Has your Zodiac Sign Changed?

Just this past week, news has been spreading about the change in one’s zodiac. Astronomers are saying that due to the change in the earth’s alignment, the dates of the zodiac signs have changed. There is an argument being made that there is actually 13, instead of 12, constellations in the sky. This information has been known for a long time, but is debated about constantly. So even with the recent concerns about possible changes in zodiac signs, it should not influence you to change your identity, for it is your character, not your zodiac sign that makes up your life. The 13th addition to the zodiac signs is Ophiuchus. This is a constellation resembling a man wrestling a snake. So if you are curious about the new changes and what zodiac you are check these dates:

 Sagittarius: December 17 – January 20

Ophiuchus: November 29 – 17

Scorpio: November 23- November 29

Libra: October 30 – November 23

Virgo: September 16 – October 30

Leo: August 10 – September 16

Cancer: July 20 – August 10

Gemini: June 21 – July 20

Taurus: May 13 – June 21

Aries: April 18 – May 13

Pisces: March 11 – April 18

Capricorn: January 20 – Ferbruary 16

Aquarius: February 16 – March 11

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~ by Across the Universe on January 16, 2011.

3 Responses to “Has your Zodiac Sign Changed?”

  1. I find it interesting that this changed, but does it apply to those born before the alignment shift, or only after?

  2. Ahhhh so it does not affect me. I have been constantly hearing about this and how everyone is having a life crisis when there should be no worry. 🙂

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