemplation and wisdom.
The Hindus believe that it stands for prosperity and is associated with brahmans. They are protected as brahmans are; the two cannot be separated. It is through the Ox that proper sacrifice and essential offerings are given that maintain the cosmic order. This branch is strong, silent and principaled; it is the most dependable and consciencious of all the branches and demonstrates incredible stamina and dedication. A systematic, methodical and conservative approach appeals most to natives of this sign.
A Taoist legend has it that Buddha summoned together twelve symbolic animals to cross the river and come to him before he departed the Earth. With his wit and intelligence, the Rat rode on Ox’s back then, as Ox approached the bedside, Rat jumped off and showed up first. As recompense for his promptness, Buddha awarded him the honor of first position and leadership of the lunar cycle. The good-natured and hard-working Ox was awarded the secondary position.
In China a farmers’ holiday called the “meeting of the spring” occurs at the solar period known as Li ch’un which occurs around February 5. During this time the ceremonial ploughing and the beating of the Spring Ox takes place. The Spring Ox is made of clay and is beaten with sticks to stimulate the revival of spring. The details of color both of ox and driver are carefully worked out every year according to the astrological and geomantic omens. Extreme good fortune blesses the gold Ox. The golden one is guarded, safe and protected, always finding food and shelter. Even strangers will help the gold Ox. It is accompanied by a herdsman, also of clay, called Niu Mang or Mang Shên, a youth whose function is to beat the Ox with a willow branch. The ceremony bears some resemblance to the procession of the bull Apia in ancient Egypt, which was connected in like manner with the labors of agriculture and the hopes of an abundant season.
A large bronze image of an ox can be seen on the bank of the Summer Palace lake at Beijing, being placed there in the belief that the sacred and powerful animal will repress the evil spirits that disturb the lakes, rivers and seas.
In the traditional Chinese mind, which is echoed in the annually-reprinted ancient almanac, the Ox is the sign of endurance, dependability and diligence. Once the Ox sets a goal, he won’t relent until the objective is attained. Generally an honest person with strong values and high moral standards, the Ox makes a loyal friend or mate who won’t soften criticism to spare your feelings. He is a good provider but not overtly romantic. His main preoccupation is security and he is prepared to work hard to provide a refuge for his family and himself. He’s not the kind of person to take the initiative or try out new things. He’s a strong-minded, highly intelligent individual who doesn’t like being told what to do. Although he may have to wait a long time to receive his just rewards he must persevere and not become bitter or frustrated.
The main virtues in the Ox character are his cast-iron intregrity and strong sense of responsibility. He is systematic and adheres to fixed patterns. He is so trustworthy, dependable and predictable that he often is criticized for a lack of imagination, but he achieves lasting success through his sheer tenacity and dedication. He has a vivid memory and a keen observation of details.
Extremely courageous, the Ox is a natural-born leader and disciplinarian who never backs down and tolerates no rebellion in areas under his control. He is naive and awkward in love; his courtships are long because it takes time for him to develop intimate relationships and reveal his true feelings. Though he may not show it, his emotions run deep and passionate. He prefers long-term, stable relationships and investments. He makes an excellent and faithful provider and reliable parent who has his priorities straight and is capable of great sacrifices for his family’s welfare.
Charitable by nature, the Ox will not abandon you or let you down in times of trouble; he always is an asset to his firm and family, a supportive, steadfast and faithful partner who is worth his weight in gold.
A tendency toward stubbornness and strong prejudices are perhaps the most negative of the Ox qualities. Sullen and morose, he nurses grudges for an eternity, remembering injuries down to their last detail. He can go to great lengths to prove that he is right, heedless of the devastating effect it has on others’ feelings. Under negative influences injuries and insults, both real and imagined, are magnified by the oversensitive and proud Ox.
Although his demeanor is calm and peaceful most of the time with him suffering quietly and bearing his problems without complaint, beware the wild Ox’s wrath! When he loses his temper he can be overwhelming — a truly terrifying experience — and it is impossible to reason with him; the only advisable thing to do is to get out of his way until he has calmed down.
The Ox follows his head, not his heart, and can appear inflexible and dogmatic. His most important lesson in life is to lighten up and stop taking life so seriously. If he could learn to cultivate more humor and compassion, he would be much happier and have very few difficulties.
Conservative and traditional, the reliable Ox will bond well with those who share the same introspective and thoughtful outlook on life, planners and strategists like himself who are able to reach their goals through calm resolution and determination.
- He will be most compatible with the resplendent Rooster, the charming Rat and the serene Snake who will care deeply for him. They are the most intellectual signs of the cycle and work well together because they have a common way of doing things and appreciate each other’s way of thinking.
