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  JANUARY 2019 Lunar Calendar  UT=GMT - universal international time
 
Chinese Auspicious Days in January, 2019 About  CHINESE CALENDAR  2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 26, 30

2019
January 1 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 25 lunar day
January 1 - Moon in the sign of Scorpio
January 1 - favorable time: until 22:30 GMT
January 1 - unfavorable time: from 22:30 GMT until the end of the day

January 2 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 26 lunar day
January 2 - the Moon in the sign of Sagittarius from 8:58 GMT
January 2 - unfavorable time: until 8:58 GMT

January 3 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 27 lunar day
January 3 - Moon in Sagittarius
January 3 - favorable time: from 13:00 GMT until the end of the day

January 4 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 28 lunar day
January 4 - The moon in the sign of Capricorn from 18:55 GMT
January 4 - favorable time: until 17:42 GMT
January 4 - adverse time: 17:42 - 18:55 GMT

January 5 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (waning moon), 29 lunar day
January 5 - The Moon in Capricorn

January 6 - New Moon and Solar eclipse at 1:28 GMT, 1/2 lunar day      New Moon
January 6 - The Moon in Capricorn

January 7 - I quarter (young moon), 3 lunar day
January 7 - Moon in the sign of Aquarius from 6:46 GMT
January 7 th favorable time: from 6:46 GMT until the end of the day
January 7 - adverse time: 6:20 - 6:46 GMT

January 8 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 4 lunar day
January 8 - Moon in the sign of Aquarius
January 8 - favorable time: all day

January 9 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 5 lunar day
January 9 - Moon in Pisces from 19:43 GMT
January 9 - favorable time: until 16:53 GMT, unfavorable time: 16:53 - 19:43 GMT

January 10 - the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 6 lunar day
January 10 - Moon in Pisces

January 11 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 7 lunar day
January 11 - Moon in Pisces
January 11 - favorable time: until 14:25 GMT
January 11 - unfavorable time: from 14:25 GMT until the end of the day

January 12 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 8 lunar day
January 12 - Moon in Aries sign from 8:18 GMT
January 12 - unfavorable time: before 8:18 GMT

January 13 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 9 lunar day
January 13 - The moon in Aries

January 14 - II quarter (young moon), 10 lunar day
January 14 - The moon in the sign of Taurus from 18:31 GMT
January 14 - adverse time: 15:55 - 18:31 GMT

January 15 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 11 lunar day
January 15 - Moon in Taurus
January 15 is a favorable time: all day

January 16 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 12 lunar day
January 16 - Moon in Taurus
January 16 - favorable time: until 18:35 GMT
January 16 - adverse time: from 18:35 GMT until the end of the day

January 17 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 13 lunar day
January 17 - Moon in the sign of Gemini from 1:00 GMT
January 17 - unfavorable time: until 1:00 GMT

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January 18 - the phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 14 lunar day
January 18 - The Moon in the sign of Gemini
January 18 is a favorable time: from 4:00 GMT until the end of the day

January 19 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 15 lunar day
January 19 - Moon in the sign of Cancer from 3:44 GMT
January 19 - favorable time: before 1:33 GMT
January 19 - adverse time: 1:33 - 3:44 GMT

January 20 - the phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 16 lunar day
January 20 - Moon in the sign of Cancer

January 21 - Full Moon and Lunar eclipse at 5:16 GMT, 17 lunar day      Full Moon
January 21 - the Moon in Leo sign from 3:55 GMT
January 21 - adverse time: 1:50 - 3:55 GMT

January 22 - III quarter (decreasing moon), 18 lunar day
January 22 - The Moon in Leo
January 22 - good time: all day
January 23 - phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 19 lunar day

January 23 - Moon in the sign of the Virgin from 3:22 GMT
January 23 - favorable time: until 1:20 GMT
January 23 - adverse time: 1:20 - 3:22 GMT

January 24 - phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 20 lunar day
January 24 - Moon in the sign of the Virgin
January 24 - favorable time: 9:00 - 13:50 GMT
January 24 - unfavorable time: from 13:50 GMT until the end of the day

January 25 - phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 21 lunar days
January 25 - Moon in the sign of Libra from 4:02 GMT
January 25 - adverse time: until 4:02 GMT

