I will explain you later in this article these two concepts.
These two unusual terms might scare you, but don’t worry, because I have good news for you: you can use the method of Chinese Pregnancy Calendar for Gender of Baby without knowing the meaning of these two temporal concepts, only if you use the Gregorian translated table that I will show you further in this article.The two special temporal elements, Chinese lunar age and month, appear in this sex selection method because this ancient astrological technique is based on the Chinese Conception Chart (aka the Chinese Gender Chart), that is based on the old Chinese Lunisolar Calendar, which differs from the common (Western, Gregorian) calendar, since it uses the Chinese lunar year.This ancient method’s purpose is to determine the time intervals during which a woman is more likely to get pregnant with a baby of a desired sex.In other words, in every moment of the determined intervals, that woman’s chances to conceive a child of the desired gender are bigger than her odds (at that moment) to conceive a baby of the unwanted gender, according to the Chinese calendar baby gender method.The baby Chinese calendar method of sex selection works just as simple as that.
The plain table that is used by this gender selection method is actually a very simple representation of a special chart called “Chinese Conception Chart” or “Chinese Gender Chart”, which reflects the map of sky at the moment when a child of the desired gender will be conceived; considering the main theme of this website and article, the plain and simple “conception-gender table” actually represents, according to the method of Chinese Calendar for Boy, the map of sky at the moment when that woman has most chances for conceiving a boy. the Chinese lunar age) are presented in the following section of this post.
For being able to use the gender selection technique of the Chinese calendar baby gender with the original table (i.e.
the Chinese one), you must know how to express the Chinese lunar months in terms of the Gregorian dates.
The manner by which this ancient astrological technique determines the “conception intervals” (the periods in which a woman has the biggest chances to conceive a child of the desired gender – in the case of this article’s subject, to conceive a boy) is very simple, easy and quick: the recommended “conception intervals” are simply read from a plain table (which has two different and equivalent versions: the original one, i.e.
the “Chinese lunar version”, and the Gregorian translated one), based on a special age of the woman (which, depending on the version of table being used, can be either the Chinese lunar age or the common age) at the moment of (the future) conception.
in America and Europe), which is called the Gregorian calendar.