Friday, January 14, 2011

New Zodiac Sign Dates Revealed

New Zodiac Sign Dates - Zodiac Signs Have Changed

January 13, 2011 11:40 AM EST
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The New Zodiac sign dates have been released. Astronomers have revealed that the Earth is in a different spot in relation to the Sun than it was 3,000 years ago. Meaning that now the zodiac signs are outdated. Looks like it's time for an update.
Of course, since the basic principals of which the zodiac signs are calculated have changed, the signs themselves have also changed. While it makes sense, some people are outraged by their change of sign. If you follow your horoscope, you'll most definitely need to know your new zodiac sign.
According to Fox News, you're sign probably isn't your sign anymore. No wonder our horoscopes are never right. The brand new zodiac sign dates are as follows.
Capricorns will now be people with birthdays from January 20th to February 16th. The Aquarius sign will now range from February 17th to March 11th. Pisces are now considered people born on March 12th  through April 18th. The Aries sign is now being reported at April 19th through the 13th of May.
People born from May 14th through June 21st are now under the Taurus sign. If your birthday is  June 22nd through July 20th you're now considered a Gemini. More Summer birthdays from July 20th to August 10th are now being called Cancer, and Leo's will be those born between August 11th and September 16th.
Heading into the Fall months Virgo's are now considered those of us born between September 16th and October 30th. Birthdays ranging from October 31st to November 23rd are now being called Libra's. Scorpio's are now being reported as being born between November 23rd and December 17th, and Sagittarius will now be December 18th through the 20th of January.
Did your sign change? Does it matter? To some, yes. To others, not so much. However, to those of us who don't like change, this will be bugging us for months to come. Will we ever trust our horoscopes again?
File:Libra constellation map.svg
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