Chinese Lunar Calendar
The Chinese Lunar Calendar to determine your baby's sex was taken from a 700 year old Royal Tomb near Peking, China. The original document is on display at China's Institute of Science. Many thousands of people believe that this calendar is 99% accurate. It's based on the month a baby is conceived not the birth month. The second factor is the mother's age at the time of conception adding 9 months to her age to adjust the calendar.
To use this calendar:
Take your age at the time of conception and add 9 months to it.
Locate that number on the left-hand column of the calendar.
Locate the month that your baby was conceived across the top of the calendar.
Follow the two coordinates to where they intersect. Blue for a boy, cream for a girl (no gender branding intended).
Click here to view the Chinese Lunar Calendar.