January 26 - phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 21 lunar days
January 26 - Moon in Libra

January 27 - phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 22 lunar day
January 27 - Moon in the sign of Scorpio from 7:30 GMT
January 27 - adverse time: 5:20 - 7:30 GMT

January 28 - IV quarter (decreasing moon), 23 lunar day
January 28 - Moon in the sign of Scorpio
January 28 - favorable time: until 22:40 GMT
January 28 - unfavorable time: from 22:40 GMT until the end of the day

January 29 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 24 lunar day
January 29 - The moon in the sign of Sagittarius from 14:33 GMT
January 29 - adverse time: until 14:33 GMT

January 30 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 25 lunar day
January 30 - Moon in Sagittarius

January 31 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 26 lunar day
January 31 - Moon in Sagittarius
January 31 - favorable time: 1:00 - 22:33 GMT
January 31 - adverse time: from 22:33 GMT until the end of the day

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  FABRUARY 2019 Lunar Calendar  UT=GMT - universal international time
 
 
Chinese Auspicious Days in Fabruary, 2019 About  CHINESE CALENDAR  2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 26, 30

February 1 - the phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 27 lunar day
February 1 - The moon in the sign of Capricorn from 00:47 GMT

February 2 - Moon phase: IV quarter (decreasing Moon), 28 lunar day
February 2 - Moon in Capricorn

February 3 - the phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 29 lunar day
February 3 - Moon in the sign of Aquarius from 13:03 GMT
February 3 - adverse time: 10:53 - 13:03 GMT

February 4 - New Moon at 21:03 GMT, 30 lunar day      New Moon
February 4 - Moon in the sign of Aquarius

February 5 - I quarter (young moon), 1/2 lunar day
February 5 - Moon in the sign of Aquarius
February 5 is a good time: all day

February 6 - the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 3 lunar day
February 6 - Moon in Pisces from 2:02 GMT
February 6 - adverse time: until 2:02 GMT

February 7 - the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 4 lunar day
February 7 - Moon in Pisces
February 7 - favorable time: 17:00 - 22:15 GMT
February 7 - adverse time: from 22:15 GMT until the end of the day

February 8 - the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 5 lunar day
February 8 - Moon in Aries sign from 14:34 GMT
February 8 - unfavorable time: until 14:34 GMT

February 9 - the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 6 lunar day
February 9 - Moon in Aries

February 10 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 7 lunar day
February 10 - Moon in Aries

February 11 - phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 8 lunar day
February 11 - Moon in Taurus from 1:28 GMT
February 11 - unfavorable time: before 1:28 GMT

February 12 - the day of the phase of the moon: I quarter (young moon), 9 lunar day
February 12 - Day Moon in Taurus
February 12 - the day is an unfavorable time: from 22:25 GMT until the end of the day

February 13 - II quarter (young Luna), 10 lunar day
February 13 - the day of the Moon in the sign of Gemini from 9:32 GMT
February 13 - adverse time: until 9:32 GMT

February 14 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 11 lunar day
February 14 - The Moon in the sign of Gemini

February 15 - the phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 12 lunar day
February 15 - The Moon in the Sign of Cancer from 14:03 GMT
February 15 - favorable time: until 12:50 GMT
February 15 - adverse time: 12:50 - 14:03 GMT

February 16 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 13 lunar day
February 16 - The Moon in the Sign of Cancer

February 17 - the phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 14 lunar day
February 17 - Moon in Leo from 15:21 GMT
February 17 - adverse time: 14:17 - 15:21 GMT

February 18 - phase of the moon: II quarter (young moon), 15 lunar day
February 18 - The Moon in Leo
February 18 - good time: all day

February 19 - Full Moon at 15:53 GMT, 16 lunar day      Full Moon
February 19 - Moon in the sign of the Virgin from 14:47 GMT
February 19 - favorable time: until 13:51 GMT
February 19 - adverse time: 13:51 - 14:47 GMT

February 20 - III quarter (decreasing moon), 17 lunar day
February 20 - Moon in the sign of the Virgin

February 21 - the phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 18 lunar day
February 21 - Moon in the sign of Libra from 14:17 GMT
February 21 - favorable time: before 1:52 GMT
February 21 - adverse time: 1:52 - 14:17 GMT

