The new zodiac signs 2011 have thrown everyone off balance. With the new zodiac signs 2011, countless believers now fall under different symbols, much to their anger. As such, few are really embracing the revised system, especially since even astrologers aren’t pushing for it. However, for those select few that are embracing change, some of them are still in limbo. Although the new zodiac signs have changed many things, many people still may get to have two stars to choose from.
Under the old system, each believer has their birthday under one symbol. But depending on what list one looks at, they could have two under this changed format. In most accounts of this revised order, there are 13 dates shared between two stars.
With the new zodiac signs, Dec. 17, Jan. 20, Feb. 16, March 11, April 18, May 13, June 21, July 20, Aug. 10, Sept. 16, Oct. 30, Nov. 23 and Nov. 29 each fall under two systems. As if finding a new star isn’t confusing enough for some people, they now might be caught between two of them — although one of them is likely their old one.
Since there are now 13 symbols, it almost makes sense that some of them run together. However, an image on the Daily Mail suggests it isn’t the case, as readers may still have just one star. But the most widely reported list of the horoscope changes has shared dates.
Under the new zodiac signs, Sagittarius’ are still the same on Dec. 17, but now they have the traits of the new Ophiuchus as well. Afterward, those born on Jan. 20 are a Sagittarius and Capricorn, although they were an Aquarius before.
Feb. 16 is a day for Capricorns and Aquarius’, with March 11 split between Aquarius’ and Pisces. As for Pisces, they split April 18 with Aries, while Aries share May 13 with Taurus. A month later, Taurus has joint custody of June 21 with Gemini.
The second half of the new zodiac signs split July 20 between Gemini and Cancer, Aug. 10 between Cancer and Leo, then Sept. 16 with Leo and Virgo. To wrap it up, Oct. 30 is for Virgos and Libras, with Nov. 23 for Libras and Scorpios, Nov. 29 for Scorpios and Ophiuchus, and Dec. 17 — this author’s birthday — caught between Ophiuchus and Sagittarius.
There is still a lot to debate about this system, and whether it is legitimate or not. But in at least one interpretation of the new zodiac signs, believers could still subscribe to their old signs, while incorporating another one.
Huffington Post- “New Zodiac Sign Dates: Ophiuchus The 13th Sign?”
Daily Mail- “Horoscope change 2011”
Hub Pages- “The New and the Old Zodiac Dates and Signs”