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Todays Horoscope: Surprise! You Have a New Zodiac Sign.

Today's Horoscope: Your Astrological Sign Has Changed

Is our future written in the stars?

Astrologers have always determined your zodiac sign, and therefore your astrological forecast, based on the position of the planets at the moment you were born. According to astrological theory, studying the future movements of those planets can help determine your future. 

Today, news channels everywhere are reporting that  astronomers with the Minnesota Planetarium Society are telling us that the moon’s gravitational pull, over time, has created a change in the alignment of the planets that essentially results in a one-month bump in your astrological sign. So, if you’re an Aquarius?  You’re now a Capricorn.  Pisces?  Welcome to the age of Aquarius.

What does it mean?  Instead of being an assertive, independent, analytical thinker, you now have a sensitive, imaginative, intuitive mind? Rebecca over at Babble’s Being Pregnant  blog explains the whole thing in-depth, including some info on what some astrologers believe is the 13th astrological sign—ophiuchus.

So, what does the future hold?  We parents need to look no further than the little guys running around our households to figure that one out.  And here’s my prediction: The future looks bright. Why do I think this?  Because I’ve been watching and listening and reading posts from all of you parents on Babble for a while now.  And it gives me faith in our future.  Because you’re all are out there everyday, exerting the greatest influence over our collective future.  

Maybe that’s why many astrologers are already predicting that 2011 is going to be a very good year. 

Photo: morguefile, clarita

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