February 22 - Moon phase: III quarter (decreasing Moon), 19 lunar day
February 22 - Moon in Libra

February 23 - the phase of the moon: III quarter (decreasing moon), 20 lunar day
February 23 - Moon in the sign of Scorpio from 15:56 GMT
February 23 - adverse time: 15:10 - 15:56 GMT

February 24 - Moon Phase: III quarter (waning Moon), 20 lunar day
February 24 - Moon in the sign of Scorpio
February 24 -favorable time: from 4:00 GMT until the end of the day

February 25 - Moon phase: III quarter (decreasing Moon), 21 lunar days
February 25 - Moon in Sagittarius from 21:20 GMT
February 25 - favorable time: until 12:15 GMT
February 25 - adverse time: 12:15 - 21:20 GMT

February 26 - IV quarter (decreasing moon), 22 lunar day
February 26 - Moon in Sagittarius

February 27 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (waning moon), 23 lunar day
February 27 - Moon in Sagittarius

February 28 - phase of the moon: IV quarter (decreasing moon), 24 lunar day
February 28 - the Moon in the Capricorn sign from 6:48 GMT
February 28 - favorable time: 2:00 - 6:18 GMT
February 28 - adverse time: 6:18 - 6:48 GMT

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Lunar days, the phases of the moon in Fabruary 2019   -
 
  MARCH 2019 Lunar Calendar  UT=GMT - universal international time
 
 
Chinese Auspicious Days in March, 2019 About  CHINESE CALENDAR  
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  APRIL 2019 Lunar Calendar  UT=GMT - universal international time
 
Chinese Auspicious Days in April, 2019 About  CHINESE CALENDAR  
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Lunar days, the phases of the moon in April 2019   -
If the Sun in astrology represents our conscious will, determines the individual shape, the Moon is responsible for the emotions of the unconscious.
our instinctive reaction is the inner world of the individual. The moon is the part of our soul, which reacts before we have time to think and realize.
Notes to the lunar calendar
 

Lunar year, lunar month, lunar day
Use the lunar calendar by people began much earlier than the solar calendar. Since ancient times, people lived exactly in accordance with the lunar rhythms, they understood that the effect of the Moon on the Earth is not weaker and perhaps even stronger than the sun. In ancient Rome, after each new moon priests publicly reported beginning of the month, called the date of the lunar phases. Now we live on the solar calendar, in the rhythms of the sun, but the accounting data of the lunar calendar in our daily life is still relevant if we want to feel good about themselves and succeed.
Lunar Year. Earth year lasts 365 days, but it is - the length of the solar year. It was during this time, the Earth makes a complete revolution around the sun. If we lived in the lunar calendar, the year would have lasted 354.36 Earth days - this is the length of the lunar year.
A Lunar Day is the period it takes for the Earth's Moon to complete one full rotation on its axis with respect to the Sun. Equivalently, it is the time it takes the Moon to make one complete orbit around the Earth and come back to the same phase. It is marked from a new moon to the next new moon. Lunar day is longer than a sunny day. Lunar day lasts 24 hours 48 minutes - that is how much time passes from one moon rise to the next. Lunar Days - those that are described in the astrological traditions of the World - are quite different from the familiar calendar days. The First Lunar Day always begins at the moment of the New Moon. Each subsequent day begins at the moment of moon rise in the given location. This means that Lunar Days are location-specific: the moment of moon rise depends on the longitude and latitude of the location and so even if two cities are located in the same time zone (say, New York and Boston), there will be a more or less substantial difference between their Lunar Days.
By the way, scientists who study biological rhythms, found that the human biological clock (property of the brain that allows us to accurately feel the time and wake up at the right time without an alarm clock) “wound up” about 24,5-25 hours, that is more in tune with the rhythms of the moon than the sun. Maybe that's why many people always suffer from a lack of time? It says about them: “He is 24 hours in a day is not enough!” Or maybe they do not have this particular missing lunar hours?
The lunar month is shorter than our usual solar month. In the lunar month of 29.53 Earth days.
Moonlit night (Lunar twenty-four hours) - this time, which runs from sunrise to moon rise. Except for the first lunar day: they start at the time of the new moon, and it does not coincide with the moment of sunrise. End first lunar day, at the time of the next new moon after the rising of the moon. Therefore, the first lunar day can be very short.
Sometimes, in the lunar month of 29 lunar days, and sometimes - 30. Thirties lunar day can also be very short: they do not end with the nearest rising moon, and at the time of the new moon, which can happen between two lunar sunrise. The duration of all other lunar day is about the same.

