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Are There Really New Zodiac Dates for Horoscope Signs?

Learn if there really are new zodiac dates that may change your horoscope sign from astrology expert Lawrence Greco in this Howcast video.

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My name is Lawrence Grecco. I live in New York City, and I'm a Life Coach and an Astrologer. I've been practicing Astrology for over 20 years. You can check out my website at zenrising.com. I'm here to talk to you today about Horoscopes. So, astrologers have always known that, over the past few thousand years, the Earth has shifted on its axis. As a result, the constellations, um, in the sky now are in different, uh, locations than they were thousands of years ago. However, Western astrology and the zodiac signs have never been based on the physical location of the constellations. they're based on the seasons. So, for example, every year, we start with the sign of Aries at the time of the spring equinox, which is usually on or around March 21st. Then, all 12 signs follow after Aries. Another example of how Western astrology is seasonally based and not based on location is if looking, if we look at the sign of Libra. So, every fall, on or around September 22nd, it is considered the autumn equinox. And, on that day, the length of daytime and night time are roughly equal, which really speaks to the sign of Libra because Libra is all about balance and equality and harmony. So, once again, Western astrology has never been based on the physical or literal location of the constellations in the sky. it's based on the seasons so, the zodiac signs and the dates, uh, under which they fall, have definitely not changed.

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