Are you pregnant and you want to know the gender of your baby?
Or do you want to know when to have sex to conceive a baby boy or a baby girl?
In this article I’ll explain you how to determine as accurately as possible the gender of your future baby, just by looking in a simple table: the famous Chinese Gender Predictor for 2018 and 2019. This table has astrological origins, it is based on a legend and it is traditionally used in China for two purposes related to a baby’s gender:
- if you’re pregnant, it helps you determine whether you’ll conceive a boy or a girl;
- if you plan on conceiving, it will show you the time intervals when you must make love, in order to increase your probability of getting pregnant with a baby of the gender you want.
So, if you are pregnant and you don’t know the sex of your baby, this legendary table tells you its most likely gender.
The Chinese Gender Predictor 2018 Chart
Below I’ll explain how to use the chart to predict your baby’s gender, but here’s the table for future reference:
Moreover, if you are not pregnant but you would like to have a certain baby – either a girl or a boy –, this ancient table is also helpful, because it indicates the periods when you are more likely to conceive the baby you prefer.
In this website I tell you all you need to know about the two famous techniques that are based on the ancient table known as “the Chinese Baby Calendar”. So, the posts of this blog explain how to use this legendary table for achieving these two purposes:
- Gender PREDICTION – identifying the most likely gender of a fetus (a baby that is unborn yet);
- Gender PREDETERMINATION – controlling the gender of a future baby.
The Most Important 9 Aspects of the Chinese Calendar
Do you know what are the essential aspects you must be aware of when using this famous table? Well, they are nine in number, and I will list them below. More details about each of them I included in the concise articles dedicated to each of these aspects.
So, when working with the legendary chart – which is, in fact, a simple table –, remember that:
- It is based on the traditional Chinese lunar calendar and, therefore, its vertical and horizontal lines refer to CHINESE LUNAR dates (MONTHS and AGES, respectively), which differ from the dates used in the Western part of the world, dates that refer to the Gregorian calendar. This means that…
- You need a chart that is EXPRESSED IN COMMON DATES – in other words, “translated” in Gregorian dates. But, in this regard, you must be aware that…
- The duration of the Chinese lunar months DIFFER FROM ONE YEAR TO ANOTHER. As a result,…
- You must use a chart that is Gregorian TRANSLATED FOR THE LUNAR YEAR YOU NEED – more precisely, for the lunar year which includes the date when the woman got pregnant with her fetus or when she intends to get pregnant. I published, on this website, charts translated for several lunar years – the ones corresponding to the common years 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, etc.
- The legendary chart reveals immediately all you need. More exactly:
- for gender PREDICTION: MONTH + AGE => GENDER. Namely, knowing the lunar month of conception and the mother’s lunar age at conception, the chart indicates the most likely gender of your fetus.
- for gender PREDETERMINATION: GENDER + AGE => MONTHS. Namely, knowing the preferred gender and the mother’s lunar age at conception, the chart indicates the lunar months when you are more likely to get pregnant with a child of the preferred gender (if you make love in those lunar months, obviously).
- You shouldn’t rely too much on the strategies based on this famous table, the Chinese Gender Calendar, because:
- it has astrological origins – namely, it was obtained using the map of the sky and a map of the Universe, computed for the precise time and location of a person’s birth;
- it is based on a legend;
- it was obtained in a statistical manner – according to the aforementioned legend, for obtaining this famous chart, some wise men from ancient China studied the relationship between the genders of the persons, the dates when these persons were conceived, the dates when their mothers were born and the positions of the stars on the sky;
- there is no official information about it – at least, I couldn’t find any such information;
- it is contradicted by the existence of the twins of different genders;
- its accuracy is somewhere around 70%, which is well under 100%; in other words, out of 100 persons, the genders of only about 70 persons “follow” the rules of the legendary table.
- The methods based on this legendary table can’t guarantee the gender of a fetus or of a future baby, because the success rates of these methods seems to be in the region of 70%. Moreover,…
- You can’t even be sure that you will get pregnant at all, by following the sex predetermination technique based on the famous table.
