So according to astrologer Parke Kunkle, you've been re-tweeting the wrong astrological sign on Twitter this entire time.
Kunkle says,"those signs you were born into are different now because the Earth's wobble on its axis has created a one-month bump in the alignment of the stars."
So due to the current changes in Earth's alignment, the dates of the zodiac have shifted?
There has actually been a 13th sign added: Ophiuchus.
The constellation of Ophiuchus is the only sign linked to a real man, Imhotep, who lived in ancient Egypt around 27th century BCE.
You can find more about Ophiuchus and the traits of this new zodiac sign here.
But hold on, before you look into laser surgery to get that Libra tattoo removed from your lower back, one astrologer says Kunkle's finding doesn't really apply to us.
According to the astrologer behind @ZodiacLife, Ophiuchus would only apply to those born after 2009 because "There is no previous record of the Sun passing thru this sign until 2009." and NBC says not to worry because it still wouldn't change anyone's horoscope reading.
Personally, I wasn't going to take this new 13th sign into account anyway.
No offense Leslie, but there is no way I would be a Cancer.
Once a Leo, always a Leo. :)
Besides, with the recent discovery of Gucci Mane's soft-serve face tattoo, black people have already been through enough this week.
We don't need anymore confusion while calling out our zodiac sign in the club.
How do you even pronounce Ophiuchus anyway?