A reformatted zodiac calendar and the big debut of the constellation Ophiuchus have astrology followers in a cosmic whirlwind trying to adjust to their new signs.
The general sentiment seems to be: "Um ... Ophiuchus?"
Here's some more info on it.
Ophiuchus includes those born between Nov. 29 and Dec. 17.
So don't panic just yet, children of Ophiuchus, you now share a sign with Britney Spears, Tyra Banks, John Kerry and Brad Pitt.
Better get to know the Greek god Asclepius.
Because there are some stories in Greek mythology that talk about the god of medicine and healing as being the source of the Ophiuchus constellation.
And you also better get to know the rod of Asclepius symbol.
Meaning that now is the time to go ahead and get that serpent entwined around a staff tattoo you've been mulling over.
It has actually been around for a while.
The ancient Babylonians, looking to limit the list to 12, decided roughly 2,000 years ago that nobody would mind if they just swept that last Zodiac sign under the carpet.
It hasn't really won people over just yet.
I will not refer to myself as an Ophiuchus. #IWillNot
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