You may have heard back in September, 2016 that NASA confirmed there was a 13th sign in the Zodiac, Ophiuchus. The Zodiac signs lie in the Ecliptic, the Sun's apparent annual path across the sky. There is a deviation called the "Precession of the Equinoxes" that shifts the vernal equinox one degree every 72 years. This occurs because the shape of the Earth is that of an oblate spheroid, and thus differential gravitational forces are generated close to the Equator. So just like a top wobbling as it spins, so does our planet wobble in relation to its axis.
In the 2nd century B.C. what was proposed by the Greeks and perfected by Claudius Ptolemy is what we call Western or Tropical Astrology. If you read pop horoscopes, or any pop astrology book, you are probably familiar with your Western sign. Well, get ready for a change because 80% of people's signs have changed due to the Precession of the Equinoxes.
Ptolemy divided his Charts into 12 equal sections of 30 degrees with 12 Zodiac constellations equally distributed around it when in fact the Sun travels through each constellation for a different amount of time. His system also completely omits Ophiuchus from the ecliptic.
Since ancient times, astronomy and astrology were integrated studies and astrology made predictions about the weather, crops, people's lives, and politics by interpreting the movement of the planets in the sky. Almost all astronomers were also astrologers. Only in 13 Sign Astrology do the positions of the planets coincide with their actual positions in the ecliptic which is a time true tradition dating back to ancient times.
When you get a 13 Sign Astrology reading, you can expect a much more precise interpretation that integrates ancient ideologies of the constellations as they really affect you.
Cost: $60 for a 60 minute session,
$75 for a Synastry Reading (two persons, person and pet)