Blue Or Pink? How To Use The Chinese Gender Chart
So mythical stories may not be your thing, but that doesn’t mean that some gender pregnancy practices don’t work at all. Some women chose to wait to know the sex until birth or until their baby showers but for others, finding out the sex of the baby is such a huge deal. Knowing the sex also allows you to plan a little when it comes to room decorating and knowing what to buy as far as the baby’s needs. But how can you find out the sex before your scheduled doctors visit two months from now? Well, many women have turned to the Chinese gender chart to help them find out the sex of their baby. The chart, according to its legend was an original manuscript that was buried in a royal tomb in China. This manuscript that was buried well over 700 years ago can now be found on display at the Beijing institute of Science and it is supposedly 93 percent accurate each time.
How To Use The Table
It’s really easy to use the table. You have to cross-reference your age (at conception) with your month of conception and the chart will tell you if you’re expecting a boy or a girl. So pick the month of conception on the left and use your finger to follow it along to your age and you will see a pink symbol or a blue symbol. You can google to find a chart or you can use WhatwillIhave.com because it combines the entertaining predictive features of many different baby calculators into one site. It’s a Chinese baby gender predictor, due date calculator, lunar age calculator and zodiac machine for moms-to-be.
The History Behind It
The Chinese Baby Gender Pregnancy Calendar Prediction Chart was published in Taiwanese newspapers in 1972. Since then, the Chinese Farmer’s Almanac publishes the Baby Gender Pregnancy Calendar Chart every year. It is said that the documents for the Ching () Dynasty’s Baby Gender Calendar Chart disappeared at the Emperor’s Summer Resort after the Ching Dynasty lost the battle with the Eight-Nation Alliance in 1900. The documents were then sent to Britain. After translating, since the original documents were written in the Manchu language, the King of Britain kept them as treasures. Later on, the documents appeared in Austria and a Chinese scholar saw them. He copied the contents, brought it back to China, and published them in the newspaper.
There are different stories circulating on the Internet about the Chinese Gender Pregnancy Chart. Some rumors say the chart was found in a tomb of loyal family of Ching Dynasty and was estimated around 700 hundred years old. Other rumors say the chart was found in the underground storage room of the Forbidden City of the Ching Dynasty. The chart was deduced from the theory of Yin Yang, Five Elements (Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth) and Pa Kua (Eight Trigrams). Rumors also say that the Baby Gender Prediction Chart had been studied by the Chinese Academy of Sciences Research Center.
Let us know…have you tried it and did it work for you?