The question may be an odd one but it has a lot of reality behind it. Did NASA just manage to change the star signs for up to 86% of humankind?
Most of humanity makes everyday decisions on the basis of common sense and a little bit of life experience not to mention a smattering of worldly wisdom.
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Yet there are people on earth who decide everything from what they will wear all the way to whom they will date based on such things as zodiac signs. Astrology is still alive and well thanks to certain vestigial insincts in mankind’s behavioral repertoire.
The latest news that NASA has rehauled the zodiacal signs means that the dates assigned to those signs have changed as well. Thus everyone will be getting a novel star sign! Say what?
NASA updated the star signs for the first time in 2000 years and what that essentially means is that a whopping 86% of individuals will be having a different sign from now onwards.
The reason being given for this change of circumstances is that the night sky presents quite a different scenario today from what it did many thousands of years ago. Back then it was – well – different.
Since the planet earth’s axis also doesn’t point in the same direction as it did such a long time ago, the astrological signs need to be rearranged. It is about time too. What this means is that the new table of zodiac signs will be something like this:
Capricorn: January 20th to February 16th
Aquarius: February 16th to March 11th
Pisces: March 11th to April 18th
Aries: April 18th to May 13th
Taurus: May 13th to June 21st
Gemini: June 21st to July 20th
Cancer: July 20th to August 10th
Leo: August 10th to September 16th
Virgo: September 16th to October 30th
Libra: October 30th to November 23rd
Scorpio: November 23rd to November 29th
Opiuchus: November 29th to December 17th
Sagittarius: December 17th to January 20th
What is Opiuchus? Well, it looks like NASA added a 13th star sign to fit into the conventional 12 signs. This may be seen by certain people as no big deal yet the fact of the matter is that it definitely is.
Since times immemorial, astrologers have purposely ignored this 13th star sign in order to fit the 12 other signs around the sun in a nice and regular manner.
Now however since Opiuchus is back in the mix, things seem to be headed for a big change or rather changes. NASA seems to be giving the message loud and clear by this series of changes that astrology is not astronomy.
Yet the fact remains that it is the mother science behind astronomy just like alchemy lies behind modern day chemistry.