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Tibetan astrology (Tibetan: དཀར་རྩིས, Wylie: dkar rtsis) is a traditional discipline of the Tibetan peoples that has dialogued with both Chinese astrology and Indian astrology. Tibetan astrology is one of the 'Ten Sciences' (Wylie: rig-pa'i gnas bcu; Sanskrit: daśavidyā) in the enumeration honoured by this cultural tradition.
|Gregorian year||Tibetan year||Losar*||element and animal|
|2000||2127||February 5 – February 7||iron dragon (male)|
|2001||2128||January 24 – January 26||iron snake (female)|
|2002||2129||February 12 – February 14||water horse (male)|
|2003||2130||February 1 – February 3||water sheep (female)|
|2004||2131||January 22 – January 24||wood monkey (male)|
|2005||2132||February 9 – February 11*||wood bird (female)|
|2006||2133||January 30 – February 1||fire dog (male)|
|2007||2134||February 18 – February 20||fire pig (female)|
|2008||2135||February 8 – February 10||earth rat (male)|
|2009||2136||January 27 – January 29||earth ox (female)|
|2010||2137||February 12 - February 14||iron tiger (male)|
- * Note: The start date of Losar depends on what time zone one is in. For example, in 2005, Losar started on February 8 in U.S. time zones and February 9 in Asia time zones. Some people began celebrating Losar on February 9 in the US.
- 1. "Aspects of Turtle Divination"
- 2. "Hidden Points"
- 3. "Geomantic Aspects"
- 10. "The Thirty Computational Charts"
- 11. "The Thirteen Charts"