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What is your New Zodiac Sign -
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What is your New Zodiac Sign?

Alignment the dates of many zodiac signs have changed, according to NBC. In addition, there may be a 13th Zodiac sign: Ophiuchus.
 

Kunkle says that as the Earth and Sun slowly move the signs gradually change, as expected.

The change didn?t happen over night either. The 12 signs were designated to different periods of the year almost 3,000 years ago, when astrology began, and since then the Earth?s position in relation to the sun has changed.

While the sign many people were born under may now be different, it shouldn?t affect horoscope readings, according to NBC.

See if your Zodiac sign has changed below.

The New Dates:




New Zodiac Sign Ophiuchus

The Caduceus [left] depicts two entwined snakes set upon a rod, and was the ancient symbol of Hermes, the Greek god of merchants. Today, it is a common and popular symbol of the medical and allied professions.

Asclepius (an ancient greek physician who was deified as the god of medicine) is traditionally depicted as a bearded man wearing a robe that leaves his chest uncovered and holding a staff with his sacred single serpent coiled around it symbolizing renewal of youth as the serpent casts off its skin. The single serpent staff also appears on a Sumerian vase of c. 2000 B.C. representing the healing god Ningishita, the prototype of the Greek Asklepios.

The probable medical origin of the single serpent around a rod: In ancient times infection by parasitic worms was common. The filarial worm Dracunculus medinensis aka "the fiery serpent", aka "the dragon of Medina" aka "the guinea worm" crawled around the victim's body, just under the skin. Physicians treated this infection by cutting a slit in the patient's skin, just in front of the worm's path. As the worm crawled out the cut, the physician carefully wound the pest around a stick until the entire animal had been removed. It is believed that because this type of infection was so common, physicians advertised their services by displaying a sign with the worm on a stick.

LIST OF KEY WORDS DESCRIBING THE SIGN OF OPHIUCHUS

Interpreter of dreams, vivid premonitions,
Attracts good luck and fruitful blessings,
Serpent holder, meaning gifted with vast amounts of wisdom, lofty ideals,
A seeker of peace and harmony,
Doctor of medicine or science, natural-pathic,
Adds, increases, joins, or gathers together
Poetical, inventive nature, expanding qualities,
Seeks higher education and wisdom,
Overseer, supervisor of work,
Fame - either grand, or completely misunderstood,
Longevity, aspirations of healing the ills of man,
Architect, builder, reaches for the stars, figuratively and literally,
Tax assessor, or levys taxes,
Astrological talents, intuitive,
Large family indicated, but apt to be separated from them when young,
The number twelve holds great significance,
Foresight and good fortune to benefit from hard times,
Has secret enemies in family or close associations,
Many jealous of this subject,
Notable father, apple of father's eye when young,
High position in life expected [depending on aspects] highest fame and legend comes after death
Feelings of grandeur, wise, a genius mentality,
Likes to wear clothing of vibrant colors, tartans and plaids in particular,
Receives the favor of those in authority.
 


Reference:
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Dated
2011-01-14



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