- He will have no conflict with the Rabbit, Dragon, Horse, Monkey, Boar or another Ox, who will be compatible to a lesser degree.
- Marriage with either a Tiger or a Dog will bring bitter clashes and is ill advised. The rebellious Tiger will resent his authoritian ways and the Dog will find him dull, boring and criticize his lack of humor.
- However, most of the Ox’s problems will arise from the frivolous and irresponsible Sheep; there he will encounter distrust, unhappiness, personality clashes and complications. The Ox is the fact-finder while the Sheep tends to be guided by instinct. Even if both have a similar goal, it would be best for them to deal through intermediaries and mutual friends they respect.
Dutiful, logical and industrious, the quietly dominant Ox is not a pursuer of power. Power comes to him naturally due to his dedication, discipline and self-control. He is unambivalent and unafraid of speaking his own mind when he has to. As far as he’s concerned, words mean little; it’s action that counts. He refuses to compromise his standards and can be seen as a particularly unyielding authoritarian type. However, people find his calmness and consistency very reassuring.
When necessary, the Ox with his quiet exterior can bring forth qualities of leadership and a commanding presence that encourages loyalty. The Ox inspires confidence by the strength of his convictions and respect for his even-handed and fair-minded way of dealing with things.
Some say the actual birth time of year and day for an Ox will determine the lifestyle he will have. The Chinese believe that
- Oxen born during the day will be more aggressive, social and active than the quiet night Ox. Any Ox born in the spring will have to work hard in life and shoulder a heavy burden of responsibilities. Summer Oxen will have a contented life. Security is more important to the autumn Ox than those born in the other seasons.
- Oxen born in the winter will have to work less hard for a living than those born in the summer months, so if you are expecting an Ox child pray that he is born between November and March! On the other hand, although the meditative winter Ox works less he has a more trying life and leaner times than the industrious summer Ox. The winter Ox will have a more protected existence particularly if he is born at night.
Oxen are generally considered to enjoy a long life. Their childhood is not usually an easy time. They learn to become independent and responsible from a very early age. According to Chinese legend, as Oxen grow older they have a tendency to become more conservative and inflexible in their outlook, so they are the ones who are most in danger of ending up alone in later life unless they learn to develop a more charitable and forebearing attitude toward those around them.
The almanac lists the occupations for the Ox — architect, banker, composer, chef, craftsman, dental technician, doctor, estate manager, farmer, gardener, hairdresser, insurance broker, judge, landlord, mechanic, nurse, photographer, police or military officer, receptionist, religious leader, social worker, soldier, surgeon, teacher and dictator.
Some important people born in the Year of the Ox are Aristotle, Auguste Renior, Johann Sebastian Bach, Dante, Peter Sellers, Jascha Heifetz, Vincent Van Gogh, Jean Cocteau, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Peter Paul Rubens, Dustin Hoffmann, Gore Vidal, Margaret Thatcher, Meryl Streep, Walt Disney, Jawaharlal Nehru, George Clooney, Jim Carey, Richard the Lionheart, Princess Diana, Charlie Chaplin, Emperor Hirohito, Rock Hudson, Harry Bridges, Richard Burton, Gary Cooper, Marquis de Lafayette, Jane Fonda, Henri IV of France, Napoleon Bonaparte, Geronimo, Georges Clémenceau, Sammy Davis Jr., Hedy Lamarr, Vivian Leigh, Marquise de Pompadour, Jack Nicholson, Richard Nixon and Hitler.
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General Predictions For The Year Of The Ox 2021
The Year of the Ox 2021 is a time for responsibility and hard work. It is not a year for wild schemes and unknown risks. Success is attained through diligent labor and conscientious effort, and those who are prepared to keep their nose to the grindstone will no doubt reap just rewards. Practical endeavors that seek security and stability are favored, and all projects initiated in the preceding year should show a steady increase with slow but sure fruition.
Home affairs must be put in order. Routine methods and conservative actions will yield best results. Change is slow.
Progress is made through demonstrating a sympathetic nature and showing great kindness and empathy toward others.
Obey the rules, curb rebellious impluses and there will be a bountiful harvest. Cultivate your garden, buy a farm or improve the farm you already have.
The Chinese horoscope 2021 shows that in general this year should be favorable to agriculture and anything having to do with land, with no crop-killing extremes of weather or pest infestations foreseen. Above all, this is a year for promoting family unity and strengthening family ties. Conflicts may arise due to miscommunication and inflexibility. Conservative politics should be expected although there is a risk of dictatorship. Diplomacy is treated with indifference at best.
The almanac also states how people born under other signs will fare in the Year of the Ox. This is an auspicious year for Roosters and Monkeys. It can be a difficult year for Sheep and Oxens.
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