The New Astrological Sign
What if I were to tell you that everything we just discussed is pointless? Why would I say that? It is because NASA has recently announced the addition of a 13th zodiac sign. NASA claims that while the Babylonians created a zodiac calendar based on the moon with only 12 signs, they knew about a 13th sign, but kept it out so the zodiac calendar would better align with the 12-month calendar. That long lost zodiac sign is known as Ophiuchus. This creates a shift in all of the zodiac signs, which will be touched on later. This shift was all due to the Earth’s axis change mentioned previously.
Never fear my friends for most of the time, this 13th constellation is never mentioned and is still not widely adopted and used in zodiac charts. So if you are wondering if this new addition affects your sign, do not worry and stick to the one you have always used. Just for informational purposes, let us look at how this 13th zodiac sign would alter the traditional timeline.
Aries changes from March 21 to April 19 to April 18 to May 13. Taurus from April 20 to May 20 to May 13 to June 21. Gemini was May 21 to June 21 and is now June 21 to July 20. Cancer used to be June 21 to July 22 and is now July 20 to August 10.
Leo once was July 23 to August 22 and is now August 10 to September 16. Virgo went from August 23 to September 22 to September 16 to October 30.
Libra changed from September 23 to October 22 and is now October 30 to November 23. Scorpio moved from October 23 to November 21 to November 23 to November 29.
Sagittarius switched from November 22 to December 21 to December 17 to January 20. Capricorn was December 22 to January 19 and is now January 20 to February 16.
Aquarius alters from January 20 to February 18 to now February 16 to March 11, and lastly, Pisces goes from February 19 to March 20 to March 11 to April 18. The new zodiac, Ophiuchus, now covers November 29 to December 17.
Now that we know all we can about the zodiac signs, it is now time to discuss each in detail. In this article, we will be excluding the newest addition, Ophiuchus. Not only will we talk about each sign in detail, but we will also touch on the best paint color that fits your sign’s personality.