 
 
Why does the Moon have phases?

At the new Moon phase, the Moon is so close to the Sun in the sky that none of the side facing Earth is illuminated (position 1 in illustration). In other words, the Moon is between Earth and Sun. At first quarter, the half-lit Moon is highest in the sky at sunset, then sets about six hours later (3). At full Moon, the Moon is behind Earth in space with respect to the Sun. As the Sun sets, the Moon rises with the side that faces Earth fully exposed to sunlight (5).
The Moon has phases because it orbits Earth, which causes the portion we see illuminated to change. The Moon takes 27.3 days to orbit Earth, but the lunar phase cycle (from new Moon to new Moon) is 29.5 days. The Moon spends the extra 2.2 days “catching up” because Earth travels about 45 million miles around the Sun during the time the Moon completes one orbit around Earth.
At the new Moon phase, the Moon is so close to the Sun in the sky that none of the side facing Earth is illuminated (position 1 in illustration). In other words, the Moon is between Earth and Sun. At first quarter, the half-lit Moon is highest in the sky at sunset, then sets about six hours later (3). At full Moon, the Moon is behind Earth in space with respect to the Sun. As the Sun sets, the Moon rises with the side that faces Earth fully exposed to sunlight (5).
You can create a mockup of the relationship between Sun, Earth, and Moon using a bright lamp, a basketball, and a baseball. Mark a spot on the basketball, which represents you as an observer on Earth, then play with various alignments of Earth and Moon in the light of your imaginary Sun.

Moon Phases
 
 

Critical points of the Moon

In the lunar month, there are four critical points - these are the days of precise phases. They are listed in the calendar.
These days, the moon and sun are at a critical angular distance from each other to form a tight, inharmonious or stress aspects. These are the days of turning points of the cycle.
Two main criticisms of the day - it's a new moon (distance 0 deg) and full moon (distance 180 deg.).
Two intermediate - is growing (in the first quarter) and falling (in the third quarter) squaring the Moon to the Sun. During the 1st and 3rd quarters of the moon is from the Sun at an angular distance of 90 degrees.

The first quarter of the lunar month there is usually 7-8 lunar day; the second - from 14 to 17 lunar day, the third quarter - at 22-23 and night. Fourth Quarter - is the end of one of the lunar month and the beginning of a new one.
Four critical points of the lunar month - according to statistics, during accidents and disasters, disease exacerbation. In these days of internal processes in the human body and psyche are unstable. Any business these days is experiencing a temporary crisis. Folk wisdom warns against making important decisions in the critical days of the moon.
Archetypal waxing Moon is associated with the manifestation in the material sphere, and falling Moon - with the growth of the spiritual. But there is a lunar month, and days that are best suited for the beginning of anything was new.

 

Why the moon looks like it is changing?
 

Moon and the psyche of man
The phases of the moon have a certain effect on the psychoemotional state of people, provoke outbreaks of aggression, somnambulism or insomnia. Scientists conducted a special study. The experts made appropriate conclusions on the results of a large research project, in which a huge amount of statistical data collected due to a large number of people was analyzed. It turned out that the Moon really affects human health and behavior, but it can cope with a mentally strong person. Ie, the Moon can only affect the behavior of the person predisposed to it. "We are talking about those who are pathologically susceptible to all kinds of suggestions, as well as in the whole emotionally unstable and infantile people. Here the moon actually acts very much even on them. On the rest - hardly ", - say the researchers.
Thus, if you feel that you are a mentally stable person, then you can not be afraid of the moon - it is not able to somehow affect your state of health.

 
 

What is a Gibbous Moon?
It’s when the Moon is more than half full, but not quite fully illuminated, when you look at it from the perspective of Earth. The reason the light changes has to do with how the Moon orbits the Earth.
The average distance between the Earth and the Moon is about 382,500 km (237,675 miles). As the Moon orbits our planet, the illumination of the Sun changes on its surface. The Moon takes about 29.5 days to go from a new moon to a full moon and then back again. This is called a “synodic period” or sometimes, a “synodic month.”
It’s slightly longer than the “sidereal period” or “sidereal month” (27.3 days) for the Moon to return to the same position relative to the stars. That’s because the Earth is moving at the same time along its orbit of the Sun, requiring the Moon to “catch up” to reach the same illumination, according to NASA.

