Chinese Lunar Calendar For Baby Gender Prediction
The Chinese Lunar Calendar AKA The Chinese Lunar Calender for baby gender prediction has been around for over 700 years. It was developed by Chinese scientists after years of research.
Some sources boast a 99% accuracy using it! While I'm not sure it can be that accurate, it's easy to implement in your quest to have a baby of the gender of your choice. You can also check it's accuracy for children you already have.
I sometimes think the ancients may have known more about some things than we do, even in this modern age of technological advancements. I include the Chinese Gender Calendar here for fun more than anything, and for entertainment purposes only.
The Chinese Calendar for Baby Gender Prediction is really pretty simple to use if you follow these simple instructions.
First off you need to find the month of conception using the Chinese Lunar Calendar and not the Gregorian Calendar used in the west. The Chinese Lunar Calendar uses the phases of the moon to come up with the months of the year. Also the day the New Year falls on varies from year to year, falling sometime between January 22 and February 22.
The Chinese believe life starts at conception instead of the birth date, (makes sense to me!) so add 9 months to anyone's age to figure their date of conception (not birth.) Also consider when New Years day was for the year in question. This will give you the person's month of conception, and you will find this month across the top column in the Chinese Lunar Calendar Baby Predictor.
Now, we must figure the mothers age at conception. Here again you add 9 months to the mothers age to find the month she was conceived. Also find out what date the Chinese New Year fell on that year to determine whether the mother is another year older or not.
This should give you the month of conception and the mothers age at conception and (hopefully) an accurate result from the Chinese Baby Gender Calendar.