I was born under the sun sign Aquarius, but today my sun sign is Aries.
The positions of the stars and constellations were different when the ancient astrologers set up their astrological systems long ago. We now know that people are affected not just by the sun, moon and 12 planets of the zodiac, but by much more, new discoveries made every day.
Most astrological systems have some merit but are also flawed. If you don't have good psychic abilities to interpret a person's chart, you are going to make mistakes in predictions about their future, or glimpses into their past (parallel) lives.
Currently in the news we find these two stories that discuss the precession of the equinoxes (the Earth's wobble)
Wobbly Earth Means Your Horoscope Is Wrong Live Science - January 13, 2011
Thanks to Earth's wobble, astrological signs are, well, bunk. (Or even more bunk than you might expect.) Astrological signs are determined by the position of the sun relative to certain constellations on a person's day of birth. The problem is, the positions were determined more than 2,000 years ago. Nowadays, the stars have shifted in the night sky so much that horoscope signs are nearly a month off. [Read: Why Your Horoscope for 2011 Is All Wrong]
New zodiac sign Ophiuchus: Why astrology is even sillier than we thought Christian Science Monitor - January 13, 2011
New zodiac sign Ophiuchus: Thanks to a wobble in the earth's axis, the astrological positions calculated some 2,000 years ago no longer apply. And even back then it was a big load of nonsense. Since this Ancient Roman zodiac unearthed in Qarat el-Muzawwaqa, Egypt, was created in the 1st or 2nd century AD, the astrology has only gotten more wrong, if that's even possible, thanks to Earth's precession.
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