- There are online baby gender calculators for the two methods based on this ancient table, so that you have to only enter the necessary data in some fields, and the calculators tell you immediately the most probable fetal gender or the periods when you are more likely to conceive the desired baby.
Use of Chinese Gender Predictor 2017 and 2018 for Gender PREDICTION
In this section I prove that anyone can find out in only two minutes the most likely fetal sex – namely, the most probable gender of an unborn baby, carried by a pregnant woman.
For discovering the most probable fetal gender, you need to know only two things:
- when the pregnant woman was born;
- when the baby was conceived.
And you need a table that is expressed in common dates (in other words, that is “translated” in Gregorian dates), for the lunar year when the baby was conceived.
Just look how simple it is – all you have to do is to:
- Search mother’s birth date in the column at the left side of the table.
- Search baby’s conception date in the row at the top of the table.
- Identify the cell at the intersection of the row including mother’s birth date with the column including baby’s conception date – this cell contains the most likely gender of that baby.
Did you see how easy it is? Just follow the three steps above – A, B, C – and you’re done!
I think you can go through these steps in about two minutes, because the time intervals displayed in the left column and in the top row are ordered, so you can quickly discover the row and column which include the dates that you search: mother’s birth date and baby’s conception date. And, once you’ve discovered the row and the column, it’s a piece of cake to find out the cell where they intersect, isn’t it?
Explanation of each step
If you didn’t understand what you have to do exactly at each of the three steps above, here’s a clear explanation of them. In the next section of this article, you can read a concrete example of how to use the chinese gender calendar for predicting the fetal sex, so that you could see how easy it is to use this ancient gender prediction tool.
To be more precise, at the first step, you must look at the first column of the famous table, column which displays the Chinese lunar age of the pregnant woman, when she conceived her fetus. If the table is “Gregorian-translated”, in this column, corresponding to each lunar age, you should see the time interval (expressed in Gregorian dates) when the woman must have been born, in order to have the corresponding Chinese lunar age at the moment when she got pregnant with her fetus. Well, at this first step you must search, in this first column, the time interval which includes the birthdate of the pregnant woman.
At the second step, you have to look at the first row of the legendary chart, row which displays the Chinese lunar months (which differ from the Gregorian months – the ones used in the Western part of the world – when it comes to their duration and the dates when they begin and end) and which should be expressed in Western dates, for the lunar year when the fetus was conceived. In such a “Gregorian-translated” row, you should see, corresponding to each lunar month, the Gregorian dates when each lunar month begins and ends, in the lunar year when that woman got pregnant with that baby. So, at this second step, you must identify, in this first row, the time interval that includes the date when the pregnant woman conceived her fetus, whose gender you are trying to discover.
The third step is the quickest: you have to see where the row – on which you discovered, in the first column (the one at the left side of the table), the interval including the mother’s birth date – meets the column on which you identified, in the first row (the one at the top of the table), the interval including the conception date of the fetus. The table’s cell which lies at the intersection of this row with this column displays the most probable gender of that fetus.
Example of how to use the 2017 Chinese Gender Predictor
Here’s a quick example of how to use this legendary table as a gender prediction tool. In the next section of this post you will see how to use the same famous table as a gender predetermination tool. But now we will focus on how to use it for guessing whether a fetus – namely, an unborn baby, carried by a pregnant woman – is a boy or a girl.
Let’s consider a pregnant woman who is born in 1982, on November 23; and let’s say that she got pregnant in 2017, on September 25.
So, we know the two things that are needed for using this ancient gender prediction strategy:
- the birthdate of the pregnant woman – November 23, 1982;
- the conception date of the fetus – September 25, 2017.
We need now one more thing: the right table! To be more precise, we need a table that is expressed in common (Western, Gregorian) dates for the lunar year when the woman got pregnant with the baby.
We will use a Gregorian-translated table for 2017 – the Chinese Gender Predictor 2017 –, like the one below:
What should we do next? Follow the first step, obviously!
As step A indicates, we must look at the first column of the table for 2017 – the one which is displayed on the left side of the table – and discover the interval which contains the birthdate of the pregnant woman. The easiest way is to discover, firstly, the year when she was born: 1982. Since the years are displayed in sequence, we should find it pretty quickly.
You will notice that there are two intervals – one after the other – which display the year 1982: one corresponding to the lunar age 36 and one for the lunar age 37. Out of these two intervals, we choose the one which includes the mother’s birthdate, 23 November 1982: the interval for the lunar age 36.
So, at step A, we discovered the row for the lunar age 36. Let’s move on to the next step.
At step B, we look at the first row of the table for 2017 – the one displayed at the top of the table. In this row, we must discover the interval which contains the date when the woman got pregnant with her fetus: 25 September 2017. We first search the month – September; we discover it on two cells: the ones for the 7th and 8th lunar months. But 25 September is included in the interval for the 8th lunar month of 2017.
So, at step B, we discovered the 8th column – the one for the 8th lunar month. It’s time to go through the last step.
At step C, all we have to do is to follow the row for the lunar age 36 and to look at the eighth cell of this row: it’s a boy! You see the letter “B” displayed in that cell, don’t you?
Well, to put it more accurately, that fetus is most likely a boy – namely, it is more probable to be a boy than to be a girl. But we can’t be sure that it is a boy! Because the accuracy of this legendary strategy of gender prediction is well under 100% – more exactly, it seems that is is somewhere around 70%.
You can read many concrete examples and more details about how to use the famous table for gender prediction in other articles that I will post on this blog.
Use of Chinese Calendar 2017 for Gender PREDETERMINATION
Let’s see now how the famous table can be used to predetermine a baby’s gender – namely, how to conceive a boy or a girl in 2017.
For this purpose, we need to know three things:
- the preferred gender for the baby;
- the year when the woman intends to get pregnant;
- the birthdate of the future mother.
We also need a table that is Gregorian-translated for the desired year.
Let’s consider a woman who intends to get pregnant with a girl in the year 2017, and let’s say that the woman is born on April 24, 1985.
We have to look at the legendary table that is Gregorian-translated for the year 2017, and follow these three steps:
- Search woman’s birth date in the column at the left side of the table.
- On the row discovered at previous step, identify the cells marked with the desired gender (“B” for boy, or “G” for girl).
- Follow up the columns of the cells identified at previous step. The time intervals displayed at the top of these columns represent the periods when that woman has more chances to get pregnant with a baby of the preferred gender – obviously, if she makes love in those intervals.
We’ll use the same table presented in the image above. As you can see from the first row of the table, the Chinese lunar year for 2017 lasts from January 28, 2017, to February 15, 2018.
So, the woman from our example wants to conceive a girl in 2017, and she is born on April 24, 1985.
At the first step, it’s easier to search, first and foremost, the year when the woman is born: 1985. We see it is displayed on two rows: for the lunar ages 33 and 34. The date 24 April 1985 is included in the interval for the age 33.
So, at the second step, we look, in the Chinese Gender Predictor 2017, on the row corresponding to the lunar age 33 and identify the cells marked with “G” – she wants a girl, remember? The first cell has “G”, and also the cells on these columns: 4th, 5th, 7th, 9th and 12th (last cell on this row). I counted this columns ignoring the very first column, which contains the lunar ages and the corresponding Western intervals.
At the third (and last) step, we must read the intervals at the top of each column identified at previous step. For the first cell, we read the interval for the first lunar month: 28 Jan 2017 ~ 25 Feb 2017. The interval for the 4th lunar month is: 26 Apr 2017 ~ 25 May 2017. For the 5th lunar month we have: 26 May 2017 ~ 23 Jun 2017. The seventh lunar month lasts from 22 Aug 2017 to 19 Sep 2017; the interval for the 9th lunar month is 20 Oct 2017 ~ 17 Nov 2017. The last (12th) lunar month starts on 17 Jan 2018 and it ends on 15 Feb 2018.
So, if that woman makes love in any of the intervals mentioned above, she is more likely to get pregnant with a girl. But we can’t be sure that she will conceive a girl in those periods – she might get pregnant with a boy or not to get pregnant at all.