January 31, 2011

Who am I? Sagittarius or Ophiuchus?



Should I have an identity crisis?

Through the years I’ve existed on the Zodiac list as a Sagittarius, being born between November 23 and December 21. 

Sagittarius is represented by Chiron, a mythical being called a centaur:  half-man (an archer)and  half-horse. The Sagittarius motto is “It is better to know how to learn than to know.”

Some of the Sagittarian traits are:

  • Seeking knowledge and wisdom, never tiring of the quest for what is yet to come.
  • An outgoing and joyful mood, which can become more sullen if the Sagittarian feels their wings have been clipped.
  • Not losing hope, even in a restrictive situation, is an inspirational perspective that leads the Sagittarian to their greatest success
  • Glossing over problems or avoiding difficult situations*

 Well, that pretty much describes me! Or does it?

 The news this week is that I fall under a different sign.

 Parke Kunkle, a Minnesota Planetarium Society board member, claims that  the earth has tilted and realigned itself, relocating the sun into “a different constellation than it was 3,000 years ago” when astrology began and the twelve astrological signs were designated. Thus, many persons now fall under a different sign than they thought they did.

I’m one of those. Not only do I fall under a different sign, I fall under (more…)

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