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Did you know that the Moon is 27 million times smaller than the Sun?
The Moon is 374 times closer to Earth?
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What about the discrepancies in the counting of the age of the moon
(number of lunar day)
 
 

In different sources there are discrepancies in the calculation of the age of the moon. This is due to the fact that the movement of the moon is extremely uneven. Therefore, the accuracy of the formulas for the determination of the lunar day, such a formula Harvey is plus-minus one day.

Hence, the differences in the one day of our lunar calendar with some other calendars. What to do? Do not worry! Remember that the key is to know the phases of the moon and the position of the Moon in the sign of the Zodiac.
But do not forget, the calendar is advisory in nature. When making decisions rely more on themselves.

 
 

Features account lunar days

Looking at the moon, you will notice that the sight of her every day is changing - from a small crescent to the full disk. On the day of the new moon (the day before the new moon) the moon in the sky is not visible. It can be seen only by the middle or end of the next day. What is not generally representing a digit zero. So, take lunar days most naturally with zero: 0, 1, 2, 3 ...
(zero corresponds to the new moon day of the moon.) But lunar days thus counted are not always. The fact that zero invented much later lunar calendar, and ancient calendars account lunar days were with units 1, 2, 3, 4 ... (in some calendars, the system still preserved). It's the same thing to start with unit scale ruler - this line will always show more than 1 cm! Of course, it is very inconvenient. But in those early years there was no other choice - because zero was not yet invented. Later this difficulty was able to bypass the Tibetan lunar calendar: the day of the new moon it was seen as the 30th lunar day, the final month.

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Changing phases of the moon
by © Antonio Cidadao
 

A lunar calendar is a calendar up to expectation is based about cycles regarding the lunar phases. Because so are barely extra than twelve lunations (synodic months) within a photo voltaic year, the duration about 12 lunar months (354.37 days) is each so often referred in conformity with namely a lunar year.
A frequent simply the lunar calendar is the Islamic calendar or Hijri Qatari calendar. A feature regarding the Islamic calendar is to that amount a year is always 12 months, and the months are not attached along the seasons then go with the flow every solar year with the aid of 11 to 12 days. It comes again to the position it had of bracing in conformity with the photo voltaic year approximately each 33 Islamic years. It is used more often than not for religious purposes, however between Saudi Arabia it is the legitimate calendar. Other lunar calendars frequently consist of greater months delivered each so often in accordance with synchronizing such along the solar calendar.
The oldest acknowledged lunar calendar used to be discovered between Scotland; such dates again in conformity with around 8000 BC.

 
 
CHINESE CALENDAR
 

Dating back to the Chinese Xia Dynasty (21st Century BC - 17th Century BC) and Shang Dynasty (17th Century BC - 1046 BC), Chinese calendar refers to any of the official and civil calendars greatly used in China. In China, the official calendar (also the solar calendar) is the Gregorian calendar used for public and business affairs. For example, some Chinese public holidays including Chinese Labor Day, National Day, Women's Day, Children's Day, Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party, Army Day of the Chinese People's Liberation Army…are related to the Gregorian calendar. The civil calendar of China refers to the lunisolar calendar. It is widely used in Chinese people’s daily life. The lunar calendar has links with the four seasons, some traditional Chinese festivals, solar terms (a calendar of twenty-four periods and climate to govern agricultural arrangements in China), 'Five Elements' (metal, wood, water, fire and earth) as well as the Chinese Zodiac. You can easily find that many Chinese festivals such as the Spring Festival (Chinese New Year), Tomb-sweeping Day, Dragon Boat Festival and the Mid-Autumn Festival are calculated according to the Chinese lunar calendar. Also, the calendar is popular among the Chinese people for selecting some lucky days and hours for special occasions like wedding, engagement, funeral, residential relocation, traveling and more. It helps people to plan their schedule easily and at an early time.
Source: Your Chines Aastrology: Chinese Auspicious Days, Daily Chinese Horoscope, Feng Shui, 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs, Organs on Face & other

 
 
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