Do you want to know how you can increase your chances of conceiving a boy in 2018 using the Chinese Calendar?
This is pretty simple, all you need for determining this is your date of birth. Below I’ll explain how you can use the Chinese Gender Chart to get pregnant with a baby boy.
How to use the calendar
Most people are very confused about the Chinese Calendar method for boy or girl. They think this method is pretty complicated. But in reality, it is not. Actually, this is very easy to understand and you’ll see how simple this technique of gender predetermination is. If you’re aiming for a boy in 2018, all you have to do is:
- Look in the table below, which represents the Chinese gender prediction calendar for 2018, and identify the row (horizontal line) which corresponds to your date of birth. The years are sorted descending, from year 2000 at the top, to 1973 at the bottom.
- Then, look at the blue cells on that row that are labeled with “B”, which stands for “boy”. For each such cell, follow its column up and read the time period displayed in the head of that column. Those are the months when you should try to conceive your baby.
And that’s it! When you and your husband make love during any of the time periods identified in the second step above, you are more likely to conceive a baby boy, according to Chinese Calendar technique of sex selection. See how quick and easy is this method?
Chinese Calendar 2018 to conceive a boy or a girl
Now, here’s the famous table for the year 2016:
If you’re aiming for a girl in 2018, the approach is very similar: the first step is identical and, in the second step, you must follow the pink cells which are labeled with “G”, which stands for “girl”.
Concrete Example for Conceiving a Boy in 2016
Here is a concrete example of how to use the chart above in order to enhance the chances of having a son. Let’s consider the case of a woman who is born on 24 June 1987, who wants to conceive a boy in 2016. This chart tells when she ought to make love for increasing her likelihood of having a male offspring.
So, here’s how you can use this legendary method. The first thing you should do is to look in the left column of the table above and search the time interval which contains the woman’s birthdate. You will discover the row that corresponds to the Chinese lunar age 30.
The next thing you should do is to look on that row and identify the blue cells, which are labeled with “B”, namely “boy”. As you can see, this row is almost full of “B”s, since it has ten “B”s and only two “G”s.
Then, for each cell labeled with “B”, you must follow its column up and you will discover, in the head of that column, the time interval in which that woman is more likely to get pregnant with a baby boy, according to the Chinese Baby Calendar method of gender selection. So, by doing this for all the ten blue cells marked with “B”, you will find out the ten time periods for making love.
Useful Tips and Common Mistakes
You should know that there are some useful tips that can increase the effectiveness and efficiency of this ancient astrological method of gender selection, tips that I’ve described in another article. Moreover, there are also some frequent mistakes that are done by some women who use this technique, without understanding it very well; read my post which deals with these mistakes, in order to avoid them and make sure you are correctly using this method.
When deciding to use this legendary method, it is also important to be aware of its accuracy, which I’ve already described in a previous article.
For Other Years: Use Other Tables
But, what if you are interested in determining the time intervals in which a woman has bigger chances to get pregnant with a baby boy or girl, in other years, like 2017, 2018 or 2030? Well, in such situations, you should use a table that is correctly Gregorian-translated for the desired year. That’s because, although the values of the cells are the same for all the years, all the Gregorian dates, which are displayed with blue in the table above, differ from one year to another. I explain why in the next section.
I included below the Gregorian-translated charts for 2015 and 2014. You should know that these tables can also be used as a Chinese Gender Predictor; I explain how to do that in another article that I posted on this blog. In the present article I describe these legendary charts only as a tool for gender predetermination, not prediction; prediction means guessing the gender of a fetus, namely a baby who is conceived, but unborn yet.
Gregorian Dates for Chinese Lunar Calendar
In this section I explain a little bit how the tables shown in this post were obtained and the meaning of some text in them. But it is not mandatory to go through this section if you are not curious about the origins of this method or table.
Did you look at the tables above? You certainly noticed that, apart from the letters “B” and “G” in the blue and pink cells, these tables also include some text displayed with black color and some other text displayed with blue color. Well, all the blue text refers to the “Gregorian calendar” used in the Western world, while all the black text refers to the “Chinese lunar calendar“, which is the civil calendar used in China and which differs from the Gregorian calendar. More exactly, the columns of the chart for conceiving a boy or a girl correspond to the Chinese lunar months, and not to the Gregorian months, as most people mistakenly believe. The rows correspond to the Chinese lunar age that the mother has or will have at the moment of conception; and a person’s lunar age differs from the Gregorian age.
Moreover, the Chinese lunar months don’t begin and end at the same dates each year. For example:
- for the year 2016, the first lunar month began on 8 February 2016 and it ended on 8 March 2016;
- for 2015, the first lunar month lasted between 19 February 2015 and 19 March 2015;
- for 2017, the first lunar month will begin on 28 January 2017 and it will end on 25 February 2017.
You can find all these conversions for all the Gregorian years between 1901 and 2100 on the official website of the Hong Kong Observatory, http://www.hko.gov.hk/gts/time/conversion.htm.
A person is considered to have a lunar age of one lunar year, from the moment when that person is born to the end of the lunar year of birth, and, after each lunar New Year Eve, that person’s lunar age increases by one lunar year.
I hope you understand now why it is essential to use a table that is correctly Gregorian-translated. If you want to know just how to use Chinese Calendar to conceive a baby boy in 2016, the table presented in the first section of this post is exactly what you need.
Main Parts of Charts Are Identical
But, if you’re interested in another year, you must use another table that is appropriate to that year. To put it more accurately, you need another table whose main part is exactly the same with the main part of all the charts displayed in this article and which differs from this post’s charts only when it comes to the Gregorian dates, used for “translating” the lunar years and the lunar ages.
By “main part” of the charts I refer to all the blue and pink cells, marked with either “B”, for “boy”, or “G”, for “girl”. It’s interesting, useful and important to know that the main parts of all the tables that represent the Chinese Gender Chart should be identical, since the values of these cells are the essence of this legendary tool.
You will understand why the main part of all these tables should be the same, if you read my article that I published on this blog, in which I briefly present the legend of this ancient chart and method of gender predetermination, as well as how this famous chart is claimed to have been obtained. You should know that it has astrological origins.