posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 12:05 PM
The answer is NO, because at the time of your birth the sun was located in the sign you were given. Your astrological
is plotted based on the location of the planets at the time of your birth. And that
will never change regardless of the current planetary alignments. These were the influences that you were exposed to when your life was initiated.
At the same time is is a common misconception that your sign is tied to a constellation. There are two methods for calculating astrology
. The difference
between the Sidereal and Tropical Zodiac is that Tropical astrology (which is the common method for calculating horoscopes) believes that the zodiac
should be tied instead to the seasons and Sidereal astrology believes that the zodiac should be tied to the constellations themselves (which is not
the Zodiac which you maybe familiar).
While it is true that our calendars are tied to the seasons, the axis of the Earth changes constantly, this results in a distorting phenomenon known
as the Precession of the Equinoxes
. During this process the seasons will fully
travel around the calendar one full circle, at the same time the stars that are visible in the sky will change as the tilt of the Earth's axis points
us in a different direction. The Egyptians discovered it almost 30,000 years ago, so it is not a new.
It takes approximately 25,771.5 years for the axes of the Earth to go full circle. Each time that happens the seasons fully travel around the calendar
and and the constellations are brought back into alignment. This also results in the Earth being brought into a new age, (the Earth has a
The next age is called the Age of Aquarius
. For astrologers this is experienced as a sort of
death and rebirth of the world and human consciousness, for others it is the harbinger of Apocalypse. The only problem is nobody can agree on when
exactly that will occur. And the reason for the dispute is that nobody can agree when Egyptians first started tracking the constellations and
edit on 1/14/2011 by Choronzon because: (no reason given)