WHAT IS THE BUZZ ABOUT THE 13TH ZODIAC SIGN, OPHIUCHUS?
If you have just taken a sabbatical and started towards a path of profound interest in the world of zodiac signs, accordingly you might be well aware of the buzz surrounding Twitter with a rare word “Ophiuchus”. This word has emerged to be inferred as the “13th zodiac sign” in the recent news of horoscopes. This new buzz word has been creating a huge storm around the world of former existing zodiac signs. There are so many facets that we need to ruefully debunk.
THE CHANGE IN ZODIAC SIGNS
This tremendous change which is revolving back and forth your current zodiac signs are causing a lot of chaos. For instance, a person born from August 24th till September 22nd was known as Virgo. But things have changed ever since the 13th zodiac sign Ophiuchus came into existence. Now your zodiac sign will be termed as Virgo once you are born under September 16th till October 30th.
ARE YOU AN OPHIUCHUS?
To further this new club, the folk born under November 23rd till the December 21st was supposed to be SAGITTARIUS, but now you are Ophiuchus only. These new meanings have been definitely taken forward by blooming astrologers and further states that there is no such thing as that.
THEN WHERE DID THIS OPHIUCHUS COME FROM?
This very recent unhurried new E-star sign made its first appearance with a leading tabloid “The Sun”. It is evident that a 2016’s article in a depleted Nasa based blog indicates that your horoscope would majorly be incorrect. This questions the lack of accuracy in their research and findings.
Thus article has even dug deep stating that 3,000 and more several years ago, Babylonians have been known to make major mistakes in their 12 zodiac sign’s conceptions which was original, by mistake leaving behind Ophiuchus, in reference to the sun’s alignment for nearly eighteen days in a year.
It also indicates that several things have been drastically changed because of the shift focusing into the earth’s axis. So, this actually tells us that no planet emphasizes the face in a similar direction. It holds the dates against the zodiac signs accountable for these major changes found in dates.
OPHIUCHUS IS NOT IN THE NEWS FOR THE FIRST TIME
This latest discovery which has been taken the rounds around the recent 13th zodiac sign Ophiuchus has known to have grabbed attention several times over the past few years. These solid headlines came surfacing from the year 2011 to the year 2016 and also recently in 2019. Are you surprised enough? These implications rely on such stories which seem to be highly identical if you read.
NOW, WHAT EXACTLY IS OPHIUCHUS?
One of the most renowned astrologers had informed Yahoo Life on April 7th, 2020, which indicates that Ophiuchus refers to the constellation which has its location tucked in the central point of Milky Way’s northwest. This point is said to be around zodiac signs Sagittarius and Scorpio. This is said to be in the opposite direction of the constellation Orion. Because of the steering location, it can be obscured from the sight of the world.
THE BIZARRE INTERNET REACTIONS
The internet can be a crazy universe for curious conspiracy theorists and people who love to stay in suspicion of almost everything under the blanket. Once the headlines about zodiac signs and the recent change started surfacing Twitter, the internet was doused with controversies, hilarious memes, and outrage. The people even went to mock Nasa to an extent and blamed them for this alleged change. The Internet can be a wonderful place to explore during the lockdown.
The Twitter account used by the name john Krasinski stan wrote @misskayshak “NASA… stop trying to make Ophiuchus happen… it’s not going to happen”
While another user by the name Krispy wrote “Every damn year NASA tries to take my Scorpio status away from me. Stop trying to make Ophiuchus happen”
One user named Mongrel Adam even machined a Hashtag and updated his status saying “Me realizing I wasn’t a Sagittarius for the last 31yrs and was actually just a mouthy twat all this time with no-one to blame but myself #Ophiuchus.