Astrology can be summed up as the belief that the alignment of our sun and various constellations in transit affects our lives on a fundamental level. This belief originated roughly 2000 years before the common era.
Now, astronomically speaking, a few millennia is chump change – but it does make a difference.
The stars are a database of information, from overcoming struggles, to forming healthy relationships, to improving your character, and so much more. This knowledge has been used since ancient times in various cultures, and now it has been passed to you.
NASA Updates Star Signs for the First Time in 2,000 Years
The stars have shifted due to the wobbling effect of the Earth caused by the sun and the moon over the last two to three thousand years. The sky is different than what the ancient astrologers viewed. Now, the constellations are off by about a month. Therefore 86% of people are living under the wrong horoscope.
Zodiac Signs Updated: The New Dates
- Capricorn: Jan. 20-Feb. 16.
- Aquarius: Feb. 16-March 11.
- Pisces: March 11-April 18.
- Aries: April 18-May 13.
- Taurus: May 13-June 21.
- Gemini: June 21-July 20.
- Cancer: July 20-Aug. 10.
- Leo: Aug. 10-Sept. 16.
- Virgo: Sept. 16-Oct. 30.
- Libra: Oct. 30-Nov. 23.
- Scorpio: Nov. 23-29.
- Ophiuchus: Nov. 29-Dec. 17.
- Sagittarius: Dec. 17-Jan. 20.
Check That List Again
This will blow your mind. There are thirteen zodiac signs!
Actually, that is not a new revelation. Ancient Babylonian astrologers discovered these thirteen constellations yet omitted Ophiuchus so the signs will be divided equally into twelve due to the 360-degree path of the sun.
It tells us one thing: government conspiracies are not a new phenomenon.
Ophiuchus: The 13th Sign
The Ophiuchus constellation features a man grasping a snake and is more commonly known as Serpentarius, the Serpent Holder. This sign has been adapted into many ancient cultures, but in essence, is the same being.
In Greek mythology, Ophiuchus is identified as being Asclepius the healer and son of Apollo. Asclepius held the power to resurrect the dead. An enraged Hades persuaded Zeus to assassinate Asclepius with a lightning bolt. In death, Asclepius was placed as a constellation in the stars. For the Sumerians, this figure was known as the god Enki.
The Egyptians recognize this sign to be a man named Imhotep who lived in Egypt around the 27th century BCE. In the Bible, these attributes belonged to the Hebrew man Joseph, son of the forefather Jacob. Imhotep is the Egyptian name for Joseph.
Virtues of Ophiucus
If you are born between November 29 through December 17, you are truly under the sign Ophiucus. These characteristics may define you better than Scorpio or Sagittarius.
- Seeker of peace and harmony
- Poetic, inventive
- Seeks higher education and wisdom
- Has secret enemies in family or close associations
- High achiever
- Likes to wear vibrant colors and plaid design.
- Receives favor from authority
- Attract good fortune for yourself and others
The New You: Tying it all Together
In this post you learned that the zodiac signs have all shifted forward. If you’ve ever wondered why many parts of your sign’s description don’t apply to you, this could explain that. I encourage you to take a look at your new sign; you’ll likely find it more fitting.
You have also learned about the new 13th sign Ophiuchus and what it means for those who fall under it. This new sign likely captures any stray characteristics that had not been covered by previous astrology theories. It may be difficult to adjust to your new constellation, but I advise you to research your new sign. You may be shocked at the accuracy of NASA’s new update. After all, it’s been written in the stars.
What do you make of all this? Do you feel your new astrological sign describes you better? Do you fall under the category of Ophiuchus?