Star signs changed by NASA after new one discovered

Star signs have been altered by NASA after a new one was discovered by astrologists, with a major shake up to the dates relating to the 12 zodiac signs we have grown to know

NASA’s zodiac signs were changed after a new zodiac sign was announced, which infuriated many people.

This author has personally changed from Aries to Pisces as a result of a change that is arguably the biggest shake-up for horoscopes in our lives.

NASA changed the zodiac signs after astrologers discovered a new sign, with significant shock up to the dates associated with the 12 zodiac signs that we already recognized.

But people were angry at the changes, and some saw their zodiac signs change after decades of getting used to them.

One BirminghamLive reader was indignant: “So apparently I’m no longer a Virgo but am a Leo?? What madness is this?! If I’m not an uptight perfectionist I don’t know who I am anymore”

NASA say there arent just 12 star signs

NASA say there aren’t just 12 star signs (Image: Getty Images/stock)

Another reacted with resilience, saying: “No, I’m still grateful to Capricorn, and why does one day end on the same day as the next? What is your birthday on this day? Do you have 2 zodiac signs or do you have a choice? ”

“No – I’m Gemini right through. Have they identified the characteristics of the new sign?” another asked.

“I remain a lion, thank you!” another answered.

“I will never be anything other than Aries. A new sign can make one! ” agreed another.

NASA confirmed that they discovered the 13th sign of the Zodiac after we all went through our lives, thinking that there were 12 of them, and are sure that we were.

But now everything has changed with the discovery of Ophiuchus, when a NASA spokesman said: “The line from the Earth through the Sun points to Virgo for 45 days, but it points to Scorpio only for seven days.

“In order to tidy up their 12-month calendar, the Babylonians ignored the fact that the sun actually moves through 13 constellations, not 12.”


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