New Astrological Signs
Recently, there were rumors spreading about a 13th zodiac sign that stirred up some controversies worldwide. The news had some effects on the accuracy and numerology charts. The whole story behind these changes is caused by a tilt in the earth’s axis. This is mainly the reason that astrologers and numerologists claimed that the sun goes through 13 constellations and not just through 12. The newly added zodiac sign is called Ophiuchus and is squeezed through the zodiac signs that we are all used and accustomed to. To make way for the new astrological signs, there have been slight changes and new proposals to make way for Ophiuchus. The serpent sign Ophiuchus is based from a constellation that is located around the celestial equator.
The new astrological signs would take effect on those who are born on November 30 up to December 17. There are some changes for some people that are attached to their signs. Normally, they would have some tattoos and jewelries to symbolize and represent their signs. It is also said that the new astrological signs would only be applied for those who are born after the year 2009. This would be bad news for those who are very dedicated and loyal to their horoscope signs. Ophiuchus is a serpent and is pictured as a serpent and a staff. If these new signs were applied generally, there would be some characteristics that would best describe you from your old sign. If you were born under the sign Taurus, you will now be under Aries. These new constellations and stuff are getting people’s attention. There are also some rumors that is even said to include a 14th
sign. The “new” sign that was included to the existing ones has actually been known as far as the times of